BBC News wrote:An explosion in the German city of Ansbach, near Nuremberg, has killed a suspected bomber and injured 12 other people, three seriously, police say.
They said a man - "according to our current knowledge the perpetrator" - had died in the blast.
The intended target was not clear but about 2,000 people have been evacuated from a nearby open-air music festival, the Bavarian interior ministry said.
It is third attack in the state of Bavaria in the past week.
A shooting rampage in Munich on Friday left nine dead while an axe attack on a train a week ago in Wuerzburg injured several people.
The explosion happened shortly after 22:00 (20:00 GMT) in, or close to, a wine bar that was near the entrance to the music festival, German media reported.
What's the deal with all the terrorist attacks? That makes four in what, a week and a half?
And what's the deal with the last three being so.. strange. I mean, neither this nor the train attack actually killed anyone that wasn't the terrorist themselves, and the Munich shooting only (and I use "only" comparatively) killed 9, which for a shopping mall shooting is luckily really low.
It just seems like three attacks in the same place within a week that comparatively did very little damage makes no sense. I mean, why wouldn't organized terrorist organizations encourage supporters to target important national infrastructure (there's a UK port with worryingly lacking security [6 guards total] that, if damaged, would halt operations and cut 90% of UK trade), or national monuments? - something that would have a lasting economic or emotional effect? Terrorist attacks are so common these days that, outside of the city they take place in, they're forgotten within a week.
Look at this chart, check for yourself how many of the last 15 European terrorist attacks you can recall and describe simply by their date and location:
Now try it with the dead/injured tolls added:
Now try it with the means and perpetrators added:
I don't know, it just seems to me like.. they're not very good at being terrorists. That might be a controversial opinion, but fact is the whole point of terrorism is to instill lasting fear. Clearly that's not worked, because I couldn't even recall the one here in the UK until I opened the description box.