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VIENNA — A man apparently distraught about personal issues drove his SUV into a crowd in Austria’s second-largest city Saturday, killing a 4-year-old and two adults, officials said. Police in the city of Graz said 34 others were injured, with six victims, including two children, in serious condition. The man is undergoing psychiatric tests. (AP)


Anti-Islam rally draws thousands

BRATISLAVA — Thousands of people rallied Saturday in Bratislava against what they call an “Islamization of Europe” and to oppose a European Union plan for member states to share the burden of hosting a surge of asylum-seekers. Police said some 300 protesters attacked spectators of a cycle race and clashed with police. (AP)



Roadside bomb kills 12 in family

KANDAHAR — An Afghan family returning home after fleeing a possible military operation struck a roadside bomb Saturday in the country’s south, killing at least 12 of them and wounding eight, authorities said. The blast struck the family’s van in Helmand province’s Marjah district. (AP)


Toxic liquor deaths reported to hit 84

NEW DELHI — At least 84 people have died after drinking toxic liquor in a Mumbai-area slum, the police said Saturday, as the toll continued to rise in the worst episode of its kind in more than a decade. At least 36 people were hospitalized, a senior Mumbai police official said , and the death toll will probably rise. (New York Times)


Car bomb explodes at Shi’ite mosque

SANA — An Islamic State-claimed car bomb exploded outside a mosque in Yemen’s capital Saturday, killing at least two people and wounding six amid the country’s raging civil war, authorities said. The bomb targeted the Qabat al-Mahdi mosque, where Shi’ite rebels known as Houthis and others pray, security officials said. (AP)