Stars and Stripes' stories about the March, 2011 shooting at the Frankfurt airport in which two U.S. airmen died, and the subsequent trial and conviction of Arid Uka.
Oct. 16, 2012
The German Federal High Court has rejected an appeal by the Kosovo-born former airport worker who last year gunned down two U.S. Air Force airmen and injured two others, according to his lawyer.
Uka gets life in prison for attack on US airmen at Frankfort airport
Attorneys on both sides discount reporter’s testimony in airport shooting trial
Frankfurt airport shooting suspect Uka denies terrorist training
Prosecutor: Uka turned bus into ‘deadly tunnel’
Uka's lawyers to focus on his youth, impact of video games
Suspect in Frankfurt Airport shootings described as quiet, not violent
Uka criminally responsible in shooting of airmen, key witness says
Airport shooting trial reveals vital role motive plays in German courts
Airman describes shooting at Frankfurt airport
U.S. airman testifies Frankfurt shooter had 'hate' in his eyes
Slain airman’s father wants U.S. trial for Frankfurt shooter
Gun evidence examined in Frankfurt shooter trial
German trial system differs from U.S., as in case of suspect in killing of U.S. airmen
U.S. airmen dismiss Uka's confession, apology
Prosecutor: Gunman targeted airmen because of Afghanistan
Blue buses parked after Frankfurt shootings
Army recommends security changes after Frankfurt airport shooting
Germany files murder charges against Albanian in shooting of U.S. airmen
Survivors of Frankfurt airport shooting return to RAF Lakenheath
Did airmen present an easy target at Frankfurt airport?
Two U.S. airmen killed, two wounded in German airport shooting