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Stars and Stripes' coverage of the Frankfurt airport shooting

By STARS AND STRIPES Published: November 14, 2011

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.

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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.

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