Authorities in the German city of Munich have defended their lockdown of two railway stations on New Year's Eve. Residents were warned to be vigilant after intelligence received information that "IS" was planning a suicide attack.
A German court has charged a lawyer over €200,000 in expenses after it emerged that his client, a neo-Nazi terrorist bomb victim, never existed. But the lawyer claims he himself was duped. How could he not know?
Munich police have sent a man suspected of wounding eight people in a knife attack to a nearby hospital for a mental evaluation. The 33-year-old German national was caught following a three-hour manhunt.
Police in Cologne will hold a series of press conferences to present new technologies and strategies meant to prevent further sex mob attacks in public places following last year's mass-scale New Year's Eve assaults.
The trial of the NSU right-wing terror cell will soon reach its conclusion, after beginning more than four years ago. DW answers five key questions from one of Germany's most high-profile neo-Nazi cases.
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