In the days following the attacks on Paris, Berlin's French community attempts to take solace in the solidarity of the German population. While the French think about the root causes of the attacks, how are the people of Germany reacting?
Paris, Brussels, Berlin, Manchester and now another attack in Barcelona. European cities have been increasingly targeted by Islamist extremists in recent years.
Messages of solidarity poured in after a van drove into crowds on Las Ramblas, Barcelona's popular pedestrian street. Leaders condemned the terror attack that killed at least 13 and injured more than 100.
French authorities have shot and detained a man suspected of slamming his car into a group of soldiers in a Paris suburb, injuring six. The suspect was driving the same car he is thought to have used in the attack.
Masoud Aqil was an Islamic State prisoner in Syria. After fleeing to Germany, the Kurdish journalist realized that IS terrorists were also in Europe, and he began to track them. Frank Hofmann has this exclusive for DW.
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