"I lost my friend in the Hanau attack. Where can I feel safe?" Henna thought it would be a regular night at his favorite shisha bar in Hanau. Instead, it turned into a traumatic experience as a gunman opened fire, killing one of his dear friends.
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US President Joe Biden called gun violence a "public health crisis" that costs the nation billions of dollars each year. Speaking at the White House, he said his administration was "absolutely determined to make change."
Prominent German officials, including President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, held a ceremony to commemorate the victims of a racist attack in the city of Hanau. The victims' families are still seeking closure and justice.
On February 19, 2020, a racist far-right extremist killed nine people in the city of Hanau. The relatives of the dead are still looking for answers. Could the attack have been prevented?
German leaders have gathered for a memorial service to honor the victims killed in a far-right attack two weeks ago. President Steinmeier said Germany must step up efforts to protect citizens' peace and security.
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