As Germany debates security and terror, politicians are queuing up to praise the police. @NalanSipar thinks that this talk is cheap, and that the politicians are being hypocrites.
The opposition SPD has demanded answers from city police and state officials over two far-right marches that took place unhindered by authorities. Police blamed city authorities for allowing the rallies to take place.
Clashes broke out earlier this month when police tried to force out activists who have been occupying the forest as part of a protest against coal mining. Activists say there's more at stake than just the Hambach Forest.
A 26-year-old inmate suffered serious burns after a fire broke out in his cell at a prison in the western German town of Kleve. Although the cause of the fire is still unknown, the head of the prison ruled out suicide.
Thousands of people in Essen have taken to the streets to protest against neo-Nazi violence. The march is the latest in a series of anti-racism rallies following violent anti-immigrant protests in Chemnitz.
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