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High security threat from the German far-right, interior minister says

AFP
Published Feb 21, 2020, 4:33 pm IST
Updated Feb 21, 2020, 4:33 pm IST
The minister announced an "increased police presence" and "increased surveillance" after a gun-man killed nine people in a racist attack
German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer attends a press conference in Berlin, after the deadly mass shooting born of racist motives in Hanau. AFP Photo
 German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer attends a press conference in Berlin, after the deadly mass shooting born of racist motives in Hanau. AFP Photo

Berlin: German interior minister Horst Seehofer said Friday that the police presence would be increased across the country to counter the "very high" security threat from the far-right, after a gunman killed nine people in a racist attack late Wednesday.

红包扫雷下载即送"the security threat from right-wing extremism, anti-semitism and racism is very high," seehofer said at a press conference in berlin.

 

he also announced an "increased police presence" and "increased surveillance" at mosques, train stations, airports and borders.

right-wing extremism, seehofer said, was the "biggest security threat facing germany", and one which had left "a trail of blood" behind it in recent months.

红包扫雷下载即送germany has already taken several measures to combat right-wing extremism after a string of violent incidents over the last year.

last june, pro-migrant politician walter luebcke was murdered, while october brought an attack on a synagogue in the eastern city of halle.

suspects in both cases have ties to the far-right scene.

红包扫雷下载即送seehofer said he was not calling for more police officers or further laws, but rather "a greater use of the options already available to us".

sitting to his right, justice minister christine lambrecht said the government would examine in detail how firearms could end up in the hands of "extremists".

yet both seehofer and justice minister christine lambrecht underlined the difficulty of detecting attackers who act alone, as the key suspect in the hanau shootings appeared to have done.

红包扫雷下载即送"despite all our efforts, we cannot completely rule out such terrible crimes," said seehofer.

federal police chief holger muench, meanwhile, warned that "around half" of those who carry out such attacks were previously unknown to the authorities.

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