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Germany: Extremism & Counter-Extremism

On December 19, 2016, Tunisian-born Anis Amri plowed a truck into a crowd of people at a Christmas market in Berlin, killing 12 people and injuring …

Germany terrorism prosecution cases soar: report

A nearly four-fold increase in terrorism-related cases is stretching the manpower of federal prosecutors. So far this year nearly 900 terrorism cases …

Terrorism - Germany travel advice

Terrorists are very likely to try to carry out attacks in Germany. Attacks could be indiscriminate, including in public places visited by foreigners. …

Germany attacks: What is going on?

<b>After suffering a series of attacks in the summer, Germany has been in fear of further violence.</b><p>Those fears were realised on Monday, when a lorry ploughed into a Christmas market in Berlin, killing 12 people and injuring 48.<p>During one week in July, 10 people had been killed and dozens more injured …

Extremism

Victims’ families on 2016 attack: Germany failed us

Rami Elyakim, the husband of Dalia and who himself was wounded in the attack, was one of the authors of a letter taking Merkel to task for her …

Germany considers law change to allow police to spy on potential terrorists and criminals through car and house alarms

The German government is considering legal changes that would oblige operators of car and house alarm systems to help police and security services in …

Terrorism on the rise in Germany, prompting police to clamp down on extremists

The number of terror-related investigations opened by German police this year jumped from 250 to 1,000 the past year – a dramatic increase in a country still reeling from a string of deadly terrorism attacks.<p>During a recent broadcast on German television, Holger Munch, director of the Federal …