In Germany, a man fired at a radio station and took hostages in a shopping center (photo)

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In Germany, a man fired at a radio station and took hostages in a shopping center (photo)

A 40-year-old German was detained and is suspected of killing his own mother the day before.

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December 10, a man was detained in the German city of Dresden, who committed an armed attack on the local radio station Radio Dresden and took hostages in a shopping center. The details of the incident are reported by the publication DW, referring to the police.

A man with a gun tried to get into the Radio Dresden building and shot at the front door, but did not manage to get inside, and the radio station employees hid in a safe place. Having failed, the criminal got into the car and drove to another district of Dresden, entered the Altmarktgalerie shopping center and broke into one of the premises of the DM cosmetics and hardware store, where he held people hostage at gunpoint.

There is a man in Germany fired at the radio station and took hostages in the shopping center (photo)

 In Germany, a man fired at a radio station and took hostages in a shopping center (photo)

People were evacuated from the shopping center and surrounding areas, the Christmas market was closed, and the police urged the population and tourists to leave the area. Soon, law enforcement officers detained the man, wounding him in the process, but none of the hostages was injured.

In October, it became known about the arson of a center for Ukrainian refugees in Germany. The building is located in the village of Gross-Stremkendorf on the shores of the Baltic Sea. The police are investigating the incident as a hate crime, suspecting the presence of political motives.

Recently, in the Rostov region, deserter Pavel Nikolenko wounded two policemen with a machine gun. Soon the man was detained, he turned out to be a member of the Wagner Group military formation. The Russian himself said that he lagged behind his colleagues and mistook the police for Ukrainians.