German Interior minister Horst Seehofer visits crime scene in Hanau
German Interior minister Horst Seehofer visits the crime scene in Hanau where a shooter with suspected far-right beliefs killed nine people at a shisha bar and a cafe. Reports say "several victims of Kurdish origin" were among the victims.
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