NEWS CENTER- 11 people lost their lives and 5 were injured in the armed attack on two chicha cafes in Hanau, Germany. The German police announced that the attacker was found dead, while the Bild newspaper wrote that most of the people who died were Kurdish.
In the city of Hanau in Hessen province of Germany, fire was opened by automatic weapons from a car to two separate chicha cafes. According to the statement made by the Southern Hessen Police Department, 11 people lost their lives and at least 5 were injured in the attacks that took place in two separate locations on the streets of Heumarkt and Kurt Schumacher.
After the attack, the German police raided a house. In a statement declared after the raid, it was announced that the suspect was found dead in his home.
BİLD: ATTACKER IS RADICAL RIGHT
On the other hand, the Bild newspaper wrote that the attacker was a radical right-wing German citizen. Bild also noted that most of those who died in the attacks were Kurdish.