Angela Merkel admits mistakes in the 2016 Christmas market attack

Families of victims of the 2016 ramming attack on a Christmas market in Berlin have been critical of the chancellor's response and have concerns about Germany's security situation.


    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has admitted mistakes were made - both before and after last year's attack on a Christmas market in Berlin.

    Speaking on the anniversary of the truck attack that killed 11 people - she said both security and victim support were lacking.

    But relatives of the victims still feel Merkel should be doing more.

    Al Jazeera's Dominic Kane reports from Berlin.


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