Germany: 'Complete security impossible' with lone wolf attacks

A man drove a van into a crowd in the western German city of Muenster, killing two people before shooting himself dead.

    Police in Germany say they do not know why a man drove a van into a crowd in the city of Muenster which killed two people.

    There has been a heightened sense of security in Europe, after similar vehicle attacks in the UK, France and Sweden.

    German officials say complete security is not possible with lone wolf attacks.

    Al Jazeera's Dominic Kane reports from Muenster.


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