Chancellor says far-right protests in eastern city of Chemnitz ‘have no place in our country’

The German chancellor, Angela Merkel, has condemned far-right protesters for “hunting down” foreigners in street mobs following the killing of a German man, allegedly by a Syrian and an Iraqi.

The far-right movement Pegida called for a second day of demonstrations after about 800 people in the eastern city of Chemnitz rioted, forcing police to call in reinforcements.

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