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> I swear this operation will be by an explosive device. Next time there will be no device or belts, but there will be car bombs. A chilling video message from Mohammad Daleel, swearing allegiance to Islamic State. The suicide bomber injured 15 people as he killed himself on Sunday.
Ansbach still trying to come to terms with what's happened, a process repeated across the country after at least four deadly attacks in one week. A spate of violence that's rattled Germany, according to Reuters' Paul Carrel in Berlin.>> Some people are very concerned, yes, especially for their children.
Others are putting a brave face on it and saying we can't let these attackers change the way we go about our lives. But I think it is a brave face and it's fair to say that there has been an increase in the general levels of angst.>> Chancellor Angela Merkel's Open Door Policy now under the microscope as Germans wonder why it's become the target.
>> A year ago, Merkel said wir schaffen das, we can do this, and we saw the welcoming culture here in Germany with people at railway stations welcoming refugees. Now they are looking to the government and the security services to do more.>> More than a million migrants were welcomed in Germany last year, many from Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq.
The various state ministers saying they're now paying for that generosity, and calling for greater security. The fatal shooting of a doctor at a Berlin Hospital, the latest incident making headlines. No links to Islamic State, but none needed to keep Germany on edge.