People take part in a march organised by the right-wing populist "Pro Chemnitz" movement, the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party and the anti-Islam Pegida movement, Sept. 7, 2018. (AFP/John Macdougall)
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More than 1,000 far-right supporters rallied Friday night over the fatal stabbing of a man in the eastern German city of Chemnitz, for which two recent migrants have been arrested and charged with manslaughter.Merkel added that she was working with Seehofer to solve those problems.When asked about Maassen's comments, Seibert said the spy chief did not speak with Merkel before the Bild interview and that he had nothing to add to his own remarks about the Chemnitz protests.Merkel has said images from the demonstration immediately after the killing "very clearly" showed hate. Authorities in Chemnitz reported that several foreigners had been injured in the protests following the killing.
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