Bavaria calls for extra police and illegal alien invader crackdown after attacks by Muslims

Authorities in Bavaria have pledged to increase controls on migrants and recruit thousands of extra police in a package of security measures following a string of attacks.

After a week in which the south German state was the setting for an axe attack on a train, a mass shooting and a suicide bombing, the minister president of Bavaria, Horst Seehofer, said it was “finally time to address people’s fears”.

“People are scared, completely understandably, and right now they need a credible answer from politicians,” he said.