Germany unveils its new anti-terror cops in the wake of spreading Islamism and Merkel’s open-door migrant policy

Hamburg has spent £3.9 million equipping its anti terror officers with new equipment over fears of jihadi-style attacks.

Officers from the BFE arrest unit displayed their new Haenel assault rifles and heavy-duty ballistic protection helmets and body armour at a special press conference in the city.

The city has also purchased the Survivor 1 armoured personnel carrier for anti-terror police operations.