Attacker at a synagogue in Germany was streaming

The terrorist was well-armed and drove around the city in a car. The full recording lasts 35 minutes.
The terrorist who attacked a synagogue and a diner in Germany was broadcasting his actions live.

A shaven man began the broadcast with anti-Semitic remarks. He then headed to Halle, where he threw grenades at a Jewish cemetery and killed one person, right during the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur. Then he went to the Turkish diner, where he shot several and arranged a shootout with the police. The terrorist was well-armed and drove around the city in a car.

The full recording lasts 35 minutes, in the end, the killer got rid of his phone and threw it to the side of the road. Now the assailant has been detained.

It should be noted that in the spring there was a shooting in two mosques in New Zealand. The shooting killed 50 people and wounded as many others. The shooter was broadcasting the attack online on Facebook.

The attackers also planted an improvised explosive device in front of the synagogue in Halle. This is reported by the agency DPA citing sources in the security forces. The criminals tried to enter the synagogue.

Earlier, German media reported three shooting attacks in a day. After the shooting outside the synagogue in Halle, unknown gunmen fired at a Turkish dinner.