China’s national flag is seen in front of the Chinese embassy in Berlin. No one was injured in the arson attack on the building last week. Photo: Shutterstock China’s national flag is seen in front of the Chinese embassy in Berlin. No one was injured in the arson attack on the building last week. Photo: Shutterstock
China’s national flag is seen in front of the Chinese embassy in Berlin. No one was injured in the arson attack on the building last week. Photo: Shutterstock
Germany

Chinese man detained in Berlin for hurling Molotov cocktails at embassy

  • The suspect is believed to have launched the arson attack in ‘protest against the Chinese government’s policy towards minorities’
  • The Chinese citizen, 42, was arrested last week after security guards saw him throw flaming devices at the embassy building

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China’s national flag is seen in front of the Chinese embassy in Berlin. No one was injured in the arson attack on the building last week. Photo: Shutterstock China’s national flag is seen in front of the Chinese embassy in Berlin. No one was injured in the arson attack on the building last week. Photo: Shutterstock
China’s national flag is seen in front of the Chinese embassy in Berlin. No one was injured in the arson attack on the building last week. Photo: Shutterstock
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