The world’s security agencies are trying to lock down the world’s most valuable assets, such as steel doors, after a deadly terrorist attack in Germany.
The attacks took place on the day of the anniversary of the Nazi occupation of the country.
The attack took place at the main train station, and it took place after a mass brawl erupted on the platform, in which a man in a car opened fire, killing eight people and injuring dozens.
The perpetrator was shot dead by police.
The police and security services are currently locked down in Berlin.
On Thursday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the country’s national guard would be deployed in Berlin for three days, in an attempt to ensure security.
The interior minister also said that the interior minister would meet the head of the German Federal Police, and the German Interior Minister, on Friday.
Germany’s foreign minister has warned of the risk of attacks, and Berlin’s deputy mayor for security, Joachim Herrmann, has warned that the government was preparing to put on a “police state”.
German Chancellor Merkel has announced a “surge in security” in Berlin’s central district.
A “surveillance grid” will be built in the area, where CCTV cameras will record people’s movements.
In addition, the city will install security cameras on streets in the city centre.
“We are doing this to prevent attacks,” Herrman said.
“It’s not going to happen tomorrow, but we’re not going in a panic, we’re taking precautions.”
A German police officer and security guard walks past a fence that is being built in front of a store in central Berlin.
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The explosion happened just before 11:30 a.m. local time, shortly after a white van struck pedestrians in the East Village and struck an elevator in the Bronx.
Authorities say the van was trying to enter the subway system, but that it didn’t explode, and no one was injured.
Officials say it was the latest in a series of attacks that have shaken the city in recent months.
The New York Police Department (NYPD) has activated two “bomb squads” to investigate the blast.
“The NYPD has dispatched a bomb unit and has begun investigating an explosion at a New York subway station,” a spokesman for the department said in a statement.
“An investigation is underway and the NYPD is working to determine the source of the explosion and determine whether there was a terrorist connection.”
Reuters 4/10 London: Tube strike and closure: Thousands of passengers stranded after Tube strike The Tube was closed in the south of England and London Tube stations on Thursday after a series