dresden - A fire in an empty hotel in the German city of Dresden, which was intended for refugees, was the result of an attack. That said a police spokesman Tuesday. The fire broke out in the early hours of last Saturday.
Almost simultaneously, a fire broke out in temporary shelters in nearby Dippoldiswalde. Also who were seen as possible accommodation for refugees. Earlier, there were indications that this fire was deliberately lit. In both cases there are no injuries.
In East Germany previously planned shelters and shelters fired by members of extreme right-wing circles. In the region is much opposition to the arrival of refugees.