Dozens gathered in Wittenberg on Friday night following the death of an elderly man who was allegedly killed by a refugee last week.
Around 130 people held a vigil in front of the town’s church, which in turn hosted a commemoration service. Around 150 people paid their respects inside the church.
An 85-year-old pensioner was killed last weekend. His throat was slit while he was sleeping in his bed according to local reports.Germany: Kramp-Karrenbauer leads race to succeed Merkel