Unknowns tried to set fire to the Bundestag
Unknown people poured fuel on the chipboard at night, which replaced one of the windows in the building. 50 firefighters came to extinguish a fire.
In Berlin, unknown persons tried to set fire at night in the Bundestag building. It is reported by Berliner Morgenpost on Monday, June 29.
“On Monday night, an attempt was made to set fire to the Reichstag building,” the publication said.
Around 0:30, unknown persons poured flammable liquid onto the particleboard, which replaced the window on the east side of the building, and set it on fire.
The extinguishing operation was completed in half an hour. Since the building is under special protection, 50 firefighters were called.
Berlin police quickly arrived at the scene, but the criminals managed to escape. It is not yet clear whether their cameras were fixed. The federal police are investigating the incident.
Recall that earlier in the United States a church was burned due to services during a pandemic. Pentecostal church arsonists left nearby graffiti buildings dedicated to the “hypocrites.”
It was also reported that in Russia during the riot in the colony, prisoners set fire. In colony No. 15 near Angarsk, convicts set fire to several buildings on the territory of the penitentiary during the riots.
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