Anger at migrant crime, politicians simmers in German city

  • Police officers secure right wing demonstrators during a far-right demonstration in Chemnitz, Germany, Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018 after a man has died and two others were injured in an altercation between several people of “various nationalities” in the eastern German city of Chemnitz last Sunday. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)

CHEMNITZ, Germany (AP) — Anger over the suspected killing of a man by two refugees has sparked days of protests in this eastern German city, raising fresh concerns about the anti-migrant sentiment that has shaken up the country’s political system and seen the rise of a far-right party for the first time in decades.