Berlin (dpa) - German authorities suspected arson in two blazes that damaged shelters planned for refugees in northern and south-western Germany on Sunday. A multi-family house planned to house refugees was set on fire in the coastal city Rostock on Sunday, police said. A 2-metre-square section of the building's attic was burned, and state
Two cars belonging to members of pro-refugee initiatives were also set on fire in north-eastern Neuhardenberg on Saturday. Both vehicles were completely burned out, and a nearby van was also damaged.