Violence in Chemnitz: A timeline of events A fatal stabbing, calls for far-right protests and counter protests, clashes in the streets: How could events unfolding in the eastern German city of Chemnitz get so out of hand? Deutsche Welle chronicles what happened. What started the unrest? Late on the evening of Saturday, August 25, a group of men got into an argument. The details are not yet entirely clear, but one of them did pull out a knife. Three people were injured; one of them died in hospital. The story quickly spread online, with a particular focus on the nationalities of the men involved. The 35-year-old who was stabbed to death, Daniel H., was German. A 23-year-old Syrian and a 22-year-old Iraqi man were suspected of having killed him. The eastern German city has been recovering after being the scene of a far-right demonstration and violence. Read all about it here: https://www.dw.com/en/violence-in-chemnitz-a-timeline-of-events/a-45262531 ------ It is obvious, the cup of refugee resentment is full, actually it runnests over! I have been reading in a German forum... the issue is not yet resolved, but so far it's just talk. Merkel, of course, condemns the protests. I bet she is shaking on her throne.