Two years after a far-right terror attack in the German town of Hanau, migrant communities are still living in fear and anxiety, eyewitnesses told Anadolu Agency.
On the night of Feb. 19, 2020, Ozkan Rutbil saw extremist Tobias Rathjen shooting at people he targeted as foreign-looking.
The 43-year-old assailant attacked two cafes in Hanau, killing nine young people and injuring five others.
All the victims had migrant backgrounds.
Before the attack, Rathjen posted videos on the internet detailing his xenophobic views.
Afterward, he killed his mother and himself.
Rutbil said community members and survivors are still struggling to cope with the trauma of the attack.