The Wall Street Journal: Criticism mounts for Merkel as manhunt continues after Berlin attack

The search for at least one perpetrator behind Germany’s deadliest terror attack in decades entered a third day Wednesday, as Chancellor Angela Merkel faced mounting criticism from her own party over her open-door refugee policy and lax security.

The deputy chairman of Germany’s police union, Joerg Radek, told German radio that officers were looking for one or more perpetrators, two days after a truck was driven through a crowded Christmas market in Berlin, killing 12 people and injuring dozens, with 14 people still in critical condition.

With no further information regarding new suspects, and a day after police said they had been holding the wrong man as their suspect, German officials sought to reassure the public.

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