Via the Daily Telegraph:
Germany has pledged to compensate families of victims of neo-Nazi killings and hold a memorial service, moving to calm anger over suspicions a far-right cell killed at least 10 people over a decade without being caught.
Government officials pledged at the weekend to get to the bottom of the killings and improve co-ordination to prevent what Chancellor Angela Merkel called a national disgrace from happening again.
Germany's parliament, chancellery, and presidency agreed to hold a national memorial service.
"We all agree that an event should be held," the president of Germany's parliament, Norbert Lammert, told Der Tagesspiegel newspaper in an interview.
"As for how the remembrance ceremony should appear, it depends not least on the sensitivities and expectations of the victims' families," he said. "Therefore we are seeking a dialogue with them."