After attack on train in Bavaria on Monday, five people were injured.
Police officers searched for evidence near Wurzburg, Germany on Thursday, a day after an Afghan youth attacked passengers with an ax and a knife.
Islamic state flag is found at home of suspected German train attacker. Officials tell the flag is hand painted. The attack happens on Monday evening and attacker was shot dead by police.
This morning on July 19, the Amaq news agency informed the ISIS claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack.
Joachim Herrmann, Bavarian Interior Minister declared the suspect was 17-old Afghan youth, asylum seeker. He shouted "Allahu Akbar" during the attack.
Police detected he came to Germany two years ago as an unaccompanied minor and applied for asylum in March. He lived in a home for teenage refugees until, two weeks ago was placed with a foster family.
Two of the victims of the attack are in a critical condition.