• Refugees, some of whom come from Syria, and their supporters demonstrate with posters written with 'we love peace'  in downtown Wuerzburg, Germany, Wednesday July 20, 2016. They are responding to the attack by a suspected Afghan refugee who attacked and critically injured passengers with an axe and knife in a regional train near Wuerzburg, Monday.  (Karl-Josef Hildenbrand/dpa via AP)

    Germany: Investigation indicates train attacker acted alone

    OCHSENFURT, Germany (AP) — By all accounts, the 17-year-old Afghan behind an ax-and-knife rampage aboard a commuter train in Germany seemed to be quickly integrating and adapting to life in Germany — until something, possibly the death of a friend back home, prompted him to radicalize and turn on the country that took him in.