Australian prime minister takes measures against vehicle attacks

With thorough measures to protect the public in shopping and events, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull wants to prevent attacks on vehicles from now on.

Turnbull called on municipal councils, city developers, architects and companies to take into account security measures against terrorist acts on Sunday.

The prime minister unfolded his national strategy a few days after the bloody attack in Barcelona.

Reason for the plan was the terrorist attack last year with a truck in Nice, where 84 people were killed.

In January of this year, a man with a car entered a pedestrian in Melbourne, causing four people to be killed and more than twenty people injured. Then there was no terrorist motive. Since then, 140 concrete poles have been installed in that city to protect pedestrian zones.

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