The so-called migrant issue continues to dog Europe and the EU and populations are becoming ever more divided on the issue.
A blaze destroyed the roof of a former hotel, which was being converted into a migrant shelter, in the town of Bautzen, eastern Germany, in the early hours of Sunday morning and there are reports that a crowd looked on and cheered.
This is not the first such fire in Germany, or some other European countries trying to re-house refugees and offer migrants a new start.
But cheering as the building blazed is a worrying sign.
Perhaps worse still some of the crowd tried to prevent firefighters quenching or even controlling the blaze thus endangering lives.
No person was hurt but police have launched an investigation, suspect arson and are treating it as a potentially "extremist crime".
A BBC News report continues;
Only a few days ago, protesters in another Saxon town, Clausnitz, blocked the arrival of a bus taking migrants to accommodation.
The UK is set to decide on its future in or out of the European Union.
The fragile peace of Europe will affect voters in different ways.
Germany was behind two major world wars in the 21st Century and in the last firstly alienated people of the Jewish faith living in the country and then tried exterminating them. That too started with isolated incidents of hate crimes.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel prefers to rule Europe fiscally but she will not be in post forever.
Europe faces some tough challenges right now, some because of foreign bombing campaigns in parts of the Middle East.
With the UK EU referendum hinging for some voters on migration to the UK and entitlements for that group of people Europe is looking less welcoming once again.
(Below is at least one good news refugee story)