Man shouted "Allah Akbar" before stabbing commuters on German train
One man has been killed and three have been injured at a station in Grafing near Munich by a knifeman shouting Allah Akbar, German media have reported.
Germany's ARD broadcaster reported that one man had died from his injuries. Police could not confirm this.
The attack took place in the S-Bahn commuter train station at Grafing, a town about 32 km (20 miles) southeast of the Bavarian capital in southern Germany.
Germany, which is playing a supporting role in the fight against Islamic State, has not suffered a major attack by Islamist militants on the scale of those that have hit neighbouring France and Belgium.
However, German security services are on alert and ministers have repeatedly warned of a possible attack.
Over 800 home-grown radicals have left Germany to join jihadist groups in Syria and Iraq and about 260 have returned.
Germany has also been a transit country for militants who carried out attacks in Belgium this year and Paris last year. There are concerns that some of the 1 million migrants who arrived in the country last year have slipped off officials' radar.
More to follow.