Friday, December 30, 2016

Huge brawl sees hundreds of migrants clash in German refugee centre

ABOUT 200 migrants from Gambia brawled with a group of Moroccans at a refugee centre in Sigmaringen, Germany in the latest shocking violence to hit the nation.The Gambians claimed they felt provoked by Moroccans who were constantly drunk and trying to start fights. Firefighters were called to deal with an alarm that had gone off but they were left facing hundreds of aggressive people who were asked to leave their rooms by security forces. Police dogs and officers eventually managed to calm the situation down.One of the men behind the mass brawl was arrested by police and was admitted to a hospital due to psychological symptoms. Two of the chief ringleaders, aged 20 and 26, on the Moroccan side were taken in judicial custody for a few hours. Since the migrant crisis began, Germany has accepted more than one million migrants and Angela Merkel faces a backlash from her country. Mrs Merkel has been blamed for the attacks Germany has suffered this year. In December an Islamist terrorist killed 12 shoppers at a Christmas market in Berlin. When it happened, she told the German public: “I know that it would be particularly hard to bear for all of us if it was confirmed that a person committed this crime who asked for protection and asylum in Germany. Germany has increased security this year for New Years Eve as to avoid a repeat of the sex attacks in Cologne last year when 1,000 migrants went on a rampage. The Gambians claimed they felt provoked by Moroccans who were constantly drunk and trying to start fights. Firefighters were called to deal with an alarm that had gone off but they were left facing hundreds of aggressive people who were asked to leave their rooms by security forces. Police dogs and officers eventually managed to calm the situation down.One of the men behind the mass brawl was arrested by police and was admitted to a hospital due to psychological symptoms. Two of the chief ringleaders, aged 20 and 26, on the Moroccan side were taken in judicial custody for a few hours. Since the migrant crisis began, Germany has accepted more than one million migrants and Angela Merkel faces a backlash from her country. Mrs Merkel has been blamed for the attacks Germany has suffered this year.In December an Islamist terrorist killed 12 shoppers at a Christmas market in Berlin. When it happened, she told the German public: “I know that it would be particularly hard to bear for all of us if it was confirmed that a person committed this crime who asked for protection and asylum in Germany. Germany has increased security this year for New Years Eve as to avoid a repeat of the sex attacks in Cologne last year when 1,000 migrants went on a rampage.
 http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/748204/Germany-migrants-fight-refugee-centre-sigmaringen

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