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Germany mulls deporting asylum seekers following Cologne attacks

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Germany mulls deporting asylum seekers following Cologne attacks

Post by Admin on Fri Jan 08, 2016 1:16 pm

Angela Merkel's CDU party will address heightening security and lowering barriers to deporting migrants convicted of crimes after attacks on women in Cologne on New Year's Eve, according to Deutsche Welle.

As the fallout from a spree of sexual assaults against women alleged to have been carried out by groups of Middle Eastern men spreads, German authorities are scrambling to come up with measures to beef up security and punish migrants convicted of serious offenses, Deutsche Welle reported.

The events in Cologne on New Year's Eve, in which groups of "North African and Arab" men reportedly robbed and sexually assaulted at least 120 women, is something that should never happen again, Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere told German regional daily "Rheinische Post" on Friday.

Ahead of a high-level meeting of Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party officials on Friday, de Maiziere said authorities would focus on "prevention, more video surveillance in public places where many people gather, police presence on the streets and tougher penalties" to avoid a repeat of the mass sexual assaults..................

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