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Pubs and clubs in German town of Freiburg forbid refugees

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Pubs and clubs in German town of Freiburg forbid refugees

Post by Admin on Sat Jan 23, 2016 4:36 pm

A group of nightlife spots in the German city of Freiburg have banded together to bar refugees following a string of reported crimes. The city sells itself as being all inclusive.

Freiburg, Germany prides itself on being the country's "Green City," a friendly, open place where a family of four is more likely to own a tandem bike than a station wagon. On Saturday, however, the small city on the edge of the Black Forest in the south of the country was splashed across the German media for a much different reason - the decision by a group of clubs and bars to keep refugees out.

According to reports, a wave of pickpocketing and sexual assaults preceded the decision in the university town where thousands of students flock to bars every evening. After a series of sexual assaults in the city of Cologne on New Year's Eve , the line between welcoming refugees and providing security has become a flashpoint across the country.

City official balks

Regional newspaper "Badische Zeitung" wrote that the city had invited a group of club owners to a round table at city hall to discuss the ban.

The city official in charge of social affairs, Ulrich von Kirchbach, reacted angrily to the measure. Badische Zeitung quoted him as saying that "a rule such as this is contrary to rules against discrimination."..............

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