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    Assault Allegations Aggravate EU Immigration Crisisi
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    January 12, 2016 5:29 AM
    Europe's immigration crisis has taken a new turn after reports that New Year's attacks on women in Cologne and other cities were organized by immigrant groups. Swedish authorities now have to answer allegations that police covered up similar attacks on women in Sweden. While a wave of migrants from Northern Africa, the Middle East and parts of Asia continues to arrive at Europe's door, governments struggle to stem the anti-immigrant sentiment in the host countries. Zlatica Hoke reports.

    Assault Allegations Aggravate EU Immigration Crisis

    Published January 12, 2016

    Europe's immigration crisis has taken a new turn after reports that New Year's attacks on women in Cologne and other cities were organized by immigrant groups. Swedish authorities now have to answer allegations that police covered up similar attacks on women in Sweden. While a wave of migrants from Northern Africa, the Middle East and parts of Asia continues to arrive at Europe's door, governments struggle to stem the anti-immigrant sentiment in the host countries. Zlatica Hoke reports.


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