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    Germany Toughens Deportation Laws After Cologne Attacksi
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    January 13, 2016 6:46 PM
    Germany has outlined plans to tighten deportation laws for foreigners in the wake of the series of attacks on hundreds of women in Cologne and other German cities on New Year’s Eve. Police say the assaults appear to have been carried out by groups of young migrant men. Nineteen suspects have so far been identified, all of them migrants. As Henry Ridgwell reports, there have been several revenge attacks against foreigners in Cologne.

    Germany Toughens Deportation Laws After Cologne Attacks

    Published January 13, 2016

    Germany has outlined plans to tighten deportation laws for foreigners in the wake of the series of attacks on hundreds of women in Cologne and other German cities on New Year’s Eve. Police say the assaults appear to have been carried out by groups of young migrant men. Nineteen suspects have so far been identified, all of them migrants. As Henry Ridgwell reports, there have been several revenge attacks against foreigners in Cologne.


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    by: Marcus Aurelius II from: NJ USA
    January 15, 2016 11:03 AM
    How about well publicized long prison terms for the perpetrators followed by deportation to Syria regardless of where they came from? Would that deter them?

    by: Marcus Aurelius II from: NJ USA
    January 14, 2016 1:32 PM
    Germany and Sweden have committed national suicide in their brainless opening to anyone and everyone who claimed they needed political asylum. Will America make the same mistake? Not if Donald Trump gets his way. Joe Biden doesn't know what he is talking about when he says we already know how to filter out terrorists. San Bernardino is proof because at least one of the terrorists, the woman was a jihadist before she entered the US. That would have been easy to learn if Homeland Security had checked her postings on social media.