Germany Toughens Deportation Laws After Cologne Attacks

January 13, 2016 01:46 PM
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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.