"This led to my decision that adult males from our asylum shelters may not enter the swimming pool until further notice." A national poll Friday showed that Germans are becoming increasingly concerned about the country's ability to integrate the huge numbers of asylum-seekers who arrived last year.Sixty-six per cent of the 1,203 respondents said Germany cannot handle the migrant influx, up from 46 per cent in December.Gabrielle P and Alex H met when she was only 16, the court heard.After she turned 18, they moved into the house, which she inherited from her grandmother, together, but their relationship was extremely volatile.The December 2008 killing came to light last year, when an acquaintance of the defendant, who was 23 at the time of the alleged murder, went to police.Officers found the body, which Gabriele P and two friends had allegedly buried several years earlier, in the garden of the Munich home where the couple had lived together.
The town of Rheinsberg said refugees might visit the parade taking place in its Orsoy suburb in a drunken state, potentially causing conflict.
German media reports of mass sexual assaults that reportedly took place on 31 December 2016 and 1 January 2017 have been withdrawn after local police discovered that the rumors were completely baseless.
On 5 February 2017, German-language paper published a report that “masses” of migrants participated in what they termed a “sex mob” during 2017’s New Year’s festivities.
The host of the Victory bar had been injured on the same evening during riots.
In an article since taken down from its website, the tabloid interviewed a well-known chef who runs a restaurant on Fressgass street, as well as a 27-year-old woman.