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Angela Merkel Slams The ‘Shameful’ Violent Anti-Refugee Protests That Are Shocking The German Public

Chancellor Angela Merkel has reacted to the weekend’s violent neo-Nazi protests near a migrant shelter in eastern Germany, calling them “repulsive”, “disgusting” and “shameful”. Some of the demonstrators shouted “We are the people” and “Heil Hitler!” as they threw bottles and rocks. The police had to seal off the new migrant shelter to keep the Angela Merkel Slams The ‘Shameful’ Vi
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