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German Mayor Beaten Unconscious After Announcing Plan To Accept Refugees

Over the past several months, the German people have become increasingly frustrated with Merkel's "open-border" policy that has allowed over 1mm migrants to flow into the country from the Middle East and North Africa. The flood of migrants has brought with it a wave of violent crime including sexual assaults resulting in a rising nationalist tension as people have turned their backs on Merkel and her Christian Democratic Union party in recent elections.
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