Spokesman for the German Police Union Calls for the Deportation of Illegal Immigrants:
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Migrants kicked a one-year-old baby on a bus then attacked paramedics with belts as they tried to treat the infant.
The shocking attack happened at approximately 9pm on Sunday night in Augsburg, one of Germany’s oldest cities.
Residents were being evacuated following the discovery of a bomb from the Second World War and some had boarded a replacement night bus when a fight broke out.
Several Syrian migrants erupted with anger because of a baby-stroller taking up space on the bus.
Migrants hurled abuse at other passengers before a fight broke out, with four of the Syrian men using the handles on the bus to hoist themselves up and attack women and old people to try and drag them into the fighting, according to an eyewitness.
The migrants paid no attention to anyone in their way, at one point kicking a one-year-old in the face.
Paramedics were called and arrived on the scene to help the injured but the men began attacking them with belts – not letting up until the police were called.
Police have now launched an investigation into what happened.
The incident comes amidst heightened tensions in Germany after the attack on a German Christmas market by a migrant in which 12 people were killed.
Hamm Germany – Two children aged nine and ten were injured on Friday in a playground on the street at the island by three strangers.
At around 1:20 pm the perpetrators attacked their victims with a spray can and a lighter.
The children suffered burns and were taken to a hospital for ambulatory treatment with a rescue vehicle.
The transient suspects are young people who looked Eastern European.
All three wore hooded sweaters.
The first attacker had black hair and wore a blue top.
Another perpetrator had blond hair and was clothed with a green top and jeans.
The third fugitive wore black clothes and a cap with bull emblem.
Police are requesting that witnesses please immediately contact the Hamm police at: phone 02381 916-0.
Akçakale municipal police carried out raids inspecting the workplaces of Syrian asylum seekers, where they seized 400 kilograms of cat meat.
According to the statement made by the municipality, police teams have been conducting surveillance of the Suleiman Shah Accommodation Facility, where Syrian refugees stay, in addition to four workplaces operated by Syrian asylum seekers.
The police took possession of 400 kilograms of cat meat, skin and feet in a restaurant. The teams that confiscated the meat then sealed-off the work places and living spaces used to work.
Akçakale Mayor Abdülhakim Ayhan stated that the health of the people is very important to us and said that “Our police teams will continue their inspections without prior notice. In the audits carried out today, 400 kilograms of cat meat, along with unsafe fish for human consumption were destroyed. Legal action has been taken against the Syrian refugees for threatening public health and the business were shut-down.