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Violence erupts at Cologne Pegida demo - The Local

10.1.16

Violence erupts at Cologne Pegida demo - The Local: Police estimate that around 800 hooligans were among the 1,700 who took part in the Pegida march.

A Pegida spokesman urged "all participants to go home".

"The event is officially over," he said.

Earlier, chanting "expulsion", supporters of Pegida waved banners and signs bearing slogans like "Rapefugees not welcome".

They also took aim at Chancellor Angela Merkel, accusing her of allowing migrants to run rampage in Germany through her liberal stance towards those fleeing war.

"Merkel has become a danger to our country. Merkel must go," a member of Pegida told the crowd, which repeated the call.

Witnesses have described the perpetrators of the assaults in Cologne on the night of December 31 as people with "North African or Arab" appearance.


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