Germany: Migrants turn part of Cologne into ‘no-go zone’. Mayor admits police have given up on the area

We’re talking about the “Ebertplatz” here, an inner city square at the heart of Cologne that connects several streets. According to German newspaper “Express” the place is a popular location for African migrants who live nearby to deal drugs. The police call it a hotbed of crime as several police interventions didn’t change a thing. Some of Cologne’s inhabitants even call it an “angstraum”, a fearful place.

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