BERLIN | German governor condemns actions by migrants and far-right
BERLIN —Jan 03, 2019 —Bavaria‘s conservative governor is condemning an incident in which young asylum-seekers allegedly assaulted passers-by in a southern German town, but is also denouncing far-right attempts to exploit it.
Four apparently intoxicated Afghan and Iranian teenagers were arrested in Amberg on Saturday, suspected of assaulting people near the town’s train station. Twelve people were hurt, most slightly.
Bavarian officials said it’s not legally possible to deport the suspects but authorities want to change that.