Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Police called in frequently to intervene in fights between asylum seekers

The Dutch police are called in five to ten times a day to intervene in incidents in and around centers for asylum seekers, mainly minor fights between young inhabitants, frequently between Syrians and Eritreans. The fights often concern girls or alcohol. This was reported by Commander Max Daniel of the National Police.  He also said that the situation is under control.

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