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GERMANY-REFUGEES/ABUSE
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September 29, 2014
A sign reads "European Homecare - Social Service" at the entrance of an abandoned office park used as...
Essen, Germany
Sign at entrance of temporary home for asylum seekers in Essen
A sign reads "European Homecare - Social Service" at the entrance of an abandoned office park used as a temporary home for some 400 asylum seekers in the western German city of Essen September 29, 2014. The German government on Monday condemned suspected cases of abuse against refugees in which asylum-seekers were maltreated by security guards and even forced to lie in a bed filled with vomit. Authorties in North Rhine-Westphalia state are investigating six security guards who are facing charges of bodily harm. They have interviewed about 96 of the 700 refugees at the centres in the western state where the guards were stationed. The private firm handling security was fired. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CRIME LAW)
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