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    Exclamation Rioting and looting in Stuttgart, Germany

    I am sure diversity must be a strength though.
    Because these rioting's are unrelated to what has being happening in America and London.

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    The southwestern German city has seen a night of rioting and looting, with several police officers injured as hundreds of people took to the city center. The situation was "completely out of control," police said.



    Stuttgart is the capital of the state of Baden-Württemberg, and State Premier Winfried Kretschmann also condemned what he called the "brutal outbreak of violence."

    "These actions against people and things are criminal acts that should be prosecuted and brought to justice," he said. "We can’t remain unmoved by the pictures from downtown Stuttgart."

    Kretschmann added that his thoughts were with the injured police officers and others injured in the rioting. The facts need to clarified and the people responsible should be identified as swiftly as possible, he said.



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    Police said the riots happened after police conducted checks in the city center related to suspected drug dealing. Several groups then ganged up on police and started to threaten the officers. Police were "confronted in an extremely aggressive manner, attacked and injured," a police report said.



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