German refugee policy under fire after Cologne attacks

A series of sexual assaults and thefts in Cologne on New Year’s Eve has shocked Germany and led to mounting criticism of the government’s immigration policies after it was reported that the attackers were of Arab or North African appearance. Joshua Chaffin talks to Stefan Wagstyl, the FT's Berlin correspondent, about the political fallout.

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