Civil War in Germany?

GERMAN VIOLENCE TOWARD Bosnian and Romanian refugees, says Foreign Minister KLAUS KINKEL, has filled the government with "deep shame." But the civil unrest has also inspired fear. Since January, more than 320,000 Bosnians, Croatians and Romanians have sought asylum in Germany. The German government is now paying the Romanian government to repatriate its citizens but still expects at least 130,000 more refugees to arrive by the end of the year. Germany provides asylum seekers with housing, food and free medical care. But unemployment in the area of eastern Germany where they are housed averages 30%, adding fuel to the racist resentment...

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