Merkel seeks tighter migration laws after Cologne sex attacks

Demonstrators protest against racism and sexism in the wake of the sexual assaults on New Year's Eve, outside the cathedral in Cologne, Germany. Picture: AP
Demonstrators protest against racism and sexism in the wake of the sexual assaults on New Year's Eve, outside the cathedral in Cologne, Germany. Picture: AP
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GERMANY’S chancellor Angela Merkel has proposed stricter laws regulating asylum seekers after a string of New Year’s Eve sexual assaults and robberies in Cologne blamed largely on foreigners.

Angela Merkel seeks tighter migration laws after Cologne sex attacks