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Syrian Migrants: Germans Still Welcoming After Paris Attacks

Syrian migrants living in a camp in the German town of Giessen say the Paris attacks have not changed the attitudes of local Germans toward them. While a few people reported incidents of minor harassment, most people seemed happy with the way the local community has accepted them. Abdul Hameed Omar stood at a bus station outside Rodgön, one of the largest camps set up for Syrian and other migrants in Giessen. While he complained about facilities and services inside the camp, out...

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