Germany: ‘I am not scared of any migrant’
Germany has been rocked by reports of a large influx of migrants and asylum seekers entering the country, with a major city in the north of the country seeing the number of asylum seekers surge to an all-time high.
More than 1,000 migrants have been arriving in the city of Langkawi from the Turkish border, according to police, who are warning that it could quickly spiral into a humanitarian crisis if it continues.
The German government has been under fire for not doing enough to stop the influx, and a local newspaper reported that local authorities had received more than a thousand asylum seekers in recent days.
It is not yet clear how many of the migrants are heading towards Germany, but the number is expected to surge as the country’s authorities try to deal with the crisis.
The situation in Langkwi has been described as “very difficult,” with locals saying they are worried about the safety of the refugees.
Some locals have been taking to social media to report that they have been shot and wounded by migrants, as well as being attacked by people who are threatening them.
The mayor of Langky is calling for the city to be cordoned off as a humanitarian operation to deal, reports said.
The city, in the province of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, is located in the North Rhine-Westphalia region, which is home to the majority of Germany’s asylum seekers.
According to the local police, there were about 50 refugees living in a single building on Sunday.
The Langkwissen refugee shelter was the only shelter available to refugees, but locals were told it was “too big for anyone to live in”.
The police chief, Peter Schäfer, said police had received reports of migrants attacking people.
He said that the shelter was now being used as a shelter for asylum seekers who are already there.
“We don’t have any control over the situation, and we are waiting for the situation to calm down,” Schäffer told German broadcaster NDR.
“I am worried about my colleagues and my employees,” he added.
“It’s a very difficult situation and we must do everything to make sure that we manage this safely.”
The German Interior Ministry has reported that the number and nature of the assaults have increased in recent weeks, with some incidents reported as being similar to those seen in Cologne on New Year’s Eve.
The number of migrants arriving in Germany has continued to rise, with officials reporting that it rose by more than 60 percent in the first seven months of the year compared to the same period last year.
The government has promised to increase security measures at the borders, and Chancellor Angela Merkel has announced measures to speed up the processing of asylum applications.
Germany has seen a surge in asylum seekers from Turkey in recent months.
In October, the country had reported that 3,000 refugees had arrived from Turkey.
In November, police detained 15 people in an attack on a refugee shelter in the western state of Baden-Württemberg.
On Sunday, local media reported that a group of people had broken into the shelter and attacked residents.
The police have said that they are investigating the attack as a potential terrorist attack, with the authorities saying that it is the result of an “act of revenge” by migrants.
“The attackers are armed with knives, axes and baseball bats,” the police chief said.
“We are looking into this case as a terrorist attack.”
“We cannot ignore the fact that people are getting involved in criminal activity, in crimes, in petty crime, in violence,” he said.