DF / Young woman from Eritrea attacked and investigators are still looking for witnesses
Posted by: Semere Asmelash
Date: Thursday, 01 March 2018
SaxonyYoung woman from Eritrea attacked
February 28, 2018
In Wurzen, Saxony, two hoodlums have attacked and insulted a young woman from Eritrea.
As the police announced today in Leipzig, the men are said to have beaten and kicked the 19-year-old last Friday.
The seven-month-pregnant woman was treated as an outpatient in a hospital. According to the prosecution, the state police department of the Leipzig police department took over the investigation in the case.
In Berlin, Federal Minister of Justice Maas had previously shamefully commented on new attacks on refugees.
It was essential to oppose any form of xenophobia and racism. According to the Federal Ministry of the Interior, more than 2,200 attacks on refugees and refugee shelters were registered last year.
This message was sent on 28.02.2018 in the program Deutschlandfunk.
They beat and kicked her: Two masked men attacked a pregnant woman in Wurzen, Saxony. Locals and foreigners have clashed with each other in recent months
In the Saxon town of Wurzen, a pregnant African woman has been attacked. As the police in Leipzig announced on Wednesday, two masked men are said to have beaten and kicked the 19-year-old last Friday at the entrance of a multiple dwelling.
The woman was injured in the back and in the back of her knees and treated in an outpatient clinic. The unborn child reportedly suffered no damage.
Investigators are still looking for witnesses
According to the prosecution, the state police department of the Leipzig police department took over the investigation in the case. It is being investigated for dangerous bodily harm and insult. Investigators asked witnesses to the incident to report.
In Wurzen, which is about 30 kilometers east of Leipzig and has about 16,000 inhabitants, locals and foreigners have clashed again and again in recent months . Several people were injured in conflicts in Wurzen in the middle of January. The city was especially in the 90s as a center of right-wing extremism in Saxony.