Merkel Seeks Easier Expulsion of Migrants After Sexual AssaultsBy and
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel will push to ease barriers for expelling refugees who commit crimes, responding to what she called “outrageous” acts of sexual assault against women on New Year’s Eve.
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