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Concern at resurgence of anti-Semitic crimes in Germany

By: Anne MAILLIET | Jessica SALTZ
1 min

On this year's Holocaust Remembrance Day, Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel warned of rising anti-Semitism. The number of anti-Semitic crimes is indeed on the rise in Germany. The vast majority of these incidents are attributed to far-right groups, but the ongoing tensions in the Middle East are also to blame for the higher numbers. Germany's Jewish community, which has been growing since the fall of the Berlin Wall, is increasingly worried. FRANCE 24's correspondents report from Berlin.


A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett, Gaelle Essoo and Laura Burloux.

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