More people have come forward alleging they were sexually assaulted and robbed in the square in front of the main train station in Cologne, Germany. On Thursday, police said they have now identified 16 young men who may have been involved.
More people have come forward alleging they were sexually assaulted and robbed in the square in front of the main train station in Cologne, Germany. On Thursday, police said they have now identified 16 young men who may have been involved. Hermann J. Knippertz AP
More people have come forward alleging they were sexually assaulted and robbed in the square in front of the main train station in Cologne, Germany. On Thursday, police said they have now identified 16 young men who may have been involved. Hermann J. Knippertz AP

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