In this Dec. 31, 2015 picture, persons gather at the Cologne, Germany, main station. (Markus Boehm/dpa via AP)
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The rash of attacks and thefts in a New Year's Eve crowd in the western city of Cologne was only widely covered by national media early this week, after police had initially reported no major incidents.News editors of ZDF's flagship "heute" (today) evening news program apologized on social media for not reporting on the incidents at least in its Monday evening bulletin, four days after the attacks.As the assaults have come to dominate German mainstream media, more women have come forward in Cologne and other cities about being groped and attacked on New Year's Eve.
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