A police car stands near the Cologne main train station in Cologne, western Germany on January 11, 2016. AFP / PATRIK STOLLARZ
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A spate of attacks against migrants in Cologne appear linked, occurring after social media calls that drew large groups of people, many associated with the far-right, German police said Monday.There were four separate attacks which police were referring to as "anti-foreigner crimes," crime division chief Norbert Wagner said.In the first attack, which took place in the early evening, some 25 men chased a man of African appearance who ran to seek protection from a group of six Pakistanis.In another attack, eight people beat a 39-year-old Syrian at the central railway station.
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