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German police said Monday several assaults and cases of sexual harassment were reported in alcohol-fueled weekend disturbances that saw youths rampage through a small town and hurl bottles at police.No arrests had been made yet over the alleged harassment, but police were treating as a suspect a 20-year-old Iraqi man and, in a separate case in which a 17-year-old girl was groped, three Afghan asylum seekers aged 18-20 .Eisele said "the aggression and escalation of violence" were unprecedented and unexpected in the town of about 40,000 people, located near Stuttgart, and that the local police force had to request backup from other cities.In another incident near Stuttgart, police said they confronted a group of 12 young Afghan men at another local festival Saturday in the town of Boeblingen.
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