FILE PHOTO: Residential buildings are seen in Cottbus, Germany, January 24, 2018. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt/File Photo
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German police arrested six members of the far right who were handing out tear gas bottles and flyers in the eastern city of Cottbus Thursday and said they were stepping up security ahead of an anti-refugee protest there o Saturday.The six men arrested belonged to the far-right National Democratic Party, police said.Last month, two Syrian teenagers injured a 16-year-old German boy with a knife and a group of three Syrians aged under 17 threatened a German couple with a knife outside a mall in Cottbus.
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