The World from Berlin Profiling Ruling 'Sows Seeds of Distrust and Racism'

Earlier this week, a German court ruled that federal police are allowed to conduct spot checks on certain train lines based on skin color to prevent illegal immigration. German editorialists question whether such measures are appropriate in a country that has become increasingly diverse.
German Federal Police at the Frankfurt train station: "The real problem here is the law."

German Federal Police at the Frankfurt train station: "The real problem here is the law."

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-- Daryl Lindsey