20 Years after Rostock
Germany's Shameful Xenophobic Attack

August 24, 2012, 12:47 PM - On Aug. 22, 1992, a mob of local residents and neo-Nazis in Rostock shocked the world by attacking and setting fire to an apartment building that housed asylum-seekers and Vietnamese immigrants who were working legally in the eastern German city. The event, a potent symbol of xenophobia that still exists today, has haunted the country ever since.

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