Andreas Scheuer argues 'political Islam' undermines efforts to integrate people in Germany
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'“If you don’t in the end have any physical harm to show for it - you haven’t been ripped apart, you haven’t gotten bruises, you’re not getting a conviction'
Currently, victims must prove they resisted physically and verbally, in order to prove that they have been raped
Most crimes committed by migrants in 2015 were theft, counterfeiting and travelling on public transport without tickets
Majority of suspects are of Algerian, Tunisian or Moroccan descent and none had recently arrived in Germany, police have reportedly said
Police arrested a man at the scene and the child was later taken to hospital
Despite police numbers doubling since last year's event, 22 sexual assaults were reported along 143 reports of bodily harm and 30 thefts
New rules will reduce family reunions for refugees and speed up deportations of failed applicants
A tale of hope quashed by the horror of war
The mass sex attacks in Cologne on New Year’s Eve saw 497 people reporting sexual assaults
'I hope that these migration problems do not lead to an attempt to cover up the reality for some domestic politically-correct reason,' says Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov
'Most of them are not single men. Most of them are family members. Whereas Germany accepts everybody that comes to its borders'
The 26-year-old Algerian man was found with a phone stolen from a woman who said she was groped
A group of Syrian men helped Caitlin Duncan escape the crowds and find her boyfriend
Ban will be enforced until 'they get the message about harassment'