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Merkel, after synagogue shooting, says anti-Semitism has no place in Germany

Reuters Thursday, 10 October 2019
Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday she was shocked by a shooting near a synagogue in eastern Germany in which two people were killed, and stressed that anti-Semitism had no place in German society.
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Two are dead and at least two are wounded after a shooting near a synagogue where dozens of worshippers were observing Yom Kippur.

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