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German public health institute targeted by arson attack as tensions rise over COVID-19 restrictions

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German public health institute targeted by arson attack as tensions rise over COVID-19 restrictions

German public health institute targeted by arson attack as tensions rise over COVID-19 restrictions

A building of the agency for disease control, the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin, was attacked with Molotov cocktails this weekend.View on euronews


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