Knife Fight Between Syrians, Afghans at Train Station in Germany

Knife Fight Between Syrians, Afghans at Train Station in Germany
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Multiple people were injured during a brawl between groups of men from Syria and Afghanistan at a train station in Germany, authorities say.

The incident unfolded in the town of Schwenningen on November 1, but police just announced the arrest of a Syrian suspect and additional details about the case.

At around 7 p.m. that night, rival factions of migrants squared off amid an argument in a courtyard at the VS-Schwenningen transit station.

During an ensuing physical altercation, a Syrian man pulled a knife and slashed an Afghan teen.

Another Syrian man tried to stab an Afghan male but was reportedly unsuccessful.

The wounded Afghan was treated at hospital.

Several participants were quickly identified by investigators, but no arrests were made until weeks later.

German police recently announced that a 31-year-old Syrian male was taken into custody under suspicion of dangerous bodily harm by knife.

No other arrests have been made at the time of this writing, according to the latest available updates.

Authorities believe the melee was related to a previous fight between the groups at the same train station back in August.

According to an internal government report obtained by BILD this summer, violent crime at railway facilities has exploded since the onset of the COVID crisis and related lockdowns and changes in policing protocols.

InfoWars frequently reports on violent conflicts between migrants on European soil.

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