Saturday, 21st May 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search

Stuttgart reckons with youth ‘rage’ after riots rock city

Stuttgart has begun cleaning up after a night of "unprecedented" violence in the city. The unrest has residents, and even some of the youths who were present, left wondering: How did things get so out of hand?

Related

4 Mar 2017
World Cup winner Kevin Grosskreutz has apologised for his behaviour after being sacked by Stuttgart following a late-night fight that left the 28-year-old in hospital.
1 May 2020
People in Berlin and Stuttgart have taken to the streets to protest against a loss of freedoms amid the coronavirus pandemic. Germany has enacted a series of restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19.
22 Jun 2020
The southwestern German city has seen a night of rioting and looting, with several police officers injured as hundreds of people took to the city center. Police said the situation was "completely out of control."
22 Jun 2020
Stuttgart has begun cleaning up after a night of "unprecedented" violence in the city. The unrest has residents, and even some of the youths who were present, left wondering: How did things get so out of hand?
12 Jun 2021
A striker for Bundesliga side Stuttgart, Silas Wamangituka, has revealed his real identity. The player says that he was a victim of fraudulent practices by his former agent and Wamangituka is not his real name.