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17 May 2019
Inhabitants of Fürstenfeldbruck, a refugee processing center near Munich, told DW of overcrowding, filth and bureaucratic limbo, leading to at least one suicide attempt. Bavarian officials say conditions are adequate.
11 Feb 2019
The producer had said the tainted meat posed no health risk because restaurants would thoroughly cook it before serving. The Bavarian court struck down a lower court ruling.

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