Migrants on trial for ‘torching refugee housing after food was served during Ramadan’
TWO migrants are on trial for arson after allegedly torching their own refugee housing in a protest at food being served during Ramadan.
Express, PUBLISHED: 00:00, Fri, Jan 20, 2017
Two migrants are on trial for arson in Dusseldorf after allegedly torching a refugee centre.
The men, 27-year-olds from Morocco and Algeria, are accused of setting fire to the housing facility in a former exhibition hall in Dusseldorf, Germany.
In the fire on June 7 last year, 28 people suffered from smoke poisoning when the hall on Dusseldorf’s fairground that housed about 150 migrants burned to the ground.
Prosecutors say the Algerian laid the fire, aided by the Moroccan.
Prosecutors say that the Algerian migrant laid the fire which gave 28 refugees smoke poisoning.
The Algerian is said to have poured a bottle of vodka over a…
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