Four suspects were underage, unaccompanied refugees. Jürgen Mathies, the new Cologne police chief, said many of the perpetrators were from countries where they might be familiar with "this behaviour, where women are hemmed in and then abused by a large number of men at once".

The Cologne assaults were not reported by the national media for days, and The Local says many news outlets started reporting it only after a wave of anger on social media made covering the story unavoidable.

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Addendum: Also Austria has such laws, and therefore you find those abbreviations also in Austrian job offers (i.e.

job offers from Austrian Companies), not only in German job offers. I'd like to know whether this is mandatory also for job ads posted by German companies in English, or if they just do it out of habit.

He is said to have previously been married but recently left his wife for another man.

Police say “Detlev” admitted the crime when police arrived at his home to arrest him, immediately taking officers to where he had buried the victim’s remains.

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During the 2015/2016 New Year's Eve celebrations, there were mass sexual assaults, 24 alleged rapes, and numerous thefts in Germany, mainly in Cologne city center.Almost all of the suspects of the Cologne crimes were non-Germans; two-thirds of them from Morocco or Algeria.68 suspects were asylum seekers; 18 were residing in Germany illegally, and the legal status of 47 others was unclear.Authorities are yet to work out whether the body parts, which were found at the property on Wednesday, can confirm their suspicions that the victim may have been cooked and eaten after being dismembered.Officers revealed that “Detlev” is a 55-year-old handwriting expert who worked in the forensics department at Saxony’s State Office of Criminal Investigations.There were similar incidents at the public celebrations in Hamburg, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart The attacks sparked an international outcry, a debate about women's rights, the sustainability of Germany's asylum policy, and social differences between European societies and those of North Africa and the Middle East.