An inebriated American tourist was beaten up in the German city of Dresden after he repeatedly raised his arm to give the Nazi salute, police said Sunday. The search for his attacker, who fled the scene, is ongoing.
The incident occurred about 8:15 a.m. Saturday as the man left a cafe called Europe in the Neustadt district of Dresden, police said in a statement.
The American is now under investigation for violating Germany's blasphemy laws which are very strict when it comes to anything related to Nazi symbolism.
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PSA to tourists: Don't do a Nazi salute in Germany. Publicly displaying symbols and slogans connected to the National Socialist group - which is lawfully classified as an "unconstitutional organization" - can land someone in prison for up to three years. Free expression is only a right until it threatens the safety of other people. Similarly, a 30-year-old Canadian tourist was detained in 2011 after being photographed giving the Nazi salute outside the Reichstag.
Germany is not the only European country to ban the salute.
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During initial questioning, the terrorist told police she came to the scene with the intention to attack a Jew. The man was slashed but the knife did not injure his body and instead slashed his prayer shawl.
Since January the police and the army have killed four top militant commanders having enormous operational capabilities. Residents said that locals rushed out of their homes to protest and pelt stones on the forces as soon as firing started.
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Retailers slid after department stores Macy's and Kohl's both said same-store sales continued to decline in the latest quarter. Cappelleri said he would need to see more pullbacks of at least 1% before becoming anxious about the stock market.
Trump has provided, according to the chinese television, that "for the time being, hit china-us relations are on the right track". The u.s. president pledged Friday a "major press conference" Monday in Washington, without elaborating.
The Saudi-led coalition began its war in Yemen in March 2015 against Shiite rebels known as Houthis who hold the capital, Sanaa. Initial reports issued by the Saudi Press Agency said the soldiers sustained "minor injuries" following an emergency landing.
Rimmer wasted no time in attempting some moves as he offered a hint of a cha cha when egged on by show guest Martine McCutcheon. Simon Rimmer has been named as the seventh celebrity taking part in the upcoming series of 'Strictly Come Dancing' .
Speaking candidly to The Sun , McPartlin spoke about his battle with depression and crippling drug abuse that led him to rehab. The Britain's Got Talent star now claims to be clean of all drugs other than paracetamol for the first time in three years.
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Chief of Staff Kelly Reviewing White House Changes
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Two Separate Waldo County Crashes Leave Three People Dead
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