Anarchists in Essen attacked 2 police stations, blowing up a police cruiser at the Rellinghausen station and vandalizing the Essen-Kettwig station with rocks and paint, in a statement against the racist and xenophobic sentiments within the police of Essen that have not gone unnoticed to the public.
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