Girl’s rape causes town to ban refugees

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The alleged rape of a 15-year-old girl by three men, two of which have been identified as coming from Afghanistan and Somalia, has caused a small town in Austria to say that they’ve had enough and want no more refugees in their district.

The tiny town of Tulln is home to approximately 15,000 people and has taken in numerous groups of refugees until just recently.

After the girl was attacked while walking home alone on April 25, the local prosecutor ordered 59 male refugees to submit DNA samples, which nabbed two of the suspects. A third suspect is currently still at large.

As a result of the teen being raped, Mayor Peter Eisenschenk informed the regional government Tuesday that the town is instituting a ban on incoming refugees for the time being, according to news reports.

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