‘Suspected bodily harm’ | Berlin police under investigation

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Berlin police’s ‘brutality’ during the unauthorised demonstration against a tightening of Covid restrictions led to opening an investigation into ‘suspected bodily harm’. German ‘Police Union’ chief argues that the ‘criticism exerted on the officers might be unfair’.

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