German City Bans Migrants From Public Pool

The German city of Bornheim has prohibited male asylum-seekers older than 18 from using its public pool. The move comes after the city-run facility’s patrons complained about men allegedly from the nearby refugee center, a city official told German newspaper Der Spiegel. Germans’ relationship with asylum-seeking migrants is particularly tense at this time given the reported sexual-assault attacks in Cologne on New Year’s Eve, which were allegedly committed by foreign nationals.