A German town built a barrier taller than the Berlin Wall to separate locals from refugees
In a suburb of Munich, some locals have come up with their own solution to the flow of migrants into Germany: erecting a 300-foot long, 13-foot tall stone partition separating them from what will soon be a refugee housing center. The estate will take in 160 unaccompanied minors that have fled to Germany. Since 2015, 15,000 refugees have moved in or around Munich. But ever since migrants were linked to the sexual attacks in Cologne during 2016 New Year’s celebrations, attitudes toward refugees appear to be cooling.