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Hundreds go on rampage in German city: shops destroyed, looted

Police checking on drug trafficking in the Stuttgart city centre streets overnight sparked the violence in which over a dozen cops were injured.

BERLIN, June21: Hundreds of people ran riot in south-western Germany's Stuttgart city centre in the early hours of Sunday smashing and looting shops. A dozen policemen were injured in stone- throwing.

It was reported that the riots followed police checking on drug trafficking in the streets overnight. Sticks were used to smash windows of police vehicles parked in the area.

"I sharply condemn this brutal outbreak of violence, these acts against people and things are criminal action that must be forcefully prosecuted and condemned," Baden-Wuerttemberg State premier Winfried Kretschmann said in a statement.

A jewellery store was completely emptied and a mobile phone shop wrecked, according to regional broadcaster SWR.





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