Video: Eritrean Migrants Who Fought with Chains and Belts May Not Return to school

 

Eritrean Migrants Suspects of Mass Brawl May Not return to school

 

www.omroepflevoland.nl | April 9, 2015

 

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The Eritrean boys who were arrested Tuesday after a fight between two groups of young people in Almere may not yet returned to school. Taalcentrum Almere, where the two get lesson is afraid of new quarrels.

 

The boys are indeed at large but police do further research on their role in the brawl. Last Tuesday broke at the school on the Rooseveltweg a fight between a group of minor asylum seekers from Eritrea who sit on the school and a group of young people who originally come from Egypt. They fell upon each other with bicycle chains and belts.

 

Two youths were injured. According to police, the two groups have long been in conflict. Director Ruud Pet of the Language School says that two weeks ago, even though there was a scuffle in the schoolyard. About the reason for the conflict and how long it has been playing, the police will not say anything. Police, school and the guardianship agency that accompanies the asylum seekers, trying to prevent the conflict together again running out of control.

 

Software Translation from Dutch

Eritrean Migrants Who Fought with Chains and Belts May Not Return to school