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For Some, Roots Of Cologne Attacks May Run Deeper Than We Think

Dozens of women were assaulted in the German city by a mob of men — many of whom appeared to be refugees. One activist says rampant harassment was a problem in Germany before the influx of newcomers.

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For Some, Roots Of Cologne Attacks May Run Deeper Than We Think

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Burns Paiute Tribal Council Chairperson Charlotte Rodrique speaks during a press conference on Jan. 6 in Burns, Ore. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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With Militants Occupying Ancestral Land, Native Tribe Is 'Very Offended'

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X-Ray Audio: The Strange Story of Soviet Music on the Bone explores a curious bootlegging practice that arose in Cold War Russia. Strange Attractor Press hide caption

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Bones And Grooves: The Weird Secret History Of Soviet X-Ray Music

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