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Thursday, March 10, 2016
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(UK Express) - Migrants have reportedly been sweeping through the European city’s bars and clubs, hassling women to dress and act appropriately, allegedly leaving many fearing to go outside on their own.
Groups of migrants are also said to be establishing their own territory by staking claims in parts of the Millennium City, while it has been reported that factions have ordered women to act and dress appropriately.
The shocking claims come after violence escalated in the Austrian capital during the weekend, where more than 50 young men, believed to be from Afghan and Chechen dissent, are said to have clashed in the city centre.
Gangs attacked each other with planks of wood, iron bars and knives, leaving two in intensive care, according to reports.
The alleged clashes were believed to have been started by a row on Facebook.
Couple Thomas and Manuela Sonntagfruh said they watched the violence unfold.
The couple claimed it is “quite common that young people might argue, but something like this just isn’t normal”.
Another witness, Renate Hofstatter, said people in the street now fear to go out on the streets alone.
He said: “Many residents around here are really worried. Personally I’m really worried if I have to go out on my own.”
According to police, dozens of youths from Chechnya, most of them linked to martial arts clubs, have attempted to set up territories in the capital.
Police are now set to crank up their presence at Graz train station in order to chase out bands of asylum seekers that had been rejected from neighbouring country Germany.
Earlier this month Austria unleashed a mass advertising drive in Afghanistan urging migrants thinking of setting off for Europe to stay at home.
The country warned would-be migrants they will not be granted asylum if they make the journey, adding that it will do everything in its power to stop people reaching Germany.