Seattle resident Kari was at her local grocery store in mid-March when another shopper told her own child she couldn't be in the same line as the Korean American. She would get them sick, the shopper said. A week later at the same store, a cashier refused to check her out, saying she was going on break. The encounter is one of hundreds of racist and xenophobic incidents that have been reported over the past week, new data reveals. People have reported being coughed at or spit on and being told to leave stores, Uber and Lyft drivers refusing to pick them up, verbal and online harassment and physical assault, according to the site, which was launched by the Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council A3PCON and Chinese for Affirmative Action.
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From ifeng :. Afterward, her brother disappeared without a trace, his fate unknown. Ren Xue had a relationship with a certain college student while at school, even becoming pregnant with a child, but was dumped. After a physical fight with her boyfriend, she became disfigured and her disposition became oversensitive and antisocial. Ren Xue sold her body to mine manager Ding, but mine manager Ding only arranged a waitress job for her.
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These words were feared by all German women in It was an indication that something unpleasant was coming their way. These words were uttered by wild looking tough battle-hardened Red Army soldiers who had learnt that smattering of German. The mass gang rape of German Fraus and Fraulein when the country lost the war remains one of the most under-reported piece of history. Soviet soldiers burst into a room filled with young German girls Perhaps it was wilfully buried by the British and American media and academia because most of the brutal rapes were committed by their WW2 ally, Soviet Russia.
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