Les émeutes de Rostock sont des émeutes à caractère raciste, contre des foyers d'immigrés vietnamiens, qui ont eu lieu dans la ville est-allemande de Rostock, quelques années après la réunification de l'Allemagne.

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  • Les émeutes de Rostock sont des émeutes à caractère raciste, contre des foyers d'immigrés vietnamiens, qui ont eu lieu dans la ville est-allemande de Rostock, quelques années après la réunification de l'Allemagne. Les violences se sont déroulées du 22 au 26 août 1992, et ont pris pour cible, à coup de jet de projectiles et de cocktails Molotov, la « résidence des tournesols » (Sonnenblumenhaus en allemand), barre d'immeubles de type « grands ensembles » du quartier de Rostock-Lichtenhagen (de).Durant cinq jours, plusieurs centaines d'émeutiers vont assaillir un bâtiment abritant plusieurs immigrés vietnamiens et une équipe de télévision de la ZDF, sous les regards et parfois les encouragements de 3 000 personnes venues assister aux émeutes.
  • From August 22–24, 1992 violent xenophobic riots took place in the Lichtenhagen district of Rostock, Germany; these were the worst mob attacks against migrants in postwar Germany. Despite stones and petrol bombs being thrown at an apartment block where asylum seekers lived, no one was killed. At the height of the riots, several hundred militant right-wing extremists were involved, and about 3,000 neighbourhood onlookers stood by, applauding them.The initial response of authorities and politicians was heavily criticised. For some days prior to the riots, there had been, in some newspapers, veiled warnings of impending trouble. Police and politicians seemed reluctant to respond and when they did so, the response was inadequate to meet the need. Outside the building where the refugees were housed, several hundred asylum seekers had been camping for several days with little or no access to basic facilities, contributing to escalating tensions in the neighbourhood.Between August 22–26, 1992, there were 370 provisional arrests and 408 preliminary investigations relating to the riots. Among those arrested were 110 people from the former West Germany, 217 from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, including 147 from Rostock and another 37 from the former East Germany. During the riot, 204 police officers were injured.
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  • Les émeutes de Rostock sont des émeutes à caractère raciste, contre des foyers d'immigrés vietnamiens, qui ont eu lieu dans la ville est-allemande de Rostock, quelques années après la réunification de l'Allemagne.
  • From August 22–24, 1992 violent xenophobic riots took place in the Lichtenhagen district of Rostock, Germany; these were the worst mob attacks against migrants in postwar Germany. Despite stones and petrol bombs being thrown at an apartment block where asylum seekers lived, no one was killed.
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