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Germany's faultlines over migrants surface as thousands march in Dresden
by Damien Stroka
Hannelore and Hans both came to the German eastern city of Dresden to send a signal, but that's where their similarities end.
Hannelore, in her sixties, joined the anti-migrant PEGIDA movement's first anniversary rally to show she is fed up with Chancellor Angela Merkel's open-door policy to people fleeing war.
Hans, 75, travelled to the city to say that most Germans do not agree with the xenophobic movement.
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