"My jaw dropped. I was shocked." When German police recruit Simon discovered that some of his colleagues were openly racist, he decided to quit and speak out.
German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said the government will launch a study on racism within the police force after all. It appears the interior minister has finally relented, which is a good thing, says Hans Pfeifer.
Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said a study on racism among Germany's police "should have been commissioned long ago." He plans to work with Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, who has previously rejected such a study.
German police are facing scrutiny thanks to a string of racist incidents.Berlin and other states are including anti-racism modules in basic training - but it's not standard yet.
According to Sky News, Manchester United and Liverpool are in talks on forming a European super league. Meanwhile, UEFA is to set cut prize money for its top club tournaments following revenue losses due to COVID-19.
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