Munich — Bayern Munich midfielder Javi Martinez has been
visiting migrants at Munich train station to offer his support.
Martinez says "Every little helps! Welcome
refugees!" in a tweet that includes a photo of himself handing a Bayern
football to a young child.
Munich police said "there's no end to the support from
Munich people for refugees at Munich main train station" and they thanked
Martinez for helping.
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Bayern announced Thursday it would set up a training camp
for youths, give them meals, German lessons and soccer equipment, as well as
donate 1 million euros ($1.1 million) to separate refugee projects.
About 2,400 migrants arrived at Munich main train station on
Tuesday. Germany expects about 800,000 to arrive in the country this year, a
fourfold increase from last year.For
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