HEIDENAU, GERMANY - AUGUST 26:  An onlooker holds a sign that reads: "Nation Traitor" during a visit by German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the nearby aslyum shelter that was the focus of recent violent protests on August 26, 2015 in Heidenau, Germany. Onlookers standing outside yelled: "Foreigners out!" and "Liar Press" ("Luegenpresse") during Merkel's visit and right-wing demonstrators clashed violently with police last weekend near the shelter. This is Merkel's first visit to a shelter for migrants seeking asylum in Germany. Germany is expecting to receive at least 800,000 migrants and refugees this year and the country has seen a spate of protests, arson attacks and violence by right-wing protesters opposed to the arrival of the migrants in recent weeks.  (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

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