This video from Germany says about itself:
Refugees presents flowers in Cologne
COLOGNE, GERMANY – JANUARY 16: A group of activists, mostly refugees, holds banners. Following that they presented flowers to the other people in the street during a picket staged to highlight racist and anti-refugee actions in Cologne, Germany on January 16, 2016.
The demonstrators had with them, eg, banners saying in German: ‘We are Syrians. We are against anti-women violence’ and ‘We are refugees from Syrria. We oppose racism and sexism’.
From the (Conservative) Daily Telegraph in Britain:
EU leaders: ‘No link’ between Cologne sex attacks and migrant crisis
European Commission denies link between migration crisis and attacks on women in Germany
By Matthew Holehouse, Brussels
7:43PM GMT 29 Jan 2016
The sex attacks that took place in Cologne on New Year’s Eve were simply a “matter of public order” and had nothing to do with the refugee crisis, Jean-Claude Juncker’s inner circle believe.
The European Commission will be the “voice of reason” and tell the public that there is no link between the migration crisis affecting the continent and attacks on women in Germany, internal minutes disclose, amid growing fears of a “xenophobic” backlash. …
Cologne police says that usually each year in all those years before those refugees from Syria etc. arrived, there were about 50 reports of sexual harassment and rape during carnival celebrations.