BONN, Germany -- The
people who live in the trim row houses with well-tended gardens that
line the streets of this spa town along the Rhine like to boast of their
city's tolerance, which dates to its time as the capital of West
Germany and home to dozens of foreign embassies.
''We used to be a city of diplomats,'' said Christa Menden, who owns a flower shop.
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