Essener Tafel, a food bank run by a charity in Essen, began to serve clients without German citizenship after a controversial three-month pause, on Wednesday. The foreign members were able to register themselves and receive the food once more. In January, Essener Tafel announced it would only allow German passport holders to apply for new membership cards. It claimed the high proportion of... Еще foreigners using the food bank's services dissuaded the elderly or single mothers from coming. Commenting on the ban for those without a German passport, one donator to the food bank said «of course, it is very sad when this part of the population is allowed, and this part of the population is not allowed, even though they are in need».