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Vincent van den Born
Out of every 100 of those guilty or suspected of murder or attempted murder in Sweden using firearms, 90 percent have at least one foreign-born parent. The vast majority, around 80% having roots in the Middle East or North Africa, while others have their roots in Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Turkey, Somalia, and Eritrea.
The Austrian newspaper ‘Krone’ yesterday published an interview with the 15-year-old victim of the Tulln gang rape, which took place at the end of April 2017. An Afghan and a Somali asylum seeker have been arrested in the case, while a third suspect is still at large.
“I will not change my positions to be acceptable the next time. Because I am convinced we are losing our country. We are capitulating. Things will go very, very wrong.”
The Danish Supreme Court conclusively convicted a 27-year-old Congolese domestic household assistant to life in prison. His earlier convictions for chasing and raping several women in Copenhagen between July 2014 and February 2015 were upheld yesterday by the country’s highest court.
The 22-year-old, unnamed man, previously was in a relationship with the victim and reported to the police for assaulting her earlier this year.
After negotiations to form a new government for the Netherlands broke down over the subject of immigration, the second largest party, Geert Wilder’s PVV has demanded that he be included in new negotiations.
Hungary is again under fire from the European Parliament (EP) for a variety of reasons. The accusations, which are stated but never fully argued, range from being “highly misleading and biased”…
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On Tuesday a senior official confirmed that a 19-year-old Afghan was apprehended, as the evidence mounting against him was overwhelming. A second suspect, a 19-year-old Somalian, against whom there is DNA-evidence as well, is on the run. About the third suspect, relatively little is known.
The ECJ’s Opinion means that future trade agreements will have to go through the same procedure as the recently CETA trade agreement and are required to pass National Parliaments and maybe face referendums.