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Vincent van den Born
Because the government feared Alhinto would apply for asylum while in the Netherlands, De Balie was forced to stand bail to the amount of €10,000 to cover the cost of any medical expenses and the costs for repatriation that might be incurred by the state. If she were to apply for asylum, De Balie would be liable for €50,000 over the course of five years.
Two days before the U.K. general elections, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan went on ITV’s Good Morning Britain. In a heated debate with host Pierce Morgan, he was grilled over…
Police and Public Prosecutors suspect a large-scale fraudulent scheme throughout Germany; RBB claims 700 cases in Berlin alone. Women from Vietnam, Africa, and Eastern Europe ask for asylum in Germany while pregnant. They then pay a German ‘sham father,’ lawyers and notaries up to €5000 for an acknowledgement of paternity.
“My coat had been taken off and he had his hand on my throat. The only thing I remember is that he was enormously strong. I couldn’t do anything. I was gurgling and knew for certain: I am going to die.”
“This is a serious violation. The defendant has used the kindness of the victim, the only one in the family to care about him.”
Twitter was singled out for lagging behind the other players. While Facebook ad YouTube removed 66% and 66.5% of flagged ‘hate speech’ respectively, Twitter only removed 37.5%.
During a visit to Vienna two years ago, Geert Wilders called Islam an “ideology of war and hatred.” The leader of the PVV, the Netherlands’ second largest party, also said that “Islam calls on people to become terrorists, the Quran leaves no doubt about that.”
Stones are thrown at buses, bus stops are vandalised, cars are set on fire or overthrown. Heavy fireworks are set off and the police are perpetually too late to arrest anybody. It is Ramadan, and Dutch cities are in the grip of a series of ‘unrelated incidents’ involving Muslim youths.
A 33-year-old man has died on Wednesday, late afternoon in the inner city of Oldenburg, Germany. Before being stabbed, he was arguing with two men aged 22, according to a police statement. Preliminary investigations seem to indicate the men were arguing religion, when one of the 22-year-olds pulled out a knife and stabbed the older man.
Even though the suspects were apprehended on the night of the abuse, it has taken the authorities until 31 May to actually start prosecuting suspects Ali (16-years-old at the time of the fight) and Alem (18) for grievous bodily harm. Both have records and are known to the police.
Investigators think he planned a suicide attack. When asked about his target, Schröter said:”we presume Berlin.” According to preliminary findings of the police, the suspect has immigrated to Germany in 2015, illegaly, and has since registered as an asylum seeker.