Two 18-year-old Syrian men have been convicted to four years in prison for the rape of a 22-year-old woman in the Danish city of Aalborg this winter. Following their detention, the Arab duo will be expelled from Denmark for good, the court today decided.
“From the first day we worked on the ground on the immigration issue (…) we will not allow anyone to prey on the weakest. And at the same time, we need to listen to the Roman citizens: we cannot allow creating further social tensions. For this I find it impossible, as well as risky, to think of continuing to receive more migrants.”
“To make the victim more pliable, they are said to have beaten her, strangled her and to have kept her mouth shut. The charges are based on the victim’s testimony, but also on DNA-traces of the men found on the woman.”
“A tree-trunk roadblock was installed by migrants between exits 49 and 50. The truck struck one of the three heavy lorries blocked by the roadblock and caught fire.”
Alright, so that just happened. Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling blamed former UKIP-chief Nigel Farage for the terrorist attack on Finsbury Park mosque. Luckily for Farage, he’s a lad-emperor who knows how to respond to this sort of madness.
Well, after Lebanon and Tunisia banned the movie Wonder Woman from its cinemas due to its lead actress being an Israeli, Muslims everywhere are apparently not supposed to watch the movie, let…
A 17-year-old Afghan asylum seeker in Sweden has yesterday been convicted to ten months in juvenile detention plus temporary deportation for gang raping a mildly mentally challenged girl with a 14-year-old accomplice, during mid-January in Arlöv, near the city of Malmö. The victim, who is below the age of eighteen, was also filmed and threatened by the two assailants.
The production of the all-important Lithium-Ion-batteries causes large emissions of harmful substances. It was already known that the need for rare resources used in electric cars has an important impact on the environment, but now it becomes clear that electric mobility itself isn’t that good for the environment either.
At 11:00 BST today, day one of the Brexit negotiations will lift off at the European Commission buildings in Brussels. Subjects for the negotiations include the status of expats, the UK’s “divorce bill” and the Northern Ireland border. Brexit Secretary David Davis will call for “a deal like no other in history,” and sources say the talks will follow the EU’s preferred pattern of exit negotiations first, with the future relations between the two sides – including the free trade deal the UK is seeking – at a later date.