When the retrial took place, the Higher Court reached a verdict of seven years; way lower than the maximum of 15 years it could have given. But yesterday, the Austrian Supreme Court ruled that even that sentence was too severe, and lowered the punishment to 4 years in prison in a final verdict.
The UN’s World Health Organisation spends more on travel each year than on AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined
Last year, the WHO spent $200 million on travel expenses. That amount is more than its aids- ($71 million), hepatitis-, malaria- ($61 million), and tuberculosis projects ($59 million) combined.
What happened that night is not exactly known. Some sources claim that the girl agreed to meet with the man, others merely state that they were members of the same group. What is clear, however, is that the girl claims that around 23:30 the man from Eritrea raped her. She confided in a friend, who informed the police immediately. Not much later, the Eritrean man was picked up at the Hennef railway station by the crew of a police patrol car.
JUST IN: @CBSNews can now confirm Salman Abedi as the name of the suspected Manchester bomber pic.twitter.com/nJxcPxlmRZ — CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) 23 mei 2017 Eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos from…
UK Prime Minister May said in an interview with The Sunday Telegraph that “money paid in the past” by the UK must be taken into account in the final Brexit divorce bill. More specific, she implied that Brussels must pay its own Brexit bill of billions of pounds for Britain’s share of the European Investment Bank and other joint projects.
Just so you know, stuff like this is now officially transphobic and will soon be scrapped from the British campaign repertoire by the Ministry of Sanctioned Banter.
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.
Counter-protesters sporting signs saying “Feminism is not racism”, who insisted on slandering the women as “racist manipulators”.