“We have found a body that we think is the missing woman. But it needs to be formally identified and that hasn’t happened yet.”
A group of unaccompanied ‘refugee children’ in Sweden are threatening to kill themselves and to “ensure some Swedes follow them in death,” if they are denied asylum after if they have to undergo new and more accurate age tests.
Last Sunday, the Greek government presented the new budget proposal for 2017-2021. In it, they lowered the GDP growth target for the year to 1.8% from a previous estimate of 2.7%.
Earlier on Monday, police announced that three men in their twenties have been arrested on suspicion of kidnapping the missing nineteen-year-old and are held for questioning.
ICV’s Jordi Manils (32) stated to local media that: “the presence of ‘grid girls’ does not fit the 21st century, or to a society that is modern and equal for all (…) it objectifies women and turns their bodies into ornaments.”
Dutch youth on crutches assaulted by peer. Police confirmed one arrest this morning. pic.twitter.com/cKBzY3whdF — The Old Continent (@TheoldCon) 13 mei 2017 Published yesterday evening on the popular Dutch video…
In 2008, UAE princess Shekha Alnehayan and her seven daughters travelled to Brussels with 19 other servants, attending to the eight princesses 24/7, without enough food, without a bed – and without a visa, let alone a work permit.
Police station ‘Davidwache’, on the famous Hamburg Reeperbahn, will be guarded by a private security company due to the G20 summit this July. Its police officers have shown severe signs of stress and exhaustion and were unable to protect their own headquarters.
Horrified schoolchildren and parents witnessed how the victim, a man in his thirties, was being chased on foot by two masked men, who shot and killed him after he had fled into a car.
“Out of respect for all the other cultures that enrich our school. A diversity that makes us extremely proud.”