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Invest in migrants to avert ‘nuclear bomb’ of unrest in Europe

After decades of spending on infrastructure to develop poorer parts of Europe, the European Union must invest in migrants to avert a “nuclear bomb” of civil unrest, a top EU official said. By – Greg Scruggs Armed with a war chest of 350 billion euros ($428 billion) to spend by 2020 on its so-called cohesion policy, the European Union is aiming ...

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Danish Social Democrats want to send asylùm seekers to North Africa

Refugees will no longer have the option of claiming asylum “spontaneously” upon reaching Denmark’s borders, according to the recent toughening of immigration laws proposed by the Social Democrats. By – news-h24.com Instead, the Social Democrats want to send asylùm seekers to a Danish-rùn facility in an ùnspecified coùntry in North Africa while their cases are processed. Parties that woùld be reqùired to vote throùgh the proposal ...

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Final two British members of ISIS’s savage ‘Beatles’ gang were captured in Syria

The first pictures of the remaining ISIS ‘Beatles’ have been released after the pair were snared on their way back into Europe supposedly disguised as refugees. By – Rod Ardehali and Rory Tingle and Thomas Burrows Londoners Alexanda Kotey, 34, and El Shafee Elsheikh, 29, were captured in Syria last month while trying to escape to Turkey, according to Kurdish-led forces. Their capture comes ...

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Denmark proposes ban on Islamic full-face veil in public

The Danish government on Tuesday proposed a ban on Islamic full-face veils such as the niqab and burqa in public spaces, making it likely to become the next European country to restrict the wearing of the religious garment. By – france24 “It is incompatible with the values ??in Danish society and disrespectful to the community to keep one’s face hidden when ...

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EuropiStan: Islam Symbols Rises as Judeo-Christian disappear

The British housing market is now dealing with a new special entry: former Christian churches. A former Methodist church in Surrey was recently put on sale for the first time in its 154-year history. And a few days later, a church in London and went on the market — converted into apartments. By – Giulio Meotti Religious symbols are an integral ...

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Calais migrants: Five shot in mass brawl

At least five migrants have been shot during a mass brawl between Afghans and Eritreans in the French port city of Calais, local officials say.  By – bbc.com  A 37-year-old Afghan man is suspected of firing shots at a queue for food handouts. Four Eritreans aged between 16 to 18 are in a critical condition. Hundreds of migrants have converged on ...

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German city BANS any more refugees as violence by asylum seekers

 Cottbus, which has hosted 3,000 migrants since 2015, issued a temporary ban   Two Syrian teenagers were arrested on suspicion of injuring German youth  Also, a 15-year-old Syrian refugee was asked to leave city following assault  Meanwhile neo-Nazis took part in an illegal demonstration through city centre Cottbus follows other German towns that have also imposed ban on refugees By – Shari ...

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Alain Destexhe: Multiculturalist Elites Manipulated immigration figures in Belgium

Elites brought about a “profound transformation” of Belgian society without any public debate by manipulating immigration figures as more than one million migrants poured in, a liberal senator has alleged. By – Virginia Hale Writing in Le Figaro, Alain Destexhe said the realities of demographic change are being concealed across Europe by “the multiculturalist lobby which dominates universities, NGOs, public institutions and the ...

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‘Living time bombs’: German intelligence chief warns of ISIS fighters children returning to Germany

Germany’s domestic intelligence chief wants the government to review laws restricting the surveillance of minors to guard against the children of ISIS fighters returning to the country as “sleeper agents.” By – Andrea Shalal and Sabine Siebold Nearly 1,000 people are believed to have left Germany to join up with the Islamist militants. Now some are returning with family members. “We have ...

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Finns, worried by Russia, hand cautious president huge election win

Finland’s moderate President Sauli Niinisto cruised to a rare first round election win on Sunday as his delicate balancing of ties with neighbor Russia and the U.S.-led NATO military alliance resonated with voters. By – Jussi Rosendahl & Tuomas Forsell  The 69-year-old Niinisto, known for cultivating good relations with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, won his second six-year term with an overwhelming ...

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