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Putin Says Russia Will Begin Withdrawing Its Military From Syria

Vladimir Putin has announced he will begin withdrawing most of Russia’s air force from Syria. Moscow began conducting airstrikes in the war-torn country in September to help President Bashar al-Assad’s offensive against rebel and jihadist groups. Putin and Assad spoke by phone on Monday, agreeing their goals had mostly been accomplished. Monitors have said more than 1,000 civilians were killed ...

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Turkey: World Champion Violator of Right to Freedom of Speech

“[T]hey have launched an investigation against me in accordance with article 301 because I mentioned ‘peace, brotherhood, and human rights’ in my statement to the press. Hundreds of lawsuits have been brought against lawyers and members of opposition in Turkey because they talked about peace and brotherhood.” — Ilhan Ongor, Co-President of the Adana branch of the Human Rights Association. ...

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Islamic State Closing in on Germany

Hans-Georg Maaßen, the head of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency (BfV), warned that the Islamic State was deliberately planting jihadists among the refugees flowing into Europe, and reported that the number of Salafists in Germany has now risen to 7,900. This is up from 7,000 in 2014 and 5,500 in 2013. “Salafists want to establish an Islamic state in Germany.” — ...

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‘Cologne is normal day’ in Europe

A live map created by a German activist group tracks police reports of alleged rapes (purple) and attacks on children (red) supposedly committed by migrants across the region. GERMANY, Sweden and other European countries are facing growing public unrest amid a wave of reports of sexual assaults since the Cologne attacks. New York-based conservative think tank Gatestone Institute has compiled ...

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Sweden: ‘We’ll take Merkel to court over migrant chaos’

Merkel faces fresh migrant crisis turmoil with Sweden threatening to take Germany to court The Nordic country has lashed out against its fellow EU member claiming it is breaching a convention which says countries can send migrants back to where they were originally registered.Stockholm says Germany is refusing to cooperate and has threatened to take Merkel’s government to the European ...

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Inside the sleepy Swedish town rocked by EIGHT sex attacks in three weeks by Muslims

The streets are deserted after dark in a sleepy Swedish town which is a now no-go zone for women after eight sex attacks in three weeks. Women have been warned by police not to walk alone at night after the once peaceful town of Östersund was shaken to its core by a string of vicious attacks on females and even ...

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Belgium Spooked by Migrant Influx

ZEEBRUGGE, Belgium — Don’t feed the refugees, and calls for a “camp like Guantanamo.” This is just some of the rhetoric coming out of Belgium, where a new front line in the European migrant crisis has opened up. While the influx in the tiny nation has yet to reach the crisis levels of its neighbors, a possible incursion of migrants ...

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Rapist swaps telephone number with victim

A teenage Muslim who raped an Austrian mum in broad daylight was caught because he insisted that they exchanged phone numbers after sex. The 18-year-old who was living in an asylum seeker centre near to where the attack took place had even tried to use the number to call his female victim before finally being arrested. The attack, which was ...

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Sex attacks on the rise in Austria

Austrian officials say sex attacks are now at the highest level they have been for years with an average of 12 new cases being reported every day. It includes a high over the New Year period when 24 cases were reported even though at the time police had denied there had been any incidents. They later admitted lying in order ...

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Denmark: Merkel ‘underestimated’ refugee crisis

Danish foreign minister Kristian Jensen complained on Wednesday that German Chancellor Angela Merkel had underestimated how many refugees would flood into her country under a former open door policy. Denmark and Sweden have temporarily reintroduced border checks in an attempt to control the migrant flow, but Jensen said much of the problem stemmed from poor planning in their larger southern neighbor. “I ...

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