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Germany blast: Ansbach bar explosion ‘leaves one dead

  Image copyrightEPAImage captionArmed police have sealed off the centre of Ansbach An explosion at a bar in the southern German city of Ansbach, near Nuremberg, has killed one person and injured at least 11 others, reports say. There are conflicting reports about the cause, although the city’s mayor is quoted as saying it was an “explosive device”. Police have ...

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The Terrifying Power of Muslim Interpreters in Germany

“Everything I told you then is true. … But the interpreter there told me that a faithful woman must not use words like sex and rape. Words like that would dishonor my husband and our family. She also said that I was a blasphemer, because I went to the police. No woman should report her own husband. The husband must ...

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France is ‘on the verge of a civil war’ which could be sparked by a mass sexual assault on women by migrants

France is on the verge of a ‘civil war’ which could be sparked by the mass sexual assault of women by migrants similar to the one seen in Cologne on New Year’s Eve, the country’s head of intelligence has said. He believes the situation is so tense and fragile that another major Islamist terror attack or mass migrant sexual assault ...

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Germany rape law: ‘No means No’ law passed

Germany’s parliament has passed a new law defining rape, clarifying that “No means No”, even if a victim did not fight back. Critics believe Germany has long lagged behind other developed nations when it comes to its rape laws. The issue was again brought to the fore after a number of sex attacks on women in Cologne on New Year’s ...

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George Soros: Merkel’s open door policy has brought ‘chaos’ to Europe

Billionaire financier George Soros has accused Angela Merkel of bringing ‘chaos’ to Europe through her open-door immigration policy. The Hungarian, who ‘broke the Bank of England’ in 1992, said the German Chancellor’s decision to ‘open her country’s doors wide to refugees’ was ‘not properly thought out’. Soros, 85, said a ‘lack of adequate controls’ sparked panic across the continent and that ...

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Major fire at refugee camp in German city of Düsseldorf

Atrade fairground used as a refugee camp in the German city of Düsseldorf has caught fire, as reported by German media agencies on Tuesday. All refugees on the premises were fortunately removed to safety following the outbreak of fire, reports stated. There is currently a dark cloud of smoke over the city of Düsseldorf. There is already an international publishing ...

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No Future for EU-Turkey Migrant Deal

“It can be expected that, as soon as Turkish citizens will obtain visa-free entry to the EU, foreign nationals will start trying to obtain Turkish passports … or use the identities of Turkish citizens, or to obtain by fraud the Turkish citizenship. This possibility may attract not only irregular migrants, but also criminals or terrorists.” — Leaked European Commission report, ...

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Dozens of terrorism suspects among refugees who entered Germany

German authorities are investigating 40 cases in which Islamic militants are suspected of having entered the country with the recent flood of refugees from the Middle East, the federal police said on Wednesday. That represents a doubling of such cases since January and is likely to deepen concerns about the threat level in Germany, which has not suffered a large-scale ...

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Munich knife attack: One dead as man shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ attacks four at train station in Grafing, Germany

One killed, three wounded in attack near Munich, Germany Attack took place at 5am local time at train station in Grafing Attacker reportedly shouted “Allahu akbar” and “you infidels!” Suspect arrested, identified as German citizen, 27 Attacker “suffered from psychiatric issues” A German man has been arrested after several people were stabbed at a train station near Munich early Tuesday. One victim died ...

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Erdogan seeks injunction against German media boss for backing Böhmermann

A lawyer for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Monday he was seeking a preliminary injunction from Cologne’s Regional Court against Mathias Döpfner. Attorney Ralf Höcker said he took the step because the Axel Springer chief had repeated an accusation of bestiality contained in Jan Böhmermann’s poem. Höcker said the Cologne court had already gagged a filmmaker who made a ...

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