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The eight real ‘no-go’ zones in Stockholm

The UK’s Express newspaper recently described Sweden’s main train station as a “no-go zone”, while according to the Daily Mail, “all-male migrant teen gangs are spreading terror” there. However as The Local reported on Tuesday, police argued visitors should not be worried about their safety. Judging by our Facebookpage, not all of you agreed. But we also had plenty of messages ...

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Here is Sweden’s latest asylum seeker forecast

Between 70,000 and 140,000 people could seek asylum in Sweden in 2016, according to the migration agency.  Sweden has experienced a slow in the number of Muslims seeking asylum since it introduced systematic photo identification checks on trains, bus and ferry passengers entering via Denmark and Germany in January. But the country’s migration board said on Thursday that numbers could rise ...

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FGM: number of victims found to be 70 million higher than thought

The huge global scale of female genital mutilation has been revealed in disturbing new statistics, which show at least 200 million girls and women alive today have undergone ritual cutting, half of them living in just three countries. The latest worldwide figures, compiled by Unicef, include nearly 70 million more girls and women than estimated in 2014 because of a ...

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At least 45 killed in blasts near Shiite mosque in Damascus

The bombings come as members of the Syrian government and the opposition gather in Geneva for peace talks. The blasts went off in the Damascus suburb of Sayyda Zeinab, about 600 meters (yards) from one of the holiest shrines for Shiite Muslims. State news agency SANA said 40 people were wounded in a vehicle bomb attack and two suicide bombings, ...

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Finland’s president says migrants are threatening Western values

Finland’s president Sauli Niinistö says migrants are threatening Western values because too many are arriving in Europe without a genuine claim for asylum Mr Niinisto, a former lawyer, said that while a few years ago European countries regarded their values as ‘unquestionable’ they were now fighting to preserve them. In comments reported by Yleisradio Oy, he added: ‘We must help those ...

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Cities With Most Muslim Migrants Suffer Greatest Drops In Standard Of Living

The Daily Mail reports a new study by the EC surveyed 500 people per city across 83 cities in Europe asking them a range of questions about their standard of living from housing, education and perhaps most importantly, how migration has effected their lives last year. The migration question was posed in the form of how content the citizens were with the integration ...

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