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Bulgaria tо Return Migrants to Turkey from June 1

Bulgaria will be able to send back migrants who have crossed its border with Turkey illegally from June 1, according to the protocol signed between Sofia and Ankara on Thursday. The country is the first among EU member states to sign the protocol, which sets procedures for sending refugees back to Turkey. “The most important thing is that we are ...

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BRUSSELS’ decision to fine countries €250,000 for every refugee they refuse to admit has been blasted as BLACKMAIL

Hungary, Poland and Slovakia have all lashed out at the decision, which will leave countries who wish to control their own borders with bills of hundreds of millions of euros. Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said the plan, which was announced today, was a “dead-end street.” He said: “Regarding the fines proposed by the European Commission, it is blackmailing.” Polish ...

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‘There is NO place for Islam in our politics’ poll highlights Germany’s discontent

The results hint at a dramatic changing attitude of the nation’s population towards the religion over the past year, which has seen the arrival of more than one million migrants. In January, 37 per cent of people said Islam did have a place in Germany, but this has dropped to just 22 per cent, according to figures released by tabloid ...

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European Union Proposes Visa­Free Travel for Turks

The European Union authorities proposed visa­free travel in the bloc for Turkish citizens on Wednesday, a significant step for the group of 28 nations as it struggles to come to terms with the migrant crisis and hew to its humanitarian values. An accord reached on March 18, in which the bloc pledged to introduce visa waivers by the end of ...

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Italy launches astonishing attack on Austria as migrant tensions intensify

In an outspoken attack Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said Vienna’s planned to build a fence on the border between the two countries to keep out migrants was “dangerous”. While he did elaborate on what he meant by the “ghosts and spectres of the past” his remarks could be seen in Austria as a thinly-veiled swipe at the country’s historical involvement ...

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Shocking scale of Turkey’s Islamist terror threat facing British tourists

Officials in Ankara revealed they have thwarted an astonishing 85 terror attacks – including defusing LIVE bombs – since the turn of the year alone. A popular tourist spot, more than 2,500,000 British nationals visit Turkey every year for the sun, sea and exotic markets. But holidaymakers could be putting themselves at risk of serious injury or even death as ...

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Anger over ‘martyrs’ exhibition for Brussels and Paris bombers in Copenhagen

A Copenhagen art exhibit planning to portray two of the Brussels suicide bombers and one of the Paris Bataclan attackers as “martyrs” has been reported to police for encouraging terrorism. In an exhibit partly inspired by Tehran’s Martyrs’ Museum, a Danish group of artists plans to include brothers Ibrahim and Khalid el-Bakraoui, who detonated bombs in the deadly Brussels attacks ...

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‘Sharia police’ that patrolled German city to be tried

A German court says a group of Islamic extremists who patrolled the streets of the city of Wuppertal in orange vests with the words “Sharia police” can be tried for violating laws against wearing uniforms with political messages. The Duesseldorf state court on Tuesday reversed a lower court’s dismissal of the case after prosecutors appealed. The group of nine men ...

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Europe’s Migration Crisis: No End in Sight

According to France’s Defense Minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian, 800,000 migrants are currently in Libyan territory waiting to cross the Mediterranean. The multitude of very costly social problems that Muslim migration into Europe has caused thus far, do not exist in this whitewashed European Union report, where the “research” indicates that migrants are always a boon. Similarly, any mention of the ...

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Germany’s right-wing AfD party adopts anti-Islam manifesto

Germany’s right-wing populist AfD Sunday adopted an anti-Islam policy in a manifesto that also demands curbs to immigration, as a poll showed it is now the country’s third strongest party. Formed only three years ago on a eurosceptic platform, the Alternative for Germany (AfD) has gained strength as the loudest protest voice against Chancellor Angela Merkel’s welcome to refugees that ...

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