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First Time In A Decade, Italian-Flagged Vessel Returns Migrants To Libya

For the first time since 2009, an Italian ship has returned migrants from the high seas to a Libyan port, an operation which has enraged open borders NGOs and which is likely to bring strong rebuke from international bodies. By – Damien Cowley Scroll 4video The UNHCR (United Nations High Commission for Refugees) has already announced the opening of an enquiry ...

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Gaddafi’s Prophecy for Europe is Coming True

The flow of migrants coming to Europe from Africa is likely to grow in the coming years, For decades Libya served as a firewall halting the tide of refugees heading to the EU. Now when Libya lies in ruins European leaders see that late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was right, Schwarz stressed. By – Bernhard Schwarz Scroll 4video Former Libyan leader ...

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Denmark’s burqa ban comes into force

A burqa ban has come into force in Denmark with protests expected over the new law that could see repeat offenders jailed for up to six months. By –  AP  Scroll 4video Restrictions on Islamic face veils were approved by MPs in May after being brought forward by the country’s centre-right coalition, known for tightening asylum and immigration rules in recent years. ...

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Spain can’t cope with millions of Africans

Spain is the new center of Europe’s migrant crisis – and the conservative Popular Party leader Pablo Casado has blamed the socialist government after they accepted migrant rescue boat ‘Aquarius,’ which Italy had turned away. By – Europe The rescue boat, which carried 630 migrants, has been operated since February 2016 by SOS Mediterranee and Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF). Italy ...

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“Millions of Africans” try to get to Europe via Spain

After his sister was lynched for being a lesbian and he was hounded for being related to her, Lassana Koulibaly fled his native Mali. By – Guy Hedgecoe Scroll 4video With the vague idea of reaching Europe, the 20-year-old traveled through Algeria and Libya before arriving in Morocco, where a friend told him to try to get to Spain. “I had ...

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Hungarian PM sees shift to illiberal Christian democracy in 2019 European vote

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Saturday that European parliament elections next year could bring about a shift toward illiberal “Christian democracy” in the European Union that would end the era of multiculturalism. By – Reuters The right-wing nationalist Orban, re-elected in April to a third consecutive term, has spearheaded eastern European resistance to EU moves to have member states ...

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France Saint-Denis: 300,000 illegal migrants are living in one French suburb

On a steamy summer’s night, the sounds and smells are of Africa. Hawkers grill meat on fires built inside shopping trolleys. By – Andrew Malone Scroll 4video Others sell corn, which pops on the flames. People jostle and sweat; thick smoke hangs in the air. West African women — les Reines de Marchand, the Queens of the Market — sell fake ...

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Amsterdam ‘lawless jungle’ at night, ombudsman warns

Tourist hotspot Amsterdam turns into a “lawless jungle” after dark with the police powerless to intervene against crime and violence, the city’s ombudsman warned in an interview Saturday. By – AFP “The city centre becomes an urban jungle at night,” Amsterdam’s official ombudsman Arre Zuurmond told Dutch daily Trouw, warning of illegal car and bike races zooming through the streets, open ...

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Copenhagen Imam Mundhir Abdallah Calls for Jihad and Conquer Of Europe

Copenhagen Imam Mundhir Abdallah said, in an address streamed live on Facebook on July 23, 2017, that “the final solution to the problem of the Levant – after the establishment of the Caliphate and the elimination of the Jewish entity – will be through the conquest of Europe.” By – Memri “Europe must be invaded again,” he said, calling for a ...

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Iran’s Long History of Terror and Espionage in Europe

The Iranian regime’s potent espionage and assassination network in Europe has operated largely without interruption since the Islamic revolution of 1979. European governments have caught and imprisoned individual terrorists, yet they fail to deter Tehran because they only punish the perpetrators, not the regime that gives them their orders. By – Toby Dershowitz & Benjamin Weinthal German prosecutors have filed charges of conspiracy ...

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