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Confusion over immigration and crime is roiling European politics

AS MAYOR of the small Swedish town of Haparanda, Peter Waara has had his share of problems with refugees and with crime. The first refugees arrived in September 2015 (“the middle of moose-hunting season,” Mr Waara recalls), when Haparanda, which sits on the Finnish border, was deluged by busloads of Syrians and Iraqis who thought Finland would welcome them. They ...

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EU to migrants: Go home and stay home

Capitulating to populist anti-immigration politicians, European Union leaders are pulling up the drawbridge to migrants fleeing war, famine and poverty in Africa and the Middle East. By – Paul Taylor The cries of those drowning in the Mediterranean trying to reach Europe were drowned out at the EU summit last week by the sound of the Continent’s leaders washing their hands of the ...

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South Korea says no to 500 asylum seekers: We do not want “illegal hordes of Islamists”

On the South Korean island of Jeju, a tourist hot spot famed for blue waters and sandy beaches, Lee Hyang is angry. By –  Jihye Lee The target of her wrath? More than 500 asylum-seekers from war-torn Yemen looking for a safe place to live and work. Lee, who leads a local group demanding the Yemenis be deported, believes outsiders ...

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Islamic Immigration Is Fueling a Political Earthquake in Europe

Immigration from the Islamic world is causing a political earthquake in Europe and threatens the political future of its chief architect, German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Now the ‘rebellion’ against the European Union’s immigration policy is spreading. By – Dale Hurd More than 4 in 10 Germans now want Chancellor Angela Merkel to resign. Her coalition government could collapse if she can’t ...

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Muslim asylum seekers killed 182 people and injured 814 in Europe since 2014

Muslim asylum seekers have murdered or injured more than 1,000 people in terror attacks in Europe since 2014, a new report has revealed. By –  Ian Drury In the past four years, 32 Islamist plots have involved those who had sought sanctuary – or 16 per cent. Three of the potential atrocities were in the UK, including Parson Green tube bomber ...

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Italy’s ports are closed to migrant vessels

Italy’s interior minister has sparked a new migration crisis in the Mediterranean by barring two rescue boats from bringing refugees to shore, a week after the Aquarius was prevented from docking. By – Chris Stephen  “Two other ships with the flag of Netherlands, Lifeline and Seefuchs, have arrived off the coast of Libya, waiting for their load of human beings abandoned by ...

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Deadly African swine fever heading towards Sweden

“African swine fever can cause very high mortality among wild boar, which can cause major negative consequences for the hunting industry and game farming in Sweden,” says Anna Malmsten, a lawyer at the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency in a statement. By – Brünnhilde During recent years, the disease has rapidly spread in Europe and is now within Sweden’s vicinity. Wild boar ...

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Russia warns Norway of ‘consequences’ after it invites in more US Marines

Russia has vowed to retaliate if Norway invites the United States to more than double the number of Marines stationed in the country. By – Samuel Osborne  In a statement on its Facebook page, the Russian Embassy said it made the Scandinavian country “less predictable”, while warning it “could cause growing tensions, triggering an arms race and destabilising the situation in northern Europe,” It added: “We see it ...

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Turkish Government Official: Europe Will be Muslim

While many Europeans are still pilloried for viewing mass migration from Muslim-majority countries as a threat to Western culture — and are still accused of «xenophobia,» «Islamophobia» and «fear-mongering» — the city of Afrin, in the Kurdish area of Syria, fell to Turkey. By – Uzay Bulut At the same time, a prominent Turkish government official has been openly and proudly declaring that the ...

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Unique review investigates 112 men convicted of violence gang rape, Only 13 of them had two Swedish-born parents

Aftonbladet’s unique review of 112 boys and men convicted of violence gang rape reveals that the number of convictions has more than doubled in four years. By – Brünnhilde The rapists were usually young, and troubled. They were familiar with their victims. A large majority of them, specifically 82 of 112, were born in countries outside Europe. Gang rape violence is ...

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