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Migrant Rape Epidemic Reaches Austria

A 20-year-old asylum seeker from Iraq confessed to raping a 10-year-old boy at a public swimming pool in Vienna. The Iraqi said the rape was a “sexual emergency” resulting from “excess sexual energy.” Those who dare to link spiraling crime to Muslim mass migration are being silenced by the guardians of Austrian multiculturalism. According to data compiled by the Austrian ...

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The Failure of the Swedish Establishment

In Sweden’s third largest city, Malmö, the children of illegal migrants receive income support payments from the government, and the unemployment rate among foreign-born men aged 18-24 years is at 41%. In Sweden, those who do not have jobs receive generous welfare payments from the local authorities, and families in the country illegally have their rent paid by the taxpayers. ...

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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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Tense talks as Italy fumes over Austria migrant ‘slap’

Italy and Austria were set for showdown talks Thursday as Italian politicians and media reacted furiously to Vienna’s new anti-migrant measures that could close the border between the two countries. Austrian Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka, who has vigorously defended the controversial package which was driven by a surge of the far right, was due in Rome to explain his government’s ...

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Migrant crisis: Merkel and EU officials visit Turkey camp

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and top EU officials have joined Turkey’s PM to visit a migrant camp on the Turkish-Syrian border, as they seek to bolster a controversial EU-Turkey deal. The team met children and inspected living conditions at the Nizip camp, home to some 5,000 migrants. Human rights groups criticised the visit as “sanitised”. But European Council President Donald ...

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New law to punish migrants who fail to integrate

German Chancellor Angela Merkel‘s ruling coalition agreed Thursday on tough measures to spur the integration of migrants and refugees, including sanctions for failing to take part in programmes such as language classes. The deal, hammered out in six hours of late-night talks between Merkel‘s conservative Christian Union bloc and the Social Democrats (SPD), also included plans for new anti-terror legislation. “Now ...

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Migrant crisis: EU says Libya numbers alarming

The president of the European Council has warned Italy and Malta of large numbers of would-be migrants in Libya. Donald Tusk told MEPs that it would not be possible to apply the same approach used for the Balkans to unstable Libya. Italy’s coastguard says 4,000 people were rescued from the Mediterranean between Libya and Sicily on Monday and Tuesday. Meanwhile, ...

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The Latest: More than 2,000 people rescued on Europe gates

A young girl walks past a banner that reads, ”The European Union murderous”, during a march in support of refugees and migrants entering Europe, in Pamplona, northern Spain, Monday, April 11, 2016. (AP Photo/ Alvaro Barrientos) Migrant girls waits on public water pipe to fill water, at the makeshift camp at the northern Greek border point of Idomeni, Greece, Monday, ...

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Bulgaria’s vigilante migrant ‘hunter’

Image copyrightHristo Rusev A Bulgarian trader in spare parts for buses has become a national celebrity after starting to patrol the Turkish border “hunting” for migrants. Many Bulgarians applaud his vigilante initiative, though others are deeply troubled. “Bulgaria needs people like me, dignified Bulgarians, willing to defend their homeland,” says Dinko Valev, sipping a fresh-squeezed orange juice in a flashy ...

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