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Al-Qaeda is taking control of a pivotal Middle East country

REUTERS/Khaled AbdullahSanaa, Yemen The 11-month-long chaotic civil war in Yemen has reached a decisive moment. The Saudi-led coalition and Yemeni government forces are now about 30 miles from the capital, Sana’a. The city was captured in September 2014 by a coalition of Shiite Houthi rebels and elite military units loyal to the country’s former dictator, Ali Abdullah Saleh. The battle ...

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Switzerland: Anti-immigrant climate sparks citizenship rush

Figures from the Swiss immigration office show that the number of naturalizations rose by around 20 percent in 2015, with 40,588 people in Switzerland becoming Swiss citizens, up from 32,988 in 2014. The rise reverses a recent trend, as naturalizations had been in steady decline from 2006 to 2014. The nationalities most inclined to get a Swiss passport in 2015 ...

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Danish PM: EU can’t handle another year of refugee crisis

As EU leaders met in Brussels to negotiate British Prime Minister David Cameron’s reforms package, Lars Løkke Rasmussen told reporters that Europe has reached its breaking point in the ongoing refugee crisis. “We need to find solutions that work. Because we cannot handle yet another year with an influx like they one we saw last year. Especially not if the ...

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Samples confirm Islamic State used mustard gas in Iraq

Islamic State militants attacked Kurdish forces in Iraq with mustard gas last year, a diplomat said, citing tests by the global chemical arms watchdog. A source at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) confirmed that laboratory tests had come back positive for sulphur mustard, after around 35 Kurdish troops were sickened on the battlefield last August. The ...

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Germany: Migrant Crime Skyrockets

The actual number of crimes in Germany committed by migrants in 2015 may exceed 400,000. The report does not include crime data from North Rhine-Westphalia, the most populous state in Germany and also the state with the largest number of migrants. North Rhine-Westphalia’s biggest city is Cologne, where, on New Year’s Eve, hundreds of German women were sexually assaulted by ...

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Four Muslims charged with rape at refugee center in Vestfold

Four men are charged with rape and gross bodily injury of a 19-year-old man at a reception center in Oslo in December. The accused and the victim is said to have been aquainted before they arrived in Norway. We have made judicial examination of victims and lengthy questioning of all the defendants. We have a film of the abuse,  filmed ...

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Asylum seeker rape weeks after taking course on how to treat women

A TEENAGE Muslim migrant has been charged with raping a female worker at a Red Cross asylum seeker centre – just weeks after taking a course on how to treat women. The 16-year-old was alleged to have attacked the worker after following her from a catering firm into a basement, prosecutors said. It marks the latest in a string of alleged ...

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Moment ISIS father sends son on death mission to kill

A PHOTOGRAPHER with the Islamic State (ISIS) captured the horrifying moment a child suicide bomber kisses his father goodbye before ramming his truck into Syrian soldiers killing himself and them instantly. IG An ISIS child bomber kisses his father goodbye The youngster, who appears to be aged around 11, is identified as Abu ‘Imara al-‘Omri in an ISIS propaganda shot ...

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Google search says ‘Muslims support terrorism

Google was autocorrecting searches so that they read “Muslims support terrorism”, according to reports. In a slip-up that has now been fixed, Google would tell people searching for “Muslims report terrorism” that they might have been looking instead for “Muslims support terrorism”. The problem appears to have appeared automatically, and through no manual input from anyone at Google. It instead ...

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Denmark jewellery law raises no money in first week

Migrants check a departure board at Copenhagen Central Station, Denmark Photo: Reuters A controversial new law empowering Danish police to search asylum seekers and strip them of cash and valuables has yet to raise any money at all. Denmark’s parliament at the end of January passed its so-called “jewellery law” in the face of worldwide condemnation, with even the UN’s refugee ...

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