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Three frat students attacked in Jena

JenaThree Jena fraternity students were assaulted last Sunday in the eastern German city. The attackers will be charged with assault and robbery following the attack.

Cologne police dismiss criticism after operation ‘against Muslims’

CologneThe police in Cologne, Germany have rejected the criticism of the Integration Council of the cathedral city after an operation against Muslims shouting "Allahu Akbar".

Quotas for migrants: Is France being ‘submerged’?

ParisIs France being "overwhelmed" by migrants, as the former Minister of the Interior Gerard Collomb suggested? Only the lack of data available to French voters may guarantee a dispassionate debate on immigration.

Raped Eastern-Cape woman: Was I a ‘settler who had to be killed’?

Political rhetoric and feelings of racial revenge fuel the horrific violence in South Africa, including violence against women and children. The story of Nicky, a white farmer's wife raped by a black attacker, has shocked the country and the world.

French community in uproar over Roma

Noisy-le-GrandA disused hotel that has been occupied by hundreds of Roma for a year now, has caused much unhappiness in a commune in the eastern suburbs of Paris, France.

Swiss court rules migrant too stupid to be deported

BaselThe Swiss federal court has prevented the expulsion of a criminal Kosovan due to his low intelligence quotient.

Merkel offers strange explanation for her failing health

BerlinThe explanation that German Chancellor Angela Merkel offered for her public bout of tremors during a ceremony, have raised fresh concerns about her failing health.

UK Home Secretary welcomes ‘thousands’ more asylum seekers

LondonUK Home Secretary Sajid Javid announced on Monday that the government is planning to accept "thousands" more migrants from the Middle East and Africa.

Thousands of rejected asylum seekers stuck in the Netherlands

The HagueThousands of rejected migrants are stuck in the Netherlands because their home countries have refused to allow them to return.

Paris Air Show: Boeing sees zero orders on first day

ParisBoeing's ill-fated 737 MAX has been costing the company dearly. The image of American aircraft maker has been tarnished and they are finding it increasingly difficult to do business as usual.