Leftist parents in Paris, who live in the heavily-migrant populated 18th arrondissement love "diversity" but not for their own children.
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Cape TownCape Town is facing Day Zero, when the water supply runs out. In 2017, southern Europe, especially Italy and Spain, had a devastating drought that caused huge damage to agriculture, and yet their cities did not run out of water.
BerlinBerlin Police waited 10 days to release photos of a suspect in an extraordinarily cruel attack on an 87-year-old lady. The original account of the viscious assault is extremely disturbing.
Three weeks after graduating from Brandeis University in the United States, Karin McQuillan, a psychotherapist and mystery novelist, was in Senegal with the Peace Corps, where she ran a community center in a village down near the Guinee border.
RotterdamWhen the police force in Rotterdam announced that they would be testing a new enforcement method, in which officers could seize expensive clothing if it was unclear how it was paid for, the country’s law enforcement showed they would no longer let criminals taunting them of the hook.
RotterdamHundreds of conservative demonstrators crowded a main square at Rotterdam's central station on Saturday to protest against the "discrimination against ordinary Dutch citizens" in favour of immigrants and Muslims.
ViennaAustria's new interior minister on Thursday was quoted as ordering the creation of a "border protection unit" to stop a repeat of the 2015 flood of migrants.
After two recent attacks by Syrian youths on Germans took place at the Blechen Carré, Cottbus, protesters gathered in the city on Saturday afternoon to denounce immigration. Notably, no counter-demonstration took place.
The female on track to become the first African-American crew member on the International Space Station this year, was pulled from her mission by the space agency, Mercury News reported.