WarsawAccording to the final results of the election, Andrzej Duda narrowly won against the mayor of Warsaw, Rafal Trzaskowski.
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The HagueCan anything be done about immigration policy in the Netherlands? The answer to this question was found in the policy directive sent on July 3 from the ministry to the Tweede Kamer.
Upplands VäsbyTwo parents in Upplands Väsby in Sweden detained a 16-year-old migrant who is suspected of the attempted rape of their 11-year-old son. The Somali citizen is also suspected of raping a 12-year-old and was earlier sentenced to juvenile custody for other crimes.
BerlinOn Thursday, German spy chief Thomas Haldenwang - an adherent of Chancellor Merkel's CDU party - and Interior Minister Seehofer presented the domestic intelligence report for 2019. Their key message was that the greatest danger comes from the right-wing.
San FranciscoTwitter blocked several Identity Movement (IB) accounts on Friday. Among other things, the official channels of IB Germany, France, Denmark, Austria, Great Britain and Italy were deleted.
TorontoA number of Black Lives Matter (BLM) representatives, including the founder of BLM-Toronto, Yusra Khogali, have both openly and consistently glorified violence and racism. Nevertheless, BLM is portrayed in the system media as a "peaceful" opponent of racism.
IstanbulThe first call to Muslim prayer from inside Hagia Sophia will once again be heard after over eight decades. The historic house of worship located in Istanbul, has served as a Greek Orthodox Christian patriarchal cathedral, a Roman Catholic cathedral, an Ottoman mosque, and a secular museum. As of July 2020 the site has been reclassified as a mosque by the President of Turkey.
CologneIt happened in broad daylight, in the middle of "colourful", cosmopolitan, multi-cultural Cologne. Cologne’s assistant mayor Elfi Scho-Antwerpes (67) was confronted with the harsh reality of a society that lacks universally accepted values. The well-known politician from Cologne quickly called... the police.
HamburgData in a German city shows that when violence is used against the police, the suspects are foreigners in 40 percent of the cases.