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Brest: suspects planned terror attack

BrestThe seven terror suspects in Brest, arrested on Monday January 20, were placed in pre-trial detention. They were targeting two locations in the city.

Salvini: No presumption of innocence for drug dealers

BolognaOpposition League leader Matteo Salvini said he would not uphold the presumption of innocence for drug-related crimes.

Migrant smugglers use Instagram in Turkey

The social network now makes it possible to connect smugglers and candidates for illegal immigration to Europe.

Austria’s interior minister refuses migrant redistribution

ZagrebAustrian Interior Minister Karl Nehammer (ÖVP) has confirmed Austria's refusal to redistribute migrants to the EU member states. Looking at the situation on the Greek islands, Nehammer spoke out against it at a meeting of EU interior ministers in Zagreb.

Orban: Austria a ‘natural partner’ of Visegrad 4 on immigration

PragueAustria is a “natural partner” of Hungary and the Visegrad Group, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said at a news conference in Prague after a summit of the leaders of the V4 countries and Austria on Thursday.

Mass protest against US presence rocks Baghdad

BaghdadThe Iraqi capital city of Baghdad was rocked by mass protests on Friday, as hundreds of thousands of demonstrators marched against the presence of American troops in the country.

Radicalization: 16 members of French intelligence excluded since 2014

In question, according to Matignon, is the possible radicalization of the 16 people concerned, or that of those around them.

After court decision: No place for AfD party conference

BerlinAfter massive threats from Antifa, the Berlin AfD party conference planned for the coming weekend cannot take place. On Thursday, the Berlin district court announced its decision that the landlord of the Pankow ball room could not be forced to house the AfD despite a valid lease.

German mainstream party kicks out anti-Islam member

The regional arbitration court of the Berlin SPD has excluded the author and former finance senator Thilo Sarrazin from the party.

UN Human Rights Committee rules against deportation of ‘climate refugees’

GenevaThe United Nations Human Rights Committee has ruled that global warming can serve as a reason for asylum seekers to stay. Governments should not deport people who are exposed to "life-threatening risks" due to climate change in their home countries, the committee said.