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Germany: A Syrian student is standing trial for allegedly planning a bomb attack on a synagogue, and for attempting to force a 7-year-old boy to become a soldier for Daesh (ISIS).

Abdulhadi B. arrived in Germany from Syria in 2012 after being granted a student visa. He is accused of planning an attack on a synagogue in Berlin, and for attempting to coerce his girlfriend’s son into becoming a child soldier. Abdulhadi, who is a medical student studying in Würzburg, also …

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Berlin: A 19-year-old Afghan tried to drown his German girlfriend in a river. Not knowing how to swim, he himself drowned. The girl is safe and sound.

A 19-year-old Afghan tried to drown his German girlfriend in a river. Not knowing how to swim, he himself drowned. The girl is safe and sound. According to police reports, on 19 December 2017, an asylum seeker from Afghanistan quarreled with his 17-year-old German girlfriend and pushed her into the …

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The number of homeless elderly people in Germany has surged by 100 percent over the last seven years; however, 100 billion euros a year is being spent on “migrants.”

The German economist Eike Hamer recently estimated that the total costs of “migrants” for Germany is unclear. Officially, the government states that it is around 50 billion euros a year, but in reality the total cost is more than 100 billion euros a year. The expenses are hidden everywhere: in …

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Demonstration of force in Cottbus (Germany): Thousands of counter-demonstrators marched on Saturday against violence committed by migrants. A pro-migrant demonstration attracted only 600 people.

A group of about 600 protestors in the eastern German city of Cottbus, calling for acceptance and openness, were outnumbered by a much larger crowd of anti-migrant counter-protesters. At least 2,000 Right-wing counter-demonstrators gathered under the banner of the Right-wing organization Zukunft Heimat (Future Homeland) – a group which claims …

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