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Germany: More and more migrants accuse themselves of being terrorists to improve their chances of being allowed to remain

According to media reports, an ever-greater number of asylum-seekers in Germany are accusing themselves of belonging to a terrorist organization. As the newspapers Stuttgarter Nachrichten and Schwäbische Zeitung have reported, the public prosecutors in Stuttgart and Karlsruhe recorded 159 cases of this nature in the first quarter of this year …

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Italy: A 22-year-old Algerian, recently expelled from France, drives into Pompeii’s cathedral to “feel closer to Allah”

Othman Jridi, a 22-year-old Algerian who was recently expelled from France, terrified pilgrims at the Shrine of the Virgin of the Rosary of Pompeii as he drove at full speed into the pedestrian zone, stopping suddenly at the concrete blocks that had only recently been installed to stop a possible …

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Hungarian Minister: “The latest attack in France proves that there is a close correlation between immigration and terrorism. Hungary considers immigration to be a vital danger »

Events like the latest terrorist attack in France highlight the importance of security, Peter Szijjarto, the Hungarian foreign minister, said on Friday. According to press reports, an attacker of Moroccan descent killed three and wounded two at a supermarket in Trebes, in southern France, on Friday. The French police stormed …

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Trèbes, France: François, a former soldier and an employee at the Super U supermarket, evacuated 20 people at the risk of his own life

This man absolutely wants to remain discreet. In particular, he wants no pictures taken. His first name? ” François,” he replies, smiling, with a cigarette in his mouth and wearing his “Super U” jacket. This employee does not want to make himself known to the general public, although only a …

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