Police measure to refugee inflow by Slovenia

Over the past 24 hours, more than 12,000 refugees have arrived in Slovenia, according to Slovenian police. Slovenia has asked the European Union (EU) for police force to help regulate the flow coming from Croatia, said Slovenian Interior Minister Vesna Gyorkos Znidar. European Commissioner for Migration and Home Affairs Dimitris Avramopoulos is visiting Slovenia to …

Cracks over refugees widen in the German coalition

The Ministry of the Interior plans to reenact the Dublin Agreement that specifies that those who seek asylum should apply for asylum where they first arrived in Europe: “The number of refugees, especially Syrians, significantly increased in October and November 2014 in a way no one expected. The given results force us to make new …

Surging islamophobia and “army” in Russia poses a great threat to new generation Muslims

Russia has been a scene for anti-islamist events for a long time. The pressure on Muslims is significantly on the rise in Russia with concerns about “terrorism” especially in addition the Syrian issue. The attacks of pro-Nazi groups, known as “Skinheads” in Russia, against Muslim families coming from Central Asia and the Caucasus and Russia …

BBC radio presenter makes racist jokes about Somali Olympic sailing team

BBC radio presenter Ian Timms has made reference to Somalian pirates while discussing the Somali Olympic team’s results at a sailing event in Rio. Ian says: “We’ve got some sailing results from the Olympics in Rio tongiht. Team GB have taken gold, Denmark have taken silver, and Somalia have taken a middle-aged couple who were …

A new Arkansas law allows husbands to sue wives to stop abortion – even in rape cases

A new Arkansas law will let a husband sue a doctor to stop his wife from getting a particular type of abortion. And it makes no exception for cases of spousal rape. The law, called the Arkansas Unborn Child Protection From Dismemberment Abortion Act, was passed and signed by Gov. Asa Hutchinson, and goes into …

UN refugee chief warns developed countries against politicizing plight of refugees

Filippo Grandi urges developed countries to show generosity to those fleeing conflict or risk undermining principle of solidarity. UN refugee chief Filippo Grandi on Friday warned developed countries against politicizing the issue of refugees, saying the move risked undermining the principle of international solidarity with those fleeing war and persecution. Speaking after a landmark four-day …

British Quaker ‘prepared for jail’ after allegedly trying to disarm Saudi Arabia-bound fighter jet

A Quaker activist who was “just metres” from allegedly disarming Saudi Arabia-bound fighter planes with a hammer says he is prepared to spend up to 10 years in prison. Sam Walton and Methodist reverend Daniel Woodhouse were arrested on Sunday morning after allegedly breaking into the BAE Systems weapons base in Lancashire. It was the …

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