Police are seeking a “North African appearance” man speaking “broken German” after he grabbed a woman in the early hours of Sunday. The 26 year old was touched on the “breasts, buttocks, and private parts”, and he later opened his trousers and “fumbled his member” in front of her, according to the police report.
Ankara wants additional 2 billion euros ($2.16 billion at current exchange rates) from the European Union to tackle the migrant crisis, which will almost double the initially agreed sum, media reported on Saturday.
Cooperation of European leaders and Ankara to resolve the refugee crisis has been exposed to new challenges, as Turkey seems to have no limits, demanding more and more money from EU countries, German newspaper Welt wrote.
The Turkish government recently demanded from the EU additional financial assistance to resolve migration crisis, despite the fact that Brussels was ready to provide Ankara with the sum that had been agreed before, the article said.
“Ankara wants to get five billion dollars, but we are ready to provide only the promised three billion,” the newspaper quoted a senior EU diplomat as saying. Moreover, the Turkish Government must understand that Europe may agree on the gradual payment of the promised amount only if it will be able to carefully control the flow of funds received by Ankara, he added.
A 23-year-old man of Afghan origin has been sentenced to three years in prison after assaulting a 27-year-old Ugandan man and threatening him with a knife in a hotel used as an asylum centre in Bavaria.
According to BR24, the men were involved in a fight when the Ugandan migrant fled the scene and locked his door. The Afghan man pursued him, however, and broke his door down while wielding a knife. Another resident at the centre had to help subdue him before taking the knife.
The defendant was cleared of attempted murder, although the state prosecutor may appeal the decision.
A vehicle carrying ten Iranian and Iraqi migrants crashed on the A28 on Wednesday morning as the migrants fled from a border control barrage set up across the road, French news has reported. One officer was struck by the car, and was taken to hospital with a leg injury. His fellow officers gave chase and were forced to use their firearms when the migrants resisted arrest. All eleven occupants of the car, including the driver, were arrested. The car was registered in England.
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A Professor has interrupted German Chancellor Angela Merkel during the opening ceremony of a new Fraunhofer Institute for Microsystems and now fears for his teaching position. He said he is scared about the future of his 2, 4 and 9 year old children and that Merkel is conducting an experiment whose outcome nobody can predict. He urged her to be responsible and reasonable as she is a physicist herself.
Merkel shrugged him off and said she is already doing the best she can for the future of Germany. This may be because she has no personal investment in the future, no children, no relatives and has recently been spotted in South America hunting for real estate where she can spend her retirement.
“You’re not allowed to walk in your own city anymore! Go home, boy! Who the hell elected you?”…
As Europe struggles to cope with a migrant crisis that’s already the worst refugee catastrophe since World War II and which threatens to spiral even further out of control once the weather turns in the spring, officials have offered a variety of possible “solutions” to the various refugee-related “problems” that have cropped up.
“It’s an invasion. A government sponsored invasion”…
Shall we call it the “European Spring” then?
The refugee crisis has not ended and a wave of 3-4 million people is expected to reach Europe in the spring.
This was stated by the chairperson of the Bulgarian Red Cross Hristo Grigorov in an interview for Focus news agency on the occasion of a round table entitled “Integration of refugees in Bulgaria: reality and challenges”.