1. Britain's “worst ever” child grooming scandal exposed: Hundreds of young girls raped, beaten, sold for sex and some even KILLED
SPECIAL SUNDAY MIRROR INVESTIGATION: Authorities failed to act over 40 years - despite repeated warnings to social workers - with up to 1,000 girls, some as young as 11, abused in Telford
UP to 1,000 children could have suffered in Britain’s worst known abuse scandal - where sex gangs targeted girls as young as 11.
The rape hell of vulnerable young girls in one town - Telford - went on for a shocking 40 years, the Sunday Mirror can reveal.
As many as 1,000 children could have suffered at the merciless hands of perverts and torturers in Telford since the 1980s.
The Daily Mail has more HERE.
2. UK bans conservative Polish journalist from entering country
Related: According to some reports, Martin Sellner of Generation Identitaire, and Brittany Pettibone, are being held in detention in the UK
Breitbart reports on these detentions HERE.
3. Paris Police Officer Says Majority Of Sex Attackers On Metro Come From North African Backgrounds
A French police officer, who works as part of a plainclothes team on the Paris metro to prevent crime, has claimed that the majority of sex attackers he arrests come from North African backgrounds.
The officer, named Fabien, is part of the special force of eighty or so police who travel the metro in plain clothes to prevent violent attacks and sexual assaults, Le Figaro reports.
According to Fabien, the sex assaults occur mostly on the 2, 4, and 13 lines of the metro, generally in the northern part of the city.
He said that the suspects can come from a variety of backgrounds and he has seen sexual predators aged 12 to 86, but noted: “for more than ten years that I have done this job, the suspects I have arrested are a very, very large majority from a North African origin.”
4. European Union Security Boss: More Terror Victims in European Cities for “Years to Come”
Innocent people across the European Union (EU) will continue to suffer and die in terror attacks “for years to come”, the EU’s Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs, and Citizenship has said.
“We cannot contemplate more victims in our cities, but we know that it is a reality we will probably have to face for years to come,” said Dimitris Avramopoulos, confessing the poor state of the bloc’s security, but without mentioning migration.
Giving a speech on Thursday, the former Mayor of Athens pledged £104 million (€120 million) this year to help EU cities stem the wave of terror attacks that have struck the continent in recent years.
5. GRAPHIC CONTENT: Animal lovers demand JUSTICE after evil thugs cut off dog's ears
MORE than 1.5 million animal lovers have demanded harsher penalties for two men who hacked off a dog’s ears and posted the images to social media.
Hasan Kuzu and Neset Yaman grinned as they posed for photographs each holding one of the animal's bloodied ears aloft while the animal howled in agony.
In one photograph blood pours from the animal’s horrific wounds as it is forced to look at its own severed ears.
The two sick animal-haters were convicted in the South West region of Turkey in Isparta but dodged jail and received a fine of just £850.
Now a massive groundswell of outraged animal lovers across the world are demanding further action.
6. Charity ship Aquarius picks up more migrants near Libyan coast
Arriving in Italy:
7. Arab Gangs Targeting Berlin Police With Threats And Sex Rumours To Intimidate Officers
Arab criminal gangs operating in Berlin have been accused of targeting individual police officers with threats, including spreading rumours of sexual encounters with prostitutes, in order to intimidate or take revenge on officers.
Over the past several years, the power of Arab family organised crime gangs in Berlin has increased substantially as they have largely taken over the city’s drug and prostitution trade. According to a new report, the gangs are now using their power to threaten and intimidate authorities to stop investigations, German media reports.
The gangs have developed several different tactics to intimidate or discredit officers including spreading rumours that certain officers have been visiting with prostitutes or even that they were being given free girls for sex, insinuating they were corrupt.
8. France: Marine Le Pen reelected as head of National Front
9. Arson attack on Turkish mosque in Germany
Related: Arson targets Berlin mosque in latest string of PKK, far-right attacks in Germany
A Turkish mosque in German capital Berlin was set on fire early Sunday in the latest incident of a series of attacks targeting the country's Turkish and Muslim community by PKK sympathizers and far-right groups.
The attack on Koca Sinan Mosque of the Turkish-Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (DİTİB) in Reinickendorf district near Berlin took place around 02:00 a.m. local time.
Bayram Türk, the religious official of the mosque, told Anadolu Agency that the mosque's entrance and the tea shop was on fire when he arrived to the scene, and firefighters were intervening.
Türk said that two people stated that they saw three assailants wearing masks throwing inflammable material to the mosque and running away from the scene.
Berlin police stated that they suspect an attack on the mosque since the glass on the door of the mosque's tea shop was broken first, adding that an investigation is underway.
10. Germany's new health minister Jens Spahn defends food bank's move to bar foreigners
Jens Spahn, Germany's new minister of health, has defended the Tafel food bank's decision to turn away non-Germans. Speaking to German media, Spahn also said he was hopeful the conservatives could win back AfD voters.
Jens Spahn, Germany's designated health minister in the incoming government, has defended a food bank's decision to bar foreigners from registering.
In an interview on Saturday with Germany's Funke media group, Spahn said that young men queuing up outside the small food bank in the city of Essen looked "so bold and robust that the elderly and single parents no longer had any chance of receiving any food."
It was therefore right for the food bank to take action, the Christian Democratic (CDU) lawmaker added.