1. Migrants continue street battles in Calais
2. UK police video from August 2016 may help explain police response to Muslim rape gangs
3. Avignon shooting: Eight injured near French mosque
Eight people have been injured in a shooting outside a mosque in southern France, officials have confirmed.
Worshippers leaving the Arrahma mosque in Avignon were approached by two hooded suspects at about 22:30 local time (21:30 GMT) on Sunday.
The suspects, carrying a handgun and a shotgun, arrived in a Renault Clio before opening fire on the crowd, La Provence newspaper reports.
Police said they were not treating the incident as a terrorist attack.
The article continues to explain that it may have been a “dispute between youths,” a term the European media uses for Muslims aged 40 years old and younger.
The Telegraph: “Police suspected it was a gangland dispute.”
4. Refugee who tried to poison supermarket food remains in Britain SEVEN years later
AN Algerian refugee jailed for trying to poison supermarket food is still in Britain – seven years after being ordered out of the country. Sahnoun Daifallah is estimated to have cost taxpayers at least £250,000 while fighting attempts to deport him.
The poisoner was told he would be booted out in 2010 while serving a nine-year sentence.
Using a weedkiller bottle, the chemist had sprayed a mixture of urine and faeces over food, wine and children’s books in several shops and a pub in Gloucestershire.
5. After being denied entrance to France from Italy, migrants set up border camp
Ventimiglia has been recently referred to as Italy’s “mini-Calais” – after the port city in northern France which hosted a large makeshift refugee camp of migrants, trying to reach the UK.
With 82,000 people arriving already since the start of the year, Italy said it has been struggling with the refugee influx and demanded greater involvement from the EU.
The country even threatened to close its ports for humanitarian vessels rescuing migrants from sinking boats in the Mediterranean, seeking to have them redirected to other coastal countries.
6. Was the Nice terrorist connected to George Soros NGOs?
7. ISIS Executes Top Preacher For Alluding to Baghdadi’s Death
An inadvertent slip of the tongue has resulted in the execution of a top Daesh leader after he suggested that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the notorious fundamentalist group’s chief, was dead.
Alsumaria News, quoting a source on the ground Sunday, has claimed that one of the inner cadre of remaining Daesh leaders, Abu Qutaiba, was burned alive over charges of sedition, cited by the Iraqi News. […]
Alsumaria's local source asserted that a punishment of 50 lashes was to be applied to anyone who questions Baghdadi's survival, a move intended to hold off simmering leadership conflicts, according to Iraqi News.
8. Paris. A look at the exit, Port de la Chapelle:
9. CBC: "Clashes over asylum seekers at Canada-U.S. border"
10: USA: Bill to criminalize FGM fails to pass state lawmakers
A bill to criminalize female genital mutilation in Maine is dead after state lawmakers in the house refuse to take it up again.
Some of the details in this story may be disturbing.
“I think its child abuse. I don’t think any girl should have to go through this.”
L-D 745 proposed to criminalize female genital mutilation, or FGM, making it a class B crime to perform the procedure on someone under 18, also allowing their parent or guardian to face charges.
Kennebec County district attorney Maeghan Maloney says the Maine prosecutor's association supported the bill.
‘I prosecute the crimes the legislature gives me so if the legislature wants this prosecuted, I would like the legislature to tell me that clearly.’