1. Viktor Orban brings national referendum results in backpack to European Union meeting on migration. Exclaims: “We will fight”
2. Michael Stürzenberger, activist, politician and Journalist, convicted again in a German court for speech crimes. This time, for using wrong adjective to describe illegal migrants into Europe
3. KNIFE ATTACK Maastricht stabbing – two dead and several injured after Netherlands knife rampage
TWO people have been killed and several injured in a knife attack in Maastricht.
Cops have rushed to the scene of the "stabbing incident" in the southern Dutch city tonight.
The knifing took place at Botsaartstraat 32, with police and ambulances reported to be on the scene.
It is not known what happened to the attacker, with authorities confirming they have launched an investigation.
A police spokesman confirmed: "One person died and at a second spot close by one or more people were stabbed."
The force later confirmed a second person had died in hospital.
Express has more:
TWO PEOPLE have died and several people have been injured after two separate stabbings in the Dutch city of Maastricht.
This appears to be a synchronized stabbing at two locations in the same city. No word as to motive as yet.
4. Close to 200 African appearing teens went on robbing and beating spree of locals at Australian beach
5. Another honour killing in Germany?
6. CSIS settles $35M suit by employees alleging homophobia, racism, Islamophobia
Canada’s spy agency has settled a lawsuit by five employees who accused their bosses of homophobia, racism and Islamophobia and it will work to stamp out harassment, the head of the agency said on Thursday. [...]
CSIS Director David Vigneault said in a statement that the settlement was “in the best interest of all those concerned” but gave no details.
7. Exposing the Red-Green alliance, this video shows CAIR involved with an anti-capitalist rally. CAUTION: Strong language
8. Part II of the interview with Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban on mass migration and the European Union
9. Suicide bomber kills at least 18 police officers in Somalia
10. Germany: Police raid suspected IS militants in Berlin
NY Daily news:
BERLIN (AP) — Authorities in Germany have arrested two suspected Islamic State supporters and conducted raids in the capital in connection with the group.
Prosecutors said Thursday that police arrested two Palestinian men Tuesday in the central German city of Salzgitter. The two 21-year-old men, who weren't named, had threatened online to commit attacks and spread jihadi material "in order to create a climate of insecurity and fear."
Separately, prosecutors in Berlin said authorities are conducting searches across the city as part of investigations into people traveling from Germany to join IS.