1. London chemical incident: Vomiting patients hospitalized as street locked down
VOMITING homeowners were rushed to hospital during a chemical incident in south London.
Alwold Crescent, in Lee, just off the South Circular road was placed on lockdown after emergency services sped to the residential street amid concerns of a chemical reaction.
Paramedics rushed several people to hospital after witnesses said a number of locals suffered a bad reaction to an unknown substance on Sunday morning.
Taxi driver Ian Crouch, 39, told The Sun: "I could see the emergency services outside my house.
"When I spoke to a policeman he said there were people complaining of irritation, who had been throwing up all morning.”
2. Tourist raped, tied to pole in Rome
A 57-year-old German woman was raped last night at Rome's Villa Borghese park, sources said Monday. The woman, a tourist, was found naked tied to a pole in the park by a taxi driver early on Monday."
3. 16-year-old girl raped by Afghan asylum-seekers in Germany
A 16-year-old girl was raped by two Afghan men near a refugee camp in Bavaria, according to German police. A third one was prevented from sexually abusing the girl by a passerby.
According to a police statement, the teenager had gathered with a large group of people outside a refugee center in the upper Bavaria municipality of Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn, located south of Munich. […]
Two of the men, aged 27 and 17, raped the girl behind a hedge in front of an abandoned building. A third Afghan refugee, 18, also attempted to rape the girl but was prevented from doing this by a passerby, who arrived at the scene and prompted the three Afghans to flee, the statement says.
4. Austria: Girl stabbed to death, police say by her brother
VIENNA – Police in Austria say a 14-year-old girl from Afghanistan has been stabbed to death and that her 18-year-old brother has confessed to the slaying.
Petra Mandl of Vienna's Youth and Family Offices says the girl had been living in a city-run crisis center run since last week after leaving home because she felt 'confined to the apartment.’
5. Germany arrests two Islamic State suspects in Berlin
Two Iraqi men have been arrested in the German capital on suspicion of membership in a terrorist organization and war crimes as part of the Islamic State group, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.
A 31-year-old, identified only as Raad Riyadh A. A. in line with privacy laws, and 19-year-old Abbas R. were both arrested Monday in Berlin, prosecutors' spokeswoman Frauke Koehler said. They're both alleged to have joined IS in Mosul in June 2014 and participated in the killing of two Shiite Muslims.
Four months later, prosecutors said, they were involved in the execution of a captured Iraqi military officer.
6. Controversial House of Commons study on Islamophobia starts today
Phase two begins this week in the House of Commons' politically charged debate over combating Islamophobia in Canada.
On Monday, the heritage committee starts a study on systemic racism and religious discrimination in Canada mandated as part of a motion condemning Islamophobia that passed last spring.
7. At this year’s OSCE, the European Muslim Initiative campaigned to make “hate speech” illegal
Clare Lopez and Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff discuss countering these attempts to destroy freedom of speech:
8. India also wants to deport the Rohingya
India’s home ministry said on Monday it would confidentially share intelligence information with the Supreme Court showing Rohingya links with Pakistan-based militants, in a bid to get legal clearance for plans to deport 40,000 Rohingya Muslims.
The Supreme Court is hearing an appeal lodged on behalf of Rohingya against the deportation plan proposed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist government.
India’s home ministry submitted an affidavit to the court arguing that the hardline stance was justified by the security threat posed by illegal immigrant Rohingya, hundreds of thousands of whom have fled from Myanmar to Bangladesh, from where many have crossed into India.
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9. Hungarian News: The Soros Plan is sophisticated genocide
The most recent speech by Hungarian leader, “Will there be a Christian Europe?” is available in English here.
10: Migrants found by German police in back of truck go missing
Almost all of the 51 Iraqi refugees found in the back of a truck in the German town of Eisenhüttenstadt on Saturday have gone missing. Officials are waiting to see if the refugees register at another reception center.
The missing Iraqi migrants were most likely picked up in Eisenhüttenstadt and driven away by relatives already living in Germany, said Frank Nürnberger, head of the town's reception facility, speaking with Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg.
While it remains unclear when exactly the refugees left the facility, unconfirmed reports stated that a number of people got into cars with license plates registered in Bielefeld.
Two of the migrants found in the back of the truck reportedly stayed at the facility.