1. Germany migrants: Protesters march over young man's death in Köthen
A German man has died following an alleged fight with Afghan men, police in the east German city of Köthen say.
The incident comes two weeks after a similar incident in Chemnitz, about 160km (100 miles) to the south, sparked violent protests.
The 22-year-old victim in Köthen died of head injuries. Two Afghan suspects have been arrested.
Related: Man dies “in a fight with Afghans” in Germany just two weeks after the stabbing “by migrants” sparked violent far-right riots across the country
2. Sweden Election 2018: Pregnant member of Sweden Democrats ATTACKED outside polling station
A PREGNANT MEMBER of the right wing Sweden Democrats was attacked outside a polling station by two young men as Sweden went to the polls today in the most controversial election in its history.
The attackers screamed at terrified Emilia Orpana calling her a whore and a racist as she campaigned in Nynäshamn, 35 miles south of Stockholm.
She was working at the polling station when she was targeted by the thugs.
Ms Orpana said was terrified of being kicked in the stomach and added: “I felt very worried and afraid.”
Ms Orpana told Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet: “He said he would step on my colleague’s head and kill us.”
3. Turkish Military Personnel Captured by Greeks After Crossing Border, Reports of Gunfire Exchange Denied
THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) – A Greek army spokesman says two Turkish military personnel have been arrested for allegedly crossing into Greece illegally.
The spokesman told The Associated Press the arrests took place along the border in northeastern Greece on Sunday. He denied Greek media reports that gunfire was exchanged during the incident.
The spokesman requested anonymity because the case is under investigation.
He says it’s not clear how the Turkish service members entered Greece or what their ranks are. The Greek army is investigating if others attempted to come into the country.
4. LEVY: Prof. didn't discriminate against Jewish student: U of T
After a five-month “investigation,” the powers-that-be at University of Toronto have concluded that a history professor did not discriminate against Jewish student Ari Blaff when he accused him of being Israeli government agent sent to the university to intimidate critics of the Jewish state.
In the almost laughable decision letter, acting vice-principal academic and dean Angela Lange says while the tone and the language used by Middle Eastern and Mediterranean History professor Jens Hanssen in a scathing e-mail to Blaff, may not have been “civil,” he did not breach the university’s Statement on Prohibited Discrimination and Discriminatory Harassment.
“Strong views may be expressed and are protected by the university’s commitment to academic freedom and freedom of expression,” writes Lange, who made $218,000 in 2016.
5. A request from South Yorkshire Police to report non-crime “hate incidents“
In addition to reporting hate crime, please report non-crime hate incidents, which can include things like offensive or insulting comments, online, in person or in writing. Hate will not be tolerated in South Yorkshire. Report it and put a stop to it #HateHurtsSY pic.twitter.com/p2xf6OLoQZ— SouthYorkshirePolice (@syptweet) September 9, 2018
6. Driver rams French airport terminal before runway chase
French police arrest a man Monday following a high-speed chase on the runway at Lyon airport after the driver rammed his car into the terminal and drove through the building.
An individual has been arrested after a security breach at Lyon-Saint-Exupéry Airport in France
7. Paris stabbing: Postman stabbed in throat in rampage hours after seven attacked in city
A PARIS postman has been stabbed in the throat by a scissor-wielding attacker just hours after seven people were stabbed in the French capital when a man went on a knife rampage.
The man tried to attack other passersby in the 11th district of the French capital on Monday morning.
The suspect was reportedly tasered by police and arrested in Rue de la Roquette, a historic suburb in the eleventh arrondissement of Paris, on Monday morning.
He is currently being questioned by police, according to local TV news channel, France 3 TV.
The condition of the postman and passersby is currently unknown.
It comes just hours after an Afghan man attacked seven people, two thought to be British tourists, who were left with chest and head injuries last night in the Quai de la Loire district of the city.
8. Crime Wave Britain: Six Police Officers Stabbed, Rammed, Run over in 72 Hours
Attacks against police officers are increasing amid a violent crime wave in Great Britain, with six officers injured in one force area over a three-day period.
West Midlands Police covers a wide geographical area which includes Birmingham, Britain’s multicultural second city, and Wolverhampton, the former seat of the late anti-mass migration campaigner Enoch Powell.
The first officer to be attacked was stabbed during an attempted carjacking while off-duty on September 5th, in a shocking scene captured on CCTV.
A hooded man clad in black is said to have approached the 25-year-old officer in Walsall in the middle of the day at 1:30 pm and demanded his car keys, chasing him down and stabbing him in the chest several times when he tried to run.
Carrying firearms, pepper spray, or any other article for self-defence is prohibited in the United Kingdom, even for off-duty police officers and members of the Armed Forces — with the exception of Northern Ireland.
9. Köthen: 22 year old German man dead after dispute with two Afghans
BILD news report of same incident can be seen HERE.
10. Protest in Köthen: “The lying anti-German press is responsible for this catastrophe”