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Two men are dead, three police officers were shot and a woman was taken hostage in a dramatic siege in the Melbourne bayside suburb of Brighton in Australia. The officers killed the gunman during the shootout.
Two were later take to hospital with gunshot wounds, while the other officer was treated at the scene. Police had not confirmed the identity of the gunman last night but a man reportedly called Channel Seven newsroom during the standoff and said "This is for IS. This is for al-Qaeda".
A 62-year-old German woman has been fined 1,350 euros by the government after she shared and liked an anti-migrant joke picture on her Facebook page.
The 62-year-old Berlin resident Jutta B. from Lichtenberg was arrested and had her home raided by police after she shared a picture on Facebook entitled, “Do you have anything against refugees?” For sharing the picture, which included disparaging comments about migrants, the woman was sentenced to a 1,350 euro fine, German newspaper Berliner Morgenpost reports.
Joke police are a sure sign of growing totalitarianism. Canada has them in the form of the "Human Rights Commissions"
3. A group of people looking and acting very much like ANTIFA, vandalized a bus full of middle aged people on the way to Ottawa to protest the government's motion, M-103 and for the continued legal protections for Freedom of Speech in Canada.
This happened between Bellville and Ottawa.
4. Police raids across East London continue today:
5. Investigators know identities of 3 London attackers.