1. German government shuts down cell access during Chemnitz demonstration
2. WATCH: Fire and chaos as EFF chant “anti-boer” songs
3. Spain arrests 10 ringleaders who planned huge fence jump at Morocco border
Ten of the more than 600 migrants who forced their way into the Spanish territory of Ceuta last month by storming a heavily fortified border fence with Morocco were arrested Tuesday, police said.
The 10 sub-Saharan African migrants, who were arrested at an immigrant holding centre in Ceuta, are accused of belonging to a criminal organisation, assaulting a police officer and causing damages, a spokeswoman for Spain’s Guardia Civil told AFP.
Among those arrested is the suspected leader of the coordinated assault on the border on July 26 in which 15 police officers were injured, she added.
4. Italian interior minister and Hungarian PM to form anti-migration front
Italy's Deputy Prime Minister says France should reopen its border crossing at Ventimiglia which was a launching point for migrants crossing into France. Matteo Salvini, whose government is fiercely against migration, said France should show greater "solidarity and sensibility" on the migrant issue.
5. Bomb kills 1, injures 35 at Philippine town festival
A bomb concealed in a bag exploded late Tuesday, leaving at least one dead and 35 others wounded during a town celebration in the southern Philippines, a military commander said. The attacker was chased but managed to escape, he said.
Police said two people were in serious condition after the blast in Isulan town in Sultan Kudarat province. The attack happened despite heavy security and road checkpoints in the region due to threats from Muslim militants.
A civilian told authorities about a suspicious bag left by a man near the gathering, regional military commander Brig. Gen. Cirilito Sobejana said. The bomb exploded while troops were running after the suspect, who escaped in the confusion, he said.
6. TLP to march to Islamabad on Aug 29 against Dutch blasphemous cartoons
Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) has announced that it will begin a “decisive march” from Lahore to Islamabad on Wednesday, and will “stay on the streets until either the publication of blasphemous cartoons in the Netherlands end or the govt immediately ends diplomatic ties with the Dutch.”
Incensed by an announcement by Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders to hold a competition of blasphemous caricatures, the TLP held a meeting in Lahore on Sunday and came up with its line of action and demands.
The religiopolitical party urged the PTI government to not only “discontinue diplomatic and commercial relations with the Netherlands” but also “demand from other Islamic countries to do the same.”
7. Young mother who was stabbed to death “by her shopkeeper ex boyfriend” was on the phone to police when she was attacked and had repeatedly called them during the day
A woman stabbed to death with her mother had called police for help “three times” on the day she was killed, it has emerged.
Afghan shopkeeper Janbaz Tarin, 21, is being hunted by police after Raneem Oudeh, 22, and her mother Khaola Saleem, 49, died from stab wounds in the early hours of yesterday.
The Syrian-born women were pronounced dead at the scene outside Ms Saleem's house on a quiet residential street in Solihull, near Birmingham.
Ms Oudeh, had a two-year-old son from a previous relationship, is said to have reported her ex to the police previously.
8. Street interviews with people in Chemnitz about massive protests
9. Saudi medical trainees allowed to stay in Canada for now
10. Refugees protest poor conditions in Greek Island migrant camps
A Bulgarian news report on the story of a group of refugees blocking the highway near the Greek capital to protest the poor conditions in the settlement centre.