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Police officers who work in so-called "vulnerable areas" must tolerate being subjected to stone throwing. They are therefore not entitled to receive damages after having had stones hurled at them, according to a recent verdict by the Swedish court.
Europeans have harden. They are no longer so sensitive, warm-hearted and generous as in the beginning. The barrel is about to get full, and only a spark is needed for it to go off.
"The crisis in Greece was one thing, but what is happening in Italy now is huge," says economist George Friedman, chairman of Geopolitical Futures, as Italian banks with huge debt raises fears of a new financial crisis in the EU.
Spanish police have found a major weapons cache, with thousands of illegal weapons that were to be sold on the black market to terrorist organizations and organized criminal gangs.
An Arizona trooper who had been shot and was being beaten by a man with a pistol was saved by a motorist who killed his attacker.
It had to happen sooner or later: A Swedish municipality is almost broke due to the flood of immigrants. Now it takes drastic measures to survive.
An undercover reporter who visited 35 asylum centres throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland, says security is so bad that they risk fomenting terrorism, as radicals can easily infiltrate them and convert vulnerable people to their cause.
The U.S. Army general who heads the D.C. National Guard and is an integral part of overseeing the inauguration, said Friday he will be removed from command effective Jan. 20 at 12:01 p.m., just as Donald Trump is sworn in as president.
Two Syrian men are convicted of rape after a Swedish woman was found chained to a water pipe in the basement of the cafe the men ran.
One of Charlie Hebdo's most outspoken journalists said on Friday she is quitting the French satirical magazine because it has gone soft on Islamist extremism.