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Donald Trump with Mexican President at G20: ‘We’re Negotiating NAFTA’

U.S. President Donald Trump told reporters in a joint statement with Mexican President Peña Nieto on Friday at the G20 Summit that it was a successful day thus far and that they are “negotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and some other things with Mexico.”

US President Donald Trump (R) and Mexican leader Enrique Pena Nieto held talks on the sidelines of the G20 summit, including the contentious issue of migration

Tear Gas Attack On Hamburg Metro Affects 50

Unknown attackers launched a tear gas attack on a train in Hamburg that reports say has injured at least six and affected 50 people and led to a massive police presence at the Hamburg train station. At 6:55 pm Friday

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German Police Attacked by Group of Young Muslims

Two police in the German city of Hamburg were attacked by a group of several Muslims while out on patrol after the Muslims claimed to have been “provoked” by the officers.

Policemen patrol through a pedestrian area in Munich, southern Germany, on July 23, 2016, one day after the attack at the shopping centre in Munich. Police were probing the motives of the lone teenage German-Iranian gunman who went on a deadly rampage at a busy Munich shopping centre, the third …

New Year’s Eve Migrant Sex Attackers Shown As White Men In Documentary

In a documentary about the mass sex attacks on New Year’s Eve, tax-funded public broadcaster Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR) has portrayed the criminals as white Germans. The piece concluded by saying that the “losers” of the night’s attacks were wrongly-accused migrants,


Hamburg To Seize Empty Commercial Properties For Migrant Housing

Hamburg has become the first German city to pass a law allowing the state to seize empty commercial properties for reuse as emergency migrant accommodation. The move comes as more violence is reported in refugee centres across the country. Called the “Law

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German Newspaper Firebombed for Printing Charlie Hebdo Cartoons

The offices of a German newspaper which reprinted Charlie Hebdo cartoons depicting Mohammed has been firebombed. No-one was hurt in the attack. The Hamburger Morgenpost, a regional daily paper located in the northern port city of Hamburg, printed three Charlie

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