Relative ‘used scissors to stab victim’s neck’ in suspected honour killing in Sweden


A man in central Sweden has been accused of murder after a younger family member was stabbed to death in a suspected honour-related killing.

The incident happened in May 2017 at the Stensjön lake in Grycksbo, near Falun.
According to the indictment, which The Local has seen, the victim was “killed by cutting or stabbing with scissors in his neck” and “died from bleeding as a result of the vascular injuries to his throat”.

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Germany: warm welcome for the most unpopular Chancellor of all time Angela Merkel in Bremen: “Go away, Go away …”.

Notice @ 17secs this treacherous cunt reaches out to the Muslim in the crowd. 

Pictured: Algerian, 36, suspected of mowing down six soldiers outside barracks in Paris terror attack before being shot five times and arrested while ‘driving his BMW towards Calais’ 


This picture is believed to show the suspected terrorist shot and arrested in connection with this morning’s attack in Paris, which saw six soldiers injured when a BMW mowed down their patrol.
Hamou Bachir, 36, is under armed guard in hospital after he was ‘seriously wounded’ in a fierce gunfight close to the northern port town of Boulogne-sur-Mer after he was intercepted driving towards Calais.
Bachir, who was not known to the security services, was shot five times, with one officer also hit by a bullet, before being arrested, according to a security source.

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‘All white women are good for one thing’: Chilling outburst of member of 18-strong Asian sex gang – including a white woman – who groomed vulnerable girls as young as 13 with M-Cat before raping them 


Shocking details of a large-scale Asian sex gang who spent four years plying vulnerable young girls with drink and drugs at ‘sex parties’ in Newcastle can be revealed for the first time today.
A total of 17 men and one woman have been convicted of, or have admitted, charges including rape, supplying drugs and inciting prostitution, in a series of trials at Newcastle Crown Court.

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