A failed asylum seeker from Yemen who was given sanctuary at a church in northern Germany to prevent him from being deported has potentially infected more than 50 German children with a highly contagious strain of tuberculosis.
The man, who was sheltered at a church in Bünsdorf between January and May 2017, was in frequent contact with the children, some as young as three, who were attending a day care center at the facility. He was admitted to a hospital in Rendsburg in June and subsequently diagnosed with tuberculosis — a disease which only recently has reentered the German consciousness.
Local health authorities say that in addition to the children, parents and teachers as well as parishioners are also being tested for the disease, which can develop months or even years after exposure. It remains unclear if the man received the required medical exams when he first arrived in Germany, or if he is one of the hundreds of thousands of migrants who have slipped through the cracks.
A female doctor has been arrested in Ireland after her autistic toddler was found knifed to death in their apartment.
Maha Al Adheem, a doctor in her early 40s, was also found with knife injuries at her home in Dublin and taken to hospital for life-saving surgery.
Her three-year-old son, Omar, had suffered stab wounds to the abdomen, legs and chest and died before medics arrived at the flat.
A failed Moroccan asylum seeker who committed three ‘extraordinarily humiliating rapes’ has been sentenced to 14 years in jail in the Netherlands.
The illegal migrant, identified only as 35-year-old Mustafa A. under strict privacy laws, carried out his attacks in Amsterdam in January 2016.
Putting out fires is no fun in places where the Third World has encroached upon civilization. The Muslim colony of Malmö is one example; welfare colonists set fires at their housing projects for the sport of stoning the Swedish firefighters who arrive to put them out. This pastime appears to be catching on in South Africa:
Cape Town firefighters have had to abandon efforts to fight a blaze which razed a community clinic in the Joe Slovo settlement in Milnerton after they were pelted with stones.
The clinic was set ablaze during a service delivery protest.
A Somalian thug has made a mockery of deportation procedures by winning a compensation battle – and then continuing his one-man crimewave.
Weeks after the High Court ruled Abdi Yusuf was eligible for damages for being detained unlawfully pending deportation, the 41-year-old created more trouble.
A 19-year-old man has been taken to hospital with stab wounds, although his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
A police spokesman confirmed officers were called to an incident shortly before midnight on Tuesday.
Bottles and other objects were thrown at officers as they tried to disperse a “large group of people”, leading police to call for reinforcements.