French mayor led a protest march in a Paris suburb to demand Muslims stop praying outdoors.
The phenomenon of street prayers, which see Muslims spreading mats on footpaths, became a common sight in Europe.
Praying in the streets of Paris is against the law but French police refuse to enforce the law banning Muslims from praying in public.
Under French law, police can use force and arrest Muslims, and those of any other faith, disobey the rule to keep the French capital’s public spaces secular.
Strengthening the defence of Europe’s borders and returning illegal migrants to their home countries must be part of the solution to the migrant crisis, Hungarian President Janos Ader said after talks with his Czech counterpart Milos Zeman in Prague.
Ader, who arrived in Prague on Tuesday on an official two-day visit, said that asylum applications should be processed more quickly at the designated hot-spots set up along the EU’s borders.
The programme aims to teach women hand-to-hand combat and techniques to help them in life-threatening situations.
Defence ministry spokeswoman Anna Pęzioł-Wójtowicz said the programme would include bi-monthly workshops in 39 cities, with sign up lists open until 8 December.
There’s been some interesting news coming out of Sweden in recent weeks.
The government’s solution to the vast amount of explosive objects in Sweden such as hand grenades is an amnesty for such items, reports DN. The use of hand grenades has increased significantly in recent years. Earlier this week, a hand grenade was thrown at police officers outside of the police headquarters in Uppsala.