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Munich Refugees Put Up In Oktoberfest Tents

Munich began housing refugees in tents put up for Oktoberfest visitors on Thursday night after people took to the street to protest against overcrowding. A 150-strong group of demonstrators lay down and blocked a street until local government leader Christoph Hillenbrand agreed to house them in the tents, Spiegel reported. The protest occurred just hours before Munich mayor Dieter Reiter ...

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Transgender Woman Wins Case Over Name Change

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Refugees Being Abused in Refugee Homes in Germany

A photo appearing to show a refugee being abused at a home for asylum seekers has caused outrage in Germany. The photo has been compared to those from Guantanamo Bay and Abu Ghraib. Police are now investigating six cases of abuse at three different centres. Authorities in North Rhine-Westphalia, where all six reported abuse cases took place, moved to tackle ...

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Berlin Marathon:Kimetto Breaks World Record in Thrilling Duel With Fellow Kenyan Mutai

Kenya’s Dennis Kimetto smashed the marathon world record in Berlin on Sunday, winning the race in a time of two hours, two minutes and 57 seconds after setting a scintillating pace from the start to shave 26 seconds off the previous best. Kimetto dazzled hundreds of thousands of spectators along the inner-city course with his quick and seemingly effortless running ...

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Male Nurse Arrested For Wanting To Behead And Eat 14-yr-old Girl

A 58-year-old pervert who tried to lure a teenager to his house to chop her head off and eat her has been jailed for nine years, Canterbury, UK Dale Bolinger, who is working as a nurse, and his 14-year-old potential victim had a conversation on a fetish chatroom where he told the girl that he wanted to have sex with her, ...

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South African Government to Shut Down Gay-friendly Mosque

South Africa’s first gay-friendly mosque, called the “Open Mosque” is sparking quite a bit of controversy. The mosque has been described as extremely liberal, allowing women to lead prayers, and showing tolerance for gay individuals. Authorities in Cape Town, where the mosque is located, are planning on shutting it down, BBC reports. Taj Hargey, the founder of the mosque, alleges ...

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Dr. Auma Obama Talks About Her Famous Brother, Her Work And Living Abroad-Video

President Barack Obama’s eloquent sister, Dr. Auma Obama, appeared on Kenya’s popular The Trend talk show to discuss her work, life and famous sibling Dr. Auma Obama is President Barack Obama’s older half-sister who appeared on Kenya’s The Trend show to talk about her work with young people, her famous brother and her life in Germany as a 19 year ...

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Elderly Man Canes Raila, Mvurya in Kwale-Video

An elderly man attacks CORD leader Raila Odinga and Kwale governor Salim Mvurya at a rally in Kinango. He is quickly tackled by the event’s MC before being led away by security.

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