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“Migration is The Mother of ALL Problems” Says German Interior Minister

Press sources have reported on a shocking statement on migration made by Germany’s Interior Minister, Horst Seehofer. German newspaper “Die Welt” talked to sources present in a meeting with Horst Seehofer Wednesday evening. According to the media reports, the Interior Minister described migration as the “mother of all problems”. The Minister spoke about the horrific killing of a German citizen by illegal migrants. “In the first place, there is a brutal crime, then we are witnessing debates where the initial crime doesn’t even...

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The Number of Germans Killed by Foreigners Highest Since ’45

A total of 731 murders were recorded in Germany in 2017. In 83 of the murders where the victim was German, German police identified at least one “non-German” suspect. This has risen from the 62 cases recorded in 2016, which represents a steep increase. The number was even lower in 2015, with only 52 cases. This newly released data comes amidst an atmosphere of tension over migrants within Germany, notably demonstrated in Chemnitz where thousands of protestors came to rally against Merkel’s refugee policy which...

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Hungarian Foreign Minister Calls Federal European Union a “Dead End”

Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto has called for “a strong European Union and a European community whose strength is founded on strong member states.” Speaking at an economic forum in Krynica-Zdroj, in southern Poland, on Wednesday, Szijjarto said Europe had achieved its great success thanks to Christian values. “The more we grow apart from these values, the less chance we have to restore a competitive and strong Europe,” he said. “In central Europe, we cannot understand why western Europe wants to get rid of...

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Average Czech Monthly Wage up by 8.6 Percent in Second Quarter

Average monthly salaries in the Czech Republic grew by 8.6 percent year-on-year in the second quarter of this year, according to figures released this week by the Czech Statistics Office. The average wage stood at a record CZK 31,851 at the end of June. In view of a 2.3 percent increase in prices in the same period, real wages rose by 6.2 percent in the second quarter. Earnings rose particularly quickly in sectors dominated by the state, such as the arts, education, and...