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🆘‼️😯 Austria: Female Austrian cyclists show the Islamic ghetto formation in the recreation area of Vienna at the weekend. Only 2:19 minutes! pic.twitter.com/8tPTmjT74P
— Onlinemagazin (@OnlineMagazin) August 1, 2017
Looks like Vienna is finished!
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Im niederösterreichischen Pöggstall regt sich massiver Widerstand in der Bevölkerung gegen die geplante Aufnahme von 40 Asylanten aus Syrien. Diese sollen in leerstehende Reihenhäuser der Wohngenossenschaft „Alpenland“ ziehen dürfen. Auf Facebook gibt es bereits eine Protestgruppe mit nahezu 900 Mitgliedern.
Einheimische bezahlen für Häuser, Asylanten nicht
A swimming pool in Austria has had to put up signs warning male migrants not to grope women or enter their changing room, in an effort to prevent sexual assaults from taking place.
The signs have been discovered posted in a swimming pool in Perchtoldsdorf, a town not far from Vienna.
One sign shows a picture of a young female in a bikini, with three hands appearing to try and grope her. The sign reads ‘NO!’ and next to it explains ‘physical contact with other guests is forbidden’ in English, French, and Arabic.
Another has a picture of a man about to enter a female changing room, with the words ‘STOP!’ written above it and ‘entry is forbidden in non-designated areas’ written beside it.
A large stovepipe tornado touched down near Vienna International Airport in Austria during the afternoon hours of July 10, 2017. Although local media reports mention a preliminary rating of F1, the event was accompanied by fist-sized hailstones that damaged huge swaths of agricultural land, causing a total damage of 15 million euros. This is the second highest damage in a storm in Austria.
The tornado, somewhat rare for this region, touched down around 16:20 CET (18:20 UTC). It was produced by an isolated supercell that crossed the eastern part of Austria, on its way toward Slovakia.
At this time, there are no specific reports of the infrastructural damage it caused, but the twister temporarily suspended all nearby air traffic and was accompanied by fist-sized hailstones that pounded Vienna metropolitan area, damaging around 10 000 hectares (24 710 acres) of agricultural land. Some of the hailstones were reportedly as large as 5.5 cm (2.1 inches).
“The Italian government has warned that after years of taking in hundreds of thousands of migrants, the country is now at breaking point.”
Austria has deployed armoured vehicles close to its border with Italy and will send up to 750 soldiers to guard the frontier against migrants, the government said on Tuesday.
The move reflects deep concern in Vienna and elsewhere in Europe over the huge number of asylum seekers who continue to cross the Mediterranean from the coast of Libya – so far this year more than 85,000 have been rescued and brought to Italy.
— Onlinemagazin (@OnlineMagazin) July 2, 2017
🆘‼️😂 Austria: Migrant feels offended: "We're not stolen, we're not terrorists, we're Iranians, fxxk you!". At the same time he is rampaging! pic.twitter.com/bE2hsecawW
— Onlinemagazin (@OnlineMagazin) July 1, 2017
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Austria’s “migrant party”, the New Movement for the Future (NBZ), have announced they will be fielding candidates across Austria for the snap national election in October.
The New Movement for the Future (NBZ) was formed by Turkish immigrants in the city of Voralburg and ran for office in local elections. Chairman Adnan Dincer, originally from Turkey, has now said the party is ready to field candidates in the Austrian national election planned for October 15th, Die Presse reports.
A 25-year-old asylum seeker from Afghanistan has been sentenced to two years in prison for sexually molesting 14 women over a four month period.
The Afghan migrant was sentenced in Vienna this week after admitting he had molested over a dozen women between the ages of 18 and 36. He is said to have hung around the Reumannplatz area from November to February in the evenings and at night to find his victims, Die Presse reports.
The Iraqi asylum seeker who raped a 10-year-old boy in a swimming centre in Vienna will have his sentence reduced from six to four years after a judge felt his punishment was too “draconian”.
On the 2nd of December 2015, the 20-year-old Iraqi Amir A. brutally raped a 10-year-old boy at the Theresienbad in Vienna and shocked the country after claiming that he had a “sexual emergency”.
The Iraqi was found guilty of rape and sentenced to six years, but may see freedom much sooner as a judge has now reduced his sentence to four years, meaning he may be free as early as 2019, Kronen Zeitung reports.