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Migrant Rapes Girl Nearly To Death, Judge Grants Him Welfare Due To 1 Detail


On April 29, a 26-year-old Eritrean asylum seeker forced his way into a young woman’s apartment in Falkirk, Sweden. Regen Ghebrtnsa Ghebrmrim beat the woman into submission and raped her, details of which are so sadistic that it’s graphic description may be too disturbing for some. As appalling as the crime was, it still wasn’t enough to keep an appeal’s court judge from delivering one of the most unjust rulings of the refugee crisis.

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“We, the priests in refugee camps among the Eritreans”

Eritreans communicate a sense of dignity and composure.

Wherever one meets them – whether in refugee camps in northern Ethiopia, in shelters in Rome or Sicily, or in European capitals - the Eritreans communicate a sense of dignity and composure. They do not seem to come from a country that, piece by piece, is falling apart, standing out in the world as one of the worst places to be born and live.

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Eritrean immigrants arrested in Libya’s Misrata


At least 90 illegal immigrants have been arrested in Misrata, local authorities reported on Sunday. The Fight Against Illegal Immigration Bureau said 97 Eritrean immigrants, including 22 women, were caught red-handed as they were about to launch their journey to Italy from one of the city's shores.

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