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Hamburg airport halts flights, evacuates in bad air scare

BERLIN —  German firefighters on Sunday evacuated hundreds of passengers at Hamburg Airport after about 50 people were injured by an unknown hazardous material that likely spread through the airport’s air conditioning system. All flights were halted for several hours due to the evacuation, but air traffic started running again around 2 p.m., airport spokeswoman

German magazine sparks furor with image of Trump beheading Statue of Liberty

German weekly magazine Der Spiegel sparked controversy at home and abroad on Saturday with a front cover illustration of U.S. President Donald Trump beheading the Statue of Liberty. It depicts a cartoon figure of Trump with a bloodied knife in one hand and the statue’s head, dripping with blood, in the other. It carries the

German Official: We Regret Open Borders

RT, Says growing Muslim population a challenge for open-minded society. Berlin made mistakes with its “open-door” refugee policy, which “went off course” and saw hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers entering the country over the past two years, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble admits. The German government is currently trying “to improve what went off

The People’s Government, the People’s Work

Jackie Gingrich Cushman, On January 20, Donald Trump took the oath of office and became the 45th president of the United States. Trump’s speech was 1,435 words long. It included the word “I” only three times. “The oath of office I take today is an oath of allegiance to all Americans,” said Trump. Later he


Caroline Glick, How Merkel’s mistakes are empowering anti-Semites. Two days before the leaders of European far-right parties met in Koblentz on January 21, one of the leaders of Germany’s far-right AfD party made clear why so many people fear the rise of nationalist forces in Europe. Speaking at a rally in Dresden, Bjorn Hocke, AfD’s

Nothing the Left does will stop Trump’s first day on the job #Day1

Daniel Greenfield,  In the first days of 2017, Washington D.C. was empty. It was a city holding its breath. Secret Service police officers in balaclavas waited at the White House as a black SUV carrying departing staffers passed. It had not been so long ago that they came into the city as if they owned

How Many Attacks Must We Endure Before the Islamic Link is Recognized?

Jerry Newcombe, Liberalism is putting our lives at risk. Liberalism will not recognize the link between Islam and the recent spates of attacks the West is enduring—including the shooting in the Fort Lauderdale airport baggage claim, the truck-driving attack on Christmas shoppers in Berlin, or the Ohio State student who drove his car into a

Muslim Car Jihad Continues With 4 Soldiers Dead, 15 Wounded in Israel

Daniel Greenfield, Muslim Car Jihad isn’t new. And it predates ISIS, but ISIS terrorists really seem to adore it.  The terrorist who carried out the deadly truck ramming attack in Jerusalem on Sunday afternoon was apparently a supporter of Islamic State, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said. Netanyahu made his comments at the scene of the attack, where

Iran planned terror attacks against Israel

Benjamin Weinthal, The Jerusalem Post Iran’s intelligence agency allegedly planned terrorist attacks against organizations and representatives engaged in pro-Israel work in Germany, according to German media reports citing the country’s federal prosecutor released on Friday. Syed Mustafa H., a 31-year-old Pakistani who worked for the German Aerospace Center in Bremen, was indicted on Monday for

Wave of terror attacks Predicted by 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed years ago

Marc Thiessen, The following column originally appeared on, the blog of the American Enterprise Institute. It is reprinted with permission. It seems like every week brings news of another low-level terrorist attack. An ISIS terrorist drives a truck into a crowded Christmas bazaar in Berlin, killing 12 people and injuring 48 others. Another terrorist walks into