Care taker chopped the head of child saying it was God order

 Care taker women who chopped off the head of a child, she was serving saying that she was ordered from God to commit the murder.

According to the details a suspected care taker woman from Moscow cut the head of a child. After killing the child she took the head of the child to the outside a Moscow metro station on Wednesday that Allah had ordered her to commit the crime.

Police on Monday fought to the ground Gulchekhra Bobokulova, a 38-year-old divorced mother of three from the Muslim-majority ex-Soviet state of Uzbekistan, after she walked around a Moscow street holding the infant’s severed head in the air and shouting Islamist mottos.

Some of the eyewitnesses told that they connected woman with Islamic State or other Islamic group but some investigators have suspected her as a mantel case.

 

Osama Bin Laden wanted to engage Pak Army according to the documents

Osama Bin Laden’s Will: Wanted to spend his money on jihad

Late Alqaida leader Osama bin Laden left 29 million US dollars and he wanted to spend most of his money on Jihad after his death mentioned in his will.

US officials disclosed more than one hundred documents in which he has disclosed his future plans and will. According to these Osama bin Laden wrote in a will that he had a fortune of about $29 million and that he wanted it spent “on Jihad.”

The will has been written in his own handwriting and he has advised to spend most of his money on jihad.

Many more documents were detained but have not been released and released.

The will has been written in the early nineties when he was living in Sudan soon after he moved to Afghanistan as he was welcomed by Taliban Government.

“I hope, for my brothers, sisters, and maternal aunts, to obey my will and to spend all the money that I have left in Sudan on Jihad, for the sake of Allah,” bin Laden wrote. In the will he also definite but minor amount for the relatives and associates.

Osama Bin Laden was killed in a US military operation in Pakistan May 2011.

 

Osama Bin Laden wanted to engage Pak Army according to the documents

Osama Bin Laden wanted to engage Pak Army according to the documents

US authorities have released some of the documents and letters of late Al Qaida leader Osama Bin Laden yesterday. Osama was killed in May 2011 in Pakistan.

According to the details of the documents Bin Laden wanted Al Qaida to stay away from ISIS and he considered ISIS as a rebel group working on foreign agenda.

According to these documents Bin Laden wanted to operate from Pakistan and he wanted to engage Pakistan army on the eastern border.

Newly published out papers from Osama Bin Laden’s hideaway reveal a upset al-Qaeda leader was stressed to control an unruly network, the US military says.

The documents were captured from the compound of Osama Bin Laden of Abotabad Pakistan.

The papers show he was unhappy with associates’ attacks on fellow Muslims, urging them to target the US instead.

Seventeen documents were released from a cache of more than 6,000.

According to these documents Osama wanted to stay in Pakistan and wanted to cut two Pakistani provinces Balochistan and Pakhtoonkhaw from Punjab as a separate country.

England deports 42 Pakistanis on Wednesday

England deports 42 Pakistanis on Wednesday

England has deported 42 Pakistanis on Wednesday in a special flight to the Benazir International airport. According to the details 30 of the deport people had complete their permits and were living illegally in the different areas of United kingdom whereas 12 of them had Pakistani Passports and they tried to enter UK with unfair and fake means.

“Three of them had no previous travel recording, thus implying they must have left the country before Integrated Border Management System (IBMS) was imposed or through land routes.”

When the deported people arrived at the airport The Interior Ministry ordered not to allow any person come out of the plane until the documents certification. Remember that Interior Minister has stopped all the airlines to bring back the deport people without the permission and certification of the Government. The FIA also punished different airlines with the fine of 7.5 million for breaking the rules of Pakistan Government. Pakistan has also send back the 35 men back to Greece who were deported without any visa or documents.

List of world billionaires

Bill Gates remains the richest person of the world 

Forbes announces list of richest people of the world and it will no surprise to tell you that Bill Gates remains the richest person of the world for consecutive 3 years having net worth of $75billion. Amancio Ortega of Spain is on 2nd having net worth $67billion. On number 3,4 we have Warren Buffet and Carlos Slim Helu from mexico.Jeff Bezos of “Amazon.com” is on number 5 spot having net worth of $45.2billion. The owner of Facebook Mark Zuckerburg is having the best year among the billionaires he jumps from rank 16 to 6 having net worth of $44.6billion and make it to top ten for the first time on Forbes list.

Remember that United States have highest number of billionaires in the world that is “540”.

Application for asylum will be answered right at registration

Application for asylum will be answered right at registration

According to sources (BBC update) a new constitutional package has been announced by the German parliament for asylum seekers. According to this proposal applications of asylum will be sort out right at the registration point. And they also strict the rule through which asylum seekers can call their families to Germany. A large number of parliamentarians “429” has voted in the favor of this constitution whereas 147 parliamentarians disagreed with this package and thy voted against it. Whereas 4 parliamentarians did not took part in this proposal.  Remember that according to a German newspaper around 3.6 million refugees are expected till 2020.

Pakistan becomes 6th highest asylum seekers in Europe

Pakistan becomes 6th highest asylum seekers in Europe

Pakistan has become 6th country in terms of most asylum cases registered in Europe previous year. A huge number of Pakistanis use to travel through Iran, Turkey and Greece to reach in the central European countries. Pakistan stands 6th behind Syria Iraq and Afghanistan. Syria remained the highest refugee producing country in Europe with 250 thousand refugees. German politicians have reacted with dismay to the change in Austrian policy, which includes a 3,200 daily limit on the number of migrants and refugees being allowed transit through the country.

Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere complained the number was far too high and sent the wrong signal.

“If others think that they will dump a greater burden on Germany, we won’t accept that in the long term,” he said.

His opposite number in Austria, Johanna Mikl-Leitner, complained that Germany was sending mixed signals.

Germany could not promise Greece that it would continue pursuing its open-border policy while also demanding that Austria stop everyone coming through, she argued. Germans have been shocked in recent days by two anti-refugee protests in the eastern state of Saxony.

Dozens of protesters blocked a bus carrying families to a shelter in the town of Clausnitz on Thursday night, hurling abuse and chanting “we are the people”.

Two nights later, a shelter for asylum-seekers was set alight in Bautzen as onlookers were filmed applauding the action.

Government spokesman Steffen Seibert condemned the Clausnitz attack as cold-hearted and deeply shameful. The UN has already counted more than 94,000 arrivals from Turkey on Greece’s Aegean islands since the start of this year. However, the EU’s Frontex border agency said the numbers in January were 40% lower than the previous month, largely because of poor weather.

 

 

Europe migrant crises; Police in Hungary has said that growing numbers of refugees are breaching a razor wire fence built to stop them crossing the border from Serbia. In January, 550 people were caught getting through - up from 270 In December. More than 1,200 were caught in the first 20 days of February. Hungary caused controversy with the 4m (13ft) barrier, completed in September. However, several other countries have since introduced tough border controls to stop the influx of migrants. The number of people crossing from Serbia dropped after Hungary built the fence along the 175km (110-mile) border with its neighbour last year. But police say migrants are now increasingly getting through, mostly by cutting through or climbing over the barrier. Most are from Pakistan, Iran and Morocco, who are no longer admitted through other routes. It follows moves by Austria, Slovenia, and Balkan countries to limit the nationalities and the numbers of those being allowed through. More than a million people arrived in the EU in 2015, creating Europe's worst refugee crisis since World War Two. The majority of migrants and refugees have headed for countries like Germany and Sweden via Hungary and Austria after crossing from Turkey to Greece. Many are fleeing the conflict in Syria.

Europe refugee crisis: Razor wire boundary failing in Hungary

Europe migrant crises; Police in Hungary has said that growing numbers of refugees are breaching a razor wire fence built to stop them crossing the border from Serbia. In January, 550 people were caught getting through - up from 270 In December. More than 1,200 were caught in the first 20 days of February. Hungary caused controversy with the 4m (13ft) barrier, completed in September. However, several other countries have since introduced tough border controls to stop the influx of migrants. The number of people crossing from Serbia dropped after Hungary built the fence along the 175km (110-mile) border with its neighbour last year. But police say migrants are now increasingly getting through, mostly by cutting through or climbing over the barrier. Most are from Pakistan, Iran and Morocco, who are no longer admitted through other routes. It follows moves by Austria, Slovenia, and Balkan countries to limit the nationalities and the numbers of those being allowed through. More than a million people arrived in the EU in 2015, creating Europe's worst refugee crisis since World War Two. The majority of migrants and refugees have headed for countries like Germany and Sweden via Hungary and Austria after crossing from Turkey to Greece. Many are fleeing the conflict in Syria.

Europe migrant crises

Europe migrant crises; Police in Hungary has said that growing numbers of refugees are breaching a razor wire fence built to stop them crossing the border from Serbia.

In January, 550 people were caught getting through – up from 270 In December. More than 1,200 were caught in the first 20 days of February.

Hungary caused controversy with the 4m (13ft) barrier, completed in September.

However, several other countries have since introduced tough border controls to stop the influx of migrants.

The number of people crossing from Serbia dropped after Hungary built the fence along the 175km (110-mile) border with its neighbour last year.

But police say migrants are now increasingly getting through, mostly by cutting through or climbing over the barrier. Most are from Pakistan, Iran and Morocco, who are no longer admitted through other routes.

It follows moves by Austria, Slovenia, and Balkan countries to limit the nationalities and the numbers of those being allowed through.

More than a million people arrived in the EU in 2015, creating Europe’s worst refugee crisis since World War Two.

The majority of migrants and refugees have headed for countries like Germany and Sweden via Hungary and Austria after crossing from Turkey to Greece. Many are fleeing the conflict in Syria.

Sweden to deport nearly 80,000 Asylum seekers

Sweden to deport nearly 80,000 Asylum seekers

Sweden to deport nearly 80,000 Asylum seekers

Sweden to deport

Sweden has decided to deport about 80,000 migrants but it will take a long time says a government officials. Some 163,000 migrants applied for asylum in Sweden in 2015, the highest per capita number in Europe. The numbers have fallen significantly since Sweden imposed tighter border controls this year. Of the approximately 58,800 asylum claims processed in Sweden last year, 55% were accepted.

Of those whose asylum requests were expected to fail, Mr Ygeman was quoted in Swedish media as saying: “We are talking about 60,000 people but the number could climb to 80,000.”

But he later tweeted to say he had not taken a position on how many migrants had grounds for asylum, it being a matter for the authorities and the courts.

Sweden earlier this week became the latest of a number of European nations to see tensions over migrants heightened by violence. A 15-year-old asylum seeker was arrested in Molndal, near Gothenburg, after a 22-year-old asylum center employee was stabbed to death.

 

 

 

EU plans to deport refugees from the Greek coasts back to Turkey

EU plans to deport refugees from the Greek coasts back to Turkey

EU plans to deport refugees from the Greek coasts back to Turkey

deport refugees

European Union is planning to deport the thousands of migrants who are arriving on the coasts of Greece back to Turkey on special ferries.

Migrants and refugees incoming on the Greek islands would instantly be sent back by ferry to Turkey, under a Dutch plan aimed at solving the crisis.

Under the suggestion, Labor party leader Diederik Samsom says that in return the EU could offer to take in up to 250,000 migrants a year currently in Turkey.

More than 850,000 people reached on the Greek islands from Turkey last year.

The strategy would need to be in place by spring, before the next surge in numbers is likely, he says.

Previously about 46,000 have touched Greece in January. Most entrances are fleeing conflict in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Two hundred people have sunk trying to get to Greece this month and more deaths were reported on Thursday.

Twenty-four bodies, including those of 10 children, were recovered by the Greek coastguard after a boat sank off Samos, officials said.