Antwerp – A hotel on the Koningin Astridplein in Antwerp has to close its doors for three weeks for facts related to the sexual exploitation of minor teenage girls. This was decided by Mayor Bart De Wever on the basis of findings made during various police checks. It’s about Hotel Monico.
More than 12,000 Belgian young students skipped school today to draw attention to a more ambitious climate change policy. They travel past European institutions in a long march from Brussels Central station.
In Germany, a 17-year-old girl was seriously injured after being attacked by two Afghan asylum seekers. She wanted to escape by jumping on a bus, but the asylum seekers pulled the girl out of the moving bus. This is reported by the German newspaper “Die Welt”. One of the Afghan asylum seekers is in prison, the other has been released.
The police at Schiphol Airport held a drunken co-pilot on Sunday. The 50-year-old turned out to have an alcohol concentration of 0.63 when checked, where 0.2 per mille is allowed for aircraft personnel.
Helmond – Two girls aged (15 and 2) injured were injured in Helmond on Monday afternoon when a car was been shot at, and the car drove away.
Several Huge gas tank explosions exploded on a rooftop at an university campus “de la Doua” earlier today in Lyon, France. Three people received minor injuries and students and staff were evacuated from campus buildings.
“Eric Drouet never called for violence” the lawyer of the “yellow vest” responds to the accusations of Castaner
Paris – The Interior Minister “Christophe Castaner” wants the case to be brought against Eric Drouet after he told the publication of a statement calling for “the uprising” on social media. His lawyer reacts to the accusation.
Paris – A 60-year-old woman was found dead Sunday at her home in the 12th District of Paris. She was found beheaded. She had filed multiple police complaints last year for death threats.
Athens – Out of an official annual report out of Greece, has seen one of it best comebacks in tourism over 4 years, since the migration crisis began back in 2015. The tourism industry grew with about 10.6 percent in 2018.
Amsterdam will secure mosques. According to the municipality, the chance of an attack is real. Jewish institutions in the city are already secured.