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.
It seemed to be the video image of the weekend: the “stand-off” between a teenager with a “Trump-cap” and a drumming Indian activist. The media talked about racism and shame about it, but in reality the story is much more fabricated, as it turns out.
Waalwijk – Three cops were injured on Monday during the arrest of an aggressive man in the Margrietstraat in Waalwijk. A warning shot also had to be unloaded.
Fiorina L., 20 years old, lost an eye in a demonstration of yellow vests, December 8, after receiving a tear gas grenade launched by a police officer. She tells and analyses the facts at the microphone of Boulevard Voltaire.
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.
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.
The Turkish government recently said that it received some information from the Dutch police that the Dutch journalist “Ans Boersma” has ties with the Syrian terrorist movement Jahbat al-Nusra. “On this basis, we have taken action and we have taken a precautionary measure,” says a President Erdogan’s spokesman on Twitter.
On Wednesday Hasher T. was arrested who wanted to commit an attack on the White House and other government buildings. The FBI spent a year researching the 21-year-old man.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has narrowly survived the confidence of no vote in British parliament. 325 members voted for her to stay on, 306 parliamentarians preferred to see her go.