Hundreds of protesters faced off with police in the French city of Rennes, Saturday, during a march against police brutality.
Intense police presence dominated the city's town centre, as surrounding roads were blocked by police forces.
Police blocked roads and threatened to use tear gas against protesters, with scuffles breaking out between officers and demonstrators.
The protest was part of a series of anti-police brutality rallies being held across France, with thousands in attendance. They were instigated by news that a French policeman was charged with the rape and abuse of a young black man, identified as 'Theo', during a routine ID check, on February 2.
Police reportedly sexually abused the victim with a police baton during an arrest in a Paris suburb.
No country is more committed to accepting foreign migrants and refugees than Sweden, taking in over 160,000 asylum seekers in 2016, as a result, rape and violence have since skyrocketed. Ami Horowitz, a journalist and filmmaker, took a close look at Sweden's refugee crisis and examines what 'extreme vetting' really means.
Israeli Border police do NOT full around when it comes to Palestinian's attempting to illegally cross into Israeli territory. Watch how efficiently they swarm this van that managed to work its way across the border.
Amid thick clouds of rising smoke, a small boy lays on the ground, screaming in agony. "Baba, carry me, baba!" He cries out, unable to stand, his legs blown off at the knee. This is the aftermath of an apparent air raid Thursday in the northwest province in Idlib in northwestern Syria, as shown by a video circulated by Syrian opposition activists on social media. UK-based monitoring network Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says the barrel bomb attack came from Syrian Army warplanes. CNN cannot independently verify claims of the origin of the attack. There's been no comment from the Syrian regime or Syrian state media. Opposition activists posted a photo of the 10-year-old boy, identified as Abdel Basit Al-Satouf, showing him alive, being treated at a hospital in Idlib. On Friday, after his condition improved, aid workers moved him to Hatay Province in Turkey for further treatment, Mustafa Ozbek, spokesperson for Humanitarian Relief Foundation, told CNN. The airstrike on the small village of al-Habit was one of 10 attacks to hit the southern countryside of Idlib. SOHR reports five people died in the attacks. Abdel Basit's mother and sister were among them, Ozbek said.
If you still don't believe it, here it is right from the horse's mouth. These are not so-called refugees, these are invaders who are out to take over the nations in which they enter thanks to liberals around the world and globalists attempting to force multiculturalism on societies that don't agree with one another
A disturbing new video has been released to showing Muslim migrants knocking out a young woman, robbing her, carjacking her, and using that car to kidnap her as riots continue to spread throughout France.
Marching in the streets of London against Jews, Christians and America. They are saying "itbah itbah al yahud" which literally means "butcher butcher the Jews" sometimes they chant "Khaybar Khaybar ya yahud" which refers to the town of Khaybar where Jews were slaughtered by the Arabs. Was Trump right in trying to ban these people ? They hate America, Jews and Christians. What do they love then ? So much hatred in these people.
Nonprofit groups awarded federal grant money to combat violent extremism are rejecting the money because of what they describe as US President Donald Trump's actions against the Muslim and Arab community. Former president Barack Obama's administration in its final days awarded 31 grants through the Homeland Security Department worth a total of about 10 million US dollars. Those agreements haven't been signed or any money distributed. Two groups said they were rejecting the money they already had been offered, and a third expressed objections to Trump's plans. Leaders Advancing and Helping Communities in Dearborn, Michigan, said it was turning down 500,000 US dollars for youth development and public health programmes because of the "current political climate." Ka Joog, a leading Somali nonprofit organisation in Minneapolis, rejected nearly 500,000 US dollars for its Somali youth programmes. Trump has endorsed extreme vetting and ordered a temporary ban on refugees from seven predominantly Muslim countries. Charities that already have worked with the US government, including the CIA, Justice Department and Homeland Security Department, said they were reacting to discussions within the Trump administration to exclusively target "radical Islamic terrorists" under a US programme to counter violent extremism. A US official with knowledge of the discussions said the Trump administration has been discussing a change in policy, which would change the Obama administration programme's name, established in 2014, to some iteration of "countering Islamic extremism." The official spoke on condition of anonymity because this person was not authorised to speak publicly. Suehaila Amen, a director for Leaders Advancing and Helping Communities, said members voted unanimously to reject the funds and were swayed by recent discussions of a possible name change. Amen, who worked with the Bush and Obama administrations to help build outreach to minority groups domestically and internationally, said she told US officials this past week that she will no longer be participating in discussions around countering violent extremism with the Trump administration. The Dearborn nonprofit counts the Central Intelligence Agency as one of its donors and "partners", as well as the Justice Department, which has had a historically uneasy relationship with many in the Muslim community since 9/11. Because the funds haven't been distributed, groups were worried that terms under the grant programmes could be changed. They said they worried that could diminish their credibility with communities impacted by a willingness to work with the current administration, or worse, that the money might require them to work with law enforcement under outreach programmes.
The once beautiful city of lights has become a cesspool for Muslim migrants that have besieged the European nation. Watch as they scream Allah Akbar while smashing storefronts and destroying private property.
Meanwhile In Iraq: Soldier Calmly Returns Fire While His Position Gets Lit Up By ISIS Terrorists!
Turkish Troops Engage ISIS SVBIED with Remote Weapon System
Suspects arrested Friday in a foiled terrorist plot in France had just started making the same powerful explosive used in the ISIS-directed Paris and Brussels attacks, and they appear to have been inspired by the terrorist group, a source close to the investigation told CNN.
French police "thwarted an imminent attack on French soil" when they arrested four people, including a 16-year-old girl and three men, in cities across France, Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux said in a statement. The girl had pledged allegiance to ISIS in a cellphone video, the source said. All four suspects are French nationals, a source familiar with the investigation said.
Tank Combat GoPro Footage from Syria shows an advancing Syrian Rebel tank being welcomed by incoming Syrian Army tracer fire on the battlefield in Syria. Video also shows outgoing rebel tracer fire on Syrian Army positions.
Muslim Migrants have once again burned their migrant camp that was setup by Italy in order to safely house them. The migrants were demanding more accommodations by the Italian government that even their own citizens do not receive. The demands were not met, so they burned down the camp that cost millions to build.
Video shows Mexican Marines helicopter hunting down Beltran Leyva Cartel members and taking out their leader "El H2" with a minigun from the air during a Mexican Marine raid in Nayarit. El H2" was taken out with 7 of his sicarios, confirmed by the SEMAR through their Twitter account. Dramatic video footage shows the operation being conducted during the late nighttime hours. Seven other high value criminal targets were also killed during the operation. The Beltran Leyva Cartel is a major drug organization in Mexico.
Protesters set ablaze a city hall overnight in Bahrain, the government said on Monday, as fresh violence erupted over the executions of three men convicted of a deadly bomb attack on police.
The fire in the building at Shamalia, south of the capital Manama, was eventually brought under control, said the interior ministry, without explicitly linking it to the executions.
"According to initial reports, the fire was intentional and the specialised services are taking the necessary measures," the ministry wrote on Twitter.
The blaze came after three men were put to death by firing squad on Sunday over the bomb attack on police in 2014, sparking clashes between angry protesters and security forces.
Anti-government protests have taken place in Bahrain. Supporters of the Kingdom’s Shi’ite Muslim opposition held a demonstration against the execution of three Shi’ite men convicted of killing three policemen in a bomb attack in 2014. These were the first executions since an uprising was put down in 2011.
Newly released footage by the Saudi Navy shows Iran-backed Houthi rebels attacking a Saudi naval frigate off the coast of Yemen on Jan. 30, 2017, which killed two Saudi sailors and wounded at least three more. Initially, the Houthis claimed the attack was carried out by means of a guided missile. However, the following footage disputes such assertions. Defense officials believe the Houthis had intended to, and thought they were striking a US Naval vessel. The Saudis threatened that the attack “would impact international navigation and the flow of humanitarian assistance to the port for Yemeni citizens,” meaning they will be locking down and heavily policing the ports. Expect to see confrontations between the Saudis and Iranian “humanitarian-aid” vessels, most likely carrying weapons and ammo resupplies to the Houthis.
Footage shown in court shows the intense situations that Marine A had to endure while stationed in Afghanistan.
A GROUP of migrants were involved in a mass brawl in a German park, with some using large pieces of wood to attack one another.
The mass brawl reportedly took place in the city of Gotha, the fifth-largest city in the central German state of Thuringia.
A video shows several men attacking each other, with police reporting several injuries.
It was shot in a snow-covered park close to the Friedenstein Castle, a palace built in the mid-17th century.
As it begins one male is seen being pushed to the floor while a dozen males follow him, punching him and striking with a long wooden stick.
After statements were made by a college professor that Muslims found offensive riots broke out at Parul University. Here you can see Muslim students launching vicious attacks on Hindi students outside of the school's main cafeteria. The tensions spread throughout the entire school as windows were smashed several students were beaten and chaos erupted inside the hallways.
Video shows heavy joint air strikes by the Russian and the Syrian Air Force on ISIS positions north of Aleppo, Syria.
Italy has been overrun by Africans, watch as Italian citizens attempt to break them up, only to have the man stabbing him run around the men and chase him down the street as the other man bleeds out. No words on whether the man suffered any major damage.
In a third and final video released by the Ministry of Defence, the build-up to the moment a marine shoots a wounded Taliban fighter can be seen.
Up to 150,000 people rallied in front of the cabinet building in Bucharest on Wednesday, in addition to at least 100,000 across dozens of other Romanian cities, according to police estimates. Massive crowds dispersed peacefully after midnight, but small groups that remained engaged in clashes with authorities.
White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn issued a warning to Iran this afternoon, saying the administration is "officially putting Iran on notice" after Sunday's missile test-launch.
Flynn was referring to a "provocative" ballistic missile test on Sunday by Tehran, which he said was carried out in defiance of a U.N. Security Council resolution.
"The Trump administration condemns such actions by Iran that undermine security, prosperity and stability throughout and beyond the Middle East and which place American lives at risk," said Flynn.
He also pointed to an attack Monday by Iran-supported Houthi militants on a Saudi vessel off the coast of Yemen.
U.S. defense analysts later told Fox News that the attackers may have believed they were targeting a U.S. ship.
Flynn said Iran is "feeling emboldened" after eight years of "weak and ineffective" policies by the Obama administration.
He said the Obama administration "failed to respond adequately" to weapons transfers, support for terrorism and other violations of international norms by Iran.
Iranian officials confirmed the test-launch, but said it was not a violation of the 2015 Security Council resolution.
Peshmerga forces of Iraq’s Kurdistan Region Government (KRG) light up the sky with a massive ammunition expenditure to neutralize an ISIS drone that was reconnoitering their position east of Mosul. Islamic State unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have become increasingly detrimental to the coalition force’s security. Although the Peshmerga were able to bring down the drone, the matter in which they did was extremely inefficient regarding the use of ammo. There was also an apparent risk of fratricide to the men standing on the berm. The Pentagon is working on counter UAV assets to jam guidance systems, as well as use lasers to all out destroy hostile drones. However, the estimated time of delivery for such assets is the year 2020, and the question remains as to whether the Pentagon would employ such new technology on the Iraqi battlefield.
If you're looking for any better example of what can happen when refugees are placed in a single area or migrate to a single area look no further than Minnesota in the United States. Somalians have all but taken over areas that they mass migrated to an cops are all but helpless to fight them as you can see in this video.
We aren't 100% sure what happened yet. But this segment from a video on the mosque which was attacked tonight's Facebook page seems to indicate that the imam was aware of a rival mosque which had a hate on for them.
At Least 5 dead 12 Injured At Quebec City Mosque Shooting Police in Quebec City have confirmed there has been a shooting at the Centre Culturel Islamique de Quebec on Sainte-Foy St.
There are witness reports that there has been a shooting at the mosque.
A witness told Radio Canada that one of the attackers shouted “Allahu akbar” as he opened fire.
“One started shooting. As soon as he opened fire he shouted, "Allahu akbar!" ("God is great!") The bullets reached people who were praying. People who prayed lost their lives. As for myself, the bullet passed over my head," the witness who refused to be identified said, adding the attackers “seemed to have a very good Québec accent.” No dead or injured are shown in this video.
Mexican Sen. Armando Rios Pitter told MSNBC’s Mariana Atencio Friday that Mexico will stop cooperating with the United States’ counter-terrorism efforts if President Trump does indeed build a wall along the United States’ southern border.