Police in Upper Austria have detained five young asylum seekers from Afghanistan over accusations they sexually harassed women during a wine and beer festival..
Austrian Police Arrest Violent Afghan Migrant After 24-Hour Crime Spree
- An Afghan migrant evaded Austrian police twice in a 24-hour crime spree, assaulting numerous people before following an 18-year-old female student home and masturbating on her family's doorstep.
The 17-year-old began his rampage through the city of Salzburg, Austria, by engaging in a fight with a Somali migrant, almost ten years his senior. He punched the man in the face, leaving his mouth injured, Krone Zeitung reports.
Just a few hours later, he attacked a porter outside a hotel, punching the 51-year-old in the face. The migrant initially managed to flee the scene, but after a short search the police caught up with him.(Excerpt) Read more at: breitbart.com ...
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- Over 50 Afghan migrants fought among themselves and with police in one of the Austrian capital's most famous parks and the site of migrant crimes.
- Austria: After gang of Afghan migrants attack woman, police tell her to dye hair and wear less 'sexy' clothingA student attacked by a gang of four men has accused police of blaming her because she had blonde hair and sexy clothing.
- Austrian Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka has announced there were a total of 22,000 criminal complaints against migrants in 2016 - a significant increase since 2015.
- German police are frustrated by the large number of immigrants who are allowed to regularly commit crimes and nevertheless remain in the country..
- Austrian police say they have identified six young men suspected of groping at least 18 women during New Year's Eve festivities in the city..
- More than 1,100 desperate migrants stormed a border fence just hours into 2017 in an attempt to reach Spanish territory from north Africa.
- A SOMALIAN asylum seeker has been detained in hospital after the alleged rape of a woman and an attempted robbery of another in Austria.