Police described Rinkeby as predominantly immigrant, though it wasn't clear who the perpetrators of the violence were. According to crime statistics analysis between October 2015 and January 2016 performed by Dagens Nyheter , refugees, of which Sweden took in the greatest number per capita in 2015, were responsible for only one percent of all incidents.
The San Francisco protesters were among thousands who attended Not My Presidents Day rallies around the nation, including thousands in NY and several hundred in Chicago and Washington, D.C. Multiple banners also touched on climate change , equal rights for women and their unbridled distaste for the newly elected USA president. "I am here to stand up for what's right, to stand up against what's wrong", one protester, Miriam Bowden, said.
Malaysia has recalled its ambassador from North Korea over the incident while North Korea's ambassador to Malaysia says the investigation is politically motivated. He was sacked from his job in 2013 as deputy editor at the Study Times , a newspaper put out by the Central Party School, the Communist Party's top training facility for its officials.
While he once again insisted that he now doesn't see a future for himself as Wolverine , he admitted that he might change his mind in a couple of years times. So what does he remember of his last day playing the mutant? Although some of the impact is lost considering this character got vaporized onscreen awhile back and yet was miraculously resurrected, but I digress.
Thousands of people are expected to protest today as MPs debate President Donald Trump's mooted state visit to the UK. The Stop Trump coalition is coordinating dozens of protests nationwide along with the One Day Without Us movement, which will celebrate the contribution of immigrants to British society.
To win a first-round victory, according to Ecuadorian law, a candidate must receive more than 50 percent of the vote, or at least 40 percent provided he/she is at least 10 points ahead of the No. Outside the region, much of the interest in the election focused on what the outcome might mean for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been living at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London since 2012.