Turkey has a plan to push migrants infected with the coronavirus to cross into Greece and other parts of Europe

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Greek authorities have found out that numerous migrants in Turkey have been concentrating in the country's western seaside towns, as if ready to cross into neighboring Greece's islands in the Aegean Sea, Ekathimerini reported.

More worrying, sources that cannot be named but are considered reliable believe that Turkey has a plan to push migrants infected with the coronavirus to cross into Greece and other parts of Europe in the midst of the virus pandemic. According to the sources, these migrants, many of whom were also at the Pazarkule, or Kastanies, border crossing, have been transported from migrant camps in the hinterland.

Migrants' movement towards the Turkish shore is being facilitated and regulated by the Turkish police and gendarmerie.

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UK: Kurdish migrant admits to plotting terror attacks against Germany

Fatah Mohammed Abdullah, a Kurdish refugee, pleaded guilty at Liverpool Crown Court after armed police found 8,000 matches, chemicals and a detonator in his flat in Newcastle, Northern England the Daily Mail reports.

Abdullah arrived in the UK on the back of a lorry back in 2005 and was allowed to remain in the country in 2010.

The man had serious mental health issues including “voices in his head” but was capable of producing his own Islamist literature.

Police found scribbled notes declaring support for ISIS in his flat as well as the bomb-making materials.

Digital evidence on Abdullah’s phone showed searches for the use and manufacture of gunpowder.

 

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