On Friday, police arrested a 17-year-old Afghan teen who has been accused of raping and killing a 19-year-old student, the daughter of an EU official, in October. He is thought to have arrived in Germany as an unaccompanied minor in 2015.The news comes as Merkel’s CDU party meets at a congress on Tuesday, during which members will reelect her as party leader. Also On POLITICO Angela Merkel: No refugee cap in Germany By Esther King The German chancellor has cautioned against stigmatizing all refugees after an Afghan asylum seeker was charged with the rape and murder of a woman in Freiburg.“This is a terrible murder, and if it turns out to be an Afghan refugee, it is to be condemned,” Angela Merkel told broadcaster ARD Monday. But, “This cannot be linked to the rejection of an entire group.”The comments echoed those made by Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel on Monday, when he asked citizens and politicians to avoid “conspiracy propaganda” when it comes to refugees. The far-right Alternative for Germany party has blamed the Freiburg murder on “uncontrolled” mass immigration.
Gross proceeds from the Global Offering amount to NOK 1,452 million (USD224.1 million).”The Board of WW ASA is pleased with the market’s confidence in the company’s ability to create value for its shareholders,” states Thomas Wilhelmsen, chair of the Board of WW ASA.”With the proposed restructuring we are creating the only listed pure play car/ro-ro and logistics company in the world. The Global Offering gives WW ASA necessary strength, enabling us to act on opportunities arising within sea transportation of rolling cargo and integrated logistics services. The company is now well positioned for future growth,” says Wilhelmsen.
Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also: Fernandes could hand over to Bhatia at QPR QPR are set to confirm the signing of veteran right-back Angel Rangel.West London Sport revealed last week that Angel was being brought in as cover while Darnell Furlong is out injured.AdChoices广告Rangel, 35, is a free agent, having left Swansea City when his contract expired this summer.He spent 11 years with the Welsh club, making 328 league appearances and playing a key role in their climb to the Premier League.Rangel, who played seven times for Swansea in all competitions last season, has been invited to train with the R’s, who expect to be without Furlong for at least three months.Furlong, who missed much of last season with knee trouble, suffered another knee injury during a recent pre-season friendly against AFC Wimbledon. See also:QPR boss taking no chances with HallQPR star Eze ‘will get better and better’