‘For our staff’s safety’: Sweden’s postal service limits mail delivery to ‘no-go’ migrant district

TrendsEU refugee & migrant influx “There has been trouble in the area, and we have put in place protective measures to ensure the safety of our employees,” Maria Ibsen, PostNord’s spokesperson, told several local media outlets after they reported the story.

Armed bank robber abandons accomplice mid-raid after he fell ill and died

TrendsViral Reportedly brandishing box cutters, two raiders launched a Monday morning raid on a branch of Banca Popolare di Lajatico in Navacchio, northern Italy. According to Pisa Today, the two men worked in tandem with one keeping guard at the door while the other threatened staff and forcing them to hand over around €5,000 in cash.

Student charged over alleged peanut butter hazing of classmate with allergy

READ MORE: ‘Abhorrent’ sexual abuse & hazing at German elite base admitted by military Dale Merza, 20, was charged with misdemeanour hazing resulting in physical injury following the incident last October which left the victim with a swollen face, according to Mount Pleasant Police Department.

Pentagon sued over cancer-causing chemicals at Guantanamo Bay

In the lawsuit, they charge the US Navy with failing to properly investigate health hazards following reports of unusually high cancer rates at Camp Justice – the war court complex where legal teams work on the cases of alleged terror detainees, according to the McClatchy Washington Bureau.