There are around 20 of these institutions, for example in Vienna-Alsergrund, Traiskirchen (Lower Austria), Salzburg and Villach.

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There are around 20 of these institutions, for example in Vienna-Alsergrund, Traiskirchen (Lower Austria), Salzburg and Villach.

There are around 20 of these institutions, for example in Vienna-Alsergrund, Traiskirchen (Lower Austria), Salzburg and Villach.

There are around 20 of these institutions, for example in Vienna-Alsergrund, Traiskirchen (Lower Austria), Salzburg and Villach.

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The arrested 23-year-old confessed to both knife attacks in Vienna.

A 23-year-old suspect confessed on Thursday to having carried out two knife attacks on four passers-by in Vienna-Leopoldstadt within 30 minutes on Wednesday evening. He attacked a family on Praterstrasse, and then a 20-year-old friend on Praterstern. The condition of the family father was still critical, mother, daughter and the 20-year-old are out of danger.

Motive: anger over the entire life situation

The Afghan named anger about his entire life situation as the motive for the first act. The victim of the second act – a compatriot – he blamed for his own drug addiction, he said in his interrogation at the State Criminal Police Office in Vienna under the direction of Colonel Gerhard Haimeder. In the meantime, according to his own statements, he was clean and he had not consumed alcohol before the attacks, said the Afghan. When asked whether the act was also politically motivated, the 23-year-old clearly denied.

© APA / HERBERT PFARRHOFER The perpetrator stabbed a family of three on Praterstrasse at the Nestroyplatz subway entrance and seriously injured them.

The first attack was carried out at 7.45 p.m. in front of a Japanese restaurant on Nestroyplatz at the exit of the U1. The family of three – the 67-year-old father, the 56-year-old mother and the 17-year-old daughter – must have just come out of the restaurant when the perpetrator attacked them with a jackknife. The father, a medic, had to be reanimated. A witness fled to a pub after the attack. «The accused wanted to investigate, after the door was locked from the inside, he hit the window with the knife in his hand and injured his hand,» reported police spokesman Patrick Maierhofer.

Family father still in danger of death

The family man was still in mortal danger on Thursday, the condition of mother and daughter was stable. In his interrogation, the asylum seeker stated that he was in a bad, aggressive mood.123helpme free essay In addition, he was «angry with his entire life situation,» said Maierhofer.

«He was mad at him and blamed him for his drug addiction» »

About half an hour later, the Afghan attacked the fellow countryman at the Praterstern exit to the Ferris wheel. According to his own statements, he was an acquaintance. «He was angry with him and made him responsible for his drug addiction,» Maierhofer quoted from the survey. The 20-year-old was out of danger on Thursday.

The 23-year-old suspect was arrested on Wednesday evening during an immediate search for the second attack. He had two knives with him, the police secured them. The Afghan was still in police custody on Thursday and is to be taken to the Josefstadt prison after the interrogations.

The crime scene group of the State Criminal Police Office discovered a trail of blood not far from the first crime scene on Nestroyplatz on Thursday. This led to the Treppelweg on the Danube Canal and should have come from the 23-year-old. Police dogs were also used.

Responses from top government

Federal Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP), Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache and Interior Minister Herbert Kickl (both FPÖ) commented on the bloody act in Vienna-Leopoldstadt and what they believed to be the causes and the consequences that could be drawn from it late on Thursday afternoon. In a letter sent to the APA it says in full:

«The citizens of our country must be able to feel safe on our streets, so the criminal offender from Afghanistan who has now been arrested must be proceeded with with the full severity of the law.»

«Federal Chancellor Sebastian Kurz: ‘My thoughts are with the victims of yesterday’s knife attack in Vienna, to whom I wish a speedy and complete recovery. Incidents like these are unbearable and must by no means be tolerated. The citizens of our country must rely on ours Roads can feel safe, therefore the now arrested perpetrator from Afghanistan must be proceeded with the full severity of the law. It is clear that many mistakes have been made in migration and asylum policy in recent years. Unlimited migration is the cause of many problems with that we are currently facing.

«We will continue to advocate a system change in European migration policy in Brussels with all our vehemence.»

The new federal government has therefore set itself the task of correcting these serious mistakes made in recent years. The first step was the decision to massively increase the number of police posts. Safety in Austria has absolute priority. We will continue to advocate a systemic change in European migration policy with all vigor, also in Brussels. ‘

«It is terrible that scenes like this take place in the middle of Vienna»

Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache was appalled by the cowardly crime. «It is terrible that scenes like this take place in the middle of Vienna.» At the same time, the Vice Chancellor congratulated the executive branch on the rapid success of the search. Unfortunately, such attacks are also one of the consequences of the uncontrolled influx of migrants to Austria in 2015/2016. ‘That is precisely why we are working for a restrictive asylum and immigration policy. Because whoever thinks he can sneak asylum with us, he can abuse the right to asylum, he can become a criminal, injure or even kill people at will, is very wrong, ‘emphasized Strache. Such people would have forfeited the right to asylum. ‘That is precisely why we are now sharpening asylum and aliens law, and that is precisely why we must continue to control our borders ourselves as long as the EU external border protection does not work,’ said the Vice Chancellor.

«I hope with all my heart that the victims survive and get well again»

Interior Minister Herbert Kickl was also shocked by the cruel knife attacks. ‘I hope with all my heart that the victims survive and get well again. Since I took office as Minister of the Interior, the area of ​​asylum has been a top priority for me, so that a clear distinction is made between those who are actually entitled to asylum and economic refugees and, in particular, criminals have to leave our country reliably after serving their sentence. A lot has to be dealt with here and – as this terrible act shows – there are still far too many dangerous people among us who are officially looking for protection, but from whom the population of Austria must actually be protected. Protecting the people in Austria is my top priority. To prevent asylum crime and asylum abuse, I campaigned for this every day with the officials of the BMI (Ministry of the Interior, note). For example, I am negotiating with my interior minister colleagues in Brussels today. ‘»

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hedwig Fri., March 9th. 2018 13:39

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Strache was and is just a steamy talker – according to the motto: now let’s sit at the full sauté trough and help ourselves – the trough is unchanged – only the pigs are «new»! What do we care about the population – but, let’s just do it like that as if…

Brain teaser Thursday, March 8th. 2018 20:54

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What kind of migration does this mean? The e-migration or the im-migration? Maybe he left the direction open so that he can decide later.

Mailyn P. Thu., March 8th. 2018 19:38

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How much welfare money has this Afghani received so far?

Brain teaser Thursday, March 8th. 2018 20:56

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Thousands of euros for sure, but they weren’t enough for him, which is why he was so dissatisfied. It’s between the lines.

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annas Thursday, March 8th. 2018 11:12

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yes that’s right, we didn’t have this rabble decades ago, we now get that from being so humane.

Brain teaser Thursday, March 8th. 2018 22:22

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not only humane, but mostly also stupid and uneducated and naive and consumeristic and lazy and selfish and dissatisfied and fearful and manipulable and manipulative and greedy and coccer and in a dream world. So are we.

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Rigi9 Thursday, March 8th. 2018 11:07

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Got it from all the rabble !! Zero security, just more crime every day! Vienna is totally messed up, a Hungarian politician has to say that because ours are too cowardly !! Häupl’s work, thank you very much! It is similar in Graz !! If a citizen says that, he will be reported or made a racist !! This is called freedom of expression! You will be silenced !! Dictatorship! UN, ha, ha

Brain teaser Thursday, March 8th. 2018 22:17

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Jeremias Gotthelf, Kurt von Koppigen, z.n. Project Gutenberg If you call someone a rabble, it is not a racist statement because, according to the Duden, the word is more about a socially depraved person. I suspect that the synonym rabble actually, at least literally, sums up the situation. The cause of it all is probably human failure in all official channels.

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The

Hungarian Minister of the Chancellery

described Vienna as unsafe in a video and warns of «similar conditions» in Hungary.

Vienna is dirty, insecure and highly criminal, and that’s only because of the immigrants. That’s what he said

Hungarian Minister of the Chancellery

Janos Lazar in a video that he published on his Facebook page on Wednesday night. In the video, Lazar threatened: If the opposition won the parliamentary elections in Hungary on April 8, Budapest would look like Vienna in 20 years.

Vienna favorites

Lazar claimed in the video, which was probably shot in Favoritenstrasse in Vienna-Favoriten, that 20 years ago there were no immigrants in this district, but today only pensioners are the only remaining Austrians. According to his own statement, he wanted to ask some immigrants how they liked it in Vienna, but «nobody answered because nobody spoke German». There are many schools in Vienna in which «no more white Viennese children are studying, only Muslim children and children from the Middle East,» said Lazar.

However, the video was deleted from Facebook on Wednesday morning, as Lazar later announced. The minister was outraged in a Facebook entry and asked the social network to stop the video, otherwise his «right to freedom of speech and expression» would be curtailed. He published the screenshot of a Facebook message to him, which shows that the social network is removing posts that attack people based on their ethnic, national or religious affiliation.

Criticism from the town hall and the FPÖ

There was outrage from the Vienna city tour about the video. Economic City Councilor Renate Brauner (SPÖ) reported harsh criticism via Twitter, for example. As city councilor for international affairs and a «proud Viennese» she protested «the fiercest» against the portrayal of her hometown. Deputy Mayor Maria Vassilakou (Greens) also sent the minister “wienliebe” and “favoritenpride” via Facebook.

The FPÖ did not enjoy the short film either. Although many things had actually developed in the wrong direction in the past few years under the red-green town hall coalition, said the blue Vice Mayor Dominik Nepp, the video was «inappropriate and in terms of the friendly relations between neighboring countries Act of courtesy «.

«The Hungarian election campaign has lost nothing in Vienna»

«The Hungarian election campaign has lost nothing in Vienna,» commented the Viennese SPÖ state party secretary Barbara Novak. She pointed out that the Hungarian ruling party Fidesz had recently suffered a devastating defeat in an extra-touristic mayoral election. Incidentally, this happened in Lazar’s south-eastern Hungarian hometown of Hodmezövasarhely, whose constituency he also represents in parliament.

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mfp7764 Thursday, March 8th. 2018 08:22

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Somehow he’s right. Vienna is no longer what it used to be.

Mailyn P. Wed. March 7th. 2018 20:41

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«Vienna is dirty, insecure and highly criminal» In return, Vienna pays the alleged «refugees» lavish social assistance.

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