Thursday, July 27, 2017

173 suspected Islamic State fighters trained to attack Europe, Interpol

Interpol, the world's largest police organisation believes the fighters may seek to "build and position improvised explosive devices in order to cause serious deaths and injuries". According to the Guardian, the information was collected by US intelligence agencies during assaults on IS strongholds in Iraq...

Stopping Brexit ?

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair says there’s a chance Britain will remain in the European Union, stressing that halting Brexit is absolutely necessary. The ex-premier highlighted the many negative fallouts of Brexit including the slowing economic growth as well as the hit that the...

George Soros controlling US Embassies across eastern Europe

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Roger Stone and Jack Posobiec join Alex Jones to discuss Jack's trip to Eastern Europe and how George Soros is working to weaken the United States Embassy's influence in the region.

Turkey spying on German politicians — report

German politicians are under surveillance by Turkish intelligence agency, reported Turkish and German media on Wednesday. Turkey's intelligence agency has been increasingly gathering information on German politicians, according to a report. Prosecutors already launched an investigation into Turkey's alleged spying earlier this year. According to German DW,...

‘We want you to stay’ — British Prime Minister May tells EU immigrants

British Prime Minister Theresa May tells EU immigrants on Monday 'We want you to stay' in Britain, reported AFP news agency. https://twitter.com/AFP/status/879335973074513920 Theresa May says EU citizens living in UK after Brexit under "settled status" will have same rights as UK citizens to bring family into...

President Emmanuel Macron reshuffles government after allies quit

Amid a wave of resignations, Wednesday saw France get its second government line-up since President Emmanuel Macron took office in May. The string of departures meant that the reshuffle was more extensive than originally planned, with a group of relative unknowns making their entrance. Among them...

Brexit negotiations will begin on Monday, June 19 — Govt.

Britain has announced that Brexit negotiations will begin on June 19, despite earlier speculation they could be delayed, as Prime Minister Theresa May is still scrambling to prop up her minority government. "The first round of talks that will see the United Kingdom leave the...

Britain after the election

British business leaders are increasing their demands on the so-called 'Brex', seeking to take advantage of last week's elections, which weakened the ruling Conservatives of Prime Minister Theresa May and denied them the majority in parliament. They are lobbying for the government to negotiate a...

140 people went in hospital after showing signs of poisoning during opposition rally in Albania

Albania's Health Ministry reports that scores of people from an opposition party rally sought medical attention after complaining of feeling ill. 140 people have sought medical help after showing signs of poisoning following an opposition rally in Tirana, Albania's health ministry said on May 28.  The...

Turkey, the world leader in jailing journalists — HRW

A meeting planned for May 25, 2017, between European Union leaders and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of Turkey should signal that discussion of upgraded economic cooperation is dependent on Ankara’s willingness to tackle its human rights and rule of law crisis, Human Rights Watch...

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