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“Flowers are better than bullets.” Protests in Belarus enter the fifth day

The balance of protests in Belarus since Sunday’s presidential elections is, for now, two dead and almost seven thousand detainees. Thousands of Belarusians have faced…

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France suspends extradition agreement with Hong Kong following decision by other countries

“In the light of the latest developments, France will not ratify the extradition agreement signed on May 4, 2017, between France and the Hong Kong…

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King Emeritus Juan Carlos I will leave Spain

The involvement of the emeritus king in ill-advised businesses and the existence of two suspicious foundations prevent Juan Carlos from continuing in Spain. The son,…

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China Becoming Concern for U.S. Commanders in Europe

It seems counter-intuitive, but China is increasingly a concern for the commander of U.S. Naval Forces in Europe and Africa and NATO’s Allied Joint Force Command. Navy…

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Macron announces visit to Russia and asks Europe to reassess its strategy with Moscow

According to Reuters, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Saturday that he would travel to Russia soon for further talks with his counterpart Vladimir Putin….

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Belarus accuses Russia of electoral interference; Moscow denies

President Alexander Lukashenko, 65, has been in power since 1994 and aspires for the sixth term in the August 9 presidential election. Belarus President Alexander…

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Trump Plans to Withdraw Some U.S. Troops From Germany, a Key NATO Ally

By Michael Crowley and Julian E. Barnes The plan is a further blow to America’s weakening European alliances and likely to be welcomed by President Vladimir V….

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Why Nationalists Fail

By HELEN LEWIS | The Atlantic The Welsh independence movement lags far behind the Scottish version. Why?   This year, a graffiti slogan began to…

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Northern Ireland’s New IRA: What is it?

The New IRA isn’t all that new. It’s been around since 2012 and has roots in dissident Irish republican groups of old. Despite its name,…

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Neonazis of San Blas and Retiro, on the hunt for the «antifa» in Moratalaz

Police intercepted more than 50 individuals Thursday who were searching for their District 14 enemies. “Moratalaz is fascist territory”. The polarization of the protests, in…

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Spanish Police: Moroccan ISIS Sympathizer Radicalized Multiple Youths

By  Safaa Kasraoui   Moroccan police arrested the radicalized suspects, who were planning terror attacks in Morocco and UAE, in different operations. Rabat – After…

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