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612 State Department emails relating to the Clinton Foundation, Dennis Cheng, Doug Band, Haiti, and more.

Today Citizens United is releasing 612 pages of State Department emails relating to the Clinton Foundation, Dennis Cheng, Doug Band, Haiti, and more. These emails were produced to Citizens United by the State Department on October 21st, 22nd, and 25th as a result of FOIA requests and litigation and cover the following: “Do you know if there’s ever been or ...

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Hollande set to lose French presidency after complaining ‘there are too many immigrants

FRENCH president Francios Hollande looks set to lose his leadership of the socialist party after a controversial list of claims was leaked. The European leader’s controversial statements reportedly included Hollande saying the justice system was “full of cowards”, that there were “too many immigrants” and that there was a “problem” with Islam.Mr Hollande also spoke harshly about senior politicians in ...

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Facebook bans Danish MP over nude photos

Danish MP Uffe Elbæk was temporarily banned from Facebook for violating the social media giant’s nudity policy. Elbæk, the leader of The Alternative, said on Monday that he was banned for posting two photos that contained nudity. One was from Copenhagen’s Culture Night while the other was a famous photo from 1969 that shows Danish artist Lene Adler Petersen walking ...

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Town in the heart of Europe where ONLY Arabic can be spoken and Arabs can live

PROTESTS are taking place in a town in Bosnia-Herzegovina because only Arabs are allowed and most of the houses contain the third or fourth wives of wealthy sheikhs. Locals are fuming because they are are only allowed into the site in the south-eastern Europe country if they are servants or cleaners.The complex is surrounded by heavy security, gates and high ...

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Denmark’s queen tells Muslims to adopt West’s values

THE Queen of Denmark has urged Muslims arriving in Europe to adopt Western values in an extraordinary intervention in the migration debate. Queen Margarethe II said it was “not a law of nature” that asylum seekers automatically integrated into society and called on Muslim groups to do more to help new arrivals understand Danish society. The Queen, who is one ...

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Turkey’s New Maps Are Reclaiming the Ottoman Empire

In the past few weeks, a conflict between Ankara and Baghdad over Turkey’s role in the liberation of Mosul has precipitated an alarming burst of Turkish irredentism. On two separate occasions, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticized the Treaty of Lausanne, which created the borders of modern Turkey, for leaving the country too small. He spoke of the country’s interest in ...

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Russia and China Fear America’s Seawolf-Class Submarines

The Seawolf-class submarines were envisioned as the best submarines ever built. Designed to succeed the Los Angeles–class attack submarines and maintain America’s edge in the underwater domain, the class suffered from cost overruns and the collapse of the Soviet Union. While still some of the best submarines ever built, they were built at reduced numbers. In the late 1980s, the ...

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300 Marines Deployed To Norway Near Russian Border For First Time Since World War II

More than 300 Marines will be deployed to Norway along the Russian border as tensions between Moscow and Washington over conflicts in Ukraine and Syria have provoked new threats of sanctions and military upgrades. The deployment marks the first time a foreign military will be on the ground in Norway since World War II, according to Reuters. The Marines will take part in training and manoeuvres ...

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Syrian refugee with FOUR WIVES and 23 CHILDREN ‘claims £320,000 a year in benefits’

A SYRIAN refugee with four wives and 23 children has sparked outrage after it was claimed he was receiving a staggering £320,000 a year in benefits. The migrant, known only as Ghazia A, fled Syria last year along with his family. He has since resettled in Germany with his four wives and 22 of his children. One of his daughters ...

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Geert Wilders Justice in the Netherlands

It is deeply troubling that the court already before the criminal trial has even begun, so obviously compromises its own impartiality and objectivity. Are other European courts also quietly submitting to jihadist values of curtailing free speech and “inconvenient” political views? If you are a politician and concerned about the future welfare of your country, you should be able to ...

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