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Germany’s spy agency chief loses job over Chemnitz video claims

Germany’s domestic intelligence chief has been forced to step down after he provoked controversy by questioning the authenticity of video footage showing far-right protesters in Chemnitz chasing down migrants and appearing to downplay the violence. By – Europe Scroll 4Video The removal of Hans-Georg Maaßen, the head of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV), followed more ...

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Watch Skripal suspects say Salisbury’s trip was about cathedrals and old clocks

The two men accused by the UK of attempting to assassinate a Russian double-agent with nerve poison have defended themselves, claiming they were only at the site of the killing because they wanted to see a cathedral. By – Bill Bostock Scroll 4Video Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov, who were accused by Britain last week of trying to kill Sergei Skripal, gave an interview ...

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EU to give internet firms 1 hour to remove extremist content

European authorities are planning to slap internet companies like Google, Twitter and Facebook with big fines if they don’t take down extremist content within one hour. By – AP European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said in a speech Wednesday that the Commission is proposing the new rules as part of efforts to step up the bloc’s security. He said that removing material within an ...

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Viktor Orban warns Hungary will NOT yield to ‘BLACKMAIL’ of EU

HUNGARY Prime Minister Viktor Orban defiantly hit back at calls for disciplinary action against his Government – insisting the country will not surrender to  “blackmailing” by the European Parliament By – Charlotte Davis Scroll 4Video Mr Orban ridiculed calls by the European Parliament for disciplinary action on the Hungary Government in response to his policies on migrant issues. The Hungarian Prime Minister ...

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Italy bristles after U.N. rights chief criticizes migrants’ treatment

Italy sharply criticized new U.N. human rights chief Michelle Bachelet on Tuesday after she announced she would send investigators to the country to check reports of racism and violence against migrants. By – Philip Pullella Hours after Bachelet made her inaugural speech in Geneva on Monday, Interior Minister Matteo Salvini, who heads the anti-immigrant League party, threatened to cut Italian funding ...

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EU & Spain complicit in Europe’s new migration catastrophe

An explosive investigation by Westmonster has exposed how the Spanish Government is complicit in Europe’s new migration crisis on its southern border. By – Westmonster Scroll 4Video Spain has become the number one destination for migrants coming into Europe in 2018, overtaking Italy and Greece after it elected a socialist Government who has relaxed Spanish border policy. This year Spain has ...

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Norway to Cancel Refugee Status, Send Back 1,600 Asylum Seekers

The Norwegian government rejects human rights activists’ claims that this step violates international rules and undermines integration efforts. By – Europe Norway has announced plans to deprive 1,600 Somali immigrants of their refugee status, as their homeland is considered safe enough to return to, the newspaper Nettavisen reported. According to the Norwegian government, Islamists from al-Shabaab have been pushed back in Somalia, which despite ongoing battles has evolved from a failed state ...

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Germany’s interior minister: ‘Migration is the mother of all problems’

Seehofer defended the Chemnitz protesters by calling for action on migration  Murder of Daniel Hillig sparked marches and counter-protests in Chemnitz  The protests were organised by far-right groups with many people arrested German minister Seehofer said those who broke the law would be prosecuted Angela Merkel is due to visit Chemnitz imminently in the wake of the protests By – George ...

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Google’s pro-Muslim algorithms

Back in 2007, the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) lobbied the United Nations to impose worldwide blasphemy laws.  Even though the resolution enjoyed the support of many non-OIC members and even though it appealed to Western liberal thinking by arguing that “unrestricted and disrespectful freedom of opinion creates hatred and is contrary to the spirit of peaceful dialogue and promotion of multiculturalism,” the ...

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Italy and Hungary Create ‘Anti-Immigration front’

“We are close to a historic turning point at the continental level. I am astonished at the stupor of a political left that now exists only to challenge others and believes that Milan should not host the president of a European country, as if the left has the authority to decide who has the right to speak and who does ...

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