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SYRIA From the outside looking in, Syria appears to be a hornet’s nest of terrorist groups and non-state actors. A number of these organizations have been fighting the forces loyal to President Bashar Assad in a bloody civil war that has cost the lives of an estimated 500,000 people. They include Islamic State (ISIS), a jihadist group that has also ...

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Dutch PM Rutte to immigrants Act normal – or go a way

Weeks before Dutch voters go to the polls, Prime Minister Mark Rutte has said that anyone who rejects the country’s values should leave.  Via: bbc.com “Act normal, or go away,” he says, in a message seen as taking on the anti-immigration Freedom party currently running high in the opinion polls. The Dutch felt increasingly uncomfortable with people who abused the very ...

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Sweden’s Queen Silvia says palace is haunted by ghosts

Queen Silvia of Sweden believes her royal palace is haunted, according to a documentary to be aired on Swedish public television on Thursday. She said she shares 17th-century Drottningholm Palace, with “small friends … ghosts”. “It’s really exciting. But you don’t get scared,” she said. The building, near Stockholm, is the permanent residence of the queen and her husband, King ...

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Istanbul Reina nightclub attack ‘leaves 35 dead’

At least 35 people have lost their lives in an attack on a nightclub in Turkey, Istanbul’s governor has said. Among the dead at the Istanbul club is one police officer, Vasip Sahin stated, adding that it was a terror attack. At least another 40 were injured in the attack which took place in the Reina nightclub, in the Ortakoy ...

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Romania President rejects Muslim Sevil Shhaideh as PM

Romanian President Klaus Iohannis has rejected the prime ministerial candidate nominated by the left-of-centre Social Democrats (PSD). Sevil Shhaideh would have been Romania’s first female and Muslim prime minister. President Iohannis has given no reasons for his decision. Ms Shhaideh has been criticised for lacking political experience, only serving once as a regional minister. Analysts say her Syrian husband’s background ...

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The ISIL fights in Europe

Don’t buy their propaganda of ‘retaliation’ for Western strikes in Syria. The jihadist group has larger ambitions in Germany and France. The so-called Islamic State rushed to claim responsibility for last week’s Christmas market attack in Berlin, even with the alleged terrorist Anis Amri then on the run. (The 24-year-old Tunisian was killed a few days later in Milan.) The ...

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Angela Merkel: “Everywhere Truck Drivers Are Being Sought”

Horrible Irony …Merkel Recently Said Germany Needed Immigrants: “Everywhere Truck Drivers Are Being Sought”  Germany is in shock after yesterday’s terrorist attack on a Berlin Christmas market, which is a stark symbol of German culture. The latest figures show 12 dead and 48 injured – some seriously. Also the Polish driver of the hijacked truck allegedly was killed. Already accusations ...

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Stockholm Rape Syndrome

On Wednesday’s Breitbart News Daily, documentary filmmaker Ami Horowitz told the story of his venture into one of the controversial Muslim “no-go zones” in Europe. Horowitz recalled traveling to Stockholm, Sweden, because, “believe it or not, Sweden has taken in more Islamic refugees per capita than any Western nation, maybe even than any nation on the earth, including Turkey.” “Over ...

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Chinese Seize U.S. Navy Unmanned Vehicle

A U.S. Navy unmanned buoyancy glider was taken by Chinese forces in international waters earlier this week, two defense officials confirmed to USNI News on Friday. The glider was operating with U.S. Military Sealift Command ship USNS Bowditch (T-AGS-62) about 50 miles off of Subic Bay in the Philippines when a People’s Liberation Army Navy ship took the glider both ...

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Russia crucial to Trump’s Middle East plans

President-elect Donald Trump’s push for greater ties to Russia will help in key administration priorities in the region, starting with ending the civil war in Syria, a transition advisor told Middle East diplomats on Wednesday. Walid Phares, a foreign policy adviser to the Trump transition, met with Arab ambassadors Wednesday to brief them about the incoming Trump administration’s policy toward the Middle East. ...

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