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Up to 50 people dead in bastille day attack in nice

A truck crashed into a crowd of revelers Thursday night during a Bastille Day celebration in France, killing more than 10 people, according to reports. Social media images showed videos of people running from the scene in Nice, though reports of mass fatalities and gunfire after the crash could not be immediately confirmed. The cargo truck plowed into a gathering at ...

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France June 2016: Stabbing Policemen, “Slut-Shaming” and New Death Threats

Muslim perpetrators rationalize their violence by convincing themselves that they live in a racist society that rejects them and their religion. And the government legitimizes them when it asks Parliament to vote for a law that favors “diversity” on public television channels. Islamist terrorist Larossi Abballa, 26, stabbed to death police officer Jean-Baptiste Salvaing and his wife, police administrator Jessica ...

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France is ‘on the verge of a civil war’ which could be sparked by a mass sexual assault on women by migrants

France is on the verge of a ‘civil war’ which could be sparked by the mass sexual assault of women by migrants similar to the one seen in Cologne on New Year’s Eve, the country’s head of intelligence has said. He believes the situation is so tense and fragile that another major Islamist terror attack or mass migrant sexual assault ...

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Inside the Global Jihad April , 2016

Main events of the week The ceasefire in Syria entered its eighth week, with the familiar characteristics. The US secretary of state and the Russian foreign minister have reiterated their support for the agreement and stressed the need to maintain it.  In Syria, clashes continued between the Syrian Army and its allies on the one hand, and organizations not included ...

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French PM calls for ban on Islamic headscarves at universities

Prime minister Manuel Valls talks with children next to Education minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem and Minister of State for Cities, Youth and Sports, Helene Geoffroy. Philippe Desmazes/AFP/Getty Images The French prime minister, Manuel Valls, has sparked controversy by suggesting the Muslim headscarf should be banned in universities and that a majority of French people think Islam is incompatible with the values ...

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Djibouti’s strategic position draws world’s armies

Home to only around 800,000 people, Djibouti is now crowded with the military bases of several world powers A navy soldier (L) of People’s Liberation Army (PLA) stands guard as Chinese citizens board the naval ship “Linyi” at a port in Aden. China has launched an unusual charm offensive to explain its first overseas naval base in Djibouti, seeking to ...

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BDS activists in France convicted of Holocaust denial

From Liberation (France), translated by Antisemitism-Europe: Two BDS activists were convicted by a Montpellier court of incitement and Holocaust denial and fined 3000 euro. They will also have to pay a very symbolic one euro in damages to each of the civil parties that joined the case: LDH (League of Human Rights), LICRA (International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism ), ...

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Watch Video : Paris attacks suspect Mohamed Abrini arrested in Belgium

Mohamed Abrini, a a key suspect wanted in connection with the Paris attacks in November, has been arrested in Belgium, along with four other people, Belgian federal prosecutors have confirmed. Abrini, 31, has been on Europe’s most wanted list since being identified as one of two suspects seen on CCTV travelling in a car two days before the attacks. Abrini ...

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Why are French girls flocking to ISIS?

In France, more teenage girls than boys are drawn to joining brutal Islamic State (ISIS) jihadists in Iraq and Syria, a high-ranking anti-terrorist official toldAFP this week. “Among minors, females are over-represented to a proportion of 55%” of those interested in making the journey, or who have already done so, the French source said on condition of anonymity. Like young ...

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Spain to extradite man linked to ‘Jihad Jane’

The Spanish government on Friday approved the extradition to the United States of an alleged jihadist wanted by Washington for conspiring with a woman known as “Jihad Jane” to recruit people online for attacks in Europe and south Asia. Ali Charaf Damache, who holds both Algerian and Irish nationality, was detained in December in Barcelona. US officials say Damache worked ...

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