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Pope, in Sweden, says Reformation had positive aspects

Pope Francis on Monday recognized the positive aspects of the Reformation sparked by Martin Luther in a further gesture of reconciliation to Lutherans, who split with Rome 500 years ago. Francis, the first pope to visit Sweden in nearly 30 years, made his comments during a historic joint prayer service in the Lutheran cathedral of Lund, where he also said ...

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Hillary Clinton’s State Department Sold Fracking to the World

One icy morning in February 2012, Hillary Clinton’s plane touched down in the Bulgarian capital, Sofia, which was just digging out from a fierce blizzard. Wrapped in a thick coat, the secretary of state descended the stairs to the snow-covered tarmac, where she and her aides piled into a motorcade bound for the presidential palace. That afternoon, they huddled with ...

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Finland fears Russian aggression following surge of Moscow propaganda

The Kremlin has been accused of running a ‘systematic lying campaign’ against Finland, with officials in Helsinki anxious over Russia questioning the legality of its independence. The claim comes amid increased security concerns in Finland following Moscow’s annexation of Crimea and tensions between Russia and the west over the movement of nuclear-capable missiles in the Balkan Sea. Both Finland and ...

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Bashar al-Assad’s regime responsible for third chemical weapons attack in Syria

United Nations investigators have found the Syrian regime responsible for a third attack using chemical weapons as investigations continue into atrocities committed in the country’s civil war. Bashar al-Assad’s forces used helicopters to drop devices that released chlorine gas on civilians in Idlib province last year, according to a confidential report sent to the UN Security Council. Boris Johnson said the probe ...

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FIRST LOOK: Russia war fleet fully loaded for battle off UK coast in shock photos

Photos show the aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov with Su-27 jet fighters on its deck within a mile of the UK coastline.Missiles can be seen on the warplanes, while combat helicopters and armed guards are visible nearby, within sight of the British coast.Smoke billows from the ship, Russia’s only aircraft carrier, as it leads a fleet of eight through the English ...

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Isis claims unremarked arson attack in Malmö

An arson attack in Malmö that caused only minor damage and was barely reported in the media has been claimed by terror group Isis. The fire broke out on 11th October in a community centre in Malmö, causing smoke damage in the building. Police believe the fire was caused after attackers broke windows and threw in two molotov cocktails. The ...

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Mosul battle: EU ‘should prepare for returning jihadists’

The EU has been urged to prepare for returning jihadists if the so-called Islamic State (IS) is driven out of its Iraqi stronghold, Mosul. Security Commissioner Sir Julian King said even a small number of militants would pose “a serious threat that we must prepare ourselves for”. Iraqi forces say they have captured 10 villages near Mosul since beginning their ...

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Muslim Migrant arrested in Germany after raping 90-year-old grandmother

Dusseldorf police announced on Sunday that they had arrested the man after they had launched a search for the assailant after the daylight attack on the grandmother. The elderly woman had left in the church in the heart of the German city centre on October, 2, when the assailant pushed her into a narrow alley between two pubs. In the ...

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Merkel wants to beef up sanctions against Russia

Angela Merkel wants to get other European Union member countries to agree to step up sanctions against Russia because of its role in the war in Syria, a German newspaper cited sources close to the German chancellor as saying. The issue of sanctions is due to be discussed at an EU summit on Thursday and Friday. Both the EU and ...

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Europe’s future: Islamic violence will decide the continent’s destiny

On visits to predominantly Muslim suburbs emerging outside nearly all northern European cities, one question keeps recurring: Why have some of the richest, most educated, most secular, most placid, and most homogeneous countries in the world willingly opened their doors to virtually any migrant from the poorest, least modern, most religious, and least stable countries? Other questions follow: Why have ...

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