MoscowGeneral Sergei Rudskoi, a Russian military spokesman suggested during a media briefing that the "US Secret Services" has had a tough week in Syria.
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Ever heard of "justice pricing"? The man behind a policy based on charging higher admission to white males says he used a Muslim name to promote it because he was concerned about a backlash that could risk his safety.
BerlinGerman politician Peter Altmaier urged voters to not vote rather than vote for the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party. The Chief of Staff of the German Chancellery and Federal Minister for Special Affairs since December 2013, is regarded as one of Angela Merkel's most trusted advisors.
BarcelonaWith less than two weeks to go for the scheduled referendum on secession from Spain by Catalonia, Spanish national police continue their searches for voting papers and ballot boxes to confiscate in an attempt to stop the vote.
LondonNigel Farage has threatened to stop paying his TV licence unless the BBC apologises for a report inwhich it stated that Farage "had blood on his hands".
WashingtonThree Democrats from the House of Representatives have sent a letter to the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) demanding an investigation into Sputnik Radio, "used as part of the Kremlin’s effort to influence the 2016 presidential election".
ReimsThe University of Reims, URCA, said it could no longer guarantee the safety of students and has been forced to close temporarily after being illegally occupied by migrants.
Protesters in the US city of St. Louis, Missouri, have marched for a fourth night over the acquittal of a white former police officer in the fatal shooting of a black man.
With the German federal election approaching, attacks on Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) and its supporters have risen sharply.