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French police want to hire a celebrity to get an interview with their president

ParisEmmanuel Macron would rather meet with celebrities than his own police. In the week ahead the French president will meet an aging rock star and a black female singer form Barbados at the presidential palace to shower them with money.

Second truck driver seriously wounded in Calais after migrant mob attack

CalaisJust over a month ago, a truck driver was killed by migrant actions in Calais when they ambushed his vehicle, causing a fatal accident. This week, yet another truck driver became the second victim after he was struck on the head by a mob of migrants and seriously injured.

Pentagon dumps millions on mind-control project

The Pentagon’s research arm — the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA — has just been given $65 million of American taxpayer money to develop a direct link between a human brain and a computer.

French intellectuals accuse government of covering up hate crime

A group of famous French intellectuals have accused French authorities of covering up the brutal murder of a Parisian woman by her Muslim neighbour. The letter questions the Paris Prosecutor's Office for omitting hate crime charges from a draft indictment against the suspect.

French mayor bans Muslim food from school canteen

Last month the mayor of the French town Chevigny-Saint-Sauveur, Michel Rotger, banned halal menus from school canteens. His decision to ban “alternative menus” that don’t include pork would promote secular values in the society as well as save government money, L’Express reported.

Questions in Dutch parliament as EU moves to include Ukraine

The HagueQuestions surfaced in the Dutch parliament about Kiev again, after the EU President Donald Tusk completely ignored the Dutch referendum against the Association Treaty with Ukraine.

Infighting erupt between anti-Assad gangs in Syria

New infighting erupted in the north-west Idleb governate and the city of Idleb in Syria between between Ahrar al-Sham and Tahrir al-Sham.

German study finds complete neglect of media’s role to inform

LeipzigA German study, conducted by the Hamburg Media School and the University of Leipzig, has revealed that major German publications have been promoting German government policy to present the migrant crisis to the public in a positive way.

Russia’s maritime policy: Becoming world’s second strongest navy

MoscowRussian President Vladimir Putin signed off his country's naval war strategy until 2030, in an attempt to counter the Washington’s ambitions to dominate the seas, as it poses a risk to Russian national security.

New York Times black reporter pens racial attack on white women

New York Times reporter Greg Howard, has written an essay blaming "racist" white women for not moving out of his way because he is a "feared black man" in the paper’s “Race/Related” newsletter.