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France suppresses Islam critics

On January 20, 2018, French author Pierre Cassen was convicted of "incitement to hatred against Muslims" and fined heavily. He was also given a three-month suspended prison sentence. Soon, Cassen will be tried for the same "crime", and could be sent to prison.

Ukrainian pilot suspected of shooting down MH17 found dead

The Ukrainian pilot Vladislav Voloshin, whom his colleague Yevgeny Agapov had accused of involvement in the shooting down of flight MH17, has been found dead.

New Skripal theories abound but only one refuted by UK government

LondonRussian Ambassador to UK Alexander Yakovenko said that the British press continues to present new versions of Skripal's attempted murder, but the UK government has not officially commented on these many new theories.

Islamo-leftists march in London

LondonThousands of demonstrators gathered in London to protest against the "evil of racism" and "Islamophobia" in a strong show of Islamo-leftism.

Russian presidential election: Crimeans vote, Ukrianian Russians barred

In Crimea, residents could vote in presidential elections in Russia for the first time in which incumbent Russian leader Vladimir Putin is set to secure yet another resounding victory.

German media edits out screams of Afghan attacking Merkel

BerlinOn Wednesday, an angry Afghan attacker stormed Angela Merkel as she was leaving the parliament building in Berlin. The mainstream media quickly edited out the shouts of the storming attacker.

Does Islam belong in Germany? Debate erupts again

HamburgThe German writer Rüdiger Safranski has warned against a strengthening of political Islam in Europe aided by leftists.

British newspaper: ‘The CIA has long history of killing world leaders’

According to the British newspaper The Guardian, US intelligence has since 1945 succeeded in killing many world leaders.

US lawmakers urge punitive measures against Russian S-400 sales

A group of US lawmakers addressed a letter to the State Department suggesting punitive measures against any sale of the Russian S-400 air defense system, citing the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA).

Porton Down not able to identify chemical used on Russian ex-spy

Well-placed sources inside the British Foreign Office have confirmed that Porton Down scientists were not able to identify the nerve agent as being of Russian manufacture, and are angry about the political pressure from inside the government to lie about the poison being Russian.