LilleSeveral people, including a child, were injured in Lille, France. The incident occurred close to a train station in the city of Lille, near the Belgian border, but authorities denied that the shooting was terror-related.
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At the end of January the Cyprus Minister of Education and Culture issued an "urgent" decree to all Kindergartens and Primary Schools to minimize wireless radiation exposure to children: “We have taken the decision to have the wireless network Wi-Fi disabled in all Public kindergartens in Cyprus.”
Hungary has announced it is building a second fence to keep out migrants, Reuters reported. Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government and the European Union (EU) are at loggerheads about open borders as he believes Muslim refugees did not belong in Christian Europe.
German leftists want non-citizens, including "refugees" to vote in elections, according to a new survey.
RomeAn Italian lobby founded in December 2011 with Soros money, is calling on journalists to censor language that cast migrants in a negative light.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in the US on Thursday effectively staged a coup against the executive branch’s constitutional authority.
MoscowThe Moscow Times reported that the Russian government has blocked an adult video site because its pornographic content has a “deeply negative influence on the human psyche”.
Madeleine Albright says she would stand in solidarity with Muslims and register as one if Donald Trump forces Muslims in the US to register. The former Secretary of State also tweeted: "There is no fine print on the Statue of Liberty. America must remain open to people of all faiths & backgrounds."
A clear majority of Americans support President Trump’s travel ban on people arriving from terror-linked countries.