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Former French intel chief blasts NATO

A former French intelligence chief told French-language media outlet RT en Français that he was “very sad that France has again joined NATO”. He called NATO "obsolete" and "dangerous" because it perpetuates the idea of Russia as a "threat".

Political prisoner in Poland for one year already

POLANDThe Polish politician, journalist and intellectual Mateusz Piskorski is waiting for his trial in Polish prison since May 18 last year.

American Islam expert drugged in Iceland

ReykyavikA medical report has confirmed that prominent American Islam expert Robert Spencer was drugged in Iceland after giving a speech on Islam and the future of European culture.

BBC arranges fake debates for Tory leader May

LondonThe British government has announced that Prime Minister Theresa May will take part in a "live" TV election programme but it will not involve a head-to-head debate with Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.

Wilders says he is still available after Dutch coalition talks end in failure

The HagueDutch politician Geert Wilders said his party was still available as coalition talks between Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte's VVD and three other parties ended in failure.

Obama spied on thousands of Americans illegally

WashingtonCirca, an on-line information service, believes that former President Barack Obama appeared to have made the NSA illegally spy on more than 5 000 Americans in 2016.

New French PM had no kind words for president Macron

ParisEmmanuel Macron has appointed Republican politician, Edouard Philippe, to be his new Prime Minister, but Philippe has not been a fan of the new French president.

Milan conference: Making Europe great again

MilanA conference held in Milan, Italy, titled “Sovereignty vs. Globalism: Shifting Geopolitical Realities in Europe and the USA,” looked at various nationalist movements in the EU, the United States under the Trump administration and the post-Brexit United Kingdom.

Hamburg expropriates private dwellings for migrants

HamburgGerman authorities in Hamburg have confiscated six residential units in the Hamm district near the city center in what constitutes an attack on property rights.

Austria’s foreign minister calls for snap elections in shift to right

ViennaSebastian Kurz, who has been appointed as new leader of the Austrian People's Party, has called for a snap election after Social Democratic Chancellor Christian Kern conceded the implosion of the governing coalition.