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Salvini wants referendum to stop leftist coalition from opening ports

PontidaAddressing a crowd of 80 000 supporters, Italian League leader, Senator Matteo Salvini called for a referendum on immigration to stop the new government from reopening Italy’s ports to pro-immigration NGOs.

Heidelberg: Ignorance is the drug of choice

HeidelbergAnyone who has heard of Heidelberg in Germany, probably thinks of a tranquil little town on the Neckar river, a place full of beautiful sights, a well-preserved historic centre with many tourists and students. But that perfect world has been shattered by the recent case from the district of Emmertsgrund.

Americans are winning in the obesity stakes

The Americans are true winners in at least one category: Obesity levels have reached nearly 40 percent in parts of the United States.

German President launches fresh attack on AfD

BerlinThe AfD rejected the criticism from Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier stating that the Alternative for Germany was not a bourgeois party. "A Federal President should not interfere in the party politics," said the AfD chairman Alexander Gauland.

The city of Pescara celebrates its soldier-poet Gabriele D’Annunzio

PescaraFrom September 7 to 15, Pescara, the capital city of Italian Abruzzo region, will celebrate la Festa della Rivoluzione – d’Annunzio torna a Pescara [Revolution festival – d’Annunzio returns to Pescara]. His legacy has inspired Italian sovereignists.

Amazon Fires ignite Cold War

It is not only the war between the "Western community of values“ and Russia that is raging but, more recently, between France and Brazil - or, more precisely between French President Emmanuel Macron and his Brazilian counterpart Jair Bolsonaro. It's about morality and ideology.

Betrayal by Bannon

A story of failures: How Steve Bannon tried to split the Vatican and dragged Matteo Salvini into his misfortune.

Antwerp: Vlaams Belang leader denounces Islam from rooftops

Antwerp Flemish Member of Parliament and Antwerp City Councilor Filip Dewinter climbed onto the roof of the Antwerp town hall to highlight the Flemish port city's demography.

Italy’s new government green-lights NGO landings

RomeThe new direction of the Italian Conte II Cabinet regarding migrants has been outlined, and it is a different route, if not the opposite, to the one taken in the last 14 months by Matteo Salvini.

Arctic thaw could see rise in Sino-Russian cooperation

Climate change and technological advances will soon see the Arctic opening up to new trade routes, and the region's growing economic potential as well as military infrastructure are demanding the attention of global powers.

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