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Deir EzzorThe Islamic State, a creation of the Obama adminstration, have advanced in Deir Ezzor province of Syria, cutting off a key air base supplying both anti-jihadist fighters and civilians in the region, RT reported.
According to think tank Gefira, for two months a number of aid agencies have smuggled nearly 40 000 migrants to Europe. Officially, they devote themselves to rescue migrants in distress at sea. But by tracking the movements of the aid agencies’ ships, Gefira has concluded that they actually meet up with the smuggling ships just off the Libyan coast, there to take on board the migrants.
LIVEToday the members of the European Parliament elect a new president. MEP Laurenţiu Rebega (Romania) from the Europe of Nations and Freedom Group (ENF) is one of the seven candidates. Watch Live on FreeWestMedia.
UKRAINEJoe Biden, vice president of the US, told the people of Ukraine to "stand up to Russia" on his sixth visit to the country since the Maidan coup in 2014.
AFRICAIt is not uncommon that Somali migrants in Europe threatens Christian converts living in Somalia and Kenya. Free West Media's Africa correspondent Cate Mukei spoke with Dinooz, who previously worked as an accountant at Coca-Cola in Somalia, but who is currently hiding in a secret location in Kenya. The man who sent him death threats lives in Germany and claims to be 18 years old, but on his private Facebook account he writes that his age is 25.
BRUSSELSRomanian MEP Laurentiu Rebega wants to become president of the European Parliament. He will face huge resistance by the European mainstream parties. Here are his own words about the situation.
Cape TownA small Afrikaner opposition party in the South African parliament, has issued a statement critical of an exhibition in the National Art Gallery which consists of only the offensive words “Fuck White People”.
INTERVIEWMarkus Frohnmaier, the leader of the AfD youth organization Junge Alternative, criticses the latest NATO Operation "Atlantic Resolve" in an interview with Free West Media.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is feeling the heat over a reading from an Islamic text in his church denying that Jesus was the Son of God.