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Outrage after Henry Kissinger suggests peace settlement with Russia

DavosUkraine has reacted with outrage to comments by longtime US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on urgent peace talks between Ukraine and Russia.

WHO links monkeypox outbreak to gay events in Belgium and Spain

Monkeypox cases have been associated with a gay sex sauna in Madrid, while three cases detected in Belgium were linked to a gay fetish festival called Darklands in Belgium. But the outbreak may also be linked to VAIDS.

Proportion of foreign pupils in Berlin schools concealed

BerlinBerlin's mayor Giffey wants even more immigration for her already ethnically "diversified" city. Meanwhile, the problems of imported "diversity" are swept under the carpet: The Senate wants to conceal the huge language and integration problems in the capital's schools by no longer publishing information on the proportion of foreign or non-German-speaking pupils.

Le Pen and Zemmour attack the new education minister

ParisIn the wake of the announcement of the new government in France, the main figures of the opposition have expressed their utter displeasure, fake and real.

Runner dies after Brooklyn marathon, 15 others hospitalized

New YorkA runner died on Saturday morning after completing the Brooklyn Half Marathon, authorities said. The 30-year-old man possibly went into cardiac arrest around 9 am local time and was taken to hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

University offers master’s degree against the ‘right’

MarburgLabelling unwanted political critics has become a field of study. The University of Marburg in Germany offers a master's degree against the "right". Exclusion and discrimination against those with a different opinion will soon be studied at the Philipps University in Marburg.

Russia’s loss at Kharkov highlights crippling shortage of men

KharkovThe frontline in this case relied on heavily outnumbered 2nd rate Lugansk draftees plucked from the LPR.

US faces biggest energy crisis in half a century

WashingtonThe energy crisis the US is facing now may be the worst in 50 years. This was voiced by none other than the head of the US Oil and Gas Association, Tim Stewart.

Retired Turkish admiral questions wisdom of Sweden and Finland joining NATO

AnkaraRetired Turkish Rear Admiral Ali Deniz Kutluk said the constant expansion has turned NATO into a cumbersome and unmanageable organisation. The discussed inclusion in the North Atlantic Alliance of two more countries – Finland and Sweden – will make the structure even weaker, and ultimately more dangerous for current members.

Latest Great Reset fantasy: Ban food photography!

BerlinLast week, German Minister Volker Wissing (FDP) made a typical political mistake: Rules for thee but not for me. In order to reduce the "energy consumption" of advancing digitalisation, Wissing seriously recommended that Germans refrain from frequently posting photos of food on the internet. Then his Instagram posts surfaced.

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