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Merkel Is Angry with America over Russia Sanctions but Will Do Nothing

Berlin (SCF) – The tenure of Angela Merkel as Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany has been a disaster for her country and for Europe. That’s why it’s a refreshing change finally to have an issue where it is possible to agree with her. Merkel, along with other voices in Germany and Austria, has denounced a bill […]

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The Tories Unleash a ‘Day of Rage’ Every Day. It’s Called Austerity

London (AHT) – The right wing backlash against the righteous anger and, yes, rage over the mass incineration of human beings inside Grenfell Tower in the London borough of Kensington and Chelsea has begun. Demonising those who dare do anything other than wave a few placards and sing hymns in solidarity with the victims and survivors is being characterise as tantamount to […]

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Migrant Deaths in Mediterranean in 2017 Pass 2,000

Mediterranean Sea (Tasnim) – More than 2,000 migrants have died attempting treacherous boat crossings to Europe so far this year, following three more shipwrecks announced on World Refugee Day. The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) said 129 asylum seekers were missing and presumed dead after a dinghy launched by smugglers in Libya started taking on water […]

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The Day After Corbyn’s Surprise Surge, NPR Would Rather Talk About Buckethead

London (FAIR) – There were 771 words in NPR.org‘s lead day-after story (6/9/17) on the results of the British elections. None of them were “Jeremy” or “Corbyn.” That’s odd, because surely one of the most noteworthy aspects of the election was the surprisingly strong showing of the Labour Party under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn. Widely expected to […]

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Britain’s Gambling Tories Now Risk Irish Peace

London (SCF) – Like a crazed gambler who bet the house – and lost – Theresa May’s Conservative (Tory) government is now doubling down to risk peace in Ireland so that she might cling on to power. Having lost her party’s overall majority in the House of Parliament in last week’s humiliating British general election, May is having […]

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CONFIRMED: lawyers for Serbian victims to sue NATO for use of depleted uranium in illegal 1999 war

Belgrade (Duran) – Victims of NATO’s war are suffering from cancers relating to the dropping of depleted uranium munitions during the illegal 1999 war on Yugoslavia. Lawyers preparing to sue NATO in an international court for war crimes which took place during the illegal bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999 have confirmed that one of the charges they will raise […]

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NATO’s Military Frontier – and Fake Stories

Brussels (SCF) – In an examination in the New Yorker of the career and prospects of the US Secretary of Defence, General James Mattis, Dexter Filkins, a highly respected Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, noted President Trump’s attitude to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and its military posture, and wrote that «along NATO’s eastern frontier the Russian military maintain[s] tens of thousands of troops, […]

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France Votes in Parliamentary Election, Macron Gains Expected

Paris (TeleSUR) – The first round of the parliamentary elections Sunday will be followed by a second round, scheduled for June 18. French voters began to take to the polls Sunday morning to cast ballots for their members of parliament in a legislative election that President Emmnuel Macron’s party is reportedly poised to win by a wide margin. Multiple opinion […]

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U.K. Elections: Tories Election Gamble Fails, May Forms Coalition With DUP

London (GPA) – Theresa May’s snap election gamble failed miserably yesterday, stripping the Conservative Party of their parliamentary majority, forcing the Tories to declare a minority government with the Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). The mood at 10 Downing Street today is most likely one of disappointment, shock and embarrassment following last night’s election results […]

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Dutch Parliament Helps Seal Deal Between Brussels and Kiev

The Hague (GPA) – Yesterday, the parliament of the Netherlands voted to remove the final roadblock to securing economic cooperation between the European Union and the crypto-fascist government in Ukraine. Despite an initial rejection by public referendum, the upper house of the Dutch parliament voted 50 to 25 in favor of proceeding with an association […]

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