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  • EU CIVIL WAR: Hungary promises to bring Brussels to its knees by BLOCKING bloc's budget

    May 4, 2018 10:20 AM 21

    HUNGARIAN prime minister Viktor Orban has threatened to bring the European Union to its knees by refusing to back the bloc’s latest budget proposals. Mr Orban told Hungarians they “should not worry” about Brussels’ proposal to tie the distribution of EU funds to respect for rule of law. Hungary is one of the bloc’s largest beneficiary of so-called cohesion

  • Police hunting 'mystery pooper' at New Jersey school charge top education official

    May 4, 2018 9:59 AM 23

    School staff found human faeces daily near the athletics track and football field and monitored the area to identify the culprit. Staff at Holmdel High School in New Jersey reported finding human faeces "on a daily basis" near its athletics track and football field, authorities said. Thomas Tramaglini, 42, was detained following an early morning run at the school's

  • Trump tree snub: Tree planted by US president and Macron GONE from White House lawn

    April 30, 2018 10:59 AM 38

    A COMMEMORATIVE tree planted by Donald Trump and Emmanuel Macron to mark the French President’s state visit to the USA has been dug up and placed in QUARRANTINE because it broke American import laws. A photographer took the photo showing a small yellow patch on the White House South Lawn showing where the tree HAD been planted – but has now vanished

  • EU ON THE BRINK: 'Pandora's box' could trigger COLLAPSE of bloc over its punishment plans

    April 30, 2018 10:56 AM 34

    EUROPEAN UNION bosses could open a “Pandora’s box” of euroscepticism with their upcoming budget plans, which member states fear funds could be diverted from Eastern states to their southern neighbours. The European Commission is heading in a “dangerous direction” by diverting funds away from Eastern Europe because of rifts with Hungary and Poland, according

  • Russia ‘poisoned BP boss in secret service plot’ ex employee claims

    April 30, 2018 10:34 AM 29

    BP chief executive Bob Dudley was poisoned by Russian security services to “oust” him and force him to leave by the back door, according to a former employee. Mr Dudley was forced to flee Moscow after blood test results revealed he was slowly being poisoned. At the time of the alleged poisoning in 2008, Mr Dudley was a senior executive in BP and was running

  • Pink Moon 2018 in pictures: Moon gazers show off incredible views of the pink moon

    April 30, 2018 10:13 AM 27

    Incredible views of the Pink Moon seen from around the world. The rare pink moon is technically only pink in name and should not have looked out of the ordinary but a mix of atmospheric conditions actually DID make the moon look pink. The pink moon takes its name from pink wildflowers, which appear in the US and Canada in early spring, when the moon usually

  • Australia and Canada to send military aircraft to monitor North Korean ships

    April 28, 2018 11:12 AM 22

    The move follows the arrival of a British warship helping to police sanctions imposed over North Korea's nuclear programme. The surveillance planes will be based in the US military's Kadena air base on Japan's southern island of Okinawa. It comes after North and South Korea pledged at a historic summit to work for the complete denuclearisation of the Korean

  • Iran WAR is LOOMING: Macron blasted as a ‘DANGEROUS THREAT to peace’

    April 25, 2018 2:33 PM 39

    FRENCH opposition leader Jean-Luc Mélenchon has warned a war with Iran was “on the horizon” after President Emmanuel Macron said he and his American counterpart Donald Trump hoped to work on a new nuclear deal with Tehran. America’s unbending leader Donald Trump said that the foundations of the 2015 Iran nuclear accord were “decaying”, calling for another

  • Macron's embarrassment: Trump plays French President who fails to secure ANY concessions

    April 25, 2018 11:54 AM 38

    DONALD Trump and Emmanuel Macron put on a very cosy show of affection in Washington this week - hand-holding, embracing and even kissing - but the French leader embarrassingly failed to secure any concessions from the US President. The US firebrand used his time in France to shower the leader with compliments, telling the cameras that Emmanuel Macron

  • Majorca in shock TOURIST CRACKDOWN: Mayor demands strict new rules to 'make city LIVEABLE'

    April 25, 2018 11:30 AM 39

    Earlier this year proposals were announced to reduce drunken behaviour in Palma, including banning happy hours and drink offers. Police in Magaluf stopped 90 Britons who were wearing tops with the slogan “spring break invasion” from going on a pub crawl. The council said the antics were contrary to tough new regulations against drunken revellers