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  • France terror attack: Hero policeman married hours before he died

    March 25, 2018 7:03 AM 30

    Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, who has been praised by President Macron, was planning to marry his partner in June. The 44-year-old officer died in hospital from his injuries after being shot three times by radical Islamist Redouane Lakdim in Trebes, southwest France. It has emerged that hours before his death Lt Col Beltrame married his partner

  • The return of ETHNIC CLEANSING – France accused of leaving Kurds to fate at hands of Turks

    March 22, 2018 4:22 PM 40

    THE HORRORS of ethnic cleansing returned to Europe today as France’s Emmanuel Macron was accused of abandoning millions of Kurds to annihilation and displacement at the hands of the Turkish military. Conservative senator Bruno Retailleau said the French President had turned his back on the Kurds following the capture of their stronghold Afrin by Turkish

  • Donald Trump's attorney John Dowd RESIGNS as Russia investigation heats up

    March 22, 2018 3:44 PM 45

    Mr Dowd, who was the lead lawyer for the federal special counsel probe of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, reportedly stepped down after concluding Donald Trump was increasingly ignoring his advice. Other reports suggest the President was becoming increasingly unsure of Dowd's ability to handle special counsel Robert Mueller. In an email

  • Barcelona embassy hostage situation: Diplomat's wife held as police surround building

    March 19, 2018 5:17 PM 28

    A DIPLOMAT'S wife is being held hostage in Barcelona. The Mali consulate is surrounded by Catalan police (Mossos d'Esquardra) and elite police forces who are trying to mediate with the kidnapper. Catalan police have already identified the alleged perpetrator and said it is a man originally from Mali. Elite officers from the Special Intervention Group

  • Russia news: Edward Snowden blasts Putin for 'rigged' election despite being given asylum

    March 19, 2018 2:33 PM 29

    EDWARD Snowden, the former National Security Agent and CIA employee, took to Twitter to attack the Russian election, criticising Vladimir Putin of '"rigging" votes to steal millions of bids in his favour. Following Putin's expected landslide victory yesterday, Mr Snowden accused the Russian leader of stealing power from the people. The whistleblower

  • Pacific Ring of Fire on alert amid fear for Big One

    March 19, 2018 1:41 PM 27

    AN EARTHQUAKE in Argentina has rattled millions in the country as well as in neighbouring Chile, putting the Pacific Ring of Fire on alert. Argentina was hit by a 5.1 earthquake this afternoon. Chile was also rattled by the quake, which struck at 12.51pm GMT. It struck 50 miles from the Argentinian city of Mendoza, which is home to 800,000 people

  • Brussels panic as EU admits ‘we need a plan B’

    March 19, 2018 8:38 AM 35

    DONALD Trump’s controversial new tariffs could be the start of an all-out war on the World Trade Organisation (WTO), a prospect causing officials in Brussels to lose sleep and scramble for a response. Donald Trump, after first aggressively introducing tariffs on steel and aluminium, is now speaheading an attempt to cripple the WTO's appellate courts

  • Adrian Lamo dead age 37: Wikileaks' Assange blasts hacker behind Chelsea Manning capture

    March 17, 2018 11:15 AM 30

    ADRIAN Lamo, a computer hacker who turned in whistleblower Chelsea Manning to law enforcement, has died aged 37. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange blasted the hacker yesterday after he rumbled then-Bradley Manning for passing on military material to be published on the leak website. The cause of Lamo’s death has not yet been made public, but a Sedgwick

  • Macron support COLLAPSE: Pensioners REVOLT with France set to grind to a HALT

    March 17, 2018 9:05 AM 29

    FRANCE risks grinding to a halt as thousands of furious protesters threaten to wreck French president Emmanuel Macron's controversial reforms while pensioners vow to drop their support for the leader. Mr Macron's train proposals include ending the jobs-for-life status and early retirement age of national rail workers. Guillaume Pepy, head of the state

  • Court tells man he is DEAD despite standing IN FRONT of judge in MAD bureaucratic ruling

    March 17, 2018 6:35 AM 26

    DUE TO a case of bureaucracy gone mad, a Romanian man has been officially declared dead despite appearing in court being alive and well to overturn the decision, it has been reported. Constantin Reliu, 63, asked a court in the town of Barlad, Romania, to overturn a death certificate obtained by his wife after spending more than 10 years in Turkey