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Trump’s fascist contagion gives the anti-Brexit cause what it lacked: an emotional heart

o the remainer, and even to the neutral, our current politics contains a big mystery. Put simply, where is the sentiment we hoped to call regrexit? Where is the collective outbreak of buyer’s remorse? After all, the evidence that Brexit will be the greatest error in our national history since Munich is piling up. It’s not just that a process …

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Nigel Farage backs far-right AfD for ‘historic’ German election success

The former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has endorsed the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) in the runup to the German federal elections, saying it would be a “historic achievement” if the party entered the Bundestag. “For the first time in modern history, there will be a voice of opposition in German parliament,” the South East England MEP told an audience …

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Mueller tells White House of six aides he wishes to quiz in Russia inquiry – report

Special counsel Robert Mueller has reportedly notified the White House that his team will try to seek interviews with six current and former aides to Donald Trump as part of the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.   Trump’s day as a Democratic president enraged Republicans – but peril for Dems too Read more According to a …

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Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water wins Venice Golden Lion

Guillermo del Toro’s monster thriller The Shape of Water has won the Venice Film Festival’s top prize, the Golden Lion. The Shape of Water review – Guillermo del Toro’s fantasy has monster-sized heart Sally Hawkins stars as a cleaner smitten with a scaly underwater beast in this cold war-era creature feature that melds ravishing romance with B-movie thrills Read more …

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British Hajj/Umrah traveller’s plight must not go unheard

LONDON (PR):Association of British Hujjaj (ABH has appreciated the acknowledgement by the City of London Police’s National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) that the Hajj frauds are a national issue, which is affecting a large number of British Hajj/Umrah travellers. Every year over a 125,000 British Hajj/Umrah pilgrims travel to Saudi Arabia to perform pilgrimage. Regrettably, a large number of these …

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Kashmir Council EU condemns expulsion of Kashmiri students from an Indian University

BRUSSELS (PR):Kashmir Council EU has condemned the framing of sedition charges against the Kashmiri students studying at an Indian university for cheering Pakistan’s victory in the ongoing Asia Cup in Bangladesh. In a statement issued from Brussels, Chairman Kashmir Council EU Ali Raza Syed said, the expulsion of the Kashmiri students from the university in Meerut in Utter Pradesh on …

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Fatima Bhutto nominated for fiction prize

LONDON (AFP) – Fatima Bhutto, the niece of assassinated Pakistani former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, has been nominated for the Women’s Prize for Fiction, the judges announced Friday. Bhutto is among 20 women on the long list for the award, which was formerly known as the Orange prize and is open to English-language novels from anywhere in the world. She …

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European Youth Event – take part online

Brussels: Thousands of people from every corner of Europe, including neighbouring and candidate countries, have applied for the EYE2014 event. They come from schools, universities, youth organisations as well as spontaneous groups formed with the help of EYE social media platforms, as individual applications could not be accepted However, this event is not only for those who can be there …

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“Violence against women is a reflection of gender inequality”:Mikael Gustafsson

Brussels: This year’s International Women’s Day, which is always held on 8 March, is dedicated to preventing violence against women. Facebook fans asked why this was chosen as the theme. Gustafsson said they wanted to send a strong message to the European Commission and the member states to prioritise this issue. Many people also asked how to make people think …

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K. C. EU condemns expulsion of Kashmiri students from an Indian University

Brussels (PR): Kashmir Council EU has condemned the framing of sedition charges against the Kashmiri students studying at an Indian university for cheering Pakistan’s victory in the ongoing Asia Cup in Bangladesh. In a statement issued from Brussels, Chairman Kashmir Council EU Ali Raza Syed said, the expulsion of the Kashmiri students from the university in Meerut in Utter Pradesh …

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