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China’s highest ranking prelate, Cardinal Joseph Zen, is urging Pope Francis not to cut a deal with the Chinese government that would undermine the sacrifice and fidelity of members of the underground Catholic Church in the c…
02.22 / 17:14
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BERLIN (AP) -- A former Iraqi army soldier has admitted at the start of his war-crimes trial in Germany that he posed for a photo holding the severed heads of two Islamic State fighters killed in combat, but said he was only following…
02.22 / 17:14
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A Dutch security official responsible for protecting anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders has been detained on suspicion of leaking classified information, a police spokesman said Wednesday, sparking fears for the safety of the right wing populist lawmaker who for years has lived amid tight…
02.22 / 17:14
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The United States hasn't been the only nation curtailing its immigration opportunities for families around the world. The British Supreme Court ruled Wednesday an income-test for all arriving spouses of immigrants already living in the United Kingdom was legal and could be instated. The ruling followed a years-long battle after Prime Minister Theresa May introduced the policy in 2012 as interior…
02.22 / 16:37
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“We price our drugs in line with their innovation potential and in line with the competitive environment,” Bayer's CEO told CNB…
02.22 / 16:25
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Have the residents of Paris-on-Thames made up their…
02.22 / 16:25
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The euro plummeted to six week lows against the dollar on Wednesday amidst concerns over the French general…
02.22 / 16:25
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More than 850 migrants have breached the border between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta over the past week, amid heightened tensions between the North African kingdom and the European Union over a free trade…
02.22 / 16:12
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UK-based start-up Rovco has taken its firsts steps into international waters and made significant progress towards growing its global footprint following the completion of two subsea survey contracts in Southeast Asia and the Middle…
02.22 / 15:54
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iSURVEY has secured a non-exclusive call-off contract with Shell UK, Shell NAM, Norske Shell and Shell EandP Ireland for the provision of rig positioning and surveying…
02.22 / 15:54
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The number of migrants deaths in the Mediterranean has increased sharply this year, even as the overall number of migrants making the risky trip has fallen. The figures have been highlighted in a report by Amnesty International on human rights around the globe, which notes: “At the end of December, around 358,000 refugees and migrants had made the crossing into Europe. “There was a modest increase in numbers taking the central Mediterranean route (up to around 170,000), but a sharp decline …
02.22 / 15:52
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The United Kingdom has posted its fastest quarterly growth for a year, beating expectations and defying the gloomy forecasts made by Remain campaigners and establishment institutions before the country’s referendum on membership of the European Union (EU). The figures come as a blow to diehard Remain campaigners led by Tony Blair, who said the public could “change their minds” about Brexit following “real damage” to the British economy. Before the referendum,…
02.22 / 15:52
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turkey_eu.jpg Home Page News Page Turkey’s failed military coup last month rocked the foundations of its political system, yet in some ways the country has emerged stronger and more resilient. Turkey’s failed military coup last month rocked the…
02.22 / 15:19
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The wearing of full-face veils in certain public spaces was set to be outlawed in the German state of Bavaria after the local government announced Tuesday that it had given its approval to the ban. The interior minister of the southeastern state, which has a population of more than 12 million, said the burqa – a face and body veil – and the niqab – a face-covering veil – hindered communication and posed a threat to public safety…
02.22 / 15:14
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BERLIN (AFP) - Germany will speed up expulsions of rejected asylum seekers under measures agreed by Chancellor Angela Merkel's cabinet Wednesday, as controversy raged over sending people back to strife-torn…
02.22 / 14:37
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The flow of low-skilled migrants from Eastern Europe into Britain is set to continue for years to come, the Brexit minister has indicated, as the Government has no plans to limit immigration immediately following Britain’s departure from the European Union (EU). Taking control of immigration was a central plank in the case for leaving the EU during the referendum, but David Davis, the Minister for Exiting the EU, has told reporters that setting limits on low-skilled immigration will be a “…
02.22 / 14:37
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BARCELONA (AFP) - A Swede who took police on a high-speed chase through Barcelona at the wheel of a stolen truck full of gas cylinders had partied hard the previous night, local authorities said…
02.22 / 14:37
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TEL AVIV – Israel's Foreign Ministry said it was "horrified" by the cancellation of a talk by the ambassador to Ireland at a Dublin university following a "vicious" protest by pro-Palestinian s…
02.22 / 14:37
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An ongoing military operation with a round-the-clock curfew and a communications blackout has prompted allegations of human rights abuses in Kurdish-majority southeast Turkey. Augusto Fonseca*…
02.22 / 14:07
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Rio de Janeiro's first feminist samba block is rallying behind a campaign for a safe Carnival. They hope to stamp out the notion the year's biggest party is no place for a decent woman, Clare Richardson…
02.22 / 14:07
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