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Belgian authorities neutralize suspected suicide bomber after botched ‘terrorist attack’2018-01-19
Belgian soldiers have shot dead a suspected suicide bomber after a small explosion echoed through the central train station in Brussels Tuesday evening. No one was injured in what authorities described as an attempted terrorist attack.
US coalition still owes explanation over downing of Syrian warplane – Lavrov2018-01-19
Moscow is still waiting for an explanation from Washington about the downing of a Syrian warplane, the Russian Foreign minister has said after talks with his French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian. Sergey Lavrov also expressed hope that US actions won’t undermine anti-terrorist efforts in Syria.
Paris attacker ‘swore allegiance to ISIS’, was on terrorism watch list & had gun permit2018-01-19
The man who rammed a car into police officers in Paris had a gun permit, despite being on a terrorist watch list. He is said to have been raised in a Salafist family and had sworn allegiance to Islamic State. Four of his relatives have been detained.
Qatar blames news agency hack on ‘neighbors’ who lead economic blockade2018-01-19
The hacking of Qatari state news agency QNA last month was carried out by the same neighboring countries, which then used the resulting diplomatic fallout as a pretext to impose an economic and political blockade on Doha, the country’s Attorney General has said.
Bavarian teen probed for shooting at Thai king with toy gun2018-01-19
A Bavarian teen is being investigated for attempted grievous bodily harm after shooting at the Thai monarch with a toy gun as the king was cycling by. Another teen, who was also part of the play shooting, is a minor and cannot be prosecuted.
Sun’s out, gams out? Men wear skirts to protest ban on shorts during heatwave (PHOTOS)2018-01-18
As Europe swelters under the scorching sun, some male employees have taken to an alternate’ dress code in protest at having to wear trousers.
Nigerian ‘Rambo’ suspected of killing & torturing migrants in refugee camp arrested in Italy2018-01-18
Italian police have arrested a suspected human trafficker following allegations that the man tortured, sexually abused and murdered migrants in a refugee camp in Libya.
Erdogan struggles to find venue to address supporters in Germany on G20 sidelines – reports2018-01-18
The Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is reportedly finding it difficult to secure booking for a suitable venue to address thousands of his supporters on the sidelines of the upcoming G20 summit in Hamburg, according to local media.
‘Germany for Germans’: European politician defends leaked WhatsApp statement2018-01-18
A regional leader of Germany’s right-wing AfD (Alternative for Germany) party remains unmoved and has reiterated his Germany for Germans’ call, previously leaked from a party chat, local media report.
'Why would he fake it?': Oliver Stone responds to allegations Putin showed him 'wrong2018-01-18
Renowned US director Oliver Stone has urged the media not to trivialize his documentary on Russia's President Vladimir Putin, after allegations emerged online suggesting that Putin showed Stone an American attack video while passing it off as part of Russia's military campaign in Syria.
France’s Macron sees no ‘legitimate successor’ to Assad, declares terrorism a common enemy in Syria2018-01-18
There is currently no viable alternative to Bashar Assad to prevent Syria from turning into a failed state, the new French president has said, departing from his predecessor’s position that the Syrian leader must be toppled to stabilize the war-torn country.
Israel has ‘unimaginable’ power to strike Hezbollah, Air Force chief tells security conference2018-01-18
Israel has significantly increased its air superiority in the last decade following Israeli–Lebanese conflict of 2006, its Air Force chief has stated, warning Hezbollah and its allies of dire consequences should another war break out in the future.
Vaccines can be blamed for diseases without any proof, EU top court rules2018-01-17
As the 'anti-vax' movement continues to gain traction across the globe, the EU's top court has ruled that vaccines can be blamed for diseases even when there isn't any proof they are responsible.
Police in major Belgian city monitor 557 potential Islamists, 189 ‘really dangerous’ – mayor2018-01-17
Law enforcement in Antwerp, Belgium’s second-largest city, lists almost 560 people it considers radicalized or at risk of radicalization, its mayor said in the wake of a foiled terrorist attack in Brussels.
Asking women to swap seats for ultra-Orthodox Jewish men ruled illegal for Israeli airline2018-01-17
Israeli airline El Al can no longer ask women to switch seats if ultra-Orthodox men object to sitting next to them, a court has ruled, after a case was brought by a Holocaust survivor who said she was humiliated after being asked to move.
‘US-led coalition protects ISIS by targeting Syrian forces’ – family of downed plane pilot2018-01-17
The US-led coalition’s downing of a Syrian Army plane near Raqqa province shows that the group is not fighting Islamic State terrorists but is instead protecting them, the family of the pilot told Ruptly.
Police in major Belgian city monitor 557 potential Islamists, 189 ‘really dangerous’ – mayor2018-01-17
Law enforcement in Antwerp, Belgium’s second-largest city, lists almost 560 people it considers radicalized or at risk of radicalization, its mayor said in the wake of a foiled terrorist attack in Brussels.
Orban & ‘new boy’ Macron engaged in verbal slugfest over EU policies2018-01-16
Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban has slammed the French president over what he terms inappropriate conduct after Emmanuel Macron criticized Eastern Europe for a lack of solidarity’ and cynicism’ in dealing with the refugee crisis.
Iran supplies 1,000+ tons of food to Qatar every day – media2018-01-16
Iran is sending 1,100 tons of fruit and vegetables to Qatar on a daily basis as the country endures a blockade by Saudi Arabia and other Gulf nations.
EU leaders agree to extend Russia sanctions over Ukraine2018-01-16
EU leaders have officially confirmed a decision to extend sanctions against Russia over Crimea and Eastern Ukraine for another six months, the President of the European Council Donald Tusk announced during a European leaders summit in Brussels.
Germany to restart deportations to Afghanistan next week – reports2018-01-16
Failed Afghan asylum seekers in Germany could be ferried back to Afghanistan beginning next week, according to reports in the German media. Deportations to the country were paused following a deadly suicide bombing in Kabul last month.
North Korea tests suspected ICBM rocket engine – US officials2018-01-16
North Korea has reportedly carried out another test of a space rocket engine, which could be used for an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that could potentially be capable of reaching the US mainland, American officials have told media outlets.
Putin ignores pouring rain to lay wreath on Day of Memory and Sorrow (VIDEO)2018-01-16
Pouring rain did not prevent Russian President Vladimir Putin from taking part in a wreath-laying ceremony on the Day of Memory and Sorrow, which marks the beginning of the Great Patriotic War against the Nazis.
‘No matter for state’: Germany rejects Turkish criticism of liberal mosque in Berlin2018-01-16
The German government has hit back at the Turkish Presidency of Religious Affairs (Diyanet) for its criticism of a recently opened liberal mosque which allows men, women and the LGBT community to pray together in Berlin.
White Helmets member caught on camera disposing of Syrian soldiers’ mutilated bodies (GRAPHIC VIDEO)2018-01-16
A member of the so-called White Helmets which has been hailed by the western media as peace-bearing heroes’ has been caught on camera helping a group of unidentified militants disposing the bodies of beheaded Syrian Army soldiers.

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