Fighting as one: US, European allies move to sync battlefield operations

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GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — U.S. military leaders have regularly said that it, along with its allies, should be prepared to mass a large number of troops and equipment to come to the aid of a partner country along the eastern flank … Read More

EU ON BRINK: ‘Mistrust in European politics is GROWING’ – French say bloc could be DOOMED

TRUST in European politics is surging and the need to protect Europe’s borders is a now matter of life and death for the bloc, France’s leading conservatives said in an open letter. The bloc’s free movement rules cannot apply to … Read More

Putin says Russia not aiming to divide EU

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Mr Putin’s visit to Austria is his first trip to West Europe for nearly a year Russian President Vladimir Putin has insisted Moscow is not trying to split the European Union. He was speaking hours before arriving in Austria, on … Read More

Italy’s New Populist Government Pledges to Deport 500,000 Migrants

Italy’s new populist government is expected to deport 500,000 immigrants from the country. Giuseppe Conte, who became Prime Minister on June 1, heads a coalition between the Five Star Movement and Lega parties. Conte’s cabinet, comprised of chiefs of anti-establishment … Read More

Where Did Ireland Go? Abortion Vote Stuns Those on Both Sides

Crowds at Dublin Castle on Saturday cheered the announcement of the final results of the referendum to repeal Ireland’s abortion ban.CreditPaulo Nunes dos Santos for The New York Times DUBLIN — Some were joyous. Others were devastated. But most of … Read More

‘Germany vs the rest of Europe’ Trump tariffs to rupture EU with backlash against Merkel

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DONALD Trump’s tough tariffs could rupture the European Union’s united front, with one leading currency strategist predicting a scenario where it will be “Germany versus the rest of the EU”. Europe hit back at the US after President Donald Trump slapped … Read More

G7 ministers criticize US tariffs and warn of trade war

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Getty Images: The EU is angry at the tariffs, which include 25% on steel US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has faced sharp criticism from angry finance ministers of other G7 nations over America’s imposition of new tariffs on steel and aluminium … Read More

EU MUST PAY: How nations are counting cost of Brexit as UK

BREXIT is forever moving closer and countries are starting their preparations for life without the UK as part of the European Union. But, some members of the Brussels project are counting the costs more than other. EU has been hit … Read More

‘Catholic Church Fosters Culture Of Abuse, Cover Up’: The Pope

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Pope Francis said that to overcome the culture of abuse requires a unified effort by both church and congregation. | Photo: Reuters “It’s shameful, I must say, that we didn’t know how to listen or respond in time,” Pope Francis … Read More

Denmark becomes latest European country to ban full Islamic face veil in public spaces

Women in niqab at Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen after the vote banning face veils was passed CREDIT: REUTERS The Danish parliament on Thursday passed a law banning the Islamic full-face veil in public spaces, becoming the latest European country to do so. … Read More

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