The end of ‘peak Germany’ and the return of France

posted in: European Union, News

FILE PHOTO: A worker at German manufacturer of silos and liquid tankers, Feldbinder Special Vehicles, moves rolls of aluminium at the company’s plant in Winsen, Germany. At first blush, the result of the European Parliament election in May, and the … Read More

EU countries agree plan to handle migrants and refugees

Macron says 14 states back mechanism to redistribute people saved in the Mediterranean The rescue ship Alan Kurdi picking up 44 people from a wooden boat in the Mediterranean this month. Photograph: Fabian Heinz/Sea-Eye/EPA The French president, Emmanuel Macron, has said … Read More

Salvini to France: Italy will no longer accept all mogrants arriving in Europe

MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/Getty Italian populist interior minister Matter Salvini has declared his country will no longer take in all migrants arriving in Europe in a letter to French interior minister Christophe Castaner. “The choices made only in Paris and Berlin are … Read More

Emmanuel Macron, Facebook’s Zuckerberg Will Meet To Clamp Down On HATE SPEECH

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AP Photo / Francois Mori France has formulated draft legislation scheduled to hit Parliament’s agenda in the coming months to compel platforms like Google, Facebook and Twitter to remove hateful content within 24 hours or face heavy fines. Facebook CEO … Read More

Unreported: ‘Christianophobic’ attacks on the rise in France and Germany

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Christian places of worship in France and Germany are being torched and vandalized on a daily basis, according to news reports in Europe. In nearly all instances of attacks on churches, authorities and media obfuscate the identity of the vandals, … Read More

Yellow vest protesters spark outrage after urging police officers to kill themselves during clashes in Paris

*On Saturday, protesters in Paris were heard shouting ‘Kill yourselves!’ at police *Unions say police have seen 28 suicides this year so far, compared to 68 in 2018 *France’s interior minister Christophe Castaner labelled it a ‘disgrace’ With the number … Read More

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 19 April 2019

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Greetings from Tyler, We observed the Lord’s Supper in the auditorium here in Tyler last evening, conducted by Mr. Stan Roberts and Mr. Tony Brazil. Several visitors have already arrived for the Holy Day weekend and many more are arriving … Read More

$1 Billion Raised in Two Days to Rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral After Massive Fire

A fire broke out at the cathedral on Monday evening. French President Emmanuel Macron promised to rebuild the Notre Dame Cathedral following a devastating fire that destroyed the Paris landmark’s spire and roof on Monday. Overnight, donations have been flooding in in the hundreds of millions. … Read More

France Braces for Yellow Vest Protests With Thousands of Police

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 Forces being deployed in key cities, anticipating violence  Protests would come soon after the Notre-Dame Cathedral Fire A Yellow Vest amid tear gas in Toulouse on April 13th.  Photographer: Alain Pitton/NurPhoto via Getty Images The French government is mobilizing 60,000 … Read More

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