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French army joins police to deal with yellow vest protests

French troops joined police in Paris on Saturday to deal with the ongoing "yellow jackets" protests for the 19th straight week against President Emmanuel Macaron's government. Protesters were prevented from gathering in the Champs-Elysées after looting shops, institutions and sabotage...

British petition calls for stay in EU with 4 million signatures

A British petition demanding the repeal of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and the survival of the United Kingdom within the European Union has collected more than 4 million signatures within three days. "The government has repeatedly stressed that...

Man kidnaps 50 children, sets the bus ablaze near Milan

A man in seized a bus full of schoolchildren on Wednesday in Italy and set it on fire. The Italian citizen, with Senegalese roots, threatened 51 school children, two teachers and an assistant near Milan with death before the...

30 members of Tanzim organization with Austrian citizenship still in Syrian war zones: Report

Austrian Interior Ministry released a report said, there are 30 members of the Tanzim organization who have Austrian citizenship and are still in war zones in Syria. A report of the anti-terrorism bureau said Wednesday that the ministry is monitoring...

Central Council of Muslim calls for protection of mosques in Germany

After the attack in New Zealand Christchurch urge Muslims in Germany more protection for their mosques. So far, they are more or less unprotected, said the chairman of the Central Council of Muslims, Aiman ​​Mazyek, on Tuesday in Berlin....

Memory of NZ martyrs, citizens placed 50 white shoes in front of churches

The shooting of worshipers at two mosques in New Zealand continues, with citizens placing 50 white-painted shoes in front of each church in Christchurch, which witnessed the attack, referring to the number of people killed. The New Zealand authorities had...

French government threatens to ban Yellow Vest demonstrations

For the first time since the beginning of the "Yellow West" crisis, the French government is cracking down and threatening to ban demonstrations. If extreme violence emerges again, it will not allow in the areas previously affected by the...

Germany tightens border with Netherlands after Utrecht shooting

German police said they were tightening controls on the country's border with the Netherlands and were searching for the gunman who carried out the shooting in the Dutch city of Utrecht. The spokesman of the Federal Police in the North...

Netherlands warns of a Turkish man after the Utrecht incident, picture released

Dutch police have warned against approaching a 37-year-old Turkish man after the shootout in Utrecht. Dutch mayor confirmed that three persons dead in shootout. Read also: Shooting in Utrecht may be motivated by terrorism: Dutch Police

Shooting in Utrecht may be motivated by terrorism: Dutch Police

Shooting in Tram in the Netherlands on Monday could have a terrorist motive, a police spokesman said. "The police are looking into this possibility," said Jost Lanschage. Prime Minister Mark Roth said he was "very concerned" about the incident. While...

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