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Authorities Reveal Strasbourg Shooter was on France’s National Security List

Gunman who Opened Fire at the Strasbourg Christmas Market, a Potential Terror Threat Listed on the National Security List.

French authorities have revealed that the Strasbourg shooter who opened fire at the crowded Strasbourg Christmas market, on Tuesday, is potential terror threat and is on the country’s national security list Late in the evening, on Tuesday, a gunman opened fire at the City Centre in Strasbourg. The location was quite crowded as many were out enjoying the Christmas market, police

French President Ready to End Civil Unrest

French President, Emmaneul Macron Agrees to the Demands of the Yellow Vest Protestors.

After weeks of civil unrest, French President Emmanuel Macron concurred to the demands of the gilets jaunes. In a television address, the President promised tax concessions and higher minimum wages French President Emmanuel Macron agreed to the demands of the gilet jaunes to put an end to the yellow vest protests. In his address on primetime television, the French President promised

British Prime Minister Delays Votes on Brexit Deal

British PM, Theresa May Postpones Tuesday’s Brexit Vote Amid Opposition on the Irish Backstop Proposal

Britain’s Prime Minister, Theresa May has postponed the final vote by Members of the Parliament on the Brexit deal scheduled for Tuesday. Amid opposition to the Irish backstop, Prime Minister admits the deal would have been voted down by a huge margin Prime Minister Theresa May delayed the Tuesday vote on the Brexit Deal on Monday. Late in the afternoon, the

President Macron Urges Prime Minister to Hold Talks Over Unrest in Paris

French President has refused to bow down to street protestors.

Government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux had indicated the Macron administration was considering imposing a state of emergency. After car-riots and nationwide protests broke out on 2 December, the French President Emmanuel Macron has ordered the Prime Minister to hold talks with political demonstrators. Rioters went amok in Paris’s wealthiest neighbourhoods, torching dozens of cars, looting boutiques and smashing up luxury private homes. This is the worst

Brexit approved by the European Union at Brussels summit

Prime Minister of Britain, Theresa May, now has to push the withdrawal deal through the Parliament and also convince her party members

Ending much speculation, the European Union leaders on Sunday approved the Brexit deal. The Prime Minister of Britain, Theresa May, will now need to struggle to pass the Brexit bill through the Parliament and also convince her party members of the effectuality of the deal Though the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, called the Brexit a “tragedy”, he also emphasised

Brexit: May rushes to Brussels ahead of EU Leaders’ Summit this Sunday

Theresa May heads to meet Jean-Claude Juncker

The British Prime Minister Theresa May has scheduled an emergency visit to Brussels this Saturday in order to draft a finalised agreement before the European Union leaders’ meeting on Sunday. Post May’s meeting on Wednesday with the EU President Jean-Claude Juncker, the Prime Minister acknowledged the persistence of unresolved issues. The Gibraltar trade conflict with Spain, the prolonged negotiations with France,

UK’s Prime Minister Names New Brexit Secretary

Amidst turmoil due to a couple of resignations that have hit the British government over the Brexit draft deal, British Prime Minister Theresa May has appointed a new Brexit secretary Stephen Barclay, a junior health minister who voted to leave the European Union, will be the new Brexit secretary. Whereas May will focus on overseeing negotiations, Barclay will devote his energies in ensuring the withdrawal agreement passes through the

‘Nationalist leprosy’ threatens European peace, warns French President Emmanuel Macron.

President Emmanuel Macron pays tribute to French soldiers slain during World War I.

      Europe’s French President Emmanuel Macron said that the proliferation of populism is dividing European unity, stability and peace. He and German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier are on a six-day tour of World War I battlegrounds. "Europe faces a risk — that of being broken up by nationalist leprosy and of being pushed around by foreign powers," Macron said, the foreign powers

Pope prays for Coptic Christians attacked in Egypt

Pope Francis offers prayers for the Coptic Christian victims

Pope Francis offered prayers for the Coptic Christian pilgrims who were attacked in Cairo by Islamic militants on Friday. “I pray for the victims, pilgrims killed just because they are Christians, and I ask Holy Mary to console their families and the whole community,” he said while offering condolences to the families of the victims. A similar attack was launched

‘Black magic’ prostitution racket busted in Spain

Objects of black magic have been discovered from the flat where the victim were locked up

Thirteen suspects have been taken into custody by the Spanish police for running a prostitution racket. The victims of the racket were allegedly threatened with black magic upon noncompliance. They were also beaten up, compelled to use and sell drugs and were frequently kept locked up in a flat. The police have discovered objects related to black magic in the

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