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Six Migrants Rescued From Boat In Dover Shipping Lane | Politics

  On early Tuesday morning, six migrants were rescued from a sinking dinghy in the world’s busiest shipping lane, the Dover Strait. The five men and woman were brought to the shore of Dover.   The Home Office has said in a statement: “Border Force was contacted by the coastguard at around 3am on Tuesday, December 11. A Border Force[…]

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Three Alleged Neo-Nazis Arrested On Suspicion Of Terror Offences | Politics

  Today, a man and two teenagers have been arrested by the North East Counter Terrorism Unit. The three suspects are believed to be part of the neo-Nazi group named Sonnenkrieg Division.   One teenager is a 17-year-old from London, the other an 18-year-old from Portsmouth and the 21-year-old from Bath.   On Thursday morning, the police had invaded the[…]

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Paris Riots: Most Violent Protest Since Decades | Politics

  On Saturday, approximately 36,000 people have taken part in the riots in the capital of France. For the third weekend in a row people have been protesting over the increasing gas prices. Protestors have requested to stop the next scheduled tax increase on fuel that is due January, 2019.   The protest has now transformed into a direct demonstration[…]

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MeToo Founder: Campaign Is Being Misrepresented As Plot Against Men | Politics

  Founder of the MeToo movement Tarana Burke has said that her campaign that had initially served to fight against sexual violence has now become unrecognisable and misrepresented: “Suddenly, a movement to centre survivors of sexual violence is being talked about as a vindictive plot against men”.   Burke has warned that the MeToo campaign is at risk of losing[…]

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Pakistan And India Begin Construction Of ‘Corridor Of Peace’ | Politics

  On Wednesday, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has began a visa-free corridor to allow Indian religious devotees to access a holy site in Kartarpur, Pakistan’s Punjab province.   The temple, known as Gurdwara Durbar Sahib, is reportedly the first temple ever built and the resting place of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak who was worshipped by both Hindus and Muslims.[…]

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