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2018-08-19, Community news
The famous artist Guillaume Bottazzi realize this summer a new monumental painting. Welcome in Côte d’Azur in France! In live this summer, Guillaume Bottazzi is producing...
POLAND JUDICIARY
2018-08-16, WorldNews.com
Poland's president said he would veto a law which was approved by Parliament in July and was proposed by the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party which would have...
A view of part of the Morandi Bridge which is still standing as seen from evacuated housing buildings below, in Genoa, Italy, Thursday Aug. 16, 2018.
2018-08-16, WorldNews.com
Officials have been warning about the dangerous condition of infrastructure across Europe before the fatal collapse of the motorway in Genoa, with some experts warning...
Herald Mail: Republicans are begging a shellacking in the midterms. They are relying too much on the recent economic boom and the Democrats’ socialism problem to win independent voters and energize their base. The GOP deserves credit for revving up growth and driving down...
Press TV: UK Prime MinisterTheresa May could face trouble getting her Brexit deal approved by the British Parliament before exit day unless she changes her proposals, the head of an influential group of pro-Brexit lawmakers said in an interview published on...
The Guardian: Like Sinatra, Slim Shady and measles before him, Nigel Farage is back. Well, let’s be honest: he never really went away, did he? Since he stood down as Ukip’s acting leader in November 2016, a few days after his notorious meeting with the newly elected Donald...
Irish Independent: Ezgi Erkoyun August 19 2018 6:30 PM 0 Comments US and Turkey talking tough Independent.ie When Andrew Brunson saw a police summons on the door of his Turkishhome in late summer 2016, the US evangelical pastor thought it was a routine appointment to sort out...
Sierra Leone Telegraph: Andrew Keili: Sierra LeoneTelegraph: 19 August 2018: “Under democracy one party always devotes its chief energies to trying to prove that the other party is unfit to rule – and both commonly succeed and are right.” H.L.Mencken Those who went to village...
Taipei Times: The cofounder of fashion brand Superdry is donating £1 million (US$1.28 million) to the campaign for a referendum on the final Brexit deal, the Observer newspaper reported on Saturday, as pressure intensifies on British Prime MinisterTheresa May. “I’m putting...
The Independent: A young woman who died following a car crash in south-west London has been named. CharlotteStaplehurst, a 21-year-old student from Eastbourne in East Sussex, died at the scene of the crash in New Malden. Tributes on social media have described her as a...
IFL Science: “Be sure to eat dark leafy greens” is a common refrain from nutritionists, smug diet gurus, and – for many of us – our mothers. And while it may be well-known that this category of vegetables is excellent for one’s health, the molecular machinations behind...
The Observer: Like Sinatra, Slim Shady and measles before him, Nigel Farage is back. Well, let’s be honest: he never really went away, did he? Since he stood down as Ukip’s acting leader in November 2016, a few days after his notorious meeting with the newly elected Donald...
Joy Online: Three Ghanaian gospel music greats are gearing up for a night of music and praise in some selected European countries in September. Noble Nketsiah, Obaapa Christy and LordKenya, will be headlining ‘A Night of UnlimitedPraise’ in eight European...
AOL: Brexiteers have dismissed a £1 million donation by fashion tycoon Julian Dunkerton to the campaign group fighting for a second referendum, insisting more people than ever now wanted to leave the EU. The co-founder of the Superdry clothing brand said his...
The Sun: THE summer holidays are upon us and many Brits are off to the Continent - but buying euros can be tricky given the ever-moving exchange rate. Here is our guide to the current state of the market, and how to get the best price when you swap your cash. 3 What is...
The Sun: BRITS who think they could do a better job than Theresa May now have a chance to prove it - thanks to a new Brexit board game. An enterprising historian has created a game which is meant to replicate the experience of thrashing out a deal with Brussels. Hugo...
Belfast Telegraph: Brexiteers have dismissed a £1 million donation by fashion tycoon Julian Dunkerton to the campaign group fighting for a second referendum, insisting more people than ever now wanted to leave the EU. The co-founder of the Superdry clothing brand said his...