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Who Are The Refugees? Take An Up Close Look At Europe’s Migrant Crisis

An asylum seeker from Iran who stitched his lips in protest of the Greek-Macedonian border closure By JOSH FRIEDMAN With controversy swirling over U.S. President Donald Trump's refugee admission policy, many people may

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Brexit: UK Top Court Rules Parliamentary Approval Needed To Start EU Exit Talks

The United Kingdom Supreme Court ruled that British Prime Minister Theresa May must obtain parliamentary approval in order to begin exit negotiations with the European Union, the BBC reports. However, the court ruled approval from

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Europe’s Nationalists Meet In Germany Ahead Of Pivotal Elections

With major national elections less than two months away, prominent European nationalists gathered in Koblenz, Germany Saturday for a 2017 populism kick-off conference. The gathering was a meeting of Europe of Nations and Freedom (ENF),

By |January 22nd, 2017|Categories: Europe, European Union, Featured, France, Germany, News, Politics, United Kingdom|Tags: , |Comments Off on Europe’s Nationalists Meet In Germany Ahead Of Pivotal Elections

Former Translator for US Troops Beaten, Robbed in Bulgaria

  Afghan asylum seeker Rashid Noori, who reportedly worked as an interpreter for U.S. and UK troops in Afghanistan, says he suffered a severe beating earlier this month in Sofia, Bulgaria. Noori says he has lost

By |December 20th, 2016|Categories: Afghanistan, Europe, European Union, News, Violence|Comments Off on Former Translator for US Troops Beaten, Robbed in Bulgaria

Macedonian Election Coverage

Jan. 30, 2017: VMRO failed to meet its deadline on forming a coalition, and party leader Nikola Gruevski is returning the mandate to form a government to Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov. It is unclear if Zoran

By |December 11th, 2016|Categories: Europe, Featured, Josh Friedman, Politics|Tags: |Comments Off on Macedonian Election Coverage

Minorities From Iran Protest In Switzerland

Footage from the protest in Lucerne, Switzerland (in Farsi) By SABOOR NADEM and JOSH FRIEDMAN Ethnic minority migrants from Iran protested the Iranian regime Friday outside the train station in Lucerne, Switzerland. The protesters hailed

By |December 10th, 2016|Categories: Europe, Iran, Middle East, News in Brief|Comments Off on Minorities From Iran Protest In Switzerland
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