The soul of Perpignan: how a Gypsy community halted the bulldozers

The French city wanted to demolish large portions of its St Jacques neighbourhood as part of a wider development plan. It had not been able to anticipated with its residents Never schedule a demolition in St Jacques for the afternoon….

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Putin tried to smash the opposition. Instead protests have spiraled

Moscow( CNN) It’s been a exhilarating time for Russia’s embattled political resist. On August 10, as countless as 50,000 beings rallied in Moscow calling for fair local elections, the biggest protests seen in the capital since early 2012. Now opposition…

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Suspect in Oslo mosque shooting expressed right-wing sympathies, say police

Oslo, Norway( CNN) The gentleman suspected of opening fire at a mosque in the Norwegian capital of Osloon Saturday had already expressed right-wing sympathies online, the police said in a news conference Sunday.

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Israelis held over alleged rape freed as British accuser is arrested

19-year-old UK tourist to appear in Cypriot court on mistrust of constituting spuriou complaint Police in Cyprus have liberated seven Israeli tourists from detention and said the British teenager who alleged them of organization abuse would face courtroom on mistrust…

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Johnson and Varadkar clash over Irish backstop in phone call

Taoiseach tells new PM in first converse that EU will not scrap it as part of reopening Brexit talks Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar have clashed over the Irish backstop in their first phone call, with the Irish taoiseach saying…

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Libyas Migrant Holding Areas Have Become Death Camps

ROME–The smell of decomposing human flesh is what Amal, a young Eritrean man, retains most about the working day after the Tajoura migrant worsening civil war. Speaking to The Daily Beast by phone with the help of a humanitarian worker…

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‘Time to rebel’: Greta Thunberg adds voice to new song by the 1975

On strips recent single, 16 -year-old activist advises young people to act on climate emergency the 1975. On a racetrack called The 1975, a version of which traditionally opens each of the British band’s albums, the 16 -year-old environmental activist…

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Ukraine election: early results indicate big win for president’s party

Volodymyr Zelenskiy expected to command outright majority with 42% of the vote Ukraine’s comedian-turned-president is on course for full domination of the country’s political scene after results from Sunday’s parliamentary elections indicated his newly founded Servant of the People party…

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Dutch council forces playground to close over noise complaints

More than 4,000 signal petition to overturn decision, which aimed to appease neighbours A national debate has been provoked in the Netherlands after the human rights council succession a primary school playground to be shut for being too noisy. Questions…

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Adidas loses three-stripe trademark battle in European court

Logo first cross-file on a football boot in 1949 was not unique enough, says court Adidas has been unsuccessful in an attempt to expand its trademark three-stripe design in the EU after national courts governed it was not ” peculiar…

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