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Eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk rallies in favor of independence referendum

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At least 1,000 protesters have gathered in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, the industrial capital of the region, demanding that authorities respect their right for self-determination by allowing them to stage a Crimea-style referendum. The rally was held in the city’s central Lenin Square. Demonstrators held Russian flags and signs which read,... 

Putin signs Crimea reunification documents

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed into law the documents officially making Crimea part of Russian territory. Putin signed the bills at the Kremlin on Friday, completing the process of making Ukraine’s strategic Black Sea region part of the Russian Federation. The Russian president also signed legislation creating two new Russian administrative districts:... 

Moscow magistrate convicts Russian nationalist, denies basic rights

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Slavic Union head Dmitry Demushkin takes part in the Russian March in Moscow. Dmitry Dyomushkin has been found guilty of organizing a “criminal organization” after it was established that his group, the Slavic Union was renamed and continued to operate despite a legal ban. A district communist magistrate court in Moscow sentenced the nationalist... 

95.7% of Crimeans in referendum voted to join Russia

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Over 95 percent of voters in the Crimean referendum have answered ‘yes’ to the autonomous republic joining Russia and less than 5 percent of the vote participants want the region to remain part of Ukraine, according to preliminary results. With over 75 percent of the votes already counted, preliminary result show that 95.7 percent of voters said ‘yes’... 

“We did not overthrow the government to deliver it to US & EU” – Ukraine

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Who’s in charge? Certainly not the bought-and-paid-for-moderates that Washington and the EU hoped to install as the new government of Ukraine. The agreement that the Washington and EU supported opposition concluded with President Yanukovich to end the crisis did not last an hour. Even the former boxing champion, Vitaly Klitschko, who was riding high as an... 

Scotland to join EU after independence: EU official

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Scottish Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon Scottish deputy first minister says the European Union will not deny Scotland the right to join the bloc if it achieves independence from the UK, a media report says. The European Union will accept Scotland’s membership by March 2016 after the country becomes legally independent from the United Kingdom within... 

Switzerland rejects Croatia free movement deal after immigration referendum

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Switzerland has refused to sign a protracted deal with Croatia, initially agreed over a year ago, which would have given Croatians unrestricted access to the Swiss employment market. The Swiss say it’s not viable “in its current form”. Simultaneously, the Swiss People’s Party (SVP) has called on Switzerland’s government to quickly limit immigration... 

UK government ministers accused of ‘bullying’ Scotland

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Scotland has accused the British government ministers of “bullying” Edinburgh over a planned independence referendum later this year. In a letter to UK Prime Minister David Cameron on Saturday, Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond urged him to distance himself from recent “astonishing” claims reportedly made by a coalition colleague. This... 

Scotland has everything to become one of the world’s richest countries

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Scotland has oil, it’s small and can adopt the same regulatory measures as Singapore or Switzerland. That’s everything it needs to eventually join the list of the richest nations of the world, Dominic Frisby, author of ‘Life After the State’, told RT. “Scotland has the oil, it’s small, its population is less than 5 million and it has the same record.... 

Swiss people vote for limiting EU immigration

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Swiss people have voted in favor of limiting the immigration of European job seekers, prompting the European Commission to announce reassessment of relations with Switzerland. Sunday’s poll results showed that Swiss voters narrowly backed the nationalists’ call for curbing EU immigration. Voters endorsed proposals to reintroduce immigration quotas... 

UKIP Britain’s most popular party

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Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP). Britons view the UK Independence Party (UKIP) as more favourably than the country’s three main political parties, a new survey shows. According to the ComRes opinion poll for the Independent on Sunday and the Sunday Mirror, 27 percent of Britons said they felt most “favourable” towards UKIP, compared... 

Nick Griffin of BNP holds joint press conference with Golden Dawn

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Nick Griffin, Leader of the British National Party and member of European Parliament, speaks out against the treacherous persecution of Golden Dawn in a joint press conference including Eleni Zaroulia, Ilias Kasidiaris and Artemis Mathaiopoulos. Nick Griffin is a close contact with us here at Golden Dawn New York and many of his party members frequently check... 

Another Greek Golden Dawn MP Arrested

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Another Greek lawmaker from the country’s oppressed right-wing Golden Dawn party has been imprisoned on charges of being a member of a “criminal organization”, with no presented evidence, even though the Golden Dawn party has not been outlawed in Greece by the justice system. On Sunday, Stathis Boukouras was put behind bars following the imprisonment... 

UK’s British National Party declared bankrupt

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Nick Griffin, leader of the British National Party (BNP) Leader of the UK’s far-right political party, the British National Party (BNP), has been declared bankrupt. Appearing at Welshpool County Court in Wales on Thursday, Nick Griffin was declared insolvent. This came after Griffin was found to have been left with debts following a dispute with Gilbert Davies... 

Catalonia to vote on independence, defy Madrid

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The Catalan regional parliament has set November next year for a referendum on the Spanish province’s independence. The government in Madrid blandly said the vote won’t happen, but activists wonder how it might be stopped. Catalonia’s four pro-independence parties, which hold a majority in the regional parliament, announced Thursday that the rich industrial... 
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