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Global Elite Ignore Dire Warning at G7 About Economic Collapse

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On Thursday leaders at the G7 in Japan ignored a dire warning issued by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe about the perilous state of the global economy and the risk “of the re-emergence of a Lehman-scale crisis.” The collapse and bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers in 2008, at the time the fourth-largest U.S. investment bank, was the seminal event of the subprime financial crisis. Its implosion resulted in... 

Russia Begins September War, Issues Dire Warning To Britain

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The Ministry of Defense (MoD) is now reporting that for the first time in 24 years since its establishment in 1991 (following the collapse of the Soviet Union), the Russian Federation has followed correctly its constitutional order when earlier today the 162 members of the upper chamber of the Federal Assembly, Council of Federation, unanimously approved a Declaration of War requested by President... 

Italy, Germany temporarily close embassies in Yemen

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Yemeni security forces stand guard outside the German embassy in Sana’a on February 13, 2015. Italy and Germany have temporarily closed their embassies in Yemen, following the United States, Britain and France, in reaction to alleged security concerns after the Ansarullah revolutionaries took control of the capital, Sana’a. On Friday, the Italian Foreign Ministry issued a statement, saying... 

Germany reports second case of avian influenza

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A worker in a bio-hazard suit waits to disinfect a truck which is loaded with ducks culled for bird flu infection, at the exit of a poultry farm in southern Germany. A new case of the H5N8 strain of bird flu, which is highly contagious among birds but has never been detected in humans, has been found in a wild goose in northern Germany. “The H5N8 virus has been confirmed in a wild bird in [Germany’s... 

At least 51% of Scots to vote Yes in independence referendum

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Support for Scotland’s Yes campaign is on the rise as the country’s independence referendum draws nearer, a new opinion poll shows. According to a poll conducted by YouGov for the Sunday Times, 51 percent of Scottish voters plan to vote yes, while 49 percent will vote no. A similar YouGov poll published on September 2, showed 47 percent of the respondents said they’d vote in favor of... 

US top official heading to Europe over more Russia sanctions

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Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence David S. Cohen The US Treasury Department says a top official is heading to Europe this week to discuss a possible new round of sanctions against Russia. Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence, David S. Cohen will visit Germany, France and Britain to examine more severe sanctions against Russia in talks with European partners,... 

Iran enrichment right recognized in Geneva deal: Zarif

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Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iran’s right to enrichment has been recognized in the nuclear deal between Tehran and the Sextet. After more than four days of intense negotiations, Iran and the P5+1 group, the US, Britain, Russia, France, China and Germany, sealed an interim deal in Geneva on Sunday morning to pave the way for the full resolution of the West’s decade-old dispute... 

Blackout in Britain - beginning of crisis

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Blackout Britain – it’s only just the beginning. BASF, the world’s largest chemical company, has been headquartered in Germany since before the country formally existed. Founded in 1865 by the industrial pioneer Friedrich Engelhorn, it still occupies the vast site on the banks of the Rhine at Ludwigshafen where its first dye and soda factories were built. A third of its staff are employed... 

Polygamy a future lifestyle choice in Britain?

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Last week, ex-Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey warned that same-sex marriage sets a precedent that could lead to polygamy, warning of “unintended consequences” according to a BBC article. Some may say that he and others are over worrying concerning allowing homosexuals and lesbians to be recognized legally as married. Yet the ex-Archbishop raises possibly a valid concern. The report states... 

Britain, U.S. hold secret talks on how to arm Syrian rebels

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Britain and the U.S. have been secretly discussing plans to arm foreign-backed terrorists fighting the popular government of president Bashar al-Assad in Syria, it has been disclosed. The revelation comes amid an escalation of hostilities in the region with Zionist Israeli regime already launching invasion against Syria, when the country is fighting to ward off the threat of an all-out civil war with... 

George Orwell and the American complex terror

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When Orwell wrote his most famous novel, which happened to be the most emblematic of dramatic past century, he was not writing about Soviet Union and Stalin. He was basically writing a dystopia about Britain, the ruined Britain of Churchill and Lord Beveridge, a desperate country ruled now by conservative nihilism, social security services and the ideology of iron curtain and cold war. Orwell gave... 

EU is trying to humiliate Britain over immigration

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The EU is forcing states to give up their national sovereignty Many people have long been deeply skeptical of the ability of the Government to limit so-called “welfare tourism” by migrants coming from other European Union countries. Such skepticism appears to be thoroughly vindicated by new proposals from the European Commission to make it even easier for EU citizens to move from country... 

UK authorities underestimate poverty to their own benefits

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Researchers say the governments in Britain and Scotland are willfully underestimating the number of families living in poverty, local media reported. A report backed by the Economic and Social Research Council found that ministers both at Holyrood and Westminster have failed to “effectively define” deprivation. Academics at Edinburgh University believe there is a “weakness” in the way central... 

Thousands of Europeans demand end to Austerity

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A trade union representative gives a speech in Brussels, Belgium, against austerity policies on March 14, 2013. Thousands of Europeans have staged a rally near the European Union (EU) headquarters in Brussels to protest against anti-austerity measures. About 15,000 protesters and trade union representatives from Belgium, Britain, France, Germany and other European Union countries gathered in the Belgium... 

UK falls behind on premature mortality

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A study shows that Britain has a worse record of premature death than other developed countries. Britain has a worse record of premature death than other developed countries, a new research reveals. According to a detailed analysis of the 2010 Global Burden of Disease data, in 1990 the UK ranked 10th in a league table of 19 countries showing years of life lost (YLL) per 100,000 members of the population.... 
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