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Austrian Muslims condemn government music clampdown | Austria News

The Austrian federal federation of Muslim residents (IGGiOe) has expressed concern about Vienna's message to close seven mosques and expel Turkish-funded imams. Vienna wants to "discredit the religious community," Ibrahim Olgun, president of the IGGiOe group, said on Sunday. The policy was not "suitable for controlling political Islam" and "eventually leading to a weakening of structures within the Muslim community …

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Puerto Rican Day Parade shows post-hurricane pride

The National Puerto Rican Parade in New York became its usual boisterous celebration Sunday, but many participants also saw it as an opportunity to express their more gloomy concerns about the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria. In the heart of Manhattan, people bear signs with tribute like "New York stands with Puerto Rico", "You will not be forgotten" and "Decolonize …

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Trump, White House adviser blows Canadian Trudeau in brutal aftermath of the G-7 summit

President Trump left America's closest allies in a state of shock and upset Sunday after a verbal barrier against Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who only hosted Trump and other leaders from the seven industrialized countries. Trump's rhetorical assault on Trudeau, typically delivered on Twitter, was echoed by two senior white house advisors who went to Sunday Presents to go …

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France, Germany slams the Trumps G7 U-turn

Trump tweeted Saturday that he had instructed his representatives not to sign a communique between the seven nations that formed the group shortly after the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that all countries had agreed. The key to Trump's concern appeared to be trade declarations, a tough question for Trump's announcement that he planned to impose tariffs on steel …

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Germany to tighten asylum days in public violence

The German government will disclose a significant tightening of the country's asylum system in order to try to rebuild public confidence in bureaucratic scandals and a series of high-profile violent violations linked to the country's refugee population. Horst Seehofer, interior minister and a leading member of Angela Merkel's conservative block, are under pressure to show that Berlin can handle the …

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Spain: Thousands constitute the human chain for Basque resignation

A man holds a Basque flag or Ikurrina when people gather along La Concha beach, while thousands of independence demonstrators make a human chain that requires the Basque independence slogan "Our right to decide" Basque language "Gure Esku Dago", in the Basque city of San Sebastian, northern Spain, Sunday, June 10, 2018. Thousands of demonstrators marched in a large human …

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Israel says it is destroying Hamas tunnel in Gaza

by Ian Deitch | AP June 10 at. 10:20 JERUSALEM – Israel destroyed a tunnel digged by Hamas as a leader from Gaza to the Mediterranean intended to be used by the Islamic militant group controlling the territory to carry out attacks, the military said Sunday. Military spokesman Lt Col. Jonathan Conricus said last week hit the aircraft to Hamas …

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Brexit campaigner Banks to meet lawmakers over Russian links

LONDON (Reuters) – Arron Banks, a British businessman bankrolled as one of the main campaigns of Brexit, will meet questions from legislators on Tuesday about their relations with Russia after a report said the connections went further and deeper than before. PHOTO PHOTO: British businessman Arron Banks, who has funded the Leave.EU campaign, will be seen during the opening of …

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