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Holocaust survivor receives 200 threats a day. Now she needs police protection

Liliana Segre, who was only 13 when she was deported to Auschwitz, is a senator-for-life who recently spearheaded the creation of a parliamentary committee against hate, racism and anti-Semitism, also known locally as the Segre commission. She has recently become the target of about 200 "particularly aggressive" social media attacks each day, the Milan-based Foundation Jewish Contemporary Documentation Center told …

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US warns Iran prepares for "nuclear outbreak" | USA News

The United States has accused Iran of preparing "a rapid nuclear outbreak" after it began pumping out gas in hundreds of centrifuges, another step that violates the 2015 landmark with the World Power Nuclear Agreement. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo commented on Thursday, after Iran increased activity at its underground nuclear power plant in Fordow. He warned of Tehran's …

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Trump's impeachment investigation is alive

In a closed-door testimony released on Wednesday, Taylor said that President Trump's co-workers were trying to pressure Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter, as well as a conspiracy theory about Ukraine's role in the 2016 US election. [19659002] However, Trump complained Thursday morning after a report from the Washington Post that he wanted Attorney …

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The NATO alliance is experiencing brain death, says Macron

Image copyright Reuters President Emmanuel Macron in France has described Nato as "brain" death and stresses what he sees as a declining commitment to transatlantic alliance of its most important guarantor, the United States. Interviewed by the economist quoted the US's failure to consult NATO before withdrawing forces from northern Syria. He also seemed to doubt whether NATO members were …

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Paris police destroy massive migrant camps when officials promise to prevent them from reappearing

The Paris police on Thursday cleared more than 1,500 migrants from a pair of makeshift tent camps, as officials vow that communities will no longer be tolerated in the French capital. The massive operation targeting the camps under the motorways of northern Paris began early in the morning and involved nearly 600 police officers. When completed, an estimated 1,606 migrants …

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EU, US criticize Iran over UN nuclear inspector incident | Iran News

The European Union and the United States have criticized Iran's decision to block a United Nations inspector from visiting its nuclear plant in Natanz. In a statement at a special meeting of the International Atomic Agency (IAEA) on Thursday, EU representative expressed deep concern while a US envoy said Tehran's holding of the inspector was an "outrageous provocation". Iran said …

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Mexico Mammoth: Human built wool mammoth traps found in Tultepec

Image copyright EPA Caption The traps were about two meters deep and 25 meters wide At least 14 woolly mammalian skeletons have been uncovered in Mexico in traps built by humans about 15,000 years ago. The two pits in Tultepec north of Mexico City are the first mammal traps discovered, officials say. Former hunters may have born elephant mammals in …

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