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"Fell for a gap in the system"

Britta Nielsen worked on the Danish National Board of Social Affairs and manipulated the system so that she could transfer money to herself. During the period 1993-2018 she carried out transactions amounting to SEK 170 million. She is charged with several cases of gross fraud and counterfeiting after transferring money to her account and then sweeping the traces again, as …

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Five questions about Turkey's IS deportations

by TT November 11, 2019 13:54 Photo: Baderkhan Ahmad / AP / TT Turkey has begun the repatriation of captured IS warriors. In the photo the al-Hol prison camp in northern Syria. Stock Photography. Turkey has begun to deport captured IS fighters. But why are the deportations happening right now, there is a risk of increased radicalization in the recipient …

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Deadlock left in Spanish politics | Gothenburg Post

After eleven hours of voting, polling stations closed around Spain at 8pm on Sunday evening. When almost all the votes were counted, it was clear that the left and right blocs would be even and that the stalemate in Spanish politics will continue. The Socialist Party PSOE with Pedro Sánchez in the lead became as predicted the largest party. The …

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The last (?) EU meeting for Mogherini | Aftonbladet

by TT November 11, 2019 10:29 Photo: Francisco Seco / AP / TT EU Foreign Minister Federica Mogherini on his way to Monday's Foreign Minister's meeting in Brussels. [19659006] Sudan's new prime minister is particularly invited when the EU's foreign ministers meet in Brussels. The EU's foreign chief prepares his resignation at the same time. Monday's meeting. In addition, a …

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Turkey begins deportation of IS prisoners

by TT November 11, 2019 08:57 Photo: Burhan Ozbilici / AP / TT Turkey's Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu told about the deportation of IS prisoners already last week. It has now begun, according to Turkish state television. Turkey has begun the deportation of IS prisoners to its home countries, according to Turkish state television. The message comes a few days …

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The United States calls for reforms in Iraq

by TT November 11, 2019 06:27 Photo: Karim Kadim / AP / TT Iraq's President Barham Salih. Stock Photography from March of this year. The United States calls on the Iraqi government to listen to the major protests that began in early October. Washington wants Iraq's government "to implement President Barham Salih's promises to implement electoral reform and hold new …

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Spain now even more difficult to control

Preliminary election results in Spain: • Social Democratic PSOE: 120 seats (compared with 123 in the April 28 elections) • Conservative PP: 88 (66). • Right-wing extremism Vox: 52 (24 ) • Left Alliance Unidas Podemos: 35 (42). • Catalan separatist party ERC (left): 13 (15). • Right Liberal Ciudadanos: 10 (57). • Catalan separatist party JxCat (bourgeois): 8 (7). …

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Police shot demonstrator | Aftonbladet

by TT November 11, 2019 02:11 Photo: Dita Alangkara / AP / TT Protesters excavate paving stones in Hong Kong during Sunday's new protests in the city. During recent clashes between police and protesters in Hong Kong, police have shot a protester in the chest. Images broadcast live on Facebook show how a police officer tries to arrest a person, …

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Spain was immune – now the extreme right is breaking out in the elections | Teresa Küchler

The right-wing extremist Vox is here to stay, shows the results of the Spanish parliamentary elections. Spain has long been immune to right-wing populist and extremist parties, but the Catalonia crisis has unleashed previously dormant, or at least carefully hidden, nationalist sentiments. Close Share article: Spain was immune – but now the extreme right is advancing A to the extreme …

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Military action against armed groups in Bolivia – World

The opposition demands that Morales not stand for a new election. The president's message came shortly after the Pan-American cooperative organization OAS released a preliminary report of its investigation on Sunday. Among other things, the organization has discovered the manipulation of computer systems used in the electoral process "of such a magnitude that it should be thoroughly investigated by the …

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