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The Pitfalls Of Catalonia’s Independence Referendum

Catalan authorities are racing to stage an independence referendum slated for October 1 which Spain’s central government has vowed to stop. The following are the key pitfalls of the planned plebiscite: Electoral authority According to the Venice Commission — a …

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London Train Attack: Trump’s Tweet Angers Britain

President Donald Trump sparked fury, in London and yet another pointed rebuke from Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday after he claimed that “loser terrorists” were behind a botched train attack were known to British police. Trump took to Twitter …

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Thousands Protest Against Macron In France

Tens of thousands of French protesters marched against President Emmanuel Macron’s flagship economic reforms on Tuesday in the first major demonstrations against his pro-business agenda. The day of strikes and rallies are seen as a key test for the young …

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Merkel Rejects Turkey’s Travel Warning

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday rejected Turkey’s message to citizens that they should take care when travelling to Germany over what it said was an increase in anti-Turkish sentiment ahead of Germany’s election on September 24. Tensions between Berlin …

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Don Williams Dies At 78

Country Music Hall of Famer and CMA/ACM award winner Don Williams. Image: don-williams.com Country music legend Don Williams has died at the age of 78. Williams, known as country music’s gentle giant, died on Friday after a short illness, a …

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