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France fearing MAJOR terror attack as HUNDREDS of jihadis return to country from Syria

According to the interior minister Gerard Collomb, an unknown number of the 271 French nationals have been detained and others are being investigated by the authorities.  Mr Collomb has revealed that 700 French militants have travelled to Iraq and Syria over the past few years and an unknown number of them have been killed. The interior minister said that due ...

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EU should not offload migrant crisis search and rescue on volunteers, NGO head declares

Tommaso Fabbri, believes organisations like his are being left to fill the void “left by Europe”. A new code of conduct was created to address the migrant crisis and lays down 13 rules Rome insists must be followed to prevent aid groups rescuing migrants from acting as a magnet for human traffickers. Mr Fabbri said: “The Code of Conduct that ...

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BREAKING: China demands North Korea halts its DEFIANCE but issues warning to the US

The foreign ministers of China and North Korea started bilateral talks in Manila, the Philippines yesterday following the unanimous decision by the United Nations Security Council to apply tough sanctions on Pyongyang over its missile tests. The rare international meeting which involved the North Korea’s Ri Yong Ho was closed to the media. More to follow… Daily Express :: World Feed

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WATCH: Diane Abbott hails ‘clean & robust’ Venezuelan electoral process – now chaotic mess

The footage, posted on YouTube, shows the Labour politician addressing a Venezuelan Solidarity Campaign event and continually praising a system that has now descended into chaos. Making the comments in 2012, Ms Abbott said: “Technically this is a very clean and robust election process. “It is actually less liable to fraud and impersonation than the British electoral process, which I ...

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BREAKING: US military calls off search and rescue operation after marine aircraft crash

The aircraft was involved in what the military described as a “mishap” off the east coast of Australia on Saturday. The Marine Corps said they shifted their operations to recovery efforts in coordination with the Australian Defence Force, which could last several months and notified the next-of-kin for the three missing Marines. The statement said: “The transition comes after teams ...

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British Special Forces to block IS base in Libya and smash people-smuggling rings

Hundreds of IS fighters are pouring into North Africa after defeats in Raqqa and Mosul.  Much of the migrant influx has originated from Colonel Gadaffi’s former stronghold which is feared to be turning into a failed state.  Eighty members of the Special Boat Service, supported by 40 British specialists, have been deployed with US, French and Italian forces in a ...

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NHS cyber attack hero faces jail after allegedly inventing software to hack bank accounts

Prosecutors claim Marcus Hutchins, 23, confessed he was the mastermind behind code that can harvest account details and “hinted” he sold it to an unnamed co-defendant, still atlarge. The researcher of Ilfracombe, Devon, was hailed a hero in May for creating a “kill-switch” to shut-down ransomware virus that hit the NHS and infected more than 300,000 computers in 150 countries.  ...

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Action man Putin shows off on fishing holiday while Trump relaxes

The bare-chested leader showed off a pike he caught while he was spearfishing in the world’s deepest lake. Sporting a mask and snorkel, Mr Putin braved the chilly waters to go hunting underwater for two hours in Lake Baikal in Russia’s Siberian wilderness. Meanwhile President Donald Trump was in a far more sedate mood as he arrived in New Jersey ...

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British model kidnapped in Milan: Captor tried to sell her on internet for £270,000

The 20-year-old woman, who has not been named, was sent by her UK agent to Milan for a photo shoot on July 10. But the next day, she was brutally kidnapped by a man who posed as a photographer – drugging her with ketamine before she was undressed and photographed. The young woman was then transported in a bag to ...

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FIGHTING TALK: Ex-EU chief says there is 'blood on floor' after fiery Brexit negotiations

Prime Minister Theresa May and her Brexit ministers must do everything they can to work towards an agreement before they quit the bloc, Romano Prodi said.  The former European Commission president admitted he could be “biased” but urged the UK to work with the European Union.  He told the Observer: “Maybe I am biased, being an economist, but it may ...

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