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'Are you delusional?' Louise Mensch and Andrew Neil row in bizarre clash on BBC

During the interview, the journalist claimed to have evidence that the founder of Breitbart had been killed by Russian agents and spoke about President Trump’s wiretap allegations.  Speaking on Sunday Politics, the host was left confused as Ms Mensch called for President Trump to be impeached for having links with Russia in the lead up to the US election.  Neil ...

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ISIS THREAT: Seven suspected ISIS jihadis arrested in holiday hotspot popular with Britons

The Southeast Asian nation has been on high alert since armed gunmen linked to the Islamic State launched multiple attacks in Jakarta, the capital of neighbouring Indonesia, in January 2016.  Muslim-majority Malaysia arrested more than 250 people between 2013 and 2016 over suspected militant activities linked to Islamic State.  Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar said in a statement most ...

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ISIS leader Al-Baghdadi spotted 'walking LIKE A CORPSE' after claims he's on death's door

The 45-year-old who abandoned his militants in Mosul last week in a desperate bid to survive has been seen near the Iraq-Syria border. The source who saw Baghdadi, said the jihadi looked critically ill and had lost a serious amount of weight, Iraqi news reported. “There’s a second Islamic State; it’s right on the Turkish border. To get to this ...

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'Support the Netherlands or LEAVE' Geert Wilders tells Turks to reject 'CRAZY' Erdogan

The leader of the Freedom party called Turks a “fifth column” as diplomatic tensions disintegrated between the two countries after Turkish diplomats were denied entry to the country. Erdogan’s ministers have been trying to drum up support among western Europe’s 4.6million Turkish expatriates for a referendum which could give the president a raft of new constitutional powers following last year’s ...

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Fillon's presidential tilt takes ANOTHER blow after party's 'anti-Semitic' jibe at Macron

The Republicains party depicted French presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron with a hooked nose, wearing a top hat, holding a red sickle and cutting a cigar. The cartoon was similar to the anti-Semitic propaganda spouted out during World War Two when France’s Vichy government worked with the Nazi’s to deport and exterminate Jews. Macron is not Jewish but the cartoon appeared ...

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Kim Jong-un ‘preparing nuclear weapon 14 TIMES more powerful' in chilling warning to Trump

Days after the hermit kingdom carried out a powerful missile launch, Professors from America’s Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies, warned Pyongyang is now in the midst of preparing another nuclear test. Frank Pabian and David Coblentz claimed Kim Jong-un had ordered workers to “tunnel” underground channels so nuclear tests would have more support. Their report published in ...

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‘Islamic State jihadis are trapped and WILL die’ in Mosul assault, US envoy admits

On Sunday Iraqi troops seized control of the last road leading out of the city, with most of the remaining jihadists are in the centre of Mosul’s Old City or in northern districts. McGurk said: “Just last night, the ninth Iraqi army division… cut off the last road out of Mosul. “Any of the fighters who are left in Mosul, ...

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Now DENMARK blocks Turkish ministers from official visit as tensions continue to escalate

Lars Loekke Rasmussen, the prime minister of Denmark, blocked Turkish prime minister Binali Yilderim in response to Erdogan’s “rhetorical attacks on the Netherlands”. In a statement Mr Rasmussen said that “under normal circumstances” it would be a pleasure to greet Yilderim in Copenhagen. But he added: “With the current rhetorical attacks by Turkey against the Netherlands, a new meeting cannot ...

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MERKEL BOMBSHELL: Chancellor didn't shut border because ‘she was scared it might look bad'

The Chancellor had actually finalised plans to shut the border with Austria in September 2015 and was mobilising hundreds of guards when she got cold feet, according to Robin Alexander in his new book ‘Driven By Events: Merkel’s Refugee Policy’. The high-profile political reporter claimed Mrs Merkel was concerned “for historical reasons” about how German guards acting aggressively on borders ...

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'THEY'LL PAY THE PRICE' Turkish president Erdogan brands Netherlands a 'BANANA REPUBLIC'

The two countries are locked in a tense diplomatic row – and his comments are only likely to crank up tensions further. The Netherlands yesterday blocked two of Erdogan’s ministers from addressing Turkish expats in Rotterdam. Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and Family Minister Fatma Betul Sayan Kayahad hoped to speak at a pro-Erdogan rally. But the ministers were not allowed into ...

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