The Brittish leave the EU not as narrow-minded snobs, but as proud democrats who no longer wish to accept the flaws and political failures of the EU. They have not divided their country into supporters and opponents, winners and losers, yesterday and tomorrow, nationalists and cosmopolitans. This was already done by the EU itself.
As the Kremlin stokes Russian fears of the West, some young people long for what they think they know about the dictator who saw them through World War II.
FIVE European countries may seek to follow Britain's lead in leaving the EU in a Brexit domino effect, Germany has warned. France, the Netherlands, Austria, Finland and Hungary could leave.
Weapons shipped into Jordan by the Central Intelligence Agency and Saudi Arabia intended for Syrian rebels have been systematically stolen by Jordanian intelligence operatives and sold to arms merchants on the black market, according to American and Jordanian officials.
Islamic State has been entirely routed from Falluja, one of the jihadi group’s two major Iraqi strongholds, a senior Iraqi commander has declared, marking the end of a month-long operation during which tens of thousands of people fled the city.
“It’s just to show solidarity with the Mexican people,” Milne said, “and everyone else that Trump has derided, insulted and intimidated.”
The UK Parliament online petition for a second referendum, currently containing upwards of a million alleged signatures is open to almost unlimited fraud, and likely worthless.
Far-right this and far-right that.
Poland to the rescue !
Tree cutting gone wrong
The verbose, charmingly unkempt Johnson, 52, has been described as Britain's Donald Trump; he's stoked anti-immigrant hate and shown little regard for the truth during the "Brexit" campaign.
It is becoming increasingly clear that monkeys "mourn" their friends, suggesting that grief has deep evolutionary roots
Life in the Information Age changes so fast and so often that we often don’t even notice. Take, for example, the CAPTCHA system of internet user authentication, which became ubiquitous, then kind of sinister, then began to fade away.
We can take someone’s memory - which is typically something internal and private - and we can pull it out from their brains,"
Americans are collectively being played like fools, our respective fears exploited by those who profit from perpetual bloodshed.
Oh, America - why ARE you so stupid?
In a press release last month, Senator Richard Burr's press office said that the 2017 Intelligence Authorization Bill, which was passed by the Senate Intelligence Committee in May, "requires the President to establish an interagency committee to counter Russian active measures," however no details on the requirements have been listed.
The best shed ever? Man builds plush home cinema inside garden hut.
The 93 petaflop Sunway TaihuLight is installed at the National Supercomputing Centre in Wuxi.
At its peak, the computer can perform around 93,000 trillion calculations per second.
They were convicted of child sex offences including rape, grooming and trafficking during three separate trials at Leeds Crown Court.
Rio de Janeiro’s state government is declaring a state of “public calamity” and says extreme measures must be taken or this summer’s Olympics won’t happen.
The statement calls for immediate emergency actions must be taken to prevent a “total collapse in public safety, health, education, transport and environmental management.”
It was a bad day for motorists on a busy New Jersey highway no matter how you sliced it.
A "sandwich-like" accident brought traffic to a standstill Friday in Piscataway, when a truck carrying deli meat collided with a bread truck.
Walt Disney World Resort plans to install signs warning of
alligators in the area where a 2-year-old boy was killed
EU leaders promised the Turkish government that 79 million Turks could have access to Europe's 26-country border-free Schengen travel zone by June, as part of a hotly disputed bargain on migration. But this was always conditional on Turkey meeting 72 EU conditions on border security and fundamental rights.
At least 147 people, mostly students, have been killed in an assault by al-Shabab militants on a university in north-eastern Kenya.
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