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The head of Poland's governing party wants 'less centralism' within the EU

Business Insider - ‎vor 4 Stunden‎
Daniel Biskup. Germany's leading newspaper, BILD, has published an exclusive interview with Jarosław Kaczyński, head of the Polish governing party and a very influential politician in Europe.

Wave of Terrorist Violence Triggers Debates Over Security, Refugees in Germany - ‎vor 4 Stunden‎
“Islamist terrorism has arrived in Germany,” said Bavarian state premier Horst Seehofer Tuesday, after a Syrian asylum-seeker carried out Germany's first suicide bombing, injuring 15 people at a music festival in the Bavarian town of Ansbach on Sunday ...

Leading from the Centre: Germany`s New Role in Europe

CSS Resources (blog) - ‎vor 19 Stunden‎
Chancellor Angela Merkel and her government did engage with other member states on these crises - for instance, with France and Poland on Ukraine; with France, the Netherlands, other northern Eurozone countries, and the European Commission on the ...

ISIS video shows Ansbach suicide bomber from Syria threatening the West

Daily Mail - ‎26.07.2016‎
ISIS has released a video showing German suicide bomber Mohammad Daleel issuing a chilling warning that Islamists will wreak havoc across Europe with car bombs.

Germany suicide bomber in Ansbach had pledged allegiance to ISIS

Daily Mail - ‎25.07.2016‎
A Syrian suicide bomber - nicknamed 'Rambo' - who blew himself up outside a German music festival had pledged allegiance to ISIS, had Islamist videos at his home and had enough chemicals to make another bomb, it has emerged. The 27-year-old, named ...

How turmoil in Turkey may become a flashpoint in Europe's migrant crisis

CNBC - ‎24.07.2016‎
Across the 28 member countries of the European Union, there are quiet concerns that should Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan continue his massive political purge and reinstitute the death penalty, it could have grave consequences for EU-Turkey ...

'Islamic State' Chanting Attackers 'Behead' Priest During Morning Mass In France

Breitbart News - ‎26.07.2016‎
An elderly priest has been killed in a hostage situation in a church south of Rouen, Normandy, northern France this morning by alleged Islamist attackers.

Pictured: Syrian suicide bomber - nicknamed 'Rambo' - who blew himself up ...

Daily Mail - ‎25.07.2016‎
Police today raided the Syrian's home in Ansbach as Germany's Interior Ministry revealed the attacker - dubbed Rambo by friends at his asylum shelter - had been refused asylum and was due to be deported to Bulgaria.

How Three Germans and a Venture Capitalist Hope to Integrate Europe's ...

Bloomberg - ‎20.07.2016‎
The trio aims to fill a gap of otherwise wasted time—during which refugees can develop skills or earn degrees that could help them acclimate to their new country, or prepare for the day when they can return home. Kiron ... Sitting in a garden behind ...

Helping refugees transition into college students

Chicago Tribune - ‎20.07.2016‎
MUST CREDIT: Bloomberg photo by Krisztian Bocsi. ... The trio aims to fill a gap of otherwise wasted time - during which refugees can develop skills or earn degrees that could help them acclimate to their new country, or prepare for the day when they ...

All Or Nothing For Erdogan: 200000 Purged In Race For Absolute Power - ‎22.07.2016‎
Not all of strategic ramifications of the almost choreographed or theatrical putsch - a Greek tragedy of foreseeable outcome, once the details became known - were obvious to most observers, just as the long-term structural background which ultimately ...

Munich gunman planned shooting for a year, chose victims randomly: Officials

Times of India - ‎24.07.2016‎
... Islamic State claims responsibility. the third attack+ on the continent in just over a week, after David Ali Sonboly went on a. BACKGROUND .... Chancellor Angela Merkel said Munich had suffered a "night of horror". Stay updated on the go with Times ...

What's Going On in Turkey?

The Atlantic - ‎15.07.2016‎
7:46 a.m. Wednesday. Turkey's Higher Education Board, which is known by its initials BOK, has suspended the assignments of Turkish academics overseas, and asked those academics who work abroad to return home. This, according to Hurriyet, .... removal ...

The pro-capitalist program of the US Green Party

World Socialist Web Site - ‎22.07.2016‎
Workers and youth must learn to analyze and assess all political organizations not by their “left” presentation of themselves or their nominal organizational independence from the Democratic Party, but by their “ history, program, perspective, and ...

ISIS-claimed German attack presents yet another test for asylum policies

Christian Science Monitor - ‎19.07.2016‎
And some say the fact that the suspect was an unaccompanied minor who had sought asylum could accelerate a chipping-away of support for Germany's generous policies toward refugees from war-torn countries like Syria and Afghanistan. ... “Everybody [in ...

Francis to visit John Paul II's homeland

National Catholic Reporter - ‎19.07.2016‎
"He's returning to the homeland of John Paul II, his esteemed predecessor," said Declan Murphy, former director of the U.S.

Sarah Palin: Turncoat Cruz Has Ended His Career

Newsmax - ‎21.07.2016‎
Sarah Palin, one of Donald Trump's most vocal supporters, planted a verbal haymaker on Ted Cruz Thursday morning, calling the Texas senator's refusal to back the billionaire real-estate tycoon for president as "career-ending.

Opinion: The vulnerable society

Deutsche Welle - ‎15.07.2016‎
And then, one must ask why so many young Muslims in secular Europe and in the religiously diverse USA are fascinated by Islamist violence.

Opinion: Hollande's government is also a victim of the attack in Nice

Deutsche Welle - ‎15.07.2016‎
Hollande should have cut through the petty bureaucratic politics and made these forces subordinate to one central command.

World at their feet

The Nation Newspaper - ‎15.07.2016‎
In announcing Merkel as the Person of the Year, Time Managing Editor, Nancy Gibbs, pointed to her handling of a vast array of issues - including the European economic crisis tied to countries such as Greece, the flood of refugees into the continent ...