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Day: January 26, 2017

Trump’s daughter Tiffany, Bannon registered in two states during the election period
America, ENGLISH

Trump’s daughter Tiffany, Bannon registered in two states during the election period

    I will be asking for a major investigation into VOTER FRAUD, including those registered to vote in two states, Trump tweeted Wednesday apparently unaware that his daughter Tiffany Trump, Chief White House Strategist Stephen Bannon and Treasury Secretary pick Steven Mnuchin were all reportedly registered to vote in two states during the 2016 election. Bannon was registered to vote in both Florida and New York, the Daily News confirmed Wednesday. According to the Florida Division of Elections, Bannon is an active registered Republican voter in Nokomis, Fla. He registered there on April 2, 2014. According to the New York State Board of Elections, Bannon is also registered as an active Republican voter in Manhattan. Stephen Bannon is actively registered to vote in both Florida...
Days of North Korea’s Kim are numbered
Asia, ENGLISH

Days of North Korea’s Kim are numbered

    Former North Korean deputy ambassador to Britain, Thae Yong-Ho, talks to the media at the Seoul Foreign Correspondents Club, on January 25, 2017 The North Korean regime is on an inexorable decline towards collapse, with its people increasingly disillusioned but its nuclear ambitions undimmed, a top defector said Wednesday. I'm sure and I can say that Kim Jong-Un's days are numbered, said Thae Yong-Ho, who fled his post as North Korea's deputy ambassador to Britain in August. In his first press conference for foreign correspondents, held under tight security, Thae said he was sure that more of his fellow countrymen would follow suit since North Korea was "on a downward path". The elite were turning their backs on leader Kim Jong-Un, he said, adding: The traditional structur...
Russian ship of shame returning from Syria
ENGLISH, Europe

Russian ship of shame returning from Syria

    A Russian aircraft carrier used to wage a massive offensive on the Syrian city of Aleppo is on its way back to Russia, Britain's defence minister said Wednesday, calling it a ship of shame. We will keep a close eye on the Admiral Kuznetsov as it skulks back to Russia, Defence Minister Michael Fallon said in a statement. The Russian warship travelled through the North Sea to Syria last year, to help Moscow ally President Bashar al-Assad's troops recapture rebel areas of Aleppo city after four years of fighting there. The offensive forced thousands of civilians and rebels to flee the city, after years of intense bombing and clashes that ravaged swathes of Syria's former economic capital. Fallon called the aircraft carrier a ship of shame whose mission has only extended the s...
EU nationals seeking UK residency to be investigated
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

EU nationals seeking UK residency to be investigated

    The European parliament is to investigate the British government’s treatment of EU nationals living in the UK who have applied for citizenship or permanent residency since the Brexit referendum. Sophie in ‘t Veld, a deputy leader of the liberal group in the parliament, told the Guardian that she intends to form a cross-party taskforce to examine cases where EU nationals have faced a bureaucratic wall when seeking to secure their future in the UK. The Dutch MEP said she had taken up the cause in response to concerns EU nationals had raised with her and after learning about the plight of Monique Hawkins, a Dutch national. Late last year the Guardian revealed that Hawkins, who has lived in the UK for 24 years, had received a letter from the Home Office advising her to “prepar...
Mexico’s president will not pay for any wall but may still visit Trump
America, ENGLISH

Mexico’s president will not pay for any wall but may still visit Trump

    Mexican President Enrique Pe a Nieto Mexico’s president has once again declared that Mexico will not pay for any wall but stopped short of cancelling a visit to Washington after Donald Trump signed executive orders that include building the border barrier. Enrique Peña Nieto reiterated that Mexico would not put a single peso towards the new US president’s signature project. But Peña Nieto did not cancel a trip to Washington – a move many in Mexico had demanded after Trump signed an executive order to start plans for fencing off the frontier. I have said time and time again, Mexico will not pay for any wall, Peña Nieto told the nation in a short video statement on Wednesday night. Mexico reaffirms its friendship with the people of the United States and its willingness to re...