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Populists set for big win across EU as millions head to the polls

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Europeans are voting in the final day of the EU’s parliament elections, as the UK waits to see which of its candidates have been successful. Germany, France, Spain and Italy are among 21 countries where voters go to the polls today after voting concluded in seven nations, including the UK. The results will be announced Read More

Europeans head to polls for EU elections as UK awaits results

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Europeans are voting in the final day of the EU’s parliament elections, as the UK waits to see which of its candidates have been successful. Germany, France, Spain and Italy are among 21 countries where voters go to the polls today after voting concluded in seven nations, including the UK. The results will be announced Read More

Moby’s romantic failures are not your cue to attack ‘white men’ ‘beta males’ & ‘the patriarchy’

6 hours ago DieselGasoil Comments Off on Moby’s romantic failures are not your cue to attack ‘white men’ ‘beta males’ & ‘the patriarchy’
The electronic musician’s “creepy” abortive seductions of Natalie Portman and Lana del Ray are not an excuse to air bigoted grievances about men in general. And Moby himself deserves pity, rather than self-righteous viciousness. It is easy to see why Moby – who was more known than adored, even in his turn-of-the-millennium heyday when he Read More

Fasten your sickbags: Air taxis to fly passengers in many cities across the world by 2025

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Air taxis will offer services in a number of cities over the next six years, according to Oliver Walker-Jones, head of communications of German aviation startup Lilium. “We plan to start operations in several cities around the world by 2025, although in some locations the service will be launched earlier. There is a huge interest Read More

Russia floats third in class of nuclear icebreaker set to guide ships through Arctic

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Russia has floated its third next-gen nuclear icebreaker – the Ural – designed to lead ships through the thickest ice sheets in the Arctic. When completed these type of vessels will become the world’s largest and most powerful. The Ural is the third ship of Project 22220, set to become the most powerful and biggest Read More

Pregnant mothers give birth in olive groves after fleeing Syria violence

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Officials in the last rebel outpost in Syria have told Sky News an estimated 700,000 people have been forced out of their homes due to a recent surge in violence in Idlib province. We gained exclusive access to the last rebel outpost of Idlib and saw people sheltering in olive groves after fleeing from the Read More

NATO experts ‘adopt new strategy,’ says Stoltenberg & points finger at ‘Russia threat’… again

21 hours ago DieselGasoil Comments Off on NATO experts ‘adopt new strategy,’ says Stoltenberg & points finger at ‘Russia threat’… again
NATO ‘experts’ have developed an updated strategy, the bloc’s chief Jens Stoltenberg revealed. And one doesn’t have to look for long for an explanation, with ‘bad Russia’ conveniently cited as a reason for the overhaul. “Our military experts have adopted a new military strategy for the alliance this week,” NATO’s Secretary General Stoltenberg told Germany’s Read More

UN maritime convention can’t be applied to Kerch Strait incident with Ukraine – Moscow

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The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea is urging Russia to hand over Ukrainian ships and crew detained for “border violation” off Crimea in 2018. Moscow has hit back, saying the body has no jurisdiction here. Russia’s Foreign Ministry said Moscow had made an opt-out while ratifying the 1982 UN Convention on the Read More

UN Law of Sea Convention can’t be applied to Kerch Strait incident with Ukraine – Moscow

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The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea is urging Russia to hand over Ukrainian ships and crew detained for “border violation” off Crimea in 2018. Moscow has hit back, saying the body has no jurisdiction here. Delivering its take on the matter, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said that UN rules can’t be invoked in Read More