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Black Cats Abandoned 'Because They Don't Look Good In Selfies'

Never let it be said that pet owners are fickle for the latest fad, but it does appear that hundreds of black cats are being abandoned because they are not photogenic enough. Their colouring may be considered good luck, but its downside is that their features can be hard to see in their owners' "selfies". 30 Jul 2014, 7:08 AM PDT

Danish Politician Calls for tougher Rules on Muslim Immigration

Immigration from non-Western countries causes the most problems in Denmark, so there should be a difference in how the country welcomes "a Christian American or Swede and a Muslim Somali or Pakistani," according to Inger Støjberg, political spokesperson for the liberal Venstre party, Denmark’s largest opposition party. 30 Jul 2014, 7:02 AM PDT

Britain Still Handing Out £5bn In Tax Credits To Immigrants

Britain is still set to hand out £5bn in tax credits to immigrants, despite David Cameron’s crackdown on benefit tourism. Tax credits top up the salary of low paid workers, they are effectively ‘in work’ benefits and can far outstrip the wages of their recipient. 30 Jul 2014, 6:19 AM PDT

Turkish Deputy PM: Women Shouldn't Laugh in Public

Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister has said that women should not laugh in public or talk about "unnecessary" things on the phone. Bülent Arınç also called for Turks to "rediscover the Koran", adding that television had turned teenagers into "sex addicts". 30 Jul 2014, 6:05 AM PDT

Shock U.S. Senate Report: Left-Wing 'Billionaire's Club' Using Environmentalism to Control the US Economy and Subvert Democracy

"There aren’t a lot of functioning democracies around the world that work this way where you can basically have millionaires and billionaires bankrolling whoever they want, however they want, in some cases undisclosed. What it means is ordinary Americans are shut out of the process." Barack Obama, White House press conference, Oct 2013. 30 Jul 2014, 5:16 AM PDT

Wave of Anti-Semitism Intensifying in Germany

At 2.15 Tuesday morning a resident of the western city of Wuppertal near Dusseldorf rang the police after seeing flames in the street in front of the Bergische Synagogue. The synagogue, which was first built in 1897, was burned to the ground during the Nazi Kristallnacht pogrom in 1938 and then rebuilt. Police said they believed three young men had thrown six molotov cocktails at the doors. 30 Jul 2014, 4:15 AM PDT

European Ransoms 'Now Al-Qaeda's Major Funding'

Al-Qaeda is increasingly funding terror operations thanks to at least $125 million in ransom paid since 2008, largely by European governments to free western hostages, the New York Times reported. 30 Jul 2014, 2:54 AM PDT

The Science: Pornography Can Actually Reduce Rapes

Breitbart London yesterday reported that a greater number of children in Britain are being arrested for rape and sexual assault as a result of 'sexting,' sending explicit images via a mobile phone and access to hard-core pornography on the internet. The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) has understandably expressed its dismay. 30 Jul 2014, 2:38 AM PDT

Kosovo Terrorists to Face Prosecution By International Investigators

Leaders of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), a terrorist organisation supported and armed by President Bill Clinton's administration, may now face prosecution as a team of international investigators says it has enough evidence to indict leaders of the former KLA for crimes against humanity that left about 500 dead and 300 missing. 30 Jul 2014, 1:56 AM PDT

French Government Offers Asylum to Iraqi Christians

The French government has said it is ready to offer asylum to Iraqi Christians forced to flee their homes by jihadist death threats. Many Christians have already been forced out of the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, where the Christian community once numbered 60,000, the largest in a country where Christians have lived for almost 2,000 years. 29 Jul 2014

Migrants 'Sew Lips Together with Wire' in Italy Protest

Two North African migrants in detention awaiting deportation from Italy have sewn their lips together with wire as a protest. Two men, a 28-year old from Algeria and a 27-year old from Tunisia, sealed their lips shut on Saturday as a protest against conditions at the Ponte Galeria Centre for Identification and Expulsion (CIE) near Rome’s Fiumicino Airport. 29 Jul 2014

Japanese Schoolgirl Admits Beheading Classmate

A Japanese schoolgirl has confessed to decapitating a classmate because the "wanted to dissect" someone. According to AFP, the 16-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was arrested on Sunday on suspicion of murdering her 15-year-old classmate after police discovered the dismembered body on a bed in her home. 29 Jul 2014

Radical Spanish Leftists Plan to 'Occupy Gibraltar'

A radical anti-capitalist Spanish trade union plans to "occupy" Gibraltar for one day next month to reclaim The Rock for Spain and as a protest against tax havens. The leading spokesman for the 20,000 member Andalusian Workers' Union, Diego Cañamero, announced the plan on the union's Facebook page on Sunday. 29 Jul 2014

Revealed: Twelve Useless Wind Turbines

Earlier this month, Breitbart London reported that a Welsh government office was to scrap its £50,000 wind turbine after it generated just £5 of electricity per month. It now turns out that this is not the only place small-scale wind-turbine to have proved completely pointless. 29 Jul 2014

Cameron Announces EU Immigration Crackdown

British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced a further tightening of rules on EU immigration, in an effort to counter the popularity of UKIP. The Prime Minister explained the new measures in an article for today’s Daily Telegraph. 29 Jul 2014

Scientist MPs Refuse To Back 'Cheerleading' Climate Change Report

Two MPs on the Energy and Climate Change Select Committee have refused to sign off the body's latest report as they claim it is "cheerleading" for those who believe in man-made global warming. Graham Stringer and Peter Lilley, who are both trained scientists, claim the report into the 5th Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is far more alarmist than the original. 29 Jul 2014

The BBC's Gaza Reporting is Biased and Naive

Over the last week BBC news bulletins have, inevitably, led with the Gaza war. This might seem like an obvious, rational choice, although of course it was also the worst week of the last three years in the Syrian war, with at least 1,700 deaths. 29 Jul 2014

Britain's Prince Harry Joins Photobomb Craze

Britain's Prince Harry has followed his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II into the photobomb craze, giving the thumbs up in an image of acclaimed New Zealand rugby sevens coach Gordon Tietjens at the Commonwealth Games. 29 Jul 2014

Islamic State Jihadists Open 'Marriage Bureau'

The Islamic State, which advocates public stoning for adultery, has opened a "marriage bureau" for women who want to wed its fighters in territory they control in Syria and Iraq. The jihadist group's office is operating from Al-Bab, a town in Aleppo province of northern Syria, for "single women and widows who would like to marry IS fighters", said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. 28 Jul 2014

Why More Israelis Should Die: The Left's Twisted Logic

To remedy the simply awful tragedy of not enough Israelis dying as a result of Hamas rocket attacks, something must be done! Send in NATO, bomb an old people’s home, send in UN inspectors to dismantle the Iron Dome systems! It simply is not fair! Such would be the twisted logic that the anti-Israeli crowd are peddling at the moment. Supposed moral outrage points to the heavy casualties suffered by Gazans, and asks, 'Why can't it be more tragic for Israel, too?'. 28 Jul 2014

Twenty Rule Breakers Barred From Police Every Month

Twenty Police Officers a month have been barred from holding police jobs for life after a new register of those deemed unfit for the service was introduced last year. The names of 175 former officers have been added to the "disapproved register" for various serious disciplinary offences, according to the Times. 28 Jul 2014

Fracking: Why Have We Allowed the Left to Make It a Dirty Word?

"Fracking" was the second most popular UK search term in the "what is?" category on Google in 2014. (The top ten were: Love; Fracking; Gluten; FGM; Lupus; Anxiety; Twerking; Instagram; Gout; Bitcoin). What this tells you is that capitalism in general and the fracking industry in particular is losing the argument. 28 Jul 2014

UKIP Voters Will Propel Miliband To Victory, Says Labour

Labour bosses have claimed that UKIP voters will propel their party to victory at next year's General Election, according to the Daily Telegraph. The party says that if UKIP poll over 9 percent, they will cost the Conservatives enough seats to put Miliband into number 10. 28 Jul 2014

Pakistani Mob Kills Woman and Grandchildren over 'Blasphemous' Facebook Post

A Pakistani mob has killed a woman and two of her granddaughters after a member of their religious sect was accused of posting "blasphemous" material on Facebook. The dead, who include a seven-year-old girl and her baby sister, were Ahmadis, a religious sect who consider themselves Muslim, but who are condemned as heretics by others. Pakistani law considers them to not be proper Muslims. 28 Jul 2014

Vietnam's Taste for Cat Leaves Pets in Peril

The enduring popularity of "little tiger" as a snack to accompany a beer in Vietnam means that cat owners live in constant fear of animal snatchers, despite an official ban. 28 Jul 2014

Boko Haram Militants Seize Cameroon Vice-PM's Wife

Boko Haram militants attacked Kolofata, a town in Cameroon's Far North Region near Nigeria, on Sunday and seized several people including the wife of Cameroon's Vice Prime Minister Amadou Ali, a military commander in the region said. 27 Jul 2014

Bradford Schools Facing Claims of Islamist Takeover

Inspectors are to be sent into schools in the city of Bradford to investigate claims of a takeover attempt by Islamist fundamentalists. Officials from school inspectors Ofsted and the Education Funding Agency (EFA) are likely to begin snap inspections when schools return from the summer break in September. 27 Jul 2014

Londoners Rally in Solidarity with Iraqi Christians

Hundreds of Londoners rallied outside the British parliament on Saturday in a show of solidarity with Iraq's persecuted Christians. The rally, organised by Aid to the Church in Need, also attracted many Arabic Christians and a number of Iraqi Muslims showing solidarity with their Christian neighbours. 27 Jul 2014

Study: Embargo Wouldn't Hurt Russia

An arms embargo against Russia would be little more than symbolic because Russia is largely self-sufficient in supplying its armed forces, a report argued Sunday. 27 Jul 2014

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