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Migrants board a train to Serbia in the new reception center near the town of Gevgelija. (ROBERT ATANASOVSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

Dutch Plan Tougher Asylum Policy As Migrants Flood Europe

As Europe grapples with its biggest wave of migration since World War Two, the Netherlands is about to toughen its asylum policy by cutting off food and shelter for people who fail to qualify as refugees. Failed asylum seekers would

Sweden

Sweden Launches New Counter-Terror Strategy

Sweden’s Minister for Home Affaris Anders Ygeman launched his government’s new counter-terrorism strategy in Stockholm yesterday. The policies unveiled are aimed at dissuading and disrupting would-be-terrorists looking to join radical groups, as well as preventing terror attacks themselves. Ygeman referred to the

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Estonia to Build Fence on Russian Border

Estonia announced plans to build a fence on their border with Russia for extra protection. In the past year, the former Soviet republic often voiced fears they might be Russia’s next target after the Kremlin targeted Ukraine.

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Digital Warfare Takes Out ISIS’s ‘Secret Weapon’ Hacker

More details are emerging about Junaid Hussain, the twenty-something British expatriate who served as a key player in the Islamic State’s online army until a U.S. drone strike took him out this week. According to an article at the Wall Street Journal, Hussain was involved in most of ISIS’s hacking and social media exploits.

Samantha Power

Ambassador Power: Rejected Iran Deal Will Isolate U.S.

The United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, this week published an op-ed in Politico warning Congress that if they reject the Iran nuclear deal, America would be isolated on the world stage and lose the crux of its influence.

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Hollywood Goes to Cuba

On July 20, the Obama Administration restored diplomatic relations with communist Cuba, officially ending a Cold War era stalemate that the United States arguably gained very little from ending. But, as Americans begin to travel to the island nation, Hollywood is already cultivating roots.

TTIP

The European Commission And ‘Big Tobacco’ Accused Of TTIP Cover-Up

The European Commission has become embroiled in an argument over a potential cover-up of engagement between its officials and the tobacco industry during negotiations over the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) treaty. Campaigners from Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) published documents revealed under

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Transsexual Couple To Have Church Wedding in Denmark

“For us it is important that we not simply be married by the mayor. We love each other, and it’s beautiful to have the acceptance of the church,” said Isabell Storm and Cecilie Mundt, who were both born male. In June 2012 the Danish parliament approved a new law to allow gay marriages in the Lutheran National Church, but so far had not officiated unions between transsexuals.

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