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Die Sicherung der Landesgrenzen schließt im Extremfall Gewaltanwendung mit ein – oder zumindest die glaubhafte Androhung dieser. Das ist unpopulär. Auf der Suche nach Antworten wie sich der Z…

The RSPB: Advice: Are cats causing bird declines? no they aren't

Die globalisierungsfeindliche Stimmung ist nicht im Sinne der Industrie, hier fordert Grillo die Politik auf, entgegenzuwirken. Falls TTIP und CETA scheitern, wäre es ein schwerer Rückschlag für Europa, ist sich der BDI-Präsident sicher. Beschäftigungsverbote für Flüchtlinge sollten zumindest für Zeitarbeit vollständig ausgesetzt werden. Die Konjunkturaussichten für Deutschland sind erfreulich, so Ulrich Grillo.

from The Times

Four children among 71 bodies in migrant lorry

Police in Austria say the bodies of 71 people, believed to be migrants, were discovered in an abandoned lorry found near the Hungarian border on Thursday. The victims included 59 men, eight women and four children who are thought to have been dead for about two days. Officials said the group appeared to be migrants from Syria and probably died after suffocating in the vehicle. Police in Hungary say they have arrested four people - three Bulgarians and one Afghan - linked to the lorry.

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Paris attacks: Hollande blames Islamic State for 'act of war'

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Angela Merkel is finally having her feminist moment (and I'm saying a silent 'hallelujah')

Germany's Chancellor is often reluctant to support women's rights. But, ahead of this weekend's G7 summit, Merkel has announced a new agenda: to improve gender inequality at work. Sophy Ridge explains why it matters

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Paris attacks: Weapons found in 'getaway car'

Rose through a bullet hole in a restaurant near La Belle Equipe on 15 November 2015

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Paris attacks: Weapons found in 'getaway car'

Several Kalashnikovs are reportedly found in a car believed to have been used in the Paris attacks, as the French police investigation picks up pace.

from BBC News

Paris attacks: Hollande blames Islamic State for 'act of war'

The near-simultaneous attacks in Paris that killed nearly 130 people were an "act of war" organised by the Islamic State militant group, French President Francois Hollande says. He said the attacks, carried out by eight gunmen and suicide bombers, were "organised and planned from outside". The targets included bars, restaurants, a concert and a high-profile football match. IS claimed the attacks. Mr Hollande has declared three days of national mourning.