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SOROS: EU On Verge of Breakdown

By The European Union Times The European Union is heading towards collapse as nationalist-populism ignites the hearts and minds of Westerners, globalist kingpin George Soros has warned. In an interview with the Financial Times – which painted Soros as a freedom-fighting philanthropist, unjustly vilified by right-wing extremists and anti-Semitic authoritarian strongmen – Soros lamented that…

Arabs bomb police station in Sweden, 2 Arrested

By The European Union Times A Swedish police station was bombed Wednesday evening by 2 Muslim Arabs, only the latest of several attacks against such symbols of the Swedish state in recent years. The apparent attack against Sweden’s police in the migrant ghetto neighbourhood of Rosengård in Sweden’s migrant crisis frontier city Malmö took place…

French Prisons 'Don't Have Resources' to Deal With Jihadist Inmates

By The European Union Times Prison guards from penal institutions across France spilled into the streets this week in protests following last week’s stabbing attack against guards at the Vendin-le-Vieil Prison by an ex al-Qaeda inmate. Sputnik spoke to a guard union representative from the Fleury-Merogis Prison to get to the bottom of the protesters’…

WHO: Asia, Africa, Literally Earth's Biggest "Sh*tholes"

By The European Union Times 558 million Central and Southern Asians and 220 million sub-Saharan Africans defecate in the open—and only 36 percent of Asians and 28 percent of Africans have access to “basic” toilets, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The WHO report, formally titled “Progress on Drinking Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Update…

After reaching $20,000 in December, Bitcoin Plunges to $10,000

By The European Union Times The cryptocurrency bitcoin plunged massively this week, dropping to $10,200 on Tuesday and sparking speculation on what could have caused the fall and whether the cryptocurrency is actually of any use. Bitcoin dropped to some $10,200 on the Bitstamp exchange earlier this week, as South Korean officials once again mulled…