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A Month Of Multiculturalism In Germany: Child Marriage, No-Go Zones, & Gang Rapes

"There is no doubt that the growing number of Muslims in our country today is testing the tolerance of mainstream society." The 2016 Munich Oktoberfest recorded its lowest turnout since 2001. Visitors reportedly stayed away due to concerns about terrorism and migrant-related sexual assaults. The Federal Statistics Office reported that the birthrate in Germany reached the highest level in 33 years in 2015, boosted mainly by babies born to migrant women.

Meet The Real "Fake News"

Question: "Do you have any people being paid by the CIA who are contributing to a major circulation — American journal?"
Answer: "We do have people who submit pieces to American journals."

Australia Cuts Clinton Foundation Donations To $0

After contributing $88mm to the Clinton Foundation over the past 10 years, making them one of the Foundation's largest contributors, Australia has decided to pull all future donations.  But why would they stop funding now that Hillary has so much more free time to focus on her charity work?

Europe: Let's Self-Destruct!

A reasonable question that many Europeans might ask would be whether it is not perhaps time to review priorities?

Brazil's New President Temer Threatened With Impeachment After New Corruption Scandal Emerges

Brazil’s new president Michel Temer was dragged into yet another influence-trafficking scandal after his former minister of culture reportedly told police the president pressured him into authorizing a construction project benefiting another cabinet member; according to the local press, there is a recording of the conversation which according to Temer was largely innocuous.

Is Nigel Farage Moving To The US

The Times reported that Nigel Farage - who earlier this week was suggested by Donald Trump as the next UK ambassador to the US - and his wife, Kirsten, are planning to leave the U.K. Is a move to the U.S. for the UKIP leader in the cards? Insiders told the Times that Farage has had a long-held interest in the U.S. and would feel "freer" living abroad.

In Last Minute Twist OPEC Demands Big Production Cuts From Non-OPEC Members; Russia Balks

Under pressure from OPEC to make significant output cuts, Russia balked saying it was ready to freeze oil production at current levels, which it aruged is the equivalent of a cut: "According to our plans, (Russia's) oil output is going up next year. If we keep production at the current level we are making our contribution, for us that essentially means a cut of 200,000-300,000 barrels per day (in 2017)" energy minister Novak said.

Russia Is Reviving Soviet Era ICBM-Carrying "Nuclear Trains"

Russia has conducted successful intercontinental ballistic missile tests intended for its Barguzin "nuclear-train" program. The tests for Russia's "railway-based combat rocket system" took place on Plesetsk cosmodrone two weeks ago, Interfax reports and were "fully successful" according to a military source.

Major Foreign Policy Shift: Turkey Abandoning EU For SCO

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on November 20 that Turkey did not need to join the European Union "at all costs." Instead, it could become part of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), or Shanghai Pact.

Conservatives "Betrayed" By Trump Decision To Kill Clinton Probe

Conservatives expressed feelings of betrayal on Tuesday after Trump said he would decline to pursue a criminal case against Hillary Clinton: "If Mr. Trump’s appointees continue the Obama administration’s politicized spiking of a criminal investigation of Hillary Clinton, it would be a betrayal of his promise to the American people to ‘drain the swamp’ of out-of-control corruption in Washington, DC.