As 2016 dawns, Europe braces for more waves of migrants O has us prepared to be in a trade deal with them, TTP, so we can have a bunch of communist vietnamese workers here in our country. He is so detrimental to our country; he has to be the WORST president EVER -un-American to the max! I agree artist. 12/31/2015 - 11:00 am | View Link
Divided Europe faces mounting migrant crisis Brussels (AFP) - Faced with its worst migrant crisis since World War II, Europe has many sensible options to deal with people fleeing conflict in Syria and elsewhere -- but can't agree on any of ... on its Serbian border. Officials and experts say EU ... 08/26/2015 - 12:48 am | View Link
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Turkish power struggle threatens EU migrant deal Ahmet Davutoglu, who personally negotiated the deal with Ms Merkel, quit on Thursday following a power struggle with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. 10/21/2016 - 8:16 am | View Website
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Having punished more than a million Communist Party members for corruption, Chinese President Xi Jinping will use a key meeting that started Monday to drive home the message that his signature anti-graft campaign is far from over and that his authority remains undiminished.
The U. S.-led military coalition says it has "definitively determined" that it did not conduct an alleged airstrike in the Iraqi town of Daquq that killed civilians last week during the battles for Mosul.
Human Rights Watch has also called for an investigation into the attack, which happened on Friday and which the New York-based group says targeted the women's section of a Shiite mosque in Daquq, killing more than a dozen people.
Iraqi special forces have begun shelling Islamic State positions near Mosul in the latest phase of a massive operation to retake the militant-held city.
The campaign to retake Mosul comes after months of planning and involves more than 25,000 Iraqi troops, Kurdish forces, Sunni tribal fighters and state-sanctioned Shiite militias.
The Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals stumbled to a 6-6 tie Sunday night in the desert, the fourth deadlock since the NFL instituted new overtime rules prior to the 2012-13 season.
Second-string quarterback Matt Flynn helped the Packers rally from a 23-7 deficit in the fourth quarter, and Mason Crosby put the them ahead 26-23 with a 20-yard field goal 4 1/2 minutes into OT.
The visiting Vikings rallied for a 12-play drive that ended with Blair Walsh's 35-yard field goal with 3:54 left.
Cincinnati's Andy Dalton only missed on one pass in overtime — a sack-saving throwaway — and Cam Newton engineered a 12-play scoring drive in OT for visiting Carolina, but this one still ended in a tie.
Tipping off an NBA season isn't new to Frank Vogel, yet this year is a different for the veteran coach.
The always optimistic Vogel is preparing to begin a new era with the Orlando Magic after being unceremoniously dismissed by the Indiana Pacers.
The Pacers let Vogel go after five seasons, making the New Jersey native one of the most sought after coaches this offseason — and Vogel wasn't unemployed very long.
A one-time video coordinator for the Boston Celtics, Vogel rose through ranks as an assistant coach where building a connection with players is must.
Paul George, a rookie first-round pick coming off the bench during Vogel's interim season, was one of the players Vogel connected with best.
Bird, the Pacers president of basketball operations, didn't renew Vogel's contract though the coach had a winning record in four of his five full seasons.
Vogel had a 250-181 regular-season record and guided the Pacers to back-to-back Eastern Conference finals still has accepted the move, even if he still doesn't completely understand it.
Vogel has brought the same approach to Orlando where he and Hennigan have reconfigured the Magic into the mold of his Pacers teams.
The two men added power forward Serge Ibaka and free agent center Bismack Biyombo in the summer to bolster the interior defense.