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Budget 2016: How well does the Australian Treasurer understand our global economic context?

[youtube:grvJuTZ4mCw] We face 'extraordinary' times, 'very sensitive' times, international headwinds and fragility. But the overarching message we are meant to take away from this year's Budget with is a positive one. In his 2016-17Show More Summary

Hungary to hold EU migrant quota referendum by October

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary will hold a referendum in September or early October on whether to accept any future European Union quota system for resettling migrants, the prime minister's office said on Tuesday.

Hollande against signing U.S.-EU trade deal at current stage

PARIS (Reuters) - French President Francois Hollande said on Tuesday that he was opposed at this stage to concluding the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the European Union and the United States...

Merkel says won't change tack to counter anti-immigration party

BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel insisted on Tuesday her conservatives would not change strategy to counter the fast-rising Alternative for Germany (AfD) after a newspaper reported she wanted to shift course to lure back voters from the anti-immigration party.

Islamic State kills U.S. serviceman in Iraq

STUTTGART, Germany (Reuters) - Islamic State fighters killed a U.S. serviceman in northern Iraq on Tuesday when they overran Kurdish defenses in the biggest attack in the area in recent months, officials said.

More than 100 migrants die in Libya to Italy weekend shipwrecks

GENEVA (Reuters) - An estimated 113 people died in four shipwrecks between Libya and Italy at the weekend as the crossing becomes the preferred sea route for migrants to Europe, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said on Tuesday.

Rebel rockets hit Aleppo hospital, causing casualties: monitor

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Rockets fired by insurgents hit a hospital in a government-held part of Aleppo city on Tuesday, causing dozens of casualties, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Tuesday.

U.S. Service Member Is Killed In Fight Against ISIS In Iraq

1 hour agoNews : The Two-Way

Sent to northern Iraq on an "advise and assist" mission, the service member died after ISIS fighters broke through Kurdish defensive lines, a Defense Department official says.

Solar Airplane Lands In Phoenix After Flight From Silicon Valley

1 hour agoNews : The Two-Way

The 745-mile trip took nearly 16 hours — less time than expected, largely due to powerful tailwinds.

Who will pay the 3 billion Euros annually for the Turkish war against Syria ?

While we have been stating for several weeks that the 3 billion Euros annually promised by the European Union to Turkey are not destined to help the migrants, but to finance the war against Syria, European deputy for Holland Sophie in...Show More Summary

Lebanese banks partially blocked by a US law

During an interview with LBCI on the 28th April 2016, Riad Salamé, governor of the Central Bank of Lebanon, indicated the modalities for the application of the US Hezbollah International Financing Prevention Act. «A new circular will...Show More Summary

Cyprus invited to join NATO

Washington is pushing for a solution to the crisis in Cyprus which includes the membership of the reunified island in the Atlantic Alliance. This was the message of ambassador Victoria Nuland, on the 19th April in Nicosia. In 1974, when...Show More Summary

WATCH: Larry Wilmore rips into Piers Morgan for criticizing his use of “ngga” at the White House Correspondents Dinner

The Comedy Central host had to take the disgraced former CNN personality to school — and did, repeatedly

The Israëli-Saudi-Egyptian agreement on the islands of Tiran and Sanafir

Since the 11th April 2016, date at which the islands of Tiran and Sanafir were given by Egypt to Saudi Arabia, the two governments have been multiplying their declarations affirming that they had always been Saudi, in an attempt to soothe the anger of Egyptian nationalists. Show More Summary

David Brooks: Poor people don’t understand “the anatomy of decision-making” like I do

"We should have explicit decision-making curriculums in all schools," especially those that service the poor

Huffington Post reporter turns the tables on Fox News’ Jesse Watters and ambushes him — fisticuffs ensue

Bill O'Reilly blamed the incident on the violence inherent on the left, even though his reporter swung first

Bill O’Reilly shocker: “The anti-illegal alien stuff is B.S.,” he charges, unloading on Donald Trump

O'Reilly visits the Colbert show -- and agrees with Colbert about how misguided Trump's immigration policy is

A Daesh camp in Puntland

A video published by Daesh has announced the installation of a training camp in Puntland, named «Commandant Cheikh Abou Nouman», after the name of an ex-officer of the organisation Shabaab, who assassinated him after his defection to Daesh. Show More Summary

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