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Austria bans Islamic clothing

By Musa Ibrahim Austria enforces controversial ban on Islamic clothing The International Press and Media Group is 100% independent and does not accept any funding from government bodies. We do this in order to maintain totally unbiased news coverage you can trust. As such we need to raise £1’000’000 by…


Nigel Farage facing legal action over Berlin comments

By Heyami Alghatta Nigel Farage has been threatened with legal action for a “political smear” against an advocacy organisation after a controversial Twitter exchange with murdered MP Jo Cox’s husband regarding the recent HGV attack in Berlin It has emerged that the former UKIP leader has been contacted by the…


Counter-Extremism Police investigate the Green Party

By Rochelle Igbindadolor The division tasked with spying on alleged extremists has been ordered to track and monitor the political activities of Caroline Lucas and Sian Berry According to the Guardian, a secretive police unit tasked with spying on alleged extremists intent on committing serious crimes has been monitoring leading members…


Terror attacks in Corsica

By Stefano Guttusu White Supremacist extremists defy police blockades as they attack people, schools and buildings   The French island of Corsica looked as though it had fallen under the power of white supremacist terrorists on Sunday, in violation of the ban on demonstrations imposed in the regional capital of…



Oust the racists

The International’s zero tolerance on racists | Could your company do more?   As previously covered in Letters to the editor; We always welcome readers’ letters here at The International and on a daily basis we receive stacks, mainly via email, from around the world. Photographs, stories, letters of support,…


Theresa May and her fight against diversity

By Paul Watts UK Home Secretary’s new immigration plans slammed as racist and against equality and diversity   During the Conservative party conference in Manchester, which has been the focus of so many anti-government protests of late, May announced new proposed laws so far off the right of the scale…