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    Mysterious disappearance of a Saudi dissident in Istanbul

    Jamal Khashoggi, a liberal editorialist close to power, has not given any sign of life since he entered the consulate in Riyadh, Turkey, on 2 October. A journalist in delicacy with the authorities of his country enters one of his consulates abroad and disappears. This could be the starting point for a spy movie, but that’s what happened on Tuesday, October 2 in Istanbul. The famous Saudi editorialist Jamal Khashoggi, who has been living in exile in the United States for a year for fear of being arrested for his writings, entered the end of the morning in the representation of the kingdom on the Bosphorus. He has not given…

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    Unpublished punishment against an anti-Semitic European official

    Stefan G. called a colleague a “dirty Jew” in July in a street in Brussels. The Criminal Court of Brussels has imposed a new sentence and wants to be exemplary with regard to a European official indicted for anti-Semitic acts. In a judgment issued on September 21 and published this week, the court told Stefan G., a Maltese national, that his conviction for incitement to hatred and assault would be suspended for three years, provided he performs a job. volunteer in an association or organization fighting racism, anti-Semitism, discrimination, hatred or violence against persons of Jewish faith. He will also be supervised by a probation commission. It was on the…

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    In Bosnia, almighty but weakened Dodik

      The Bosnian Serb leader, a candidate for Sunday’s central presidency, is challenged after an unsolved murder. Every night for six months, the same scene is repeated in the heart of Banja Luka. Davor Dragicevic asks for “justice” for his son, David, who died last March in mysterious conditions. In the center of the capital of the Bosnian Serbs, this 49-year-old man commits a lèse-majesté crime still unimaginable a few months ago in this territory under the cross since 2010 of an ultranationalist and provocative president, Milorad Dodik. “To all the killers of the SNSD [the party of Mr. Dodik], your time is over,” he proclaimed in front of several…

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    A right-wing anti-Orban candidate for the Presidency of the European Commission

    Former Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb aims to become the EPP leader for the European elections. He does not hesitate to say: “On values, either we are with us or we are elsewhere. If we do not find a solution, the Fidesz [party of the Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban] must leave the European People’s Party. In formalizing his candidacy for leading the European right on Tuesday (October 2nd) in Strasbourg, former Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb immediately positioned himself as an internal opponent of the ultraconservative Hungarian prime minister, whose drifting European People’s Party (EPP) for several months. “Why apply? Because European values ​​are currently being attacked from outside…

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    The Saxony police dismantle a neo-Nazi group that was planning an attack

    Police intervened when investigators learned that militants had procured semi-automatic weapons and planned to take action on October 3. The small group was called Revolution Chemnitz. Its members planned, according to the investigators, “the overthrow of the Federal Republic of Germany”, scheduled for October 3, National Day. They were arrested on Monday 1 October by the Saxony police. The seven suspected extreme right-wing terrorists planned “violent attacks and armed attacks against foreigners and political enemies,” the federal prosecutor’s office said. According to the first elements of the investigation, all the suspects belonged to the neo-Nazi, skinhead and hooligan circles of Chemnitz and its region. One of the arrested men was…