Fake goods are fine, says EU study. The article with this title appeared on the website of The Daily Telegraph. In the article is quoted Professor David Wall, expert on criminology from Durham University. I have contacted him and he told me the piece requires some explanation.
And this is a strategy of the party about to lose power, said Marc Ambinder, the politics editor of The Atlantic. He has answered my two questions in Question Time with Marc Ambinder.
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I was interviewed by the Slovenian daily Žurnal24. The topic was Slovakia and the bailout of Greece. You can find here the full interview in English. Here is also the link on the version in Slovenian language. It is a bit shorter.
The last U.S. combat brigade left Iraq. The fact that the security situation in the country is still very fragile indicates also the following fact. Journalists have traveled with troops, but were allowed to transfer information only when the convoy crossed the border with Kuwait.
German authorities closed last week a Hamburg mosque where 9/11 plotters met. According to magazine Time a 2009 report from German Domestic intelligence estimated that there are 45 jihadists in the city with links to other violent Islamic extremists in Germany and abroad.
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He is the President of the Euro Group and he wants to criticize the decision of Slovakia’s parliament not to support the bailout for Greece. No problem. Jean-Claude Juncker has every right to criticize it if he thinks it was a bad move. But he should based his criticism on the real facts, not on his version of history.