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Nicki Minaj Stabbed to Death her Ex-Boyfriend

By The European Union Times Another twist in the Minaj-Safaree post-romance back-and-forth occurred after the female icon defended her rap-writing skills when speaking to an American radio station. And this time the pair went to war on Twitter. Safaree Samuels, fellow rapper and ex-partner of award-winning American-Trinidadian star Nicki Minaj, claimed she had once cut…

Sweden Demands More Migrants to Increase “Skills Supply”

By The European Union Times Swedish officials are demanding even more migrants because recent immigrants lack “proper qualifications” for the Swedish labor market. “Despite enormous high immigration to Sweden, the country lacks the right skills,” reported Fria Tider. “Now the government wants to solve it – with even more immigration.” The government believes an increase…

Twitter is now banning Infowars and Alex Jones

By The European Union Times Alex Jones, the founder of conspiracy theory website InfoWars, confirmed on Wednesday that his Twitter account had temporarily been put in a read-only mode by the social network over Jones’ alleged violation of its policy on abuse. “Twitter just shut down my @realalexjones account!” Jones wrote on the website’s Twitter…

Slovenian Resort Transformed into Halal-Compliant Migrant Camp

By The European Union Times The Slovenian government is converting a seaside resort into a migrant resettlement village that will serve Halal-compliant organic meals, according to local reports. “Migrants will enjoy the Debeli Rtič resort,” reports Nova24. “At the seaside and in idyllic houses, they will eat organic food worth 1.4 million euros at your…

Ageing process Reversed in human cells for first time

By The European Union Times Scientists have successfully reversed the process of ageing in cells for the first time in a move which could help beat the likes of Alzheimer’s and dementia. Many people hope to reverse the process of ageing in a bid to remain healthier and live longer or ultimately to live forever.…

Turkey to Boycott all US electronics, especially Apple products

By The European Union Times Relations between Ankara and Washington have deteriorated due to the case of US pastor Andrew Brunson, detained in Turkey, as well as tariff issues and the contradictions over the purchase of Russian-made weapons systems by the Turkish military. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on Tuesday that his country will…

California arsonist found and arrested

By The European Union Times A MAN accused of starting fires that forced the evacuation of 20,000 residents in southern California sent a text to a volunteer fire chief warning: “The place is going to burn”, its has emerged. Forrest Gordon Clark, 51, has been charged with felony arson for allegedly starting the Holy Fire…

Fugitive Iraqi Murder Suspect Arrested on Hungarian Border

By The European Union Times An Iraqi murder suspect was arrested on Hungary’s southern border, police stated on Monday. The fugitive, a 22-year-old, was caught while trying to climb a border fence on Friday night, and when officers ran his identification they found an international warrant for his arrest issued by France. Interestingly, the suspect…

Italy: Support for Salvini Rockets as African Invasion Drops over 95% and Trickling to Complete Halt

By The European Union Times Italy’s Lega leader Matteo Salvini is now that country’s most popular politician as news emerged that his anti-invasion policies have brought the African invasion down by more than 95 percent—and seems set to halt completely within a short while. News of Salvini’s boost in popularity—to over 30 percent of the…