Thousands to join One Day Without Us protests across UK

Thousands to join One Day Without Us protests across UK

Tens of thousands of migrant workers and supporters are staging a national day of Action on 20 February as part of the One Day Without US campaign. The day of action arrived after MPs voted against guaranteeing EU citizens the right to sat in the UK post-Brexit. The events held across the Britain are aiming to highlight the economic, cultural or social contribution of migrants. Feb 20, 2017
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Is Bengaluru's Banaswadi becoming a hub of crime?

An air hostess was recently assaulted in Banaswadi. The local people have also vented out their anger against the foreign nationals who live in the area. But is the problem just about nationality? Feb 20, 2017
Milo Yiannopoulos accused of supporting paedophilia after questioning consent laws

Milo Yiannopoulos accused of supporting paedophilia after questioning consent laws

Senior Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos has denied he supports paedophilia, after questioning the age of consent during an internet live stream. Yiannopoulos was discussing the age of consent and his own relationships, with the Drunk Peasants podcast on 4 January. During the conversation he claimed that while he thinks the age of consent “is probably about right”, he also called the law “arbitrary and oppressive”. Yiannopoulos took to Facebook on 20 February to deny he supports paedophilia, blaming “sloppy phrasing” and “selective editing” for the controversy. Feb 20, 2017
CCTV footage shows Kim Jong-nams assassination at Malaysian airport

CCTV footage shows Kim Jong-nams assassination at Malaysian airport

Newly released CCTV footage showing the moment Kim Jong-nam was assassinated has been released. The estranged brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was killed at Kuala Lumpur International Airport on 13 February. The video, released by Fuji TV, purports to show a female assassin wiping poison on his face. Feb 20, 2017
Canadian MP issues appeal after surge of asylum seekers crossing from United States

Canadian MP issues appeal after surge of asylum seekers crossing from United States

Canadian MP Ted Falk has appealed to Ottawa to take action over people crossing the border in a remote Manitoba farming town to claim asylum in Canada. It was reporter that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) had detained 22 people crossing the Canadian border at Emerson, from either North Dakota or Minnesota on February 18 and 19 alone Feb 20, 2017