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Vatican police ‘break up gay orgy’ at home of one of Pope Francis’ advisors

From Mirror: Vatican police have broken up a gay orgy at the home of the secretary to one of Pope Francis’s key advisers, it has been claimed. The flat belonged to the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, or Holy Office, which is in charge of tackling sexual abuse amongst the clergy.

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London Bridge Attack: Over 20 People Injured

From Daily Mirror (UK): Update: A 2nd attack may have happened nearby Up to 20 people are feared to be injured after a van reportedly ploughed into pedestrians on London Bridge in a suspect terrorist attack. The vehicle mounted the pavement at the scene in central London this evening, according to shocked witnesses. It comes just two months after a …

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Flight attendants to use augmented reality to read our emotions

Curator’s Note: We’re now on the downhill portion of the slippery slope of privacy loss. From News.Com.Au: FLIGHT attendants may soon be able to read our emotions using augmented reality. Well, that’s what Air New Zealand is hoping for. In a collaboration with Dimension Data, the airline is exploring how the Microsoft HoloLens — augmented reality smart glasses — can …

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Army On Streets Of U.K. After Terror Attack

From DailyMail.co.uk: Theresa May warns a fresh terror attack is feared to be IMMINENT as she raises threat level to critical and orders 5,000 troops onto the streets after attack by British-born Libyan Salman Abedi Troops are to be deployed onto Britain’s streets amid fears a further terror attack ‘may be imminent’ Theresa May announced the move this evening, less …

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British military interested in ‘Iron Man’ flying suit

From Telegraph.Co.Uk: Sarah Knapton, science editor 28 APRIL 2017 • 4:14PM Flying soldiers have been historically confined to science fiction or comic books, but a British inventor may be about to change the course of warfare. Richard Browning, who has been dubbed the ‘Iron Man’ of Wiltshire, has constructed a personal flight suit and amazed delegates at this year’s TED …

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France’s Macron Booed By Factory Workers Chanting ‘Marine President!’

Globalist French President candidate Emmanuel Macron faced animosity from workers at a Whirlpool plant facing closure during a campaign visit after anti-mass migration candidate Marine Le Pen made a surprise visit hours earlier. What started as a planned campaign stop to visit the union bosses of a Whirlpool plant facing closure in Amiens ended in disaster for Mr. Macron after …

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Pope Opens Free Laundromat For Rome’s Poor

From Goodnewsnetwork.org: Pope Francis has just opened an establishment for the homeless population of Rome can do their laundry for free. “Pope Francis’ Laundry” opened its doors to the public on Monday. Six washing machines, dryers, and clothing irons were donated by Michigan-based appliance company Whirlpool, while the detergent and cleaners are being provided by Proctor and Gamble. Located in the …

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Terror Attack On Sweden “Price Of Failed Immigration Policies”

From WND.com: A truck attack on pedestrians in a crowded shopping district of Stockholm, Sweden, shows all the signs of Islamic terrorism, and the Swedish government bears the blame for importing large numbers of potential terrorists, security experts tell WND. At least four people were reported dead Friday, with 15 injured, as a man hijacked a beer truck and plowed …

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BREXIT! PM Signs Official Letter to Brussels Beginning Britain’s Departure from the European Union

From Dailymail.co.uk:  LONDON, March 28 (Reuters) – Prime Minister Theresa May will file formal Brexit divorce papers on Wednesday, pitching the United Kingdom into the unknown and triggering years of uncertain negotiations that will test the endurance of the European Union. Nine months after Britons voted to leave, May will notify EU Council President Donald Tusk in a letter that …

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Belgium Terror: Driver Rams Car Into Crowds

From Dailystar.co.uk: TERRIFIED shoppers ran for their lives when a man tried to mow down crowds of people on a busy street. The shocking incident happened in Antwerp, Belgium, today. Police say they have detained one person at the scene after preventing what could have been a mass casualty attack. The suspect has been described as a man of North …

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