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Weekly News Wrap Up: 1 March 2016

Here is a list of interesting articles we have uncovered in the last week that we wished to share with the community.

The World Vs.Donald Trump
Alex Jones talks with former Donald Trump insider Roger Stone and discuss conspiracy theories especially who really killed President John F. Kennedy.

Submachine Gun Attack on Invader Center
German police have announced that they suspect a machine-gun was used in an armed attack on a nonwhite invader center in Saxony-Anhalt, last Friday evening.

Why rejected asylum seekers are seldom deported
In no other industrialized nation have so many people applied for asylum in the past year than in Germany. Around half of the applications are rejected, but that seldom has consequences for the applicant.

Johnson & Johnson to pay $72m in case linking baby powder to ovarian cancer
Jury in Missouri orders pharmaceutical company to pay damages to family of deceased woman who claimed talcum powder caused her cancer

Larvicide Manufactured By Sumitomo, Not Zika Virus, True Cause Of Brazil's Microcephaly Outbreak: Doctors

Britain First: Luton declared 'target town' for anti-Islam activists: Has police action backfired?
Police action banning the leaders of Britain First from entering Luton could backfire after the political party declared it is now a "target town" for its activists.

Jayda Fransen talks arrests, bail conditions, court appearances, Luton police and what we do next!
Deputy leader Jayda Fransen gives a crucial update from the Britain First studio about the outrageous bail conditions imposed on both Jayda and Paul Golding by Luton police, despite not being charged with any crime.

Gay Rape, Masked Men and Sheep in Restaurants
One Month of Islam and Multiculturalism in Sweden: January 2016

Down Under: Muslims ‘incompatible with Australian values’
“It is time for us to have Senators and Ministers in government who can represent mainstream, conservative Australia......" says candidate Kirralie Smith of the Australian Liberty Alliance (ALA) Party.  Smith is the party’s candidate for the Federal Senate from her home state of New South Wales (NSW).

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