Two Austrian Classrooms Now Consist Of 100 Per Cent Migrant Children

Two Austrian Classrooms Now Consist Of 100 Per Cent Migrant Children:

Two Austrian classrooms, in Villach and Klagenfurt, consist of children purely from migrant backgrounds and not a single child speaks German as a first language.

The two classrooms are the first in the Austrian school system to have classes where none of the children speaks German as their native language. The 14 students in Klagenfurt speak some German as a second, or even third language, but in Villach four of the 18 students in the class speak no German at all, Kronen Zeitung reports.

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Madagascar plague outbreak: WHO helps countries prepare for further spread after death toll rises to 124 (1,200 infected)

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BLACK DEATH SPREADS: Deadly outbreak of plague in Madagascar is getting MUCH WORSE and is now being transmitted from person-to-person THROUGH AIR

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Madagascar plague outbreak: WHO helps countries prepare for further spread after death toll rises to 124:

World Health Organisation intervenes to stem outbreak that has infected 1,200

An outbreak of pneumonic plague in Madagascar has infected 1,231 people and caused 124 deaths since the start of August.

Nine countries and territories with trade and travel links to Madagascar, including tourist hotspots like Seychelles, Mauritius and the French territory La Réunion, have been advised to review their protocols for quarantining infected visitors.

The World Health Organisation (WHO), which has been helping countries to prepare, told The Independent  this was normal practise and “not directly linked” to the risk of the disease spreading.

Plague is endemic to parts of Madagascar with around 500 cases reported annually. But the current outbreak has reached densely populated cities and regions where it is not usually present, and are less prepared to handle cases.

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Iran Is Preparing Infrastructure For Bitcoin Adoption

Iran Is Preparing Infrastructure For Bitcoin Adoption:

The Iranian Deputy Minister of Information and Communication Technology, Amir Hossein Davaee said that “The ministry of communications and information technology has already conducted a number of research studies as part of efforts to prepare the infrastructure to use Bitcoin inside the country.”

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Leaked recording by alleged German Police trainer: ‘Immigrant recruits are hateful and violent, they are the enemy’

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Leaked recording by alleged German Police trainer: ‘Immigrant recruits are hateful and violent, they are the enemy’:

German news agency WELT N24 on 1 November reported on an anonymous audio recording, causing an uproar within the Berlin police force. According to the recording, by a man claiming to be a teacher at the Police Academy, the classes are filled with hate and violence. This is said to be emanating from the immigrants in class. The recording has been obtained by WELT, but the agency says it cannot guarantee its authenticity. Audio recording by an allegedly German Police trainer: ‘Immigrant recruits are hateful and violent, they are the enemy’.

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Body of tragic Iraq weapons inspector Dr. David Kelly mysteriously EXHUMED 14 years after ‘sexed up’ dossier controversy

Body of tragic Iraq weapons inspector Dr David Kelly mysteriously EXHUMED 14 years after ‘sexed up’ dossier controversy:

Harassment in the Brussels EU bubble

Harassment in the Brussels EU bubble:

Allegations include EU work contracts offered in exchange for sex and young women being sent to bars and dinners to trade sexual favors for legislative ones.

If Harvey Weinstein was Hollywood’s worst-kept secret, widespread harassment (and sometimes worse) is Brussels’ worst-kept secret.

Regular readers of Brussels Playbook and EU Confidential podcast listeners will know of our efforts to shine a spotlight on inappropriate and illegal behavior.

These are often terrifying experiences for the victims, and are complicated issues to report for reasons of privacy and natural justice.

So far 127 women and 11 men have told Playbook their stories and we will continue to actively report this issue, publishing articles as appropriate. You can tell your story confidentially here. Here is the story of one woman who says she was raped by her colleague at the European Parliament.

Allegations made to Playbook include EU work contracts offered in exchange for sex, young women being sent to bars and dinners to trade sexual favors for legislative ones, a staffer asked to book prostitutes for their MEP boss, women bailed up in toilets at work functions, and men bullied, then sent on paid leave.

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The Swamp Wins: Trump Expected To Nominate Powell To Replace Yellen

Every nominee would have caused the swamp to win.

And Trump will only ‘pick’, not select, the Fed chair to this privately run corporation.

The Federal Reserve is no more federal than Federal Express.

That said, Trump, like Hillary Rotten Clinton, has always been the swamp.

The Swamp Wins: Trump Expected To Nominate Powell To Replace Yellen

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Over-the-counter and prescription acid reflux pills taken by millions ‘raise the risk of stomach cancer by up to eight-fold’ if they are used regularly

Acid reflux pills often times contain aluminum, which will cause dementia later on.

Over-the-counter and prescription acid reflux pills taken by millions ‘raise the risk of stomach cancer by up to eight-fold’ if they are used regularly:

Indigestion pills taken by millions of Britons significantly increase the risk of stomach cancer, a major study has found.

Scientists say people who regularly use proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) – common drugs used to treat acid reflux – are twice as likely to develop the cancer.

And if people took the drugs long-term, the risk soared, rising five-fold after a year to more than eight-fold after three years of regularly taking the pills.

The scientists, from University College London and the University of Hong Kong, suspect the pills stimulate a hormone called gastrin, which triggers the growth of cancerous cells.

More than five million bottles and packets of PPIs – which include omeprazole and lansoprazole – are prescribed each year in England to treat gastroesophageal reflux, a severe form of heartburn. Many more Britons buy them over the counter at pharmacies without a prescription, or in corner shops and supermarkets.

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