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BRUTAL CENSORSHIP: MartinezPerspective Blocked By Most EU Countries & Russia

Bitchute has caved to the pressure and blocked my channel from view in most EU countries as well as Russia. I’ve been hearing from patriots from across Europe and Russia that the channel is blocked with this message. Bitchute is forced to comply with homosexual jewish “hate speech” laws by blocking the content from view. […]

Five European countries condemn Israeli plans for new homes in West Bank settlements

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Israel among few countries preventing foreign bribery, watchdog says

BERLIN, Germany — An anti-corruption watchdog on Tuesday ranked Israel as one of the top four countries in the world in enforcing rules meant to prohibit companies from paying bribes in foreign markets, and said most other countries are doing next to nothing. Berlin-based Transparency International said only four of 47 countries — the United […]

Over 1 Million Put On Lockdown AGAIN In Spain! Other Countries Mull New Restrictions!

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General Wesley Clark: “We’re going to take-out 7 countries in 5 years.” (Video)

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New pact to force EU countries to take more migrants from frontline nations

The European Union is planning to unveil a new migration pact that will require member states to take more migrants from frontline countries such as Italy and Greece and bring an end to overcrowded camps like the one at Moria on the island of Lesbos. EU Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson says she’s already bracing […]

Coronavirus second wave: Which countries in Europe are experiencing a fresh spike in COVID-19 cases?

Countries across Europe are seeing a resurgence in COVID-19 cases after successfully slowing outbreaks early in the year. Some countries — such as Albania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Montenegro, North Macedonia — are seeing higher case numbers in August than they did earlier in the year. Belgium, Italy and the UK — among Europe’s worst-hit countries […]

Why whistleblowers betray their countries, according to an Israeli expert

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WHO warns countries not to cut virus quarantine below 14 days

The World Health Organization’s European director has warned countries against reducing the quarantine period for people potentially exposed to the coronavirus, even as he acknowledged that COVID-19 fatigue is setting in and people are increasingly resistant to the strict public health measures needed to control the pandemic. In a press briefing on Thursday, Dr. Hans […]

Jared Kushner says in UAE that he’s ‘100%’ sure all Arab countries will normalize ties with Israel

Jared Kushner says in UAE that he’s ‘100%’ sure all Arab countries will normalize ties with Israel – Jewish Telegraphic Agency Skip to content Advertisement Advertisement Hits: 16

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

Eurozone unemployment rose to 7.9% in July despite COVID measures easing in many countries

July was marked by some relaxation of COVID-19 measures in many EU Member States, but despite this, the seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate in the eurozone went up to 7.9% from 7.7% in June. While these figures indicate a worsening situation, they remain below those seen during the European sovereign debt crisis, when unemployment reached a record […]

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