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New York Times
Populist Wave Likely to Lift Iceland's Pirate Party
New York Times
Birgitta Jonsdottir, the leader of Iceland's Pirate Party, cast her ballot in the general election on Saturday. Her party is poised to make big gains, reflecting the country's discontent with the political establishment. By REUTERS on Publish Date ...

CNN
Thousands of displaced people flood Mosul as ISIS loses ground
CNN
(CNN) Thousands of civilians -- many of them women, children and the elderly -- have streamed into central Mosul as ISIS militants retreat from surrounding towns, witnesses told CNN Saturday. The civilians from southern villages appear to have been ...

Huffington Post
Mariano Rajoy Wins Confidence Vote To Be Spanish Prime Minister
Huffington Post
MADRID, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Spain ended 10 months of political gridlock on Saturday when lawmakers agreed to grant conservative leader Mariano Rajoy a second term as prime minister. After two inconclusive elections and fruitless attempts at ...

Washington Post
Calais migrants face opposition at new, small-town destinations
Washington Post
SAINT-BAUZILLE-DE-PUTOIS, France — This town was never going to surrender without a fight. Required by the French government to welcome 87 migrants evicted from the sprawling Calais “Jungle” this week, this rustic hilltop community of ancient stone ...

BBC News
Australia asylum: Arrivals by boat face lifetime visa ban
BBC News
Australia has unveiled tough new plans to bar any asylum seekers who try to reach the country by boat from ever being able to enter the country. The lifetime ban on visas would apply even to those travelling as tourists, for business, or who married an ...

International Business Times
War In Europe: Lithuania Prepares For Russian Invasion As NATO Sends Troops To Eastern European States
International Business Times
More than two years after Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine, Lithuania is warning its citizens of a possible similar fate in the former Soviet Union republic. Lithuanian government officials have published tens of thousands of copies of a 75-page ...

Reuters
EU, Canada to sign free trade deal after weeks of uncertainty
Reuters
Belgium's Foreign Minister Didier Reynders (C) and EU trade commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom (2nd L) look at the annexes of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), a planned EU-Canada free trade agreement, at the Lambermont ...

Greater Kashmir
'Tall leaders think if schools will open, children may lose interest in stone-pelting'
Greater Kashmir
In a veiled but obvious attack on Kashmir's resistance leadership, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti on Friday said “some people” in the Valley “don't want children to get education and are using them as cannon fodder to violence.” Without naming any ...

CNN
South Korea: Protestors demand President Park resignation
CNN
Seoul (CNN) Thousands of South Koreans rallied in Seoul Saturday, demanding the resignation of President Park Geun-hye. Police estimated that around 12,000 demonstrators attended the night-time protest, according to the country's semi-official Yonhap ...

CNN
Yemen: Airstrikes leave dozens dead
CNN
Sanaa, Yemen (CNN) A pair of airstrikes targeting a Yemeni prison killed dozens of inmates off the nation's west coast Saturday, the nation's Houthi-controlled Defense Ministry said. The airstrikes, which targeted the port city of Hodieda, killed at ...

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