Europe’s Unemployment Rises for 5th Month, Narrows Gap with U.S.

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The continued rise in unemployment across the continent is feeding concerns that extensive government support programs won't be able keep many businesses hit by coronavirus restrictions afloat forever. It may also have salience in the U.S. presidential election. Democrat nominee Joe Biden has repeatedly claimed that the U.S. economy has suffered due to what Democrats say was mismanagement of the...

FNC’s Carlson: Trump Won’t Win Calling Biden ‘Senile,’ Nor Will Biden Win Calling Trump ‘Racist’

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Wednesday on Fox News Channel's "Tucker Carlson Tonight," host Tucker Carlson broke down the presidential debate held a night earlier in Cleveland between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.According to Carlson, the debate offered the public a better indication of what it will take for a candidate to win. However, he also said it foreshadowed what...

U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Fall to 837,000, A Bit Below Expectations

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Claims have come in between 800,000 and 900,000 for the five consecutive weeks, a sign that progress in the labor market has stalled somewhat amid closed schools, delayed reopenings, and the reimposition of restrictions in some parts of the economy. The latest figure shows that there has been at least a bit of progress in September. Economists had expected between...

Chrissy Teigen Loses Baby After Pregnancy Complications: ‘We Will Always Love You’

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Teigen was hospitalized earlier this week amid complications with her pregnancy, which was announced last month. However, she had assured her followers that both she and the baby boy were healthy despite suffering excessive bleeding. "We are shocked and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about, the kind of pain we've never felt before," she wrote in...

Vatican Chief Denounces Intolerance of the ‘Politically Correct’

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"Attacks on religious freedom are often driven by fear and ideology," stated Cardinal Pietro Parolin at a Rome conference on religious liberty organized by the U.S. Embassy to the Holy See and attended by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. One example of this would be "totalitarian regimes that use power to impose draconian restrictions, as witnessed, for example, in...

UK’s Softens Negotiating Stance, Offers EU Three-Year Fishing ‘Transition Period’: Report

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Britain's negotiators are said to have offered European fleets a "phase down" from 2021 to 2024, rather than the UK taking back full control of fishing waters at the end of the transition period on December 31st, 2020. The offer, seen by The Guardian and reported on Wednesday, has been brought to the negotiating table in recent days as part...

Italian Authorities Open Fire After Being Rammed by Suspected Smuggler Boat

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The dramatic incident, which took place off the coast of Lampedusa, began after 40 Tunisians landed on the Italian island the day before. Their presence had attracted the attention of the Italian coastguard, which set to sea to investigate and found three boats pretending to fish in Italian waters. The coast guard then called for backup from the Guardia di...

Delingpole: Schools Charity – ’25 Percent of Exam Literature Texts Should Be By Black Authors’

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Teach First -- a charity initially founded with the laudable aim of encouraging university graduates to spend time as teachers before they move on to more lucrative professions -- appears to have swallowed whole the divisive, race-baiting narrative of Black Lives Matter. The introduction to the report -- Missing Pages: Increasing Racial Diversity in the Literature We Teach -- cites...

Turkish Government Accused of Hiding True Extent of Coronavirus Outbreak

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Minister Fahrettin Koca acknowledged during a news conference late Wednesday that since July 29, Turkey has been reporting the number of patients being cared for in hospitals or at their homes. The count did not include asymptomatic positive cases, he said, ignoring a question about the number of new positive coronavirus cases per day, a key indicator of where...

UN Insists Record Boat Migrant Numbers ‘Not a Threat’ to Britain

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Speaking to the Commons Home Affairs Committee on Wednesday, representatives from the international body argued that Britain should open new channels that would allow many more low and no-skilled third world migrants to enter the country legally in order to deter individuals from paying people traffickers. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees' (UNHCR) representative in the UK, Rossella Pagliuchi-Lor,...