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Europol's investigation is still ongoing, and arrests could follow.

EU, US police cripple Islamic State media mouthpieces.

Lieutenant-Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, deputy commander of the Aude division of France's Gendarmerie Départementale.

There will be more Arnaud Beltrames and “Mireille K”s, because there will be more Redouane Lakdims, because more and more arrive each day, because President Macron and M Collomb and their counterparts throughout Europe have decreed it must be so and can never change.

Former President Barack Obama address the participants at a summit on climate change involving mayors from around the globe in Chicago, Dec. 5, 2017. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

The barbarian horde everywhere is not always right, but the elites in Europe, as in the United States, are learning that the horde will be accommodated, the hard way or the easy way.

Terrorism has created political unrest in Germany.

They are now admitting what is visible to the eyes of ordinary Europeans may be an admission that things have got so bad — and are so well known — that even Chancellor Merkel and the New York Times are no longer able to ignore them.

A Kurdish youth group in Germany is vowing to bring destruction to Europe following several attacks on Turkish targets.

Kurdish youth in Germany call for violent protest in Europe.

The 46-year-old appears to have a vast collection of novelty socks - including a whole array in a Star Wars theme.

Putting his best foot forward: Justin Trudeau dons Darth Vader socks during trip to meet Star Wars fan Indian Prime Minister Modi after he was snubbed by the leader.

Smoke rising from explosions during the first few minutes of a massive air attack on March 21, 2003 signalled the overthrow of Saddam Hussein and the fall of Baghdad [GALLO/GETTY]

“Can’t Kill Enough to Win? Think Again”: The Author’s Respond

The "deal" isn't legally binding because it was negotiated by the P5+1, an informal group with no legal existence, no mission statement and answerable to no one.

The decision by US President Donald Trump to prolong the lifting of some sanctions against Iran for a further 120 days has reopened the 4-year old “what to do about Iran” debate.

On February 1 ("world hijab day"), UK Prime Minister Theresa May said that women should feel free to wear the hijab, a traditional Islamic headscarf, stating: "What a woman wears is a woman's choice." Pictured above: Theresa May (then Home Secretary) wears a headscarf while attending an interfaith event at Al Madina Mosque in East London, in February 2015. (Image source: Imams Online video screenshot)

Azad Ali, an Islamist who has said that he supports killing British soldiers, was named a director of Muslim Engagement and Development (Mend), a controversial Muslim pressure group which advises the British government. Ali said that the jihadist attack at Westminster on March 22, 2017 was not an act of terrorism.

Security measures at the Christmas market in Strasbourg, France on Dec. 1.

France mobilizes 97,000 police, soldiers as security with fears of holiday terrorist attacks high.

USAID is well known for gushing out cash with no follow up or oversight to assure the money is spent appropriately and the Yemen allocations are probably no exception.

The U.S. government keeps sending an Islamic nation that serves as an Al Qaeda breeding ground hundreds of millions of dollars in humanitarian aid. The cash—$768 million since October 2016—flows through the famously corrupt U.S. Agency of International Development (USAID), which has a monstrous budget and little oversight. See Also: (1) An Insult the US […]

An apparent vehicle ramming attack has taken place in Melbourne, Australia.

  At least 14 people have been taken to hospital after a car drove into a crowd at the intersection of Flinders Street and Elizabeth Street, in what police are describing as “a deliberate act”. Update: (1) ‘AN ACT OF EVIL’: Driver ‘deliberately’ mows down Melbourne Christmas shoppers, injuring at least 19

Djermane not guilty, Jamali convicted on explosives charge. Link: http://bit.ly/2CLHkMd

Russian President Vladimir Putin thanked President Trump for intel that thwarted terror attack. Link: http://bit.ly/2kmtr0b

Mohamed Ibrahim Ahmed, a 43-year-old Eritrean man sentenced to federal prison in 2013 for traveling to Somalia and fighting for Al-Shabaab, was rearrested earlier this week. At the time, he was being released from prison on charges of supporting ISIS. Link: http://bit.ly/2BknQin