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National Front strengthens at local level, optimistic about presidential vote - Le Pen aide
The policies of the National Front led by Marine le Pen have become more understood and less demonized so the party is optimistic about the future French presidential election, National Front international spokesperson Ludovic de Danne told RT.

30.03.2015 13:11

National Front’s result ‘major victory but not as huge as it was anticipated’
Marine le Pen’s National Front did well in the local elections in France but there is a sense of dissatisfaction as they won in no single Department, Pierre Guerlain, a professor of political science at Paris West University, told RT.

30.03.2015 09:09

Thousands march in 12 Australian cities to demand end to country’s ‘cruel asylum-seeker policies’
A crowd of 15,000 people marched through downtown Melbourne to demand the Australian government close the immigrant processing centers in Nauru and Manus Island, following harsh criticism of human rights abuses by PM Tony Abbott’s government.

29.03.2015 13:49

Far-right march in Germany eclipsed by anti-fascists, guarded by police (VIDEO)
The western German city of Dortmund on Saturday saw a far-right march outnumbered by scores of anti-fascists. To prevent violent clashes between the groups, thousands of police officers were deployed from all over the country.

28.03.2015 20:44

Calais officials to evict migrants, bulldoze shanty town
Officials in Calais are preparing to begin bulldozing the migrant settlements which have housed immigrants attempting to enter the UK for over a decade.

26.03.2015 11:21

​‘Deeply scarring’: Labour vows to outlaw indefinite detention of asylum seekers
Labour has pledged to introduce new limits on the amount of time a person can remain trapped in Britain’s asylum and immigration system, a policy shift that would protect migrants’ human rights and ban indefinite detention in the UK.

26.03.2015 09:45

Torture dinner: Slave-caught seafood winds up in US restaurants, food chains
Seafood caught by slaves forced to fish on a tiny island in Indonesia is ending up at major supermarkets, restaurants and even pet stores across the United States, a year-long investigation by AP has revealed.

25.03.2015 08:39

Neo-Nazi activity in Sweden doubles in 3 years, anti-racist group says
Neo-Nazi rallies and PR activities in Sweden, including putting up stickers, have rocketed by 20 percent in the last three years, reaching record heights, despite a decline in the number of far-right organizations, the anti-racist Expo Foundation says.

24.03.2015 17:21

Austerity hits poor, migrant children hardest – parliamentary report
Children from poor families have been disproportionately harmed by Britain’s austerity policies, a parliamentary report has found. Youngsters' reduced access to legal aid will serve to blacken the government’s human rights legacy, it added.

24.03.2015 09:29

Sarkozy on top as France swings right in departmental elections
Marine Le Pen's far-right National Front (FN) has achieved a historic high watermark in local elections, but has failed to outrun Nicolas Sarkozy's center-right UMP, according to a partial count.

22.03.2015 13:00

‘Don’t close door to immigrants’: Pope slams ‘corruption’ addressing crowds in Naples, Italy
Hundreds of people have come to listen to Pope Francis in Naples, Italy. The pontiff slammed the mafia and corruption adding that the country’s problems also included shutting out immigrants and making people redundant.

22.03.2015 08:58

Russians appetite for emigration on the wane – poll
The number of Russians wanting to move abroad has dropped to an all-time low. Only nine percent of the population says they are having thoughts of emigrating. Conversely, the poll showed 81 percent have never thought of uprooting to another country.

20.03.2015 13:15