Sunday, July 30, 2017

A Sasquatch's Sunday Dozen

Twelve things going on out there:

From Breitbart London, the E.U. takes action against Poland.

Yahoo News asks, "Who is John Kelly?"  They cite The Independent as their source.

From The New Yorker, why bad bankers don't go to jail.

From the New York Post, Pope Francis calls for a "greater commitment" against human trafficking.  (He could help by supporting, instead of opposing, a border wall between the United States and Mexico.)

From the Daily Mail, an Iraqi man opens fire in a nightclub in Konstanz, Germany.

From Hurriyet Daily News, an attacker opens fire at a beach resort in Bodrum, Turkey.

From The Straits Times, the Malaysian government bans another book.

From Dawn, 69 people have been killed by Boko Haram in an attack on an oil exploration team.

From the Sunday Express, people are rescued from a cable car hanging over the Rhine.

From Sputnik International, the "biological extinction" of Europeans.

From RFI, near Dunkirk, France, 26 migrants are discovered in the back of a refrigerated truck.

And from Reuters, Saudi Arabia refuses to internationalize their holy sites.

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