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Hungarian Gov’t Steps Up Fight Against George Soros

After a two-year battle to keep migrants out of the country, Hungary has directed its full attention toward one of its own: billionaire investor George Soros.

Locals Furious At Plan To Dump Radioactive Water From Fukushima Into Pacific Ocean

In the latest sign that the area surrounding the destroyed Fukushima power plant is far from ready for the return of human inhabitants, locals and fishing groups are criticizing a plan to release water containing radioactive tritium from the ruined Fukushima power plant into the ocean, according to the Telegraph. 

Report: Public Donations in UK Funding Radical Islam

Huge sums are being funneled through masked charities with the intent of exporting extremist ideology.

Vatican Press Lashes Out At Catholic Trump Voters, Calls Steve Bannon “A Supporter Of Apocalyptic Geopolitics”

Not entirely surprising to many who see Pope Francis as deeply involved in a New World Order, but this does make explicit his perspective.

NATO Vows Support For Ukraine Against Russia’s “Aggressive Actions”

Ukraine sees NATO accession as a way to bolster its defenses against former master Moscow. In June, Ukraine's parliament voted to back attempts by the nation to seek membership of the 29-member bloc. It approved legal amendments enshrining membership in NATO as a foreign policy priority. 

Putin: Trump different in real life than on TV, we can restore relations with US

Putin reiterated that there is no reason to believe that Russia meddled in the US electoral process in 2016.

Donald Trump Meets Vladimir Putin: Here Is The “Historic” Handshake

While the first official bilateral meeting between president Donald Trump and Russian president Vladimir Putin is still some three hours away, moments ago the two presidents finally met unofficially as the Group of 20 leaders met in Hamburg, at which point Trump and Putin shook hands.

US Warns That Qatar Crisis Could Drag on for Months

State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said that the concerns of the US weren’t just about how long it would last, but that there is also a possibility forfurther escalation by the Saudi-backed nations that are blockading Qatar.

Moscow welcomes US readiness to cooperate on Syria, but awaits ‘no-fly zones’ clarification – Lavrov

Moscow has noted Washington’s apparent move in the right direction on Syria, but has requested the US to provide details on the proposed creation of no-fly zones as voiced by US Secretary of State in the lead up to the Russian-US leaders meeting in Hamburg.