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Dutch race hate row engulfs presenter Sylvana Simons

A former presenter on talent show Dancing with the Stars, she recently joined the political party "Denk" (Think) and is running in the next election. Ms Simons has been outspoken on racism, and has raised hackles by calling for the "decolonisation" of education and language use in the Netherlands. But it was her criticism of the traditional festive character known as Black Pete that unleashed a backlash of death-threats and misogynistic, racist abuse, which quickly escalated from unpleasant…

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Trump's conflicts of interest take White House into uncharted territory

When President-elect Donald Trump enters the White House next year he will bring with him potential conflicts of interest across all areas of government that are unprecedented in American history. Trumps family using influence of Presidency to enrich themselves will make Romania's Ceauseascu's seem restrained! #dumptrump


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With the election of Donald Trump as the next president, financial analysts on Wednesday think his presidency will mean more spending on defense, including military aircraft. But they are less certain on what it will mean for the commercial aircraft and business jet sectors.

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