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  • Italy’s Salvini positions himself as Europe’s populist leader

    Salvini was joined by 10 other nationalist leaders, including include far-right leaders Marine Le Pen of France’s National Rally party and Joerg Meuthen of the Alternative for Germany party during a populist rally in Italy.

    Global News
  • Italy’s Salvini leads Europe’s ethnonationalist surge

    The Italian deputy prime minister is at the vanguard of the continent's ascendant far right ahead of next week's elections for the European Parliament.

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • Why U.S. allies in Europe think Trump’s policies are dangerous

    America’s allies in Europe are standing against the Trump administration over Iran. NBC’s Ali Arouzi joins Ali Velshi to discuss what they’re saying and why the countries think President Trump’s policies are so dangerous.

    MSNBC.com
  • Realme launches in Europe to steal Honor’s and Xiaomi’s lunch money

    The fight for the entry-level segment of the European smartphone market heated up today, as Realme, a sister-company to OPPO and OnePlus, waded into the fray with the launch of its flagship device, the Realme 3 Pro. Specs-wise, the Realme 3 Pro is a standard, middle-of-the-road budget handset. That’s hardly surprising, given that the entry-level model retails at £175 (or €199). So, what do you get for your hard-earned money? Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 platform 4GB/6GB RAM 64GB/128GB ROM...

    Plugged | The Next Web