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Hungary on WARPATH: Bulgarian PM meets Orban in bids to defuse EU tensions

Mr Orban’s nationalist, right-wing, anti-Islamic rhetoric has become a thorn in the side of the bloc in recent years with tensions continuing to rise since Bulgaria’s presidency of the bloc began last month. Mr Borisov will try to diffuse tensions but his job was made a whole lot harder yesterday when Mr Orban delivered a fiery speech which raged against Brussels and warned of “dark clouds gathering” as he claimed his country was the last bastion in the fight against the “Islamisation” of Europe. The Hungarian leader is on course…

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Israel’s ‘myth of invincibility … has crumbled,’ Iranian foreign minister says

MUNICH, Germany — Iran’s foreign minister told NBC News that the recent shooting down of an Israeli fighter jet had destroyed the “myth of invincibility” that surrounded Israel’s military for decades. After “30 years the Syrians were able to down one of its planes,” Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told NBC News in an exclusive interview on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference on Sunday. “And so the myth of invincibility of Israel, of the Israeli military, has crumbled.” Syria “was able to use its own means to bring…

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Man Utd news: Nemanja Matic makes big Paul Pogba statement

The Frenchman has fallen out of favour at Man Utd in recent weeks and completely missed the win against Huddersfield in the FA Cup. Youngster Scott McTominay stepped in for Pogba, who was said to be ill, and partnered Matic in the middle of the park. Matic is hopeful his regular colleague will be back in time for the Champions League tie at Sevilla on Wednesday (7.45pm). The Serbian also backed Pogba find his top form soon as he is dubbed an “important” player for the Red Devils. “He is…

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Donald Trump SECRETLY PLOTTING new trade plan following fears of China economic DOMINATION

China is spending billions of dollars to revive its famous Silk Road trade routes in order to increase trade deals around the world in a bid to become a key economic ally of dozens of countries. It is said that serious discussions are now being held by the United States, Australia, India and Japan, known as ‘the Quad’, as they try to counter Beijing’s spreading influence. An unnamed US official has been reported in the media as saying Australia’s Malcolm Turnbull is due to discuss the plans for an “alternative”…

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Science 

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Warns Iran to 'Not Test Israel’s Resolve'

(MUNICH) — The nuclear deal with Iran has emboldened Tehran to become increasingly aggressive in the Middle East, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday, warning that Iran should “not test Israel’s resolve” as he showed off what he said was part of a downed Iranian drone. Netanyahu said of Iran that if the U.S. decides to scrap the 2015 nuclear deal, which he has long opposed, “I think they’ll do nothing.” But Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, appearing two hours later at the same Munich Security Conference, fired…

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Hungary’s Viktor Orban vows to FIGHT Brussels and predicts EU SPLIT in election rant

The right-wing firebrand has been a thorn in the side of the bloc with his outspoken views on the EU’s economic and border policies. Those opinions have made him a nightmare for Brussels but have played into the views of supporters of his Fidesz party. And, with an April 8 election on the horizon, he ratcheted up his rhetoric again today with a bizarre rant. He predicted that, with western Europe wanting the east to follow its lead, there would be a vicious struggle ahead. His comments were a clear…

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Science 

The First Brit: Secrets of the 10,000 Year Old Man, review – a smartly told, fact-filled and inventive documentary

View photos The First Brit – Tom Barnes. Channel 4 images must not be altered or manipulated in any way. This picture may be used More The First Brit: Secrets of the 10,000 Year Old Man (Channel 4) started with a Union Jack flag billowing against a cloudy sky and Speaker Bercow’s idiosyncratic “Order! Order!”. “There’s been a lot of talk lately about Britain,” boomed narrator Jim Carter (Downton Abbey’s Mr Carson). “About who belongs and who doesn’t.” “Now science is about to reveal the truth about where we come…

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Gaming 

PlayStation Plus free PS4 games update: Fortnite bonus ahead of PS Plus March release

Every month, Sony provide Free PlayStation Plus games to download on the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. Each platform gets at least two titles every month, usually going live on the first Tuesday of the month. And PS Plus subscribers are expecting to see the next free PS4 games announcement in the coming weeks. Sony like to reveal their PlayStation Plus lineup in the last week of the month, so that would mean waiting until around February 26. However, the past few months have seen notable leaks before the official…

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‘Noose of terror’ Israel to act against Iran as it’s world’s GREATEST threat

And Mr Netanyahu warned Tehran’s ambition was to build a “continuous empire” in the Middle East, describing it as a “very dangerous situation”. Holding a piece of what he said was an Iranian drone after its incursion into Israeli airspace earlier this month, Mr Netanyahu told the Munich Security Conference: “Israel will not allow the regime to put a noose of terror around our neck. “We will act if necessary not just against Iran’s proxies but against Iran itself.” Addressing the event for the first time, Mr Netanyahu urged officials…

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Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde: I don’t care much for Chelsea

Barcelona travel to Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night (7.45pm) for a tough Champions League clash with Chelsea. However, Ernesto Valverde has claimed he “does not care much” about the Blues and was focussing all of his efforts this week on Barca’s away clash with Eibar. The Catalan side ran out 2-0 winners against their La Liga rivals and Valverde was delighted to get the three points after drawing their last two. “We had to win,” he said after the match. “Eibar pushed us very hard and were at a very…

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