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France: Victorious Macron gives thanks to supporters and opposition outside the Louvre
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France: Victorious Macron gives thanks to supporters and opposition outside the Louvre

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French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron thanked his supporters and extended an arm of gratitude and respect to the voters that favoured Front National (FN) opposition leader Marine Le Pen, in his acceptance speech outside of the Louvre on Sunday evening. Credit: En Marche!Video ID: 20170507 050Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tvContact: cdruptly.tvTwitter: http://twitter.com/RuptlyFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
UK: Banksy takes on Brexit with huge Dover mural #Brexit
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UK: Banksy takes on Brexit with huge Dover mural #Brexit

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Graffiti artist Banksy’s latest work towered over the UKs European gateway town of Dover, Sunday, with onlookers digesting the British street artist’s take on Brexit.The mural, which depicts a worker chipping off one of the gold stars on the EU flag, appeared overnight on Saturday. The Bristol-based artist confirmed that he was behind the artwork on Sunday afternoon, posting two images of the mural to his official Instagram account.Banksy artworks are known for their topical nature. In March, he launched a hotel boasting the "worst view in the world" in the West Bank city of Bethlehem, in response to the long lasting Israel-Palestine conflict.Video ID: 20170507 031Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tvContact: cdruptly.tvTwitter: http://twitter.com/RuptlyFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly #Brexit
Armenia: Yerevan commemorates 102nd anniversary of Armenian massacre
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Turkey: Erdogan calls on Turks to fulfil Ataturks vision with referendum vote
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Turkey: Erdogan calls on Turks to fulfil Ataturks vision with referendum vote

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&Ldquo;This referendum is a desire for change, the transformation of the new institution,” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said after casting his vote in the country’s constitutional referendum in Istanbul’s Uskudar, Sunday.“I believe that with this decision our nation will give way to a bigger progress. It is going to be jumping step,” Erdogan said, and added that “We have to make an extraordinary choice to meet the level of modern civilisation envisaged by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and go beyond.”If the ‘Yes’ votes win, the new draft constitution, approved by the Turkish parliament last January, would introduce a package of constitutional amendments paving the way for a presidential system of government.SOT, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkish President (Turkish): “This referendum is a desire for change, the transformation of the new institution. I believe that with this decision our nation will give way to a bigger progress. It is going to be a jumping step. We have to make an extraordinary choice to meet the level of modern civilisation envisaged by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and go beyond. It is known that we have tripled the progress since 2002 but it is not enough. We have to grow faster. We have to walk faster. I hope that when the results come out we will see that our nationals inside and outside of the country made the right choice and have opened the road to the future. I believe in my people’s common sense and I believe they will walk the right path. I want to express my heartfelt thanks to my people.”Video ID: 20170416 022Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tvContact: cdruptly.tvTwitter: http://twitter.com/RuptlyFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Putin tells Le Pen he wont interfere in French elections
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Putin tells Le Pen he wont interfere in French elections

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Putin tells Le Pen he wont interfere in French electionsNEWS: goo.gl/a3kAcQVladimir Putin has promised not to interfere in the French elections after meeting far-right candidate Marine Le Pen this morning.The Russian president told the French National Front leader his country by no means wants to influence the current events.But he added: We reserve the right to communicate with all representatives of all political forces of the country, as do our partners in Europe and the United States for example. It comes a month after France warned the Kremlin against meddling in its affairs and after American intelligence accused Moscow hackers of helping Donald Trump win the US presidency. Le Pen, who has said she admires the Russian leader, was visiting Russia at the invitation of Leonid Slutsky, head of the lower house of parliaments foreign affairs committee, Russian news agencies reported. Putin is said to have told her: I know that you represent quite a fast-developing spectrum of European political forces.However, the Kremlin said Putin did not discuss financial aid for her campaign and that meeting Le Pen and opposition is normal practice.Putins meeting with Le Pen was not announced this week when the Russian parliament confirmed that the National Front leader would be visiting Moscow on Friday to meet with lawmakers.Earlier on Friday, Le Pen met Russian parliamentary speaker Vyacheslav Volodin, calling for increasing cooperation with Russia in the fight against terrorism.She later called for European sanctions against Russia to be scrapped insisting the EU had no right to punish Russia for annexing the disputed Crimea region from Ukraine in 2014.I see no reasons that justify the current hostile attitude of the French authorities towards Russia, Ms Le Pen said on her visit to Moscow.We have always believed that Russia and France need to maintain and develop the ties that have bound us for a long time.Mr Putin, the Russian President, was then pictured chatting in the Kr
The Russian president Vladimir Putin tells Le Pen he wont interfere in French elections
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The Russian president Vladimir Putin tells Le Pen he wont interfere in French elections

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Speaking in Moscow, the Russian president told the French National Front leader his country by no means wants to influence the current events.I wont interfere in French elections, promises Putin as he meets far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen (and if you believe that...).Vladimir Putin has promised not to interfere in the French elections after meeting far-right candidate Marine Le Pen this morning.The Russian president told the French National Front leader his country by no means wants to influence the current events.

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