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Eco-fascists and the ugly fight for ‘our way of life’ as the environment disintegrates

Genuine fascists remain on the political margins, but we can increasingly imagine the space that eco-fascism might occupy WT24 Desk Earlier this year, when the fascist responsible for the El Paso massacre cited ecological degradation as part motivation for his killing spree, many considered him entirely deranged, The Guardian reports. Eco-fascism sounds oxymoronic, a mashup of irreconcilable philosophies. Yet, while eco-fascists violently ...

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Daily Mail owner buys the i newspaper for £49.6m

DMGT will integrate some operations but appears to rule out editorial job cuts WT24 Desk The owner of the Daily Mail has bought the i newspaper and website for £49.6m as a new wave of media consolidation hits the UK national and regional newspaper market, The Guardian reports. The deal immediately prompted the ire of the Labour party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, who ...

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Stock markets tread water as all quiet on trade war front

WT24 Desk LONDON – Stock traders found little to get the pulse racing on Friday as the trade war front was eerily quiet and Thanksgiving week sapped global trading volumes, AFP reports. “It’s been quite the forgettable week and I don’t think today is going tobe any more memorable,” said Craig Erlam, Senior Market Analyst at OandaEurope. With an almost ...

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Cancer survivors report an information gap in treatment side effects

WT24 Desk Cancer treatments can save lives, but they also often cause a range of side effects. A recent patient survey in the United States has revealed how people feel about these effects and the information gaps that currently exist, MNT reports. About one-third of people in the U.S. will develop cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy are the three ...

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Man City stumble again to Shelvey stunner at Newcastle

WT24 Desk Manchester City’s Premier League title hopes faltered once more as the champions twice blew a lead to draw 2-2 at Newcastle on Saturday, AFP reports. Pep Guardiola’s men were frustrated for long spells after Jetro Willems quickly cancelled out Raheem Sterling’s first half opener, but seemed to have found the moment of magic they needed thanks to Kevin ...

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Warner hits triple century, Smith shatters record as Pakistan suffer

WT24 Desk An irrepressible David Warner smashed an unbeaten 335 on Saturday while Steve Smith became the fastest man to 7,000 Test runs as Australia took control of the day-night second Test against Pakistan, AFP reports.Skipper Tim Paine waved his players back into the pavilion at 589 for three ahead of the second day’s dinner break with Warner on the ...

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