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Breaking News, October 1st, 2017

Mass clashes between anti-globalists and the police took place in Turin, on Saturday. 11 people were injured, among them 7 policemen. Antiglobalists tried to storm the royal palace Reggia di Venaria. A meeting of labor ministers of the G7 countries was to take place in Turin, but the authorities transferred it for security reasons beyond the city.

The head of the Lebanese organization “Hezbollah”, Hassan Nasrallah, called the referendum the independence of the Iraqi Kurdistan threatening all countries of the region, and not only where there is a Kurdish ethnic minority. The head of the organization said that the referendum is a stage in the big plan of the USA and its allies to destabilize the region.

The Spanish National Police and the Civil Guard are blocking polling stations, the Ministry of the Interior of Spain reports. People shout out insults to the police. In the province Girona the Spanish Civil Guard has blocked a polling station where the head of the Catalan government, Carles Puigdemont, should vote.

A man with a knife attacked passers-by at the Saint-Charles train station in Marseille on Sunday, the national police of France reported. As a result of the attack, two people were killed. It is noted that the attacker shouted «Allah Akbar». The man was shot by the police.

The Turkish soldiers opened the largest military training unit outside its territory. A new base appeared in the capital of Somalia-Mogadishu. One thousand and five hundred soldiers of the Somali Army will train at the same time. The army of Turkey has been building the base for two years.

The official information agency of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea stated that attempts of the USA and South Korea to prevent the Republic to become a nuclear power will not succeed. It is believed in the DPRK that the countries of the West are mistaken if they believe that the sanctions pressure can force the country to abandon new nuclear tests.