Riot police continue to engage in violent clashes with anti fascist groups who seemingly cannot accept the result of the public vote - which shows Mr Macron won 23.3 per cent of support compared to Ms Le Pen’s estimated 21.7 per cent. Reports say tear gas has been used against the hundreds of protesters, who have also been struck with battens. It appears a peaceful left-wing protest was taken over by more radical leftists, who are intent on engaging in violence.
Scott van Zyl, who has been pictured with big cats, elephant and lions he had mercilessly slaughtered, was last seen heading in the direction of the banks of the Limpopo River. He had been on a trip with a pack of dogs and a Zimbabwean tracker, who had taken a different route. Suspicions were raised when the dogs returned to the camp without Mr van Zyl. A search party was scrambled and the hunter’s belongings were found in the back of the vehicle he had been driving.
This could pose a serious threat to Britain, with France just 20 miles (33km) away across the Channel and Islamic State militants known to be targeting London and other regions. The French Senate announced the results of the “Prevention of Radicalism and Regional Authorities” report yesterday, showing 17,393 people have been listed as terror suspects since the beginning of March.
So Paperchase have apologised for daring to advertise in the Daily Mail, Stop Funding Hate claimed it as a massive victory. Now I'm waiting for Tesco to say sorry for inviting pedophiles, rapists and murderers into their stores this Christmas. 'Everyone'. https://t.co/YbTG98afCl
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Selecting a term
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