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Europe posed to put warning labels on Jewish-made products

The European Union is poised to mandate that Israeli products made in contested territories carry consumer warning labels, a decision that could trigger American anti-boycott laws and open up what legal experts describe as a “Pandora’s box” of litigation, according to multiple sources involved in the legal dispute who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon.

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FTC Head says he’s willing to break up Big Tech

The head of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission said he’s prepared to break up major technology platforms if necessary by undoing their past mergers as his agency investigates whether companies including Facebook Inc. are harming competition.

FTC Chairman Joe Simons, who is leading a broad review of the technology sector, said in an interview Tuesday that breaking up a company is challenging, but could be the right remedy to rein in dominant companies and restore competition.

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Hundred of Germans probed over Anti-Migrant comments on Facebook

The massive probe, spanning over 250 investigations, was launched in response to the live streaming of a migrant protest by the Bavarian-wing of the AfD party in 2017, German media disclosed on Saturday. Some 97 people were fined and three others were to face incitement charges in the court, the weekly Der Spiegel reported.

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Riot police storm Hong Kong airport as protestors force second day of flight cancellations

The clashes appeared to represent an escalation 10 weeks after the protest’s massive, peaceful beginnings in early June, when hundreds of thousands marched in the semi-autonomous city against a now-suspended extradition bill. A Chinese official said Tuesday that protesters “have begun to show signs of terrorism,” and China appeared to be weighing a crackdown on the democratic movement.

Bolstered by anger over the crackdown by Hong Kong police, the protests has grown more confrontational in recent weeks and reached new levels last Monday with a city-wide strike that disrupting traffic and hundreds of flights.

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Hong Kong protestors wave American Flag, sing National Anthem

Hong Kong seem to be heading to a ‘Tianenmen-like’ situation with thousands of protesters thronging the streets. Chinese media had already warned of potential terrorism rising in the country and even accused the US of supporting the riots. A video posted on twitter shows pro-democracy supporters in Hong Kong waving the American flag adding to the fury of the Beijing-backed government.

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Broadway producer Ben Sprecher arrested on child porn charges

The Broadway producer behind the failed musical “Rebecca” was busted Tuesday on child porn charges — as disgusted neighbors said he once went around collecting signatures to get faster internet.

“For nine years, he was not even able to say hello, and suddenly he was quite friendly. … He needed to have his internet,’’ a female resident said of accused kiddie-perv neighbor Ben Sprecher, 65, of Manhattan, who famously had his Broadhurst Theatre play “Rebecca: The Musical’’ torpedoed by a con man.

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Electronics moved from Epstein’s island before FBI raid

Drone footage of “suicided” sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Pedo Island’ home shows that potentially crucial electronics equipment was removed from the home before an FBI raid which took place on Monday.

“This video taken on July 15th show what appears to be an Apple computer on the right along with a pair of binoculars and a box of tissues,” writes Chris Menahan. “It looks as though there’s a white wire possibly connected to an external hard drive on the same desk. What looks like a printer can be seen on the far right, deeper in the kitchen. There’s also what looks like a tablet charging on the left.”

A second video that was shot on July 23 shows the room mostly empty with the electronic equipment all removed.

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Shook over Jeffrey Epstein’s black book

The revelation in the FBI’s 2,000-page dossier on Epstein came as agents raided the perv billionaire’s private US Virgin Island, dubbed “paedophile island”, yesterday.

A large group of agents were seen disembarking from speedboats at the pier on the island on Monday morning and driving around on golf carts.

Other officials with “FBI” lettering on display were later seen overlooking the sea from the top of Epstein’s remote luxury home off the coast of St Thomas.

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Epstein called criminalizing sex with teen girls a ‘cultural aberration’

Jeffrey Epstein, the mysterious money man and pedophile found dead in a federal prison cell early Saturday, gave a chilling interview a year before his death in which he called laws against men having sex with teen girls a “cultural aberration,” according to a prominent columnist.

Epstein, who was accused of forcing underage females into liaisons with him and his rich and powerful friends, was “unapologetic” and defiant to the end in his beliefs on men sleeping with girls, according to New York Times journalist James Stewart.

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Where the hell is Ghislaine Maxwell?

Pedophilic predator Jeffrey Epstein may have managed to die before facing justice, but his satanic sidekick and supposed “socialite” partner Ghislaine Maxwell may still prove capable of crushing the house of cards complicit in the pair’s sex trafficking.

That is, if we can find where on Earth she is.

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Jeffrey Epstein’s death shifts focus to accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell

The death of Jeffrey Epstein is putting new attention on his alleged co-conspirators, who could still face charges. The number one person on that list is Ghislaine Maxwell, who’s accused of finding teenage girls for Epstein and his friends — including a member of Britain’s royal family.

As CBS News correspondent Holly Williams reports, documents unsealed on Friday contain allegations that Maxwell, a close acquaintance of Epstein’s, played an “important role” in the late billionaire financier’s “sexual abuse ring,” directing an underage girl to have sex with Epstein and others. Maxwell strenuously denies the allegations. Her current whereabouts are unknown.

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