Gorgeous “Enchanted Garden” Discovered In Pompeii

Even after centuries of excavations and book-loads of research, Pompeii is still only just letting go of its secrets. Last week, archaeologists working in the famous ruined Roman city revealed the discovery of a gorgeously colorful and remarkably well-preserved collection of frescoes in a lararium, a Roman garden used to honor…

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Heres how to beat the populists: stop talking about immigration | Natalie Nougayrde

The way to take on Orbn and Salvini is to point out the dangers they pose to the democratic rule of law, says Guardian columnist Natalie Nougayrde While the British Brexit debate rages on, it continues to ignore entirely a more important European political battle: the search for the best…

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‘Iran was like hell’: the young refugees starting new lives in Serbia

Balkan country has had a sharp rise in number of Iranians seeking asylum, as young people flee from an economy on its knees At Miksalite refugee centre in central Belgrade, young asylum seekers are queueing up to get a free haircut. The room is packed with newcomers, connecting their phones…

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Brexit: Tory MPs warn of entryism threat from Leave.EU supporters

Pro-Brexit group urges supporters to join to back Boris Johnson or Jacob Rees-Mogg for leader Conservative MPs are warning of a risk of entryism in the party as the pro-Brexit group Leave.EU encourages its supporters to become members in order to back Boris Johnson or Jacob Rees-Mogg in a future…

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May’s plan ‘sticks in the throat’, says Boris Johnson as he resigns over Brexit

Senior Conservative becomes third minister to walk out over common rulebook proposal Boris Johnson has quit as foreign secretary, claiming Mays negotiating pitch to the European Union would see the UK agree to adopt a common rule book on standards for food and goods in return for achieving greater divergence…

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Brexit dream dying, Johnson tells May

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTheresa May pays tribute to the two ministers who resigned Boris Johnson has launched a scathing attack on Theresa May’s Brexit strategy, saying the “dream is dying, suffocated by needless self-doubt”. In his letter resigning as foreign secretary, he said the prime…

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