Alahednews Alahednews EU Court Orders States to Label «Israeli» Settlement Products The EU ordered its states to label products that came from “Israeli’ settlements. Norwegian Lawyers Urge Sanctions on «Israel» for Violation of Int’l Law Norwegian lawyers believe that “Israel” doesn’t deserve the preferential treatment it currently enjoys. IAEA Board of Governors Elect Argentina’s Grossi as New Director General The IAEA Board of Governors has already had two unofficial votes, on 10 and 15 October. EU Nations Agree To Brexit Extension until January 31 “The EU27 has agreed that it will accept the UK’s request for a Brexit flextension until 31 January 2020.’ Denmark Passes Law to Withdraw Citizenship from Danes Who Joined Foreign Militant Groups Denmark’s immigration minister now has the right to revoke the passports of Danes who join foreign militant groups. Czech Republic Likely to Build 5G Networks With Huawei Czech Republic likely to follow Germany on approach to building 5G networks with Huawei. Denmark in for «Massive» Increase in Public Surveillance over Gang Crime The Danish government is to include a “significant” increase in police surveillance. Finland Halts Arms Exports to Turkey, Condemns Military Operation in Syria Finland condemned the Turkish offensive in Syria, pledging to stop all arms exports to Ankara. Europe on Brink of another Refugee Crisis – German Interior Minister Europe may soon face a massive inflow of refugees and migrants that will be even bigger than at the peak of the infamous crisis. Five Killed in An-12 Emergency Landing near Lviv, Ukraine The death toll in the emergency landing of an An-12 aircraft near the Lviv airport in Ukraine has surged to five people. Trump Expands US Military Presence in Poland Neglecting Russia’s warnings, US President Donald Trump announced that he is expanding his country’s military presence in Poland. Finnish Army to Pioneer Real Mustard Gas, Sarin in Chemical Warfare Drills The Finnish Army will begin using genuine chemical warfare agents in defense training. Britain, France, Germany to Hold Iran Talks Britain, France and Germany will hold talks Friday on how to preserve the Iran nuclear deal and protect shipping in the Gulf. Danish PM Rebuffs Trump’s Idea on Buying Greenland Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen labeled US President Donald Trump’s idea of buying Greenland as “absurd.” Greenland Tells Trump It Is Open for Business but Not For Sale Greenland dismissed the notion that it might be up for sale after reports that Trump showed willingness to buy the world’s largest island. Explosion at Copenhagen Tax Office One person was lightly wounded in an explosion outside the Danish Tax Agency’s office in Copenhagen. Montenegro: “Israeli” Political Consultant Is Suspect in Pro-Kremlin Coup Attempt Montenegro named “Israeli” political consultant as a suspect in the 2016 plot to topple the Montenegrin government. Trump Threatens Europe: 2,500 Captured Daesh Militants Back into Your Countries Trump has warned that some 2,500 terrorists captured by the US and its allies in Syria and Iraq could soon be roaming European soil. Irish PM: Hard Brexit Would Raise Issue of Irish Unification Irish PM warned that a so-called hard Brexit could undermine Scotland’s place in the UK. Scottish Leader to Johnson: We Want an Independence Referendum Scotland’s nationalist leader warned UK PM Johnson that she would continue preparations for an independence referendum. EU to Hit US with 35 Billion-Euro Duties If US Tariffs Cars The EU will impose up to 35 billion euros on US goods if it tariffs cars. Gibraltar Court Extends Iranian Tanker Detention for 30 Days The Gibraltar Supreme Court ruled Friday that a seized Iranian tanker that was shipping oil as aid to Syria will be detained for 30 more days. Moscow, Paris Urge Preserving JCPOA Putin and Macron agreed Thursday on the need to ’consolidate efforts’ to save the Iran nuclear deal following months of soaring tensions. US Nuclear Locations in Europe Exposed A report from a NATO committee that has since been deleted reportedly exposed the secret locations of US nuclear weapons in Europe. Von der Leyen Victory Greeted with Delight – and Dismay Skeptical EU lawmakers approved Ursula von der Leyen’s appointment as president of the European Commission.