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HONG KONG (AP) — Tens of thousands of people, many wearing black shirts and some carrying British colonial-era flags, marched in Hong Kong on Sunday, targeting a mainland Chinese audience as a month-old protest movement showed no signs of abating.

Chanting “Free Hong Kong” and words of encouragement to their fellow citizens, wave after wave of demonstrators streamed by a shopping district popular with mainland visitors on a march to the high-speed railway station that connects the semi-autonomous Chinese territory to Guangdong and other mainland cities.

Hong Kong has been riven by huge marches and sometimes disruptive protests for the past month, sparked by proposed changes to extradition laws that would have allowed suspects to be sent to the mainland to face trial. Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam suspended the bill and apologized for how it was handled, but protesters want it to be formally withdrawn and for Lam to resign.

Organizers said 230,000 people marched on Sunday, while police estimated the crowd at 56,000.

“We want to show our peaceful, graceful protest to the mainland visitors because the information is rather blocked in mainland,” march organizer Ventus Lau said. “We want to show them the true image and the message of Hong Kongers.”

Chinese media have not covered the protests or their origins widely, focusing on clashes with police and damage to public property.

As the crowd broke up Sunday night, a few hundred remained and taunted police who had retreated behind huge barriers set up outside the railway station, while others moved to Canton Road, a street lined with luxury boutique stores. Around 11 p.m., police moved to disperse protesters who were blocking a road and arrested five people for assaulting or obstructing police officers, their statement said.

The march was the first major action since two simultaneous protests last Monday, the 22nd anniversary of the July 1, 1997, return of Hong Kong from Britain to China.

The march through central Hong Kong that’s held annually drew hundreds of thousands of people. It was overshadowed this year, however, by an assault on the legislative building by a few hundred demonstrators who shattered thick glass panels to enter the building and then wreaked havoc for three hours, spray-painting slogans on the chamber walls, overturning furniture and damaging electronic voting and fire prevention systems.

Sunday’s march was the first protest against the extradition legislation to take place on the Kowloon side of Hong Kong harbor. The previous ones were on Hong Kong Island, the city’s business and government center.

Many of the marchers were young and wore black shirts that have become the uniform of the protesters. The largely peaceful crowd also included older people carrying handheld fans in the muggy heat, as well as parents with children, including some in baby strollers.

Many held placards, including one that read “Extradite to China, disappear forever.” Some carried the British flag or the old Hong Kong flag from when it was a British colony.

“This is our fourth march because we think this government is not taking care of Hong Kong,” said Dan Lee, who joined with his wife and their three children. “We need to save Hong Kong and we need to come out for our future generations.”

The extradition legislation has raised concerns about an erosion of freedoms and rights in Hong Kong, which was guaranteed its own legal system for 50 years after its return to China in 1997.

Prior to the march, police put up large barricades blocking a main entrance to the railway station to prevent any attempt to enter it. Only passengers with train reservations were allowed into the station, the mass transit authority said, and Hong Kong media reported that ticket sales had been suspended for afternoon trains.

“The high-speed railway station is a connection between Hong Kong and China and this is the nearest place we can spread our message to China,” said Lau, the march organizer.

The station was a source of contention before it opened last September, because passengers pass through Chinese immigration and customs inside. Some opposition lawmakers said the fact that Chinese law applies in the immigration area violates the handover agreement under which Hong Kong maintains its own legal system.

Protesters also are demanding an independent investigation into a crackdown on June 12 demonstrations in which officers used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse crowds blocking major streets. Police said the tactics, harsher than usual for Hong Kong, were justified after some protesters turned violent. Dozens were injured, both protesters and police.

The protesters are also calling for the direct election of Hong Kong’s leader. Lam was chosen by an elite committee of mainly pro-Beijing electors.

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Associated Press journalist Johnson Lai contributed to this report.

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Nepotism. Comey’s Daughter To Prosecute Epstein.

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Comey’s daughter is said to be the prosecutor in the Epstein case. Out of the Southern District, Maurene Comey, a glorified Irish vop, will prosecute the case. Unless these idiots can secure a 90%conviction rate, they will not bring an indictment
Usually the DOJ will stsck the deck in their favor to get a conviction, usually by tying the indicated persons money up. To charge Epstein is a good thing, I hope they get that liberal asshole Allan Dershowitz as well.
It is very suspicious that Comey’s daughter has moved up so far, so fast. Also suspicious is that she gets a case on this grand of scale. Her father is a first rate scum bag and one questions why James Comey has not been indicted yet.
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Maurene Comey, daughter of former FBI Director James Comey, is reportedly a prosecutor in the new criminal case against convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. This details comes out of a new CNN report. The source is described as a person “with knowledge of the case.”

This and an Associated Press article are backing up a Daily Beast report that broke news Epstein faces new charges. It seems like the defendant must contend with a sex trafficking case affecting “dozens” of alleged victims. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York is handling the case. Their Public Corruption Unit is taking the lead on this, but are being helped by human trafficking officials and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, authorities said.

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Law&Crime reached out to the Southern District of New York about the Epstein case, and the detail about Maurene Comey. Spokesman Nicholas Biase declined to comment.

Details on the case remain sketchy, though the involvement of the Public Corruption Unit caught the attention of legal experts. Gene Rossi, a Law&Crime trial analyst and former federal prosecutor for the Eastern District of Virginia, suggested to us that Epstein may face other charges. It could mean counts of money laundering, public corruption, or tax-related crimes.

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A Great Salute To America Yesterday.

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Trump’s ‘Salute to America’ July 4th celebration not without controversy
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On the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, President Donald Trump delivered his “Salute to America” speech that side-stepped politics and focused on the military, American history and cultural moments that ranged from the Revolutionary War to the birth of rock ‘n’ roll.

“Hello America, hello,” Trump said at the start of what he promised to be the “show of a lifetime” that in the end, was a more subdued, rain-soaked and patriotic tribute to the Fourth of July.

“Today, we come together as one nation with this very special Salute to America,” Trump said. “We celebrate our history, our people, and the heroes who proudly defend our flag — the brave men and women of the United States military.”

PHOTO: President Donald Trump speaks during the ‘Salute to America’ Fourth of July event at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, July 4, 2019. (Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images)
PHOTO: President Donald Trump speaks during the ‘Salute to America’ Fourth of July event at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, July 4, 2019. (Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images)
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“On this day, 243 years ago, our founding fathers pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor, to declare Independence and defend our god-given rights,” the president said. “That same American spirit that emboldened our founders has kept us strong throughout our history. … It is the spirit, daring, and defiance, excellence and adventure, courage and confidence, loyalty and love, that built this country into the most exceptional nation in the history of the world, and our nation is stronger today than it ever was before. It is its strongest now.”

Despite concerns about the president politicizing the speech, the president stuck to the script for the unprecedented presidential spectacle, with Air Force One flying overhead as the first lady and president walked out.

PHOTO: President Donald Trump speaks during the ‘Salute to America’ Fourth of July event at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, July 4, 2019. (Susan Walsh/AFP/Getty Images)
PHOTO: President Donald Trump speaks during the ‘Salute to America’ Fourth of July event at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, July 4, 2019. (Susan Walsh/AFP/Getty Images)
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(MORE: Trump defends cost of July 4th ‘Salute to America’ event despite extra millions expected)

Throughout the president’s speech, figures from American history in the audience like Apollo Mission Flight Director Gene Krantz and Clarence Henderson, one of the African American students who participated in the Woolworth lunch counter sit-ins, were recognized with applause. After recognizing Krantz, the president proclaimed that the U.S. would soon put an American flag on Mars.

PHOTO: People cover from the rain as they gather on the National Mall ahead of the ‘Salute to America’ Fourth of July event with President Donald Trump at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, July 4, 2019. (Andrew Caballero-reynolds/AFP/Getty Images)
PHOTO: People cover from the rain as they gather on the National Mall ahead of the ‘Salute to America’ Fourth of July event with President Donald Trump at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, July 4, 2019. (Andrew Caballero-reynolds/AFP/Getty Images)
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After his main remarks, the president invited acting Secretary of Defense Mark Esper and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford to stand at his side while he gave short speeches about each branch of military. After short remarks, the branch’s service song was played before a dramatic flyover.

“What a great country,” the president said, after a B-2 stealth bomber and F22 raptors soared overhead.

“Salute to America” ended with Navy Blue Angels soaring over the crowds.

While the event didn’t face a rain delay, rain was still front in center. The president stood in front of a protective glass barrier that was dripping in raindrops and prevented a crystal clear view of the president.

PHOTO: People watch the Independence Day parade as it passes in front of the National Archives in Washington, D.C., on July 4, 2019. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)
PHOTO: People watch the Independence Day parade as it passes in front of the National Archives in Washington, D.C., on July 4, 2019. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)
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The president was joined on the stage by Vice President Mike Pence and second lady Karen Pence, as well as cabinet members like Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao, wearing a rain poncho, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar and Labor Secretary Alex Acosta.

Earlier on Thursday, the nation’s capital held its traditional National Independence Day Parade down Constitution Avenue and “A Capitol Fourth Concert” at the U.S. Capitol.

There was a dramatic reading of the Declaration of Independence outside the National Archives and inside, Pence spoke before 44 people were sworn in during a naturalization ceremony.

But this year, Trump decided to put his own spin on festivities in Washington that some believed would politicize a national holiday.

(MORE: A viewer’s guide to July 4th in the nation’s capital)

PHOTO: People gather on the National Mall ahead of President Trump’s speech during Fourth of July festivities on July 4, 2019 in Washington. (Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)
PHOTO: People gather on the National Mall ahead of President Trump’s speech during Fourth of July festivities on July 4, 2019 in Washington. (Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)
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Called a “Salute to America,” the events paid tribute to each of the nation’s five service branches with flyovers from military planes and a display of two 60-ton M1 Abrams tanks and two Bradley Fighting Vehicles. The celebration will conclude with a 35-minute fireworks display, the biggest the nation’s capital has ever seen.

(MORE: Politics and patriotism mix at Trump’s 4th of July event)

After tweeting a message wishing everyone a happy Fourth of July on Thursday morning, Trump also wrote about the “Salute to America.”

….and advanced aircraft anywhere in the World. Perhaps even Air Force One will do a low & loud sprint over the crowd. That will start at 6:00P.M., but be there early. Then, at 9:00 P.M., a great (to put it mildly) fireworks display. I will speak on behalf of our great Country!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 4, 2019

PHOTO: Supporters of President Donald Trump join others to watch an Independence Day parade along Constitution Avenue in Washington, D.C., July 4, 2019. (Erik S Lesser/EPA via Shutterstock)
PHOTO: Supporters of President Donald Trump join others to watch an Independence Day parade along Constitution Avenue in Washington, D.C., July 4, 2019. (Erik S Lesser/EPA via Shutterstock)
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But the new events prompted controversy and accusations that the president is turning a holiday into a “Make America Great Again” rally.

PHOTO: People photograph a Baby Trump balloon as it is moved into position before Independence Day celebrations, July 4, 2019, on the National Mall in Washington. (Patrick Semansky/AP)
PHOTO: People photograph a Baby Trump balloon as it is moved into position before Independence Day celebrations, July 4, 2019, on the National Mall in Washington. (Patrick Semansky/AP)
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PHOTO: People take photos of a statue of President Donald Trump tweeting on a toilet, at the National Mall ahead of the, ‘Salute to America’ Fourth of July event in Washington, July 4, 2019. (Andrew Caballero-reynolds/AFP/Getty Images)
PHOTO: People take photos of a statue of President Donald Trump tweeting on a toilet, at the National Mall ahead of the, ‘Salute to America’ Fourth of July event in Washington, July 4, 2019. (Andrew Caballero-reynolds/AFP/Getty Images)
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Protests were planned against the president and a permit was granted for protesters to inflate a giant “Baby Trump” balloon. The now infamous inflatable grabbed headlines when Trump visited London in June. It was also grabbing attention on the National Mall as it was inflated Thursday afternoon. Several hours later, the balloon had to be deflated because of wind and rain. A spokesperson for Code Pink told ABC News that it would be re-inflated if the weather improved.

Medea Benjamin, a co-founder of Code Pink — the group that arranged for the “Baby Trump” balloon to be at the Independence Day events — said she is here because she is “disgusted” that Trump has politicized the national celebration.

“Trump is making today all about him, when it is supposed to be all about us,” Benjamin said Thursday afternoon after helping to set up the inflatable. “He’s charging the taxpayers millions of dollars for what is a campaign rally for him and it is just wrong.”

PHOTO: Two Bradley Fighting Vehicles flank the stage being prepared in front of the Lincoln Memorial, July 3, 2019, in Washington D.C., ahead of planned Fourth of July festivities with President Donald Trump. (Jacquelyn Martin/AP)
PHOTO: Two Bradley Fighting Vehicles flank the stage being prepared in front of the Lincoln Memorial, July 3, 2019, in Washington D.C., ahead of planned Fourth of July festivities with President Donald Trump. (Jacquelyn Martin/AP)
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(MORE: Tanks, fighters readied for Trump’s July 4th celebration but taxpayer cost not being disclosed)

Despite the White House’s insistence that Trump’s remarks would not be political, tickets were distributed to allies of the president, including the Republican National Committee, the Trump administration and cabinet officials the week before the event. The Democratic National Committee was not given tickets.

PHOTO: A man holding flags and a photograph of President Donald Trump marches in the Independence Day parade in Washington, D.C., July 4, 2019. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)
PHOTO: A man holding flags and a photograph of President Donald Trump marches in the Independence Day parade in Washington, D.C., July 4, 2019. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)
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In a statement, the RNC defended their allotment of tickets to what was supposed to be a non-partisan event.

“It’s standard practice for the RNC to receive a small number of tickets to events just as the DNC did under Democrat Presidents,” according to the statement. “This is routine for events like the White House Christmas Open Houses, Garden Tours in spring and fall, etc.”

(MORE: Trump touts tanks to be on display July 4th on National Mall)

PHOTO: Participants pull a balloon for the Independence Day parade in Washington, D.C., on July 4, 2019. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)
PHOTO: Participants pull a balloon for the Independence Day parade in Washington, D.C., on July 4, 2019. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)
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Concerns were also raised about the costs associated with this year’s celebration. Event organizers at the Pentagon and Department of Interior haven’t revealed exactly how much money was spent this Fourth of July on everything from the programming to security.

The Washington Post reported that the National Park Service is using nearly $2.5 million in park entrance fees to cover costs, funds that would have been used to do repairs on the nation’s parks.

William Ramos drove down from New York on Thursday morning specifically to hear Trump’s remarks later in the evening. He said that he doesn’t view the cost of including the military in the holiday events as a waste and was interested in seeing the hardware.

“I like to be proud of our country and our military,” he said. “I don’t look at it in a negative way. I think if it was (President Barack) Obama doing this we would be happy to see the military included.”

PHOTO: Soldiers with the 3rd Infantry Division, 1st Battalion, 64th Armored Regiment, move a Bradley Fighting Vehicle into place by the Lincoln Memorial, July 3, 2019. (Jacquelyn Martin/AP)
PHOTO: Soldiers with the 3rd Infantry Division, 1st Battalion, 64th Armored Regiment, move a Bradley Fighting Vehicle into place by the Lincoln Memorial, July 3, 2019. (Jacquelyn Martin/AP)
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On Wednesday, the president said those costs would be “worth it” and tried to downplay the additional expense because “we own the planes, we have the pilots, the airport is right next door (Andrews), all we need is the fuel. We own the tanks and all.”

“Fireworks are donated by two of the greats,” Trump added.

In the end, the weather may put a damper on the Washington events — forecasts call for thunderstorms on Independence Day. Still, a spokeswoman for the Department of Interior said that events will take place “rain or shine.”

PHOTO: People march in the Independence Day parade in Washington, D.C., on July 4, 2019. (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)
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Switzerland Named Best Place To Live And Work.

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Switzerland named best place to live and work. In my years, I found many Swiss to be douche bags. Many are rude and abrasive. Switzerland is a beautiful country,however.
Many western European countries have slipped from last years rankings, particularly due to the Muslims infiltrating Western Europe. Muslims and Africans have turned many of these countries into shit holes.
Look for Western Europe to start deporting and getting rid of these free loaders. African people too are no longer welcome as both tap into healthcare and welfare on an abusive basis. Not safe from terrorism, Western Europe has had enough of these fanatics.
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Switzerland has been named the best place to live and work overseas in the latest HSBC Expat Explorer report.

The Alpine country offers “the complete expat package” with improved quality of life alongside excellent salaries and “swift career progression”, according to the report which ranks 33 countries globally and is based on interviews with just over 18,000 people in 163 locations.

Spain was ranked fourth in the overall rankings, for very different reasons. Germany was ranked eighth while France was 17th.

A total of 82 percent of survey respondents based in Switzerland said their life had improved since moving to the country while 67 percent of people said they felt safer in Switzerland than in their home country.

Read also: The REAL reasons why Switzerland is the best country in the world

There were also very high levels of satisfaction with the country’s political and economic stability.

Top for incomes

The HSBC Expat Explorer breaks down its findings into three different categories: ‘living’, ‘aspiring’ (which refers to finances and career prospects) and ‘little expats’ – or family life and education.

Switzerland ranks relatively highly in all three categories, coming seventh overall for living and fourth for children and family life.

But it is in the realm of incomes that the country excels. Expats, or immigrants as many foreigners prefer to be called, earn an average $111,587 in Switzerland, against a global average of $75,966, according to HSBC.

Read also: Revealed – How much foreign workers in Switzerland earn

That sees Switzerland score top for salaries, while it comes second for disposable incomes behind the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

However, Switzerland does less well on metrics such as career progression (15th place) and work–life balance, where it comes 16th.

The table below shows the overall ranking.

The Swiss paradox

The relatively low score for work-life balance among foreign employees in Switzerland highlights a paradox about the country’s ratings in the HSBC survey.

While Switzerland rates high for incomes and quality of life (second), it does not score well for “reaching potential” in one’s job (16th) or the lifestyle metric of “fulfilment”.

And, as in previous years, Switzerland continues to rate poorly in factors related to social life.

For “ease of settling in”, Switzerland comes a lowly 24th and Swiss society is also marked very low in terms of ‘cultural, open and welcoming communities’ where it finished 28th.

Singapore knocked off its perch

By taking the top spot in the latest HSBC ranking, Switzerland stripped serial top-place getter Singapore of its crown. Singapore moved down to second, Canada was third, Spain fourth and New Zealand fifth.

Read also: Three Swiss cities named Europe’s priciest for foreign workers

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CNN Ratings In Tailspin.

Robert Massimi.
CNN is in freefall.Between the Trump hating to the outright lies, CNN is in a freefall in ratings.more conservative to moderate Democrats are tuning into Fox. Liberal Democrats are tuning into MSNBC. By lower ratings, advertisers pay less, advertise less.
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JOHN NOLTE3 Jul 20194,322
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The far-left fake news outlet CNN came in 15th place in primetime during the previous quarter and lost nearly 20 percent of its already pathetic viewership.
Let’s go straight to the numbers…

During the second quarter of this year, here’s how the average viewing audience stacked up…

Primetime

FOX: 2.4 million

MSNBC: 1.67 million

CNNLOL: 761,000

Total Day

FOX: 1.32 million

MSNBC: 900,000

CNNLOL: 541,000

Viewership drops compared to this same quarter last year…

Primetime

FOX: -2%

MSNBC: -4%

CNNLOL: -18%

Total Day

FOX: -6%

MSNBC: -3%

CNNLOL: -18%

Obviously, what the above numbers prove is that CNNLOL is not the victim of a downturn in the overall news cycle but rather a victim of its own horribleness, of Suicide By Fake News and Hate.

In all of cable TV during primetime, FOX was number one, MSNBC number two, and CNNLOL was number…. 15.

In the all-important (for advertiser rates) 25-54 age demo during primetime hours, FOX averaged 373,000 viewers, MSNBC 252,000, and CNNLOL just 188,000.

Compared to this same quarter last year, in the age demo, FOX is down 21 percent and MSNBC 27 percent, but CNNLOL again managed to humiliate itself with an incredible 37 percent crash of young primetime viewers.

With only two other cable news outlets as competition, not a single CNNLOL program ranked in the top 20.

CNN’s best showing was the faltering Cuomo Prime Time, which hit number 25.

Cuomo could not even average a million viewers last quarter (936K), but he’s the Golden Fredo compared to Jake Tapper’s ratings, which have sunk to 699K. Don Lemon was only able to attract 833K viewers. Anderson Cooper grabbed 892K.

There’s a reason why more Democrats tune into MSNBC and probably even Fox News.

CNN is an unreliable and dishonest hate network obsessed with working out its psychosis against Trump and his supporters by going so far as to condone and encourage violence against them.

For all of MSNBC’s flaws, its anchors are nowhere near as dangerous or unstable.

Sure, there’s a vocal contingency in the Democrat Party every bit as crazy and dangerous as CNN, but most rank-and-file Democrats are our friends and neighbors, are good people repulsed by the un-American stench emanating from CNNLOL.

On the left and right, this is an overwhelmingly decent country made up of decent people — CNN is not.

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Arabs Live One Way In Kingdom And Another Outside it.

Robert Massimi.
Like they do in many universities in America,Arabs live one way in the middle east,and another when they’re outside of it.
Hypocrisy at its highest,the Arabs really do not the life they preach. Rich monetarily, they think they can do what they want,can treat people how they wish. Hidding behind religion, they are phoney’s in the first order.
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‘ORGY DEATH’ Emir of Sharjah’s son Prince Khalid Al Qasimi died aged 39 at ‘sex and drugs orgy’
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2 Jul 2019, 22:30Updated: 3 Jul 2019, 10:23
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AN Arab prince has been found dead in his London home amid claims of a drug-fuelled orgy.

Staff discovered the body of Sheik Khalid bin Sultan Al Qasim, 39, at his Knightsbridge penthouse on Monday morning.

Staff discovered the body of Sheik Khalid bin Sultan Al Qasim, 39, seen here with model Alice Delal in 2009, at his penthouse on Monday morning
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Staff discovered the body of Sheik Khalid bin Sultan Al Qasim, 39, seen here with model Alice Delal in 2009, at his penthouse on Monday morningCredit: Getty – Contributor
A source said: ‘It is suspected that Sheik Khalid may have died suddenly as a result of taking drugs’
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A source said: ‘It is suspected that Sheik Khalid may have died suddenly as a result of taking drugs’Credit: Getty – Contributor
An ambulance called police who are said to have found a quantity of Class A drugs.

A source said: “There had apparently been a party where some guests were taking drugs and having sex. It is suspected that Sheik Khalid may have died suddenly as a result of taking drugs. As well as the police inquiry, an urgent internal probe has been ordered and staff have been ordered to keep quiet.”

Sheik Khalid’s father is the ruler of oil-rich Sharjah, the third biggest city in the United Arab Emirates.

The family own a country estate in Sussex — where Sheik Khalid’s older brother was found dead from a heroin overdose in 1999. He was 24.

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Detectives are treating the new tragedy as “unexplained” and have made no arrests.

His father announced three days of official mourning with the words that Sheik Khalid “is in the care of God”.

His sole surviving son and heir was a fashion designer and co-owner of upmarket label Qasimi. Celebrity fans include Lady Gaga and Cheryl Tweedy.

He had studied architecture and was an award-winning photographer.

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The source said: “Like many young Arab men, Sheik Khalid enjoyed the freedoms he had in London. But it has ended very tragically.”

The Knightsbridge Apartments development where he died has 205 stunning homes across 12 floors, selling for up to £90million each.

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Prince Khalid Al Qasimi’s father Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Muhammad Al QasimiCredit: Getty – Contributor
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