As reported in French at RFI (translated to English) the migrant camp of Grande-Synthe in Northern France housing around 1500 mainly Iraqi Kurds; was ravaged by a fire leaving little standing last Monday night (April 10).
Continue reading “The migrant camp Grande-Synthe, near Dunkerque in Northern France burnt to the ground from clashes between migrant groups”
Reddit can be a great way to share content and reach people, so that’s exactly what we did!
We at Counter Collective News made our own reddit account /u/CounterCollectiveN to submit articles from our website to our unofficial subreddit /r/CCNews.
Continue reading “Good ol’ r/Eddit at it again! This time censoring news startup CCNews (That’s us)”
Last Friday as seen in the Daily Caller, Google added a new feature to their well known search engine.
This feature helps users fact check news stories or claims to help combat “fake news,” by presenting the user with a first result article summarized with the claim, who made this claim and the verdict. The fact-checking for Google is almost exclusively done by Snopes and PolitiFact.
Sounds great right? Well you could be wrong.
Continue reading “The Ministry of –Truth– Google”
Pro-ISIS hacking group United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) drew up a kill list of targets including names, home addresses and emails of well known politicians, celebrities, religious leaders and Muslims who have spoken out against the terror group in US, UK, Canada and Afghanistan as reported in The Sun UK. Continue reading “Pro-ISIS United Cyber Caliphate (UCC) hacking group have hit list of over 8,700 people commanding lone wolf attacks”
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson appears to be under-fire by the media as seen in TheGuardian for doing the unthinkable; listening to the Australian public and conveying their views and concerns. Continue reading “Is Pauline Hanson the only politician that will listen to the Australian public?”
Reuters reported Russian authorities have stated at least 10 people were killed in explosions at metro stations in St. Petersburg on Monday (3 April). Continue reading “10 dead in explosions at St. Petersburg metro stations”