An armed anarchist group in Greece is calling for “attacks and clashes” during next week’s visit by U.S. President Barack Obama.

The Conspiracy Cells of Fire group is urging anarchists to “spoil the party … and sabotage” the Nov. 15-16 visit to Athens.

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A Dutch court on Friday upheld hate speech charges against anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders, meaning his trial will now start later this month.

“The court rejects all the defence’s objections,” judge Hendrik Steenhuis told The Hague district court.

Wilders’ lawyers last month urged judges at a preliminary hearing to drop the charges against the far-right leader, slamming it as a “political case” ahead of elections due in March.

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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte publicly linked more than 150 judges, mayors, lawmakers, police and military personnel to illegal drugs Sunday, ordering them to surrender for investigation as he ratcheted up his bloody war against what he calls a “pandemic.”

Duterte promptly relieved members of the military and police he named from their current posts and ordered government security personnel to be withdrawn from politicians he identified in a nationally televised speech. He also ordered gun licenses of those named revoked.

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Turkey is undergoing a brutal crackdown on suspected rebel factions as President Recep Erdogan vowed to wipe out the “virus” that sparked the weekend’s bloody military uprising .

Six thousand suspects have been seized by police including 3,000 soldiers and among the senior law-makers sacked are 2,700 top judges across the troubled country.

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