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Democrats Lose Their First Battle of Trump’s Impeachment Trial as Senate Votes AGAINST...

Chuck Schumer The Democrats have already lost their first battle of Trump’s impeachment trial as the Senate voted against subpoenaing the White House for Ukraine documents. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) wanted to subpoena the...
Topics: White House, Ukraine, Subpoenas

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Why A Flu Outbreak In China Can Spook Global Markets

Why A Flu Outbreak In China Can Spook Global Markets Authored by John Rubino via DollarCollapse.com, When people talk about empires of the past, they generally mean Rome and Britain. But the biggest and in some ways most interesting...
Topics: China, Rome

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Iran Could Pursue a Nuclear Weapon to Restore Deterrence Lost in Suleimani Strike

David Daoud Security, Middle East Iran may want to create the idea that there’s a risk—however minimal—it could use a nuclear weapon. But it would be just enough of a risk to restrain its adversaries. On January 3, President Donald Trump...
Topics: Iran, Donald Trump

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'We Have to Find a Better Solution' - Criminologist on Young Offenders Institutions in UK

A report from the Chief Inspector of Prisons claims that young offenders are being kept in solitary confinement amid ‘multiple and widespread’ failures in the jail system. The report claims that some young offenders are only let out of their...
Topics: United Kingdom

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UN Report: Rising Inequality Affects More Than 70% of the Globe

Women ragpickers in Delhi scavenging through a pile of refuse for recyclable material. Credit: Dharmendra Yadav/IPSBy External SourceNEW YORK, Jan 21 2020 (IPS) Inequality is growing for more than 70 per cent of the global population, exacerbating...
Topics: India, New Delhi

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Where is Russia Headed?

TNI Staff Politics, Europe On "Amanpour and Co.," a discussion with Dimitri K. Simes and Evelyn Farkas about the future of American relations with Russia. When President Trump was elected in 2016, it was widely expected that U.S.-Russia relations...
Topics: Russia

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Thomas Tuchel drops HUGE Edinson Cavani to Manchester United transfer hint

Paris Saint-Germain manager Thomas Tuchel has dropped a huge hint over the potential Edinson Cavani to Manchester United transfer. The Uruguay international has been repeatedly linked with a move... Click Story Headline Above To Read/Watch/Comment...
Topics: France, Paris, Uruguay

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House of Lords Defeats Boris Johnson For The Fourth Time Over Child Refugee Protections

The question of refugees has overshadowed much of the process of the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union with Theresa May previously pledging to provide support for child refugees separated from their parents.
Topics: United Kingdom

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CDC expanding coronavirus screening to two more airports: Atlanta and Chicago O'Hare

Travelers flying between central China and the United States will now be routed through one of five airports with coronavirus screening.       
Topics: Airports, China

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Cricketing legends India’s Tendulkar, West Indies Walsh to Coach Australian Bushfire Relief Match

New Delhi (Sputnik): The still raging bushfires in Australia have ruined millions of hectares of forest land, killed 29 people, destroyed over 2,500 houses and wiped out millions of animals. Experts have linked the fires to climate change.
Topics: India, New Delhi, Australia

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Aguero strikes as Man City blunt Blades

Sheffield (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Sergio Aguero came off the bench to seal Manchester City’s 1-0 win against Sheffield United as the Argentine striker extended his red-hot start to 2020 on Tuesday. Pep Guardiola’s side were...
Topics: United Kingdom

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Journalist Glenn Greenwald accused of hacking crimes in Brazil - CNET

Greenwald reported on NSA surveillance based on leaks from Edward Snowden in 2013.
Topics: Glenn Greenwald, Brazil, NSA, Edward Snowden

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Canada Urges Other Countries to Keep UN ‘Afloat’ Amid Liquidity Crisis

TORONTO (Sputnik) – Canada is doing its part to keep the United Nations ‘afloat’ and is urging other nations to follow suit amid a worsening liquidity crisis at the international governing body, Canada’s mission to the UN said on Tuesday.
Topics: Canada, Toronto

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This Is Why People Don't Vote

Andrew Joseph Pegoda Politics, Americas People have different reasons for not showing up on Election Day.  At least 40% to 90% of American voters stay home during elections, evidence that low voter turnout for both national and local elections is...

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Lebanon: UN rights office calls for de-escalation of protest violence

What had been largely peaceful demonstrations against Lebanon’s Government in the capital Beirut grew increasingly violent over the weekend, sparking the concern of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Topics: Lebanon, Human Rights, Protests

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Vladimir Putin Is Not Reforming the State. He's Taking Power for Himself.

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and his entire cabinet resigned last week in the wake of what The New York Times' Andrew Higgins calls "sweeping constitutional changes." This is the first major alteration of Russia's constitution since the...
Topics: Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Medvedev, Russia

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Refugee Crisis & 'Anti-Muslim' Concerns: CAA Protests are Driven by Two Different Agendas –...

The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) has become a test for the Indian leadership as some states are opposing the implementation of the new law, dubbed by the political opposition as "anti-Muslim". Amrita Dhillon, the founding editor of a New...
Topics: Protests, India, New Delhi

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Ex-PM Rajiv Gandhi Assassination Case: Apex Court Slams CBI for Failing to Make Progress

New Delhi (Sputnik): Son of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, took over the county's reins at 40 after his mother was assassinated in 1984. He became the country’s youngest prime minister. On 21 May 1991, at an election rally in...
Topics: India, New Delhi

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Yemen: Shi’ite jihadists target Sunni mosque in missile attack, murder at least 73

Articles, government commissions, etc., devoted to the evils of “Islamophobia”: countless. Casualties from “Islamophobia”: zero. Articles, government commissions, etc., devoted to the evils of the Sunni-Shi’ite jihad:...
Topics: Yemen

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Five Killed, 11 Injured in Car Crash in Southern Egypt - Police

CAIRO (Sputnik) – Five people were killed and 11 were injured as a result of a three car pileup in Egypt's southern province of Sohag, the local police department said on Tuesday.
Topics: Egypt, Police, Cairo

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