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Biden’s Handlers Bomb Syria: The Military-Industrial Complex is Back in the Saddle Again

The military-industrial complex is back in the saddle again. My latest in FrontPage: In December, I wrote an article entitled: “Here We Go: Swamp Rats Start Laying the Groundwork for Sending U.S. Troops Into Syria.” And in January, I wrote an...
Topics: Joe Biden, Syria, Military

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US Warns World Getting 'Taste' of Chinese Domination

Top U.S. officials are warning that countries around the world can no longer hide from the ramifications of an ever more ambitious and aggressive China. And they say Beijing is growing ever more comfortable flexing its military might farther away...
Topics: China, Beijing, Military

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Former French Leader Sarkozy Says Does Not Plan to Run for President in 2022

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy said he did not intend to run for president in the upcoming elections in 2022.
Topics: Nicolas Sarkozy, Russia, Moscow

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Turkey-Iran Tensions Rise as Ankara Expands Operations in Iraq

Turkish-Iranian tensions are rising over Turkey's ongoing military operations against Kurdish militants in northern Iraq. The regional rivals are engaged in increasingly bitter diplomatic sparring as Ankara threatens to expand its Iraqi operations...
Topics: Turkey, Iran, Ankara, Iraq, Military

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In Myanmar, A Digital-Savvy Nation Poses a New Challenge for the Military

The country can’t function with the Internet turned off, but, as long as it remains on, pro-democracy protesters can’t easily be controlled.
Topics: Myanmar, Military, Protests

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"Largely Unmonitored" Injection Of Billions Fueled "Runaway Corruption" In...

"Largely Unmonitored" Injection Of Billions Fueled "Runaway Corruption" In War-Torn Afghanistan: Report Yet another US government report on Afghanistan has been published that chronicles the obscene waste that seems to have been...
Topics: Afghanistan

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Ex-French President’s Conviction Shows ‘First-World Countries’ Can, Do, and Should Punish...

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Politicians in India Take the Stomach Route to Win Potential Voters' Hearts

Polling for assembly elections is scheduled for four states in India - West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Assam along with one Union Territory, Puducherry over the next two months. Political campaigning is one of the most awaited times for many...
Topics: India

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Nearly 300 schoolgirls abducted in northern Nigeria have been released

Nigeria’s President has ordered a massive military operation following the safe return of nearly 300 schoolgirls who were kidnapped last week – the latest in a string of abductions. They were taken from their boarding school in Jangebe...
Topics: Nigeria, Military

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YouTube Removes RT's Video of Trump's 'Violative' CPAC Speech

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - YouTube has deleted RT’s video of ex-US President Donald Trump’s speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Florida, saying that the "violative" address was not adequately flagged, the broadcaster said on...
Topics: World Videos, Donald Trump, CPAC, Russia, Moscow

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Colombia to allow 30% attendance of Copa America

Bogota (AFP) – Colombia said Tuesday it would open its stadiums to the public for the 2021 Copa America it will co-host with Argentina, with a 30-percent maximum attendance due to the coronavirus pandemic. “A Copa America without an...
Topics: Colombia, Bogota, Argentina

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13-year-old stabbed a store clerk after being told to wear a mask, police say

Police say a 13-year-old boy stabbed a convenience store clerk on Friday after being told to wear mask in Canada. The unsettling incident unfolded in Winnipeg, Manitoba, when the maskless boy entered the store on Isabel street, according to a...
Topics: Police, Canada, Facebook, Social Media

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Israeli court sentences Khalida Jarrar to two years in prison

An Israeli military court sentenced Palestinian politician Khalida Jarrar on Monday to two years in prison on charges of “inciting violence” and belonging to a “banned organization.” Jarrar was arrested from her home in the...
Topics: Military

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Switzerland Set to Vote in National Referendum on 'Burqa Ban'

The legislative initiative, which is currently up for a vote, doesn’t explicitly state that Muslim women residing in Switzerland are targeted, but will usher in a ban on facial coverings, such as niqabs, in public.
Topics: Switzerland, Referendum

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Press Freedom Group Calls for Release of Media Members in Ethiopia

An influential press freedom group called on Ethiopia Tuesday to release journalists and workers arrested by government and allied troops as they battled forces loyal to the government in the Tigray region.The Committee to Protect Journalists said...
Topics: Ethiopia

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Macron Urges Rouhani to Make 'Clear Steps', Return to Commitments Under JCPOA

PARIS (Sputnik) - French President Emmanuel Macron, during a telephone conversation with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, expressed concern over decisions made by Iran in violation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the Elysee...
Topics: Emmanuel Macron, France, Paris, Iran

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Mozambique: Jihad violence creates humanitarian crisis, 670,000 displaced

The humanitarian crisis in Mozambique worsened rapidly and will inevitably escalate. Brutal jihad violence has been a 1,400-year menace that continues to this day. It’s all about Islamic expansionism, yet the Western world continues to ignore...
Topics: Mozambique

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FBI Pushing Tech Firms to Write Own Backdoors Into Encrypted Messaging Apps, Director Tells Congress

The US has on spurious grounds banned Chinese tech firms for ostensibly placing surveillance backdoors into their technology on behalf of the Chinese government. However, the head of the US’ Federal Bureau of Investigation has revealed the law...
Topics: FBI

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How #BringBackOurGirls Became an International Rallying Cry

In 2014, more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls were kidnapped. It hardly made global headlines—until a Twitter hashtag took off.
Topics: Social Media

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Canadiens Need to Get Frolik in the Lineup

The common saying that patience is a virtue — commendably displaying character through composure and enduring through a difficult situation — must be the guiding mantra of Montreal Canadiens veteran ... Read moreCanadiens Need to Get Frolik in...
Topics: Canada, Montreal

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