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Biden’s Blunders Practically Beg Putin to Invade Ukraine

President Biden’s conduct of foreign policy reminds me of the 1960s television show Get Smart. Bumbling Secret Agent 86 — Maxwell Smart – stumbles through his battles with the evil crime syndicate KAOS. When cornered, he issues hollow threats...
Topics: Joe Biden, Vladimir Putin, Ukraine

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Ghislaine Maxwell Learning Russian in Prison to Avoid Going Insane, Report Says

The "madam" of convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein faces up to 65 years in prison for recruiting and grooming teenagers for him to abuse between 1994 and 2004.

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern cancels her wedding amid omicron outbreak

Ardern has been forced to abandon her wedding plans, which reportedly included a performance by the singer Lorde, because of an outbreak of the omicron coronavirus variant.
Topics: New Zealand

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"Career Advancement Tied To Whether You Have Kids" As China's Birth-Rate Hits Record Low

"Career Advancement Tied To Whether You Have Kids" As China's Birth-Rate Hits Record Low After China's once-in-a-decade census had already corrected the number of births in the country downwards considerably in 2020, Statista's...
Topics: China, Census

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Despite key win, Venezuela's opposition split over strategy

A deeply symbolic victory for Venezuela’s opposition hasn’t resolved a deep divide over its strategy
Topics: Venezuela

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Vaccine passport protests in Europe draw thousands of people

Thousands of people have gathered in European capitals to protest the measures.
Topics: Protests

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(Video) Aymeric Laporte heads City level after awful Southampton marking

Manchester City centre back Aymeric Laporte tends to pop up with a big goal every so often for City.  The French-born Spaniard has done this once again today, with a thundering header into the... Click Story Headline Above To Read/Watch/Comment...
Topics: World Videos

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Before Afghanistan: The Somalia Debacle (Part One)

“Good intentions notwithstanding, the United States found itself mired in a vicious quagmire in the Horn of Africa” in 1992-1993, wrote Yossef Bodansky in his 1999 book, Bin Laden: The Man Who Declared War on America. The then director of the...
Topics: Afghanistan, Somalia

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Thousands protest COVID-19 restrictions in European capitals

In several European capital cities, protesters came out in droves to demonstrate against COVID-19 measures and restrictions — the latest in a series of protests that have taken place in Europe over virus protocols. From Paris to Athens to...
Topics: Protests, France, Paris

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Samoa goes into lockdown after 15 Australians test positive

The prime minister of Samoa has placed the small Pacific nation into a 48-hour lockdown after 15 passengers on a flight from Australia tested positive for COVID-19
Topics: Australia

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Coalition denies targeting Houthi detention center in Yemen calls claims “misinformation”

The Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen branded the media reports about it targeting a detention center in Saada as”
Topics: Yemen

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Peru appeals for international help to clean up major oil spill linked to the Tonga volcano eruption

A Spanish oil company said waves caused by the volcanic eruption near Tonga last week were responsible for the spill of 6,000 barrels of oil off the coast of Peru.
Topics: Peru, Tonga, Volcanoes

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Death Toll From Airstrike in Yemen’s Saada Rises to 82 - Doctors Without Borders

UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) - The death toll from the airstrike that hit a prison in Yemen’s Saada province has surpassed 80, the Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF, or Doctors Without Borders) aid group said.
Topics: Yemen

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MI5 ‘Had Evidence’ Information Commissioner Was Under Surveillance in Cambridge Analytica...

Several years ago, Cambridge Analytica ended up in the thick of a scandal that involved Facebook. The UK private political consulting firm collected and used data from 87 million Facebook subscribers to study their habits and work out how best to...
Topics: Facebook, Social Media, United Kingdom

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Kuwaiti FM tells Lebanon to leave Gulf alone as he tries to mend ties

The Kuwaiti minister says Lebanon should not interfere in Gulf state affairs in order to improve relations. He is referring
Topics: Lebanon

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Please Take Your Seats! The War Is About to Start

Putin is the kind of guy who every morning drinks a warm mug of Napalm for breakfast. Biden is the kind of man who still sleeps cuddling his teddy bear. If you are in a hurry, that’s all you need to know about the coming war in Ukraine....
Topics: Vladimir Putin, Joe Biden, Ukraine

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Brit Laggards: Shoddy Factors All-Around Plague the Tank Force

Peter Suciu British Army, Europe Of the vehicles we do still have, some date back to the early 1960s, when the Morris 1100 was the most popular car and Elvis was the Christmas No 1. Here's What to Remember: Years of low spending, poor upkeep and...
Topics: Christmas

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Antisemitism and five lessons from the Colleyville terrorist attack

Last Saturday's hostage situation at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas, ended well — with all four hostages safe and the suspect dead. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential
Topics: Terrorism, Israel

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Irishman faces 20 years jail for 'assault' on NY flight

An Irishman who refused to wear a Covid mask during a flight from Dublin to New York and exposed his rear end to a flight attendant faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted of assault, the Justice Department said Friday. Shane McInerney, 29 and...
Topics: Ireland, Dublin

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In Kashmir, India batters press freedom — and journalists

Journalists in Indian-controlled Kashmir have long contended with threats and found themselves caught between the authorities and rebels
Topics: India

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