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De-escalation ‘an absolute must’ in Israel-Palestine conflict: Guterres

De-escalation of the Palestine-Israel conflict is “an absolute must” said the UN Secretary-General on Wednesday, declaring that the mounting death toll, including children, was totally unacceptable.
Topics: Israel, Palestine

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Germany: Antifa attacks shop selling Israeli delicacies

The left always aligns with the jihad. “Schorndorf: Antifa attacks Israeli store,” translated from “Schorndorf: Antifa greift Israel-Laden an,” PI News, May 11, 2021 (thanks to Medforth): On Saturday night there was a paint...
Topics: Germany, Israel

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March 2021: Biden’s handlers confirmed PA gave aid cash to jihadis but said this wouldn’t...

Your taxpayer dollars at work, funding the bloody “Palestinian” jihad against Israel, thanks to Biden’s handlers. “Palestinians Funneled Hundreds of Millions to Terrorists, State Dept Report Reveals,” by Adam Kredo,...
Topics: Joe Biden, Israel, Terrorism

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The lies and conspiracy theories from neocon ‘crazies’ that fueled Iraq war are subject of new...

ENOUGH ALREADY: TIME TO END THE WAR ON TERRORISM by Scott Horton 318 pp. The Libertarian Institute. $19.99 Last month Foreign Affairs ran an article saying that Iran and Israel were engaged in mutual hostilities that could drag the United States...
Topics: Conspiracy Theories, Iraq, Terrorism, Iran, Israel

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China's Military Is Having More Than Just a Growth Spurt

Michael Peck Chinese Military, Asia The People's Liberation Army is embracing all those capabilities that make an army more deadly than mere numbers suggest. Here's What You Need to Remember: Chinese military power is changing shape and expanding...
Topics: China, Military

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U.S. Asks Mexico to Investigate Labor Issues at G.M. Facility

The administration learned of what appeared to be “serious violations” of labor rights, it said, and is using a new tool in the North American trade deal to seek a review.

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Instagram reportedly removed posts about a holy Islamic mosque after the company associated #alAqsa...

A member of Israeli police runs after a cameraman during clashes with Palestinians at the compound that houses Al-Aqsa Mosque, known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as Temple Mount, in Jerusalem's Old City, May 10, 2021. Ammar...
Topics: Instagram, Terrorism, Police, Israel, Jerusalem, Reuters

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NATO's Trillion Dollar Budget Can't Buy Enough Firepower to Save The Baltics From Russia

Michael Peck Nuclear War, Europe If nuclear weapons won't do it what will? Here's What You Need To Remember: Russian forces would likely conduct a well-dispersed, fast-moving advance into the Baltic States, which would mean NATO tactical nuclear...
Topics: Nato, Russia

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Arsenal star eyed by Euro giants in move that could pave way for Gunners to seal £25m transfer

Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette is reportedly being eyed up by Atletico Madrid this summer. The Frenchman is approaching the final year of his contract at the Emirates Stadium, and it might... Click Story Headline Above To Read/Watch/Comment...
Topics: Spain, Madrid

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Sure, We Should Reform WHO, but the Chinese Regime Is the Real Problem

A new British government report concludes the WHO is ‘clearly unfit’ to stop another pandemic. Then again, China lied to them a lot.
Topics: China

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Number of children traveling alone at border drops in April

It's down 9% from March, when it hit an all-time high. The number of unaccompanied children encountered on the U.S. border with Mexico in April eased from an all-time high a month earlier, while more adults were found coming without families,...
Topics: Mexico

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“We have some ideas” – Thomas Tuchel makes Chelsea transfer vow

Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has spoken out on his desire to avoid arguments with the club board in the upcoming summer transfer window. The German tactician has done tremendous work since replacing... Click Story Headline Above To...

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Colonial Realities: From Sheikh Jarrah to Lydda

Palestinian citizens in Israel have been protesting in recent days against Israeli oppression in Jerusalem. They protest the displacement and dispossession of Palestinians from Sheikh Jarrah, the attack on worshipers inside the Al-Aqsa mosque,...
Topics: Israel, Protests, Jerusalem, Police

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Ex-Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Registers for June Elections

The politician, who served as president between 2005 and 2013, was well-known for his poignant criticism of Washington and Israel, as well as for controversial statements on various issues. Ahmadinejad planned to participate in the 2017 elections,...
Topics: Israel

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Vietnam veteran was carjacked by armed criminals. Then he was told to pay $2000 in tickets the...

A 73-year-old Vietnam veteran was first victimized by armed carjackers and then victimized by Washington D.C. officials who demanded he pay the tickets the criminals racked up in his stolen car. Doug Nelson had finished his late shift at the...
Topics: Vietnam

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OPPO Reno 6 Pro and 6 Pro+ spotted in TENAA listing ahead of launch

The second half of 2021 is almost upon us and OPPO is already buckling up to launch the Reno 6 series smartphones initially in China. The series will comprise three phones – Reno 6, Reno 6 Pro and Reno 6 Pro+. The latter two devices have recently...
Topics: China

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Families Seek Justice for Victims of June 2019 Crackdown in Khartoum

Sudanese investigators recently questioned top military chiefs on the ruling Sovereign Council about a deadly June 2019 crackdown on pro-democracy protesters. But right defenders and relatives of victims doubt the generals will ever face...
Topics: Military, Protests

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In Iraq, powerful militias assassinate protesters with impunity

The killings take place in public, but no prosecutions follow. Activists blame groups linked to Iran.
Topics: Iraq, Protests, Activism, Iran

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Pope Holds First In-Person Public Audience at Vatican in Six Months

A joyful Pope Francis greeted a group of about 300 faithful in a Vatican courtyard Wednesday as he resumed his in-person weekly general audience with members of the public for the first time in six months. The COVID-19 pandemic shut down the pope's...
Topics: Pope Francis, Religion, Vatican

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Firsthand Accounts of Illegal Immigration Surge: Observations From Front Lines

The Daily Signal recently traveled to Cochise County, Arizona—which shares 83 miles of border with Mexico—to see firsthand how the illegal immigration crisis is affecting those who work and live on the U.S. side of the southern...
Topics: Mexico

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