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Trump Mocks Teen Activist Greta Thunberg: Work on Your ‘Anger Management Problem’

Alex Wong/Getty Images President Donald Trump lashed out at 16-year-old Greta Thunberg on Thursday morning, a day after the Swedish climate activist was named Time magazine’s person of the year. Thunberg became an international person of...
Topics: Donald Trump, Activism

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In Gabon, US Military Joins Counter-Poaching Efforts to Save Elephants

Poaching is a major threat to the survival of forest elephants in Africa.  Now the U.S. military is helping to train park rangers who are fighting to protect the elephants in the Central African country of Gabon. VOA Pentagon Correspondent Carla...
Topics: Gabon, Military, Pentagon

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Senator Lindsey Graham Lies and Says Bogus Dossier that Started Russia Collusion Hoax and Cost the...

Lying Lindsey Graham is working overtime to create a narrative that prevents him from being outed as one of the original conspirators in the Russia collusion hoax.  Anyone who saw the Steele dossier knew it was complete garbage but Lying Lindsey is...
Topics: Lindsey Graham, Russia

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‘It’s happening,’ declares Jeremy Corbyn as early UK election reports suggest ‘longest...

“These images of people queuing to vote will scare the death out of the Tories. Get up, get out, and let’s make history.” As Britons headed to the polls Thursday for the much-anticipated and highly consequential general election,...
Topics: United Kingdom, Polls

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Government regimes may be learning new Twitter tactics to quash dissent

When protesters use social media to attract attention and unify, people in power may respond with tweeting tactics designed to distract and confuse, according to a team of political scientists. In a study of Twitter interactions during Venezuela’s...
Topics: Social Media, Protests, Venezuela

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Greta Thunberg Slams COP25, Says Response to Climate Crisis Is "Clever Accounting and Creative...

At the U.N. climate summit in Madrid, 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg addressed world leaders Wednesday, hours after she was named Time magazine’s Person of the Year. Thunberg came to the talks after a trip to meet with...
Topics: Spain, Madrid, Activism

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Report: Tanzania Is Pressing Burundi Refugees to Leave

Human Rights Watch says tens of thousands of Burundian refugees face mounting pressure to involuntarily leave Tanzania amid efforts by authorities there to reduce the number of Burundians in the country.The rights group in a statement Thursday...
Topics: Tanzania, Burundi, Human Rights

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Lebanon PM asks World Bank, IMF help with economic rescue plan

Lebanon’s caretaker prime minister Thursday asked international funding bodies for support in drawing up an emergency rescue plan for his
Topics: Lebanon

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Police Arrest Protesters Amid Curfew in India's Northeast

Police arrested dozens of people and enforced curfew Thursday in several districts in India’s northeastern Assam state where thousands protested legislation granting citizenship to non-Muslims who migrated from neighboring countries.Groups of...
Topics: Police, Protests, India

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Why U.S. and Filipino Call Center Workers Are Working Together

Brenda Roberts, Sarah PrestozaSarah Prestoza and Brenda Roberts (4th and 5th individuals in the picture from Left to Right) on a CWA delegation trip to the Philippines. (Photo: Courtesy of CWA)
Topics: Philippines, World Photos

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Oil-Rich City of Khorramshahr in the Recent Uprising in Iran

Khorramshahr lies in the oil-rich southern province of Khuzestan, near the Persian Gulf and Iraq. Khorramshahr is a strategic, economic, and politically important city, due to its extensive oil reserves and access to transport through the Persian...
Topics: Iran, Iraq

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UN: Targeted Killings Continue Against Iraq Protesters

Deliberate killings, abduction and arbitrary detention are among abuses that continue against Iraqi anti-government demonstrators by unknown groups, according to a U.N. report released Wednesday.The report comes amid a string of targeted...
Topics: Iraq, Protests

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The Warfare State Lied About Afghanistan, Iraq, & Syria. They Will Lie Again!

The Warfare State Lied About Afghanistan, Iraq, & Syria. They Will Lie Again! Authored by Tho Bishop via The Mises Institute, This week saw the Washington Post published a bombshell report titled “The Afghanistan Papers,”...
Topics: Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria

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Half of Canadians Say Government Should Not Have Arrested Huawei CFO Meng - Poll

TORONTO (Sputnik) - Half of Canadians say that Canada should not have arrested Chinese tech giant Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou last December at the request of the United States, a new Angus Reid poll reveal on Thursday.
Topics: Huawei, Polls, Canada, Toronto

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Headlines for December 12, 2019

European Commission Proposes Sweeping European Green DealDOJ Inspector General Testifies to Senate Judiciary CommitteeMore Than 70 Troops Killed in Attack on Niger Military CampDemonstrations Sweep Algeria as Protesters Demand Boycott of Today's...
Topics: Niger, Military, Algeria, Protests

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Lebanon Govt. Formation Efforts Focus on Meeting Hariri’s Conditions

A new round of talks kicked off in Lebanon Monday to overcome obstacles hindering an agreement over the naming of
Topics: Lebanon

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Rohingya refugees reject Aung San Suu Kyi’s genocide denial

Rohingya refugees have accused Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi of lying to the International Court of Justice when she denied that her country’s armed forces committed genocide against them
Topics: Myanmar

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Myanmar's suppression of the Rohingya, explained in 30 seconds

Myanmar's leader is appearing before the UN International Court of Justice this week to address an accusation of genocide against the Rohingya.
Topics: Myanmar

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Argument analysis: Justices debate determination of “habitual residence” for infants in...

In 2015, Michelle Monasky left the domestic-violence safe house in Italy where she had been staying with her newborn daughter and traveled to her parents’ home in Ohio. Domenico Taglieri, Monasky’s estranged husband, later filed a lawsuit in...
Topics: Debate, Italy, Lawsuits

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Biden Confronted His Legacy On Saudi Arabia. Obama Won't.

"The Khashoggi thing is over a year old," former adviser Susan Rice said when asked if Obama would weigh in on the Saudi journalist's murder.
Topics: Joe Biden, Saudi Arabia, Barack Obama

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