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Remembering The 1968 Soviet Invasion Of Czechoslovakia

Activists are using a variety of strategies to keep the memory alive in the public consciousnessSoviet tanks in central Prague on August 21, 1968. Photo by Václav Bradáč, used with permission from the Czech Institute for the Study of...
Related topics: Activism, Czech Republic, Prague

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Loophole Dropped Epstein From New Mexico Sex Offender Registry

The Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse investigation is intensifying in New Mexico, where authorities once took him off the state's sex offender registry. Exclusive photos show Epstein's $17 million ranch in a remote part of New Mexico, where accusations...

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Babysitting During A Parliament Debate

A photo of the Speaker of New Zealand’s parliament cradling a lawmaker’s baby while presiding over a debate has gone viral, the BBC reports.
Related topics: Debate, New Zealand, BBC

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After 12 Years, These Deadly B-52 Stratofortress Bombers Have Returned To Combat

Dario Leone Security, Middle East Against who? “The Bomber Barons are 100 percent ready,” said Lt. Col. Michael Maginness, 23rd BS commander. Taken on Jan. 31, 2017 in the airspace above North Dakota, the cool photos in this post show a B-52H...

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Solomon: ‘long Wait For Transparency’ Over Russian Collusion Docs May Soon End; Could ‘rock...

Official portrait of President Donald J. Trump, Friday, October 6, 2017. (Official White House photo by Shealah Craighead)   Last September, President Trump announced he would order the declassification and release of all relevant documents...
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Trump Gets It On Israel And The Democrat Party

President Trump Official White House Photo Trump Gets It On Israel and the Democrat Party As reported by my colleague and good friend Sister Toldjah here, President Trump is calling out Democrat fakery whenever he finds it. In his latest, he called...
Related topics: Israel, White House

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Candice Swanepoel’s Latest Revealing Bikini Pic Sends Instagram Into Meltdown

Candice Swanepoel is sending Instagram into meltdown with her latest bikini photo. The gorgeous Victoria’s Secret model left seriously little to the imagination in a new snap posted to her official account on August 20 as she flashed some skin...
Related topics: Candice Swanepoel, Instagram

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Three People Dead As Helicopter Crashes In India (photo)

According to NDTV, an Indian media outlet, Indo-Tibetan Border Police staff who were involved in relief work spotted the helicopter crashing in India's Uttarkashi district.
Related topics: India, Police

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'he Truly Was There': Nebraska Photographer Helps Teen Honor Fallen Army Father In Senior...

Photographer Susanne Beckmann shared photos of Julia Yllescas that were edited to include her Army father who was killed in Afghanistan.       
Related topics: Photography, Afghanistan

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Ouch: Trump Once Again Calls Afghanistan The “harvard Of Terrorists”

(AP Photo/Richard Drew) This can NOT be a good recruiting tool for Harvard. President Trump today in the Oval Office covered a wide range of issues from trade with China to the economy but he said something about the war in Afghanistan that stuck...
Related topics: Afghanistan, Harvard University, Terrorism, Oval Office, China

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Trump Says He “doesn’t Buy” Tlaib’s Tears, Reminds People That The Squad Are The Faces Of...

Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., right, consoles and Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., as Tlaib talked about Israel’s refusal to allow them to visit the country during a news conference Monday, Aug. 19, 2019 at the State Capitol in St. Paul, Minn. (AP...
Related topics: Israel

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World’s Last Loa Water Frogs Found Malnourished, Rescued In Chile

One of the malnourished Loa water frogs rescued near the city of Calama, Antofagasta Region, Chile, July 2019. (Photo Credit: Ministry of Housing and Urbanism of Chile) Conservationists and government officials have evacuated what may...
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German Theme Park Closes Ride Resembling Giant Swastikas After Backlash

A German amusement park was forced to shut down a new attraction after visitors pointed out it resembled two giant swastikas rotating across the skyline.Photo: EuroNewsRead more...

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You Can’t Put Capitalism Over Sustainability—and Other Lessons From China

David KortenNanjing Road in Shanghai, China.  (Photo by DuKai/Getty Images)
Related topics: China, Shanghai

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Why The World Is Watching The Fate Of An Iranian Tanker In The Mediterranean

Vijay PrashadThe British seized the Iranian tanker at the urging of the United States. (Photo: Jorge Guerrero/AFP/Getty Images)

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Key Trump Policies Show A Person Mentally Disordered: Megalomaniacal, Paranoid, And Psychopathic

Jeffrey D. SachsUS President Donald Trump arrives to pose for a family photo with participants of the G7 summit during the Summit of the Heads of State and of Government of the G7, the group of most industrialized economies, plus the European Union,...
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‘agt’ Judge Gabrielle Union Stuns In Makeup-free Photos With 9-month-old Daughter Kaavia

Gabrielle Union is once again proving she’s most definitely a natural beauty. The flawless America’s Got Talent judge looked stunning in new photos recently posted to her Instagram account that showed her smiling from ear to ear while...
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China Is The Latest Superpower To Get Caught Waging A Disinformation Campaign On Twitter

Protesters in Hong Kong march over the weekend. Over 1 million Hong Kongese protesters filled the streets of Hong Kong Island to protest against police brutality and other grievances | Photo by Matthew Hatcher/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty...
Related topics: China, Social Media, Protests, Hong Kong, Police

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Mozambique Pushes For Sim Card Registration, Raising Privacy And Election Monitoring Concerns

SIM card registration ‘facilitates surveillance’mCel, is one of Mozambique's three mobile operators ordered by the government to register SIM cards. Photo: Dércio Tsandzana, July 16, 2019. Used with permission. Mozambique is pushing...
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Tonga Threatens To Ban Facebook Over Anti-monarchy Posts

Students from Tonga's Tailulu College making the most of new high-speed broadband services at 2013 World Telecommunication and Information Society Day celebrations in the the Tongan capital, Nuku'alofa. Nukua'lofa, Tonga. Photo and...
Related topics: Tonga, Facebook, Social Media

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