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US military accused of stealing 50 tons of gold form Syria

US military steal 50 tons gold Syria

The U.S. Army is transferring tons of gold from Daesh-held areas in Syria to the U.S., multiple reports said. According to a source who spoke to Kurdish Bas News Agency, the U.S. forces transferred about 50 tons of gold from areas seized from Daesh terrorists in eastern Syria’s Deir el-Zour …

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United States calls on Al-Qaeda to stage false flag attack in Syria

United States ISIS false flag Syria chemical attack

In a move that was entirely predictable, the US administration is once again threatening to bomb Syria if there is a “chemical weapons attack”. This was entirely predictable because that chemical attack script has been read out, with salty crocodile tears, fake concern, and mocked indignation by US talking heads …

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Saudi-led airstrike in Yemen kills 50, mostly children

Airstrike in Yemen Saudi Arabia

Fifty people died in a bus attack in Yemen and 77 were injured, most of whom were children, the International Committee of the Red Cross stated, citing officials. The Saudi-led coalition has called the attack “legitimate.” The attack took place in Dahyan Market in northern Saada, a Houthi rebel stronghold, …

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Australian military kills more civilians in Iraq

Australian military kills civilians Iraq

The Australian defence force says allegations that an air force bomb in Mosul, Iraq, killed civilians are “credible”. The Australian Super Hornet airstrike last year is said to have killed two civilian adults and injured two children when it bombed a terrace house in west Mosul. Amnesty International says the strike “may …

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YouTube begins removing conservative channels from its platform

Conservative YouTube censorship

YouTube has said its removals of right-wing video channels were a mistake, something conservative users are finding hard to believe. YouTube blamed the blunder on the inexperience of its newly hired force of moderators. “As we work to hire rapidly and ramp up our policy enforcement teams throughout 2018, newer …

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