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British paper claims western troops are in Syria

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The British Daily Star has reported in their article, “SAS HUNT BIO ARMS,” that, “nearly 200 elite SAS and SBS troops are in or around Syria hunting for Assad’s weapons of mass destruction.” The Star also claims that the SAS are accompanied by British MI6, US CIA, and both French …

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Libya destroyed by the west, $7 billion in gold and silver missing

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A declassified email sent on April 2, 2011 to then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reveals the invasion of Libya was launched to prevent Muammar Gaddafi from establishing a pan-African currency based on Libya’s gold Dinar. According to the document posted on the US State Department website advisors to Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, …

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IMF boss Christine Lagarde under investigation in corruption case

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IMF chief Christine Lagarde has confirmed that she is being investigated for alleged “negligence” in a corruption probe when she was French Finance Minister in 2008, she told AFP. “The investigating commission of the Court of Justice of the French Republic has decided to place me under formal investigation,” Lagarde told …

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Donald Trump’s State visit to the UK

Donald Trump, the most controversial President of the United States, will make a state visit to the United Kingdom from Monday 3rd to Wednesday 5th of June, Buckingham Palace has announced. The President and his wife, First Lady Melania Trump, will be guests of Her Majesty the Queen when they …

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From currency debasement to social collapse: 4 case studies

At its most fundamental level, SocGen’s Dylan Grice notes that economic activity is no more than an exchange between strangers. It depends, therefore, on a degree of trust between strangers. Since money is the agent of exchange, it is the agent of trust. Debasing money therefore debases trust. Grice emphasizes that …

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When Churches Fall: What Should We Do?

This week saw far more than one church fall down. While the world is still in shock over the fire at Notre Dame, the Easter weekend saw multiple other churches tumble down too. The cause this time: bombs. Here’s the interesting fact: while millions—almost billions—of dollars were almost immediately pledged …

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Africom: US opens drone base in Niger

U.S. begins drone operation in Niger

The US has set up a new drone base in Niger reportedly aimed at fighting al-Qaeda and its affiliates in Africa and helping French troops in their war on Mali. A report by The New York Times said on Friday that the US deployed a number of Predator drones to Niger, suggesting …

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Stock prices of weapons manufacturers soaring since Paris attack

The Paris attacks took place on Friday night. Since then, France’s president has vowed “war” on ISIS and today significantly escalated the country’s bombing campaign in Syria (France has been bombing ISIS in Iraq since last January, and began bombing the group in Syria in September). Already this morning, as Aaron Cantú noticed, the stocks of the leading weapons manufacturers — …

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Russia: western air strikes in Syria illegal under UN charter

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said today during a news conference air strikes in Syria by France and Britain are in violation of the Charter of the United Nations. Lavrov said during a meeting of the UN General Assembly on Wednesday Russia is conducting military action in Syria at the request …

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Brazilian newspapers give ‘freeloader’ Google News the boot

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Over 100 of Brazil’s main newspapers have blocked internet giant Google’s news service from using their content. They say Google News has actually reduced their site traffic and benefits commercially from material it has refused to pay for. The 154 publications that make up Brazil’s National Association of Newspapers, known …

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United Nations wants to use drones

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The U.N. wants to use drones, the French news agency Agence France-Presse reports. “The United Nations wants to use drones for the first time to monitor fighting in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, where Rwanda has been accused of aiding rebels,” says the report, quoting U.N. officials. The international body …

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Autonomous cars may be on the road next year

Autonomous cars vehicles next year

Autonomous vehicles with no human backup will be put to the test on publicly traveled roads as early as next year in what may be the first attempt at unassisted autonomous piloting. Automotive electronics and parts maker Delphi and French transport company Transdev plan to use autonomous taxis and a …

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Team 9/11: Israeli Mossad and Saudi Arabia planning attack on Iran

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Israel’s Mossad, along with Saudi officials, is working on contingency plans that could include an attack on Iran if its nuclear program is not curbed enough during the negotiations in Geneva this week, a new report has revealed. Both powers have expressed concern that restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program will …

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