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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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Nations must unite against world’s hegemonic Zionism: Ahmadinejad

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has underscored the need for a united global front to deal with ‘the inhumane’ hegemony of Zionism, embodied in Israel. “The Zionist regime (Israel) is both the symbol of Zionism in the world and a tool to reinforce the dominance of arrogant powers in the region …

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List of countries destroyed by Hillary Clinton

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In an email sent to his business partner and Democratic fundraiser Jeffrey Leeds, former Secretary of State Colin Powell wrote of Hillary Clinton, “Everything HRC touches she kind of screws up with hubris.” Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State during Barack Obama’s first term was an unmitigated disaster for many …

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Why Trump’s Wall Would Never Work In The UK

The whole world was left shocked and stunned when President Donald Trump declared that he would be having an “impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful, southern border wall” built between the USA and Mexico. As it stands the border is around 1,900 miles long and takes in various terrains. Trump’s wall …

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Nobel Peace Prize President dropped 26,171 bombs last year

Nobel Peace Prize President Obama bombs

According to an analysis of Defense Department data from the Council on Foreign Relations, a non-partisan think tank, the majority of the bombs were dropped in Iraq and Syria. The U.S. leads an international coalition fighting the Islamic State group in both countries and has carried out air operations in …

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Refugee crisis: Made in America

Syrian refugee child

On April 29th, 2008 I had a Saul on the Road to Damascus moment. I had flipped open the Washington Post and there, on the front page, was a color photo of a two year old Iraqi boy named Ali Hussein being pulled from the rubble of a house that had been …

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Blackwater threatened to kill US State Department investigator

Blackwater Iraq

A senior official with the private security firm Blackwater threatened to kill a US State Department investigator in 2007 for attempting to review the group’s performance in Iraq. An internal State Department memorandum featured by the New York Times Monday reveals how the investigator, Jean C. Richter, alerted his superiors following the …

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US approves drones for civilian use

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued certificates for two types of unmanned aircraft for civilian use. The move is expected to lead to the first approved commercial drone operation later this summer. The two unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are the Scan Eagle X200 and Aero Vironment’s PUMA. They both …

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CIA catches itself in new underwear bomb plot

‘Al-CIA-Duh bomber’ was a CIA informant. The man hired by al-Qaeda to bomb a US airliner was a CIA informant, who provided the organization with the explosive device himself. However, American officials still fear a raft of new attacks on the country’s airplanes. The man worked for the US and …

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Hospital bombing: US changes story fourth time in four days

General John Campbell Pentagon Afghanistan hospital Kunduz

US special operations forces – not their Afghan allies – called in the deadly airstrike on the Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz, the US commander has conceded. Shortly before General John Campbell, the commander of the US and Nato war in Afghanistan, testified to a Senate panel, the president …

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Murder is the foreign policy of the United States

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Washington has a long history of massacring people, for example, the destruction of the Plains Indians by the Union war criminals Sherman and Sheridan and the atomic bombs dropped on Japanese civilian populations, but Washington has progressed from periodic massacres to full-time massacring. From the Clinton regime forward, massacre of …

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Saudi Arabia is losing money fast, dumping of US debt expected

Saudi Arabia King Salman Obama

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group With the price of oil plunging and increased military spending in Yemen, Saudi Arabia is dipping into its reserves to make ends meet. In December alone, the kingdom blew $19.4 billion of its now remaining $608.4 billion. With the nation burning through almost $100 billion in reserves in …

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Deadly virus leaked from US lab in Ukraine: 20 dead, 200 injured

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Chemical, biological and radiological warfare is a longstanding US practice, used in direct and proxy wars, Syrians and Yemenis notably affected. On January 22, the Donbass International News Agency (DINA) headlined “Deadly virus leaked from US laboratory – DPR Army and Intelligence,” saying: “More than 20 Ukrainian soldiers have died and over …

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Terrorist attack: United States bombs civilian hospital in Afghanistan

MSF staff Kunduz hospital Afghanistan

Up to 20 civilians were killed by U.S. airstrikes in Afghanistan early Saturday morning that hit a hospital in Kunduz. According to reports, another 37 people have been injured and many more remain unaccounted for. The hospital is operated by a French affiliate of Doctors Without Borders, Médecins Sans Frontières (MFS), and was the only …

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Second Saudi Prince killed during crackdown

Saudi Prince Abdul Aziz bin Fahd

Following the death of Prince Mansour bin-Muqrin in a helicopter crash near the Yemen border yesterday, the Saudi Royal Court has confirmed the death of Prince Abdul Aziz bin Fahd – killed during a firefight as authorities attempted to arrest him. The death has been confirmed by the Saudi royal court. The …

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