Philippines president cozies up to China after talking tough about the U.S.

Philippines president cozies up to China after talking tough about the U.S.

The tough-talking new president of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, has heaped effusive praise on China in the opening days of a state visit to Beijing, a marked contrast to his often profane rhetoric about the United States, his country’s historical...
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FLASHBACK: Computer Programmer Testifies that He Rigged Voting Machines

FLASHBACK: Computer Programmer Testifies that He Rigged Voting Machines

In a blast from the past that people need to be aware of in this voting season, Clinton Eugene “Clint” Curtis is an American attorney, computer programmer and ex-employee of NASA and ExxonMobil, told the world in open testimony that...
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The big Mosul offensive is stuck, halted by ISIS

The big Mosul offensive is stuck, halted by ISIS

Less than a day after its launch, the big Mosul offensive prepared for more than a year by the US, the Iraqi army, Kurdish forces and others, ground to a halt Tuesday Oct. 17, DEBKAfile’s military sources report – although...
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Jihadi rehab: Swedish city plans free driver’s license, housing & tax perks for returning fighters

Jihadi rehab: Swedish city plans free driver’s license, housing & tax perks for returning fighters

A Swedish city is considering giving jihadists returning from Syria and Iraq free housing, a driver’s license, and tax benefits to ease their reintegration, but social media users have slammed the proposal, saying it ignores the terrorists’ victims. The su...
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NAVY OFFICER TELLS ALASKANS: PREPARE FOR WAR

NAVY OFFICER TELLS ALASKANS: PREPARE FOR WAR

An unnamed former Navy official has warned the residents of Alaska to prepare for an invasion in the event of war between the U.S. and Russia. The Daily Star has reported that a former high-ranking Naval official has evidence to...
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Establishment of far-right party in Ukraine an attempt to legalize neo-Nazism

Establishment of far-right party in Ukraine an attempt to legalize neo-Nazism

The establishment of the far-right party “National Corps” in Ukraine is an attempt to officially legalize neo-Nazism in the country, the Head of the Centre of Sociological Research “Special Status”, Candidate of Political Sciences Aleksandr Protsenko i...
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Vladimir Putin’s nuclear warships pictured steaming towards the English Channel as Royal Navy prepares to scramble fleet

Vladimir Putin’s nuclear warships pictured steaming towards the English Channel as Royal Navy prepares to scramble fleet

A FLEET of Russian nuclear ships have been spotted steaming out of base – and it is heading for Britain. Vladimir Putin‘s policy of gunboat diplomacy continued as a giant aircraft carrier and nuclear submarine were among eight vessels snapped...
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Hamas test-fires long-range rocket into sea off Gaza

Hamas test-fires long-range rocket into sea off Gaza

The Palestinian terror group Hamas fired at least one long-range missile into the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of the Gaza Strip on Monday morning, in what appeared to be a weapons test. The booms of detonations could be heard...
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RT: NatWest to close Russian channel’s UK bank accounts

RT: NatWest to close Russian channel’s UK bank accounts

NatWest bank is to close the accounts of Russia’s state-run broadcaster, RT. Editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan tweeted: “They’ve closed our accounts in Britain. All our accounts. ‘The decision is not subject to review.’ Praise be...
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UNESCO chief ‘received death threats’ for opposing Jerusalem motion

UNESCO chief ‘received death threats’ for opposing Jerusalem motion

UNESCO chief Irina Bokova has received “death threats” after expressing reservations about an Arab-backed resolution denying Israel’s history in Jerusalem, Israel’s ambassador to the UN agency said on Monday. “The director general has received death ...
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UNESCO’s executive board adopts Jerusalem resolution

UNESCO’s executive board adopts Jerusalem resolution

Despite last-ditch Israeli efforts, motion ignoring Jewish and Christian historical ties to holy sites is ratified by cultural body. In spite of an Israeli effort to delay a final vote, the UN cultural agency on Tuesday adopted a controversial Arab-sponsored.....
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UNESCO Won’t Hold New Vote on Contentious Jerusalem Resolution After Mexico Withdraws Request read more: http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium-1.747994

UNESCO Won’t Hold New Vote on Contentious Jerusalem Resolution After Mexico Withdraws Request read more: http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium-1.747994

After announcing its intention to trigger a special clause allowing them to demand a new vote, Mexico instead opted to issue a statement, echoed by Brazil, on its changed position on the Temple Mount resolution. read more: www.haaretz.com… Source: http:...
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Terrorists in Syria Continue Receiving Modern Weaponry, Including US-Made

Terrorists in Syria Continue Receiving Modern Weaponry, Including US-Made

Rebels in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo are being supplied with modern weaponry, including the US-made Tow anti-tank missiles systems, the Russian General Staff said Monday. “On September 14, terrorists launched attacks on the Syrian government for...
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Terrorists Execute Residents Attempting to Leave E Aleppo – Russian Gen Staff

Terrorists Execute Residents Attempting to Leave E Aleppo – Russian Gen Staff

Terrorists carry out public executions of residents attempting to leave Eastern Aleppo, the Russian General Staff stated Monday. The situation in Syria’s Aleppo remains extremely difficult, the al-Nusra Front terrorists have intensified shelling of residen...
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Obama Calls for ‘Truthiness Tests’ for Media Companies

Obama Calls for ‘Truthiness Tests’ for Media Companies

President Barack Obama floated the notion of a test for media organizations, griping about the wide-spread existence of alternative media available in America. He was critical of the current Wild West online environment where people could say anything on socia...
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In Somalia, U.S. Escalates a Shadow War

In Somalia, U.S. Escalates a Shadow War

The Obama administration has intensified a clandestine war in Somalia over the past year, using Special Operations troops, airstrikes, private contractors and African allies in an escalating campaign against Islamist militants in the anarchic Horn of Africa n...
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1 Dead, 9 Injured as Russia Detains North Korean Boat Who Resisted Search

1 Dead, 9 Injured as Russia Detains North Korean Boat Who Resisted Search

What a lucky break for Russia, as there will be no protests from anyone in the US over this incident – because it happened to a North Korean vessel.  Previously, Russian relations with North Korean have been stable, and some might...
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Leaked Email: Israeli Officials See Obama as ‘Weak,’ ‘Pro-Muslim,’ ‘Anti-Israel’

Leaked Email: Israeli Officials See Obama as ‘Weak,’ ‘Pro-Muslim,’ ‘Anti-Israel’

Weeks before the Iran nuclear deal was finalized last summer, a former U.S. ambassador reportedly told a senior Hillary Clinton campaign adviser he was struck by “the depth of antipathy and distrust of President Obama” he encountered among Israeli official...
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Iran’s 34th fleet faces US flotilla opposite Yemen

Iran’s 34th fleet faces US flotilla opposite Yemen

Iran’s Navy commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari announced Thursday, Oct. 13, that the Iranian 34th Fleet had deployed warships to the Bab al-Mandeb strait opposite the shores of Yemen. He made no mention of the US Tomahawk attack two days...
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USS Mason fires missiles in Red Sea after apparent attack

USS Mason fires missiles in Red Sea after apparent attack

The Navy destroyer USS Mason fired countermeasures in the Red Sea on Saturday after it detected what it believed were incoming missiles. Officials Saturday night were uncertain about what exactly happened, if there were multiple incoming missiles or if there.....
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