Israel will share ‘evidence’ of Obama-UN collusion with Trump, ambassador says

Israel will share ‘evidence’ of Obama-UN collusion with Trump, ambassador says

Israel’s ambassador the United States says his country will share evidence with President-elect Donald Trump that the Obama administration was behind a United Nations Security Council resolution that condemned Israel’s settlements in Palestinian territory, though the ambassador did not offer...
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Israel accuses Obama administration of helping craft, push UN censure

Israel accuses Obama administration of helping craft, push UN censure

Israel’s government publicly accused the Obama administration Sunday of helping create and push the recently passed United Nations resolution condemning settlement activity, with a top official telling Fox News they have “ironclad information” on the U.S...
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Netanyahu: Obama ‘Failed to Protect Israel Against This Gang-Up at the UN’

Netanyahu: Obama ‘Failed to Protect Israel Against This Gang-Up at the UN’

The office of Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected Friday’s vote at the United Nations Security Council in favor of an anti-Israel resolution, calling it “shameful” and blasting President Barack Obama for ganging up against the Middle Ea...
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Facebook Employees Are Quitting Because Users Are Being Censored

Facebook Employees Are Quitting Because Users Are Being Censored

The war on “fake news” embarked upon by Facebook, Google, and Twitter may be earning the media goliaths brownie points with establishment politicos, but users — and even employees — aren’t feeling as enthusiastic. In the midst of backlash over the.....
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How Big Oil Pushed to Make Dakota Access-Style Permitting a New Normal

How Big Oil Pushed to Make Dakota Access-Style Permitting a New Normal

In the two months leading up to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ decision to issue to the Dakota Access pipeline project an allotment of Nationwide 12 permits (NWP) — a de facto fast-track federal authorization of the project — an army of...
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New Putin move to win a military base in Libya

New Putin move to win a military base in Libya

Libyan Gen Khalifa Hafter arrived in Moscow Sunday, Nov. 26, with a request for Russian arms and military support for his army. He was welcomed in Moscow, which saw an opening for Russia to gain its first military base in...
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Israel Fire Updates: 30 Arrested in Connection With Fires, Police Official Says

Israel Fire Updates: 30 Arrested in Connection With Fires, Police Official Says

Israel fires: Several of suspected arsonists linked to fires in Arab towns, police mum on others ■ Blazes under control ■ Netanyahu thanks Palestinian president for assistance ■ U.S. supertanker carries out mission over Jerusalem. Firefighters gained con...
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BREAKING: Fidel Castro has died at age 90, brother says

BREAKING: Fidel Castro has died at age 90, brother says

HAVANA (AP) — Former Cuban President Fidel Castro has died at age 90, his brother, President Raul Castro announced late Friday on state television. Source: http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/cae69a7523db45408eeb2b3a98c0c9c5/Article_2016-11-26-LT-Cuba-Castro/id...
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Iran Has Violated Nuclear Deal Again, Says UN Watchdog

Iran Has Violated Nuclear Deal Again, Says UN Watchdog

Last week, Iran exceeded its limit on heavy water for the second time since the agreement concerning its nuclear program was signed last January, the UN nuclear watchdog organization International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reported. The Joint Comprehensive P...
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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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Podesta lamented that San Bernardino killer was Muslim, “not a guy named Christopher Hayes”

Podesta lamented that San Bernardino killer was Muslim, “not a guy named Christopher Hayes”

Podesta, the Clinton Campaign Chairman, was reflecting the perspective held generally by Leftists: the truth doesn’t fit their narrative. Reality is revoltingly inconvenient, so they are determined to ignore and deny it and substitute a scenario more to thei...
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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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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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ISIS fighters ‘will be allowed to flee Mosul and retreat to Syria under agreement made with the US’ claims Russia

ISIS fighters ‘will be allowed to flee Mosul and retreat to Syria under agreement made with the US’ claims Russia

US agreed a deal for the safe transfer of 9,000 terrorists, Russia claims Russia says agreement is on the premise ISIS fights Vladimir Putin’s troops President Barack Obama plans to liberate Mosul this month, report says ISIS captured the Iraqi...
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USA Takes Out Iranian Bases in Yemen as an Opening Shot to a Broader Conflict

USA Takes Out Iranian Bases in Yemen as an Opening Shot to a Broader Conflict

With Iran seeing a possibly different approach to the Middle East with the next President, they have begun to make moves in the waning days of Obama’s presidency. The Iranian backed Houthis in Yemen fired a rocket at a US...
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Putin Approves Air Force Deployment in Syria

Putin Approves Air Force Deployment in Syria

President Vladimir Putin has signed a bill to deploy Russian Air Force units to Syria, the Interfax news service reported on Friday. The new law ratifies an earlier agreement signed between the Russian Federation and the Syrian Arab Republic in...
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President Hollande has admitted ‘France has a problem with Islam’

President Hollande has admitted ‘France has a problem with Islam’

French president Francois Hollande has admitted the country ‘has a problem with Islam’ and warned France’s national symbol will one day by a woman in a burka. Hollande also branded ethnic minority football stars as ‘guys from the estate...
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Russia and Turkey sign gas deal, seek common ground on Syria as ties warm

Russia and Turkey sign gas deal, seek common ground on Syria as ties warm

Turkey and Russia signed an agreement on Monday for the construction of a major undersea gas pipeline and vowed to seek common ground on the war in Syria, accelerating a normalization in ties nearly a year after Turkey shot down...
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Putin cancels Paris trip as diplomatic crisis over Syria deepens

Putin cancels Paris trip as diplomatic crisis over Syria deepens

Vladimir Putin has cancelled a trip to Paris next week after the French government accused Russian and Syrian government forces of committing war crimes in Aleppo, amid a deepening diplomatic rift over the conflict there. “The president has decided to...
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