US Government Can Legally Access Your Facebook Data (And Now We Know How)

US Government Can Legally Access Your Facebook Data (And Now We Know How)

The end of the year is approaching, and data concerning government abuses of power has begun pouring in. According to Facebook’s Global Government Requests Report, government’s requests for Facebook account data rose 27 percent in the first half of 2016....
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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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French government offers refugees and migrants €2,500 to ‘voluntarily’ deport themselves

French government offers refugees and migrants €2,500 to ‘voluntarily’ deport themselves

‘Simply offering a sum of money will not convince people to go back. It’s futile,’ says refugee charity worker. The French government is offering €2,500 to refugees who “voluntarily” leave and return to their own countries if they do so be...
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Twitter CEO calls company ‘people’s news network’

Twitter CEO calls company ‘people’s news network’

NOTE FROM AARON: The reason Twitter is struggling is because it IS the ‘people’s news network’. The powers that be don’t like how uncontrolled it is – how anybody can report what’s happening. Twitter is a place where you can...
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Israel Plans Jerusalem-Tel Aviv Rail Line Amid Violence In Holy City

Israel Plans Jerusalem-Tel Aviv Rail Line Amid Violence In Holy City

A new, high-speed rail line connecting the Israeli cities of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv is set to be complete within the next 18 months, Reuters reported Tuesday. The project, spearheaded by the Israeli government’s transportation ministry, is expected to...
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World Weapon Trade: Saudi Arabia Armed by the West

World Weapon Trade: Saudi Arabia Armed by the West

Theresa May claims selling arms to Saudi Arabia helps ‘keep people on the streets of Britain safe’ Theresa May has staunchly defended selling arms to Saudi Arabia despite the country facing accusations of war crimes, insisting close ties “keep pe...
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U.S., others agreed ‘secret’ exemptions for Iran after nuclear deal: think tank

U.S., others agreed ‘secret’ exemptions for Iran after nuclear deal: think tank

The United States and its negotiating partners agreed “in secret” to allow Iran to evade some restrictions in last year’s landmark nuclear agreement in order to meet the deadline for it to start getting relief from economic sanctions, accordi...
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Japan wants British weaponry for South China Sea standoff

Japan wants British weaponry for South China Sea standoff

Tensions in the South China Sea have led Japan to splurge on British-made hardware to prepare for a confrontation with China. Recent saber-rattling by North Korea has also given Japan cause to restock its armory. Antagonism between China and Japan...
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Turkish forces shell Syrian Kurdish fighters

Turkish forces shell Syrian Kurdish fighters

The Turkish military shelled a group of Syrian Kurdish fighters south of the town of Jarablus on Thursday, a Turkish security source said, a day after Turkey launched its first US-backed incursion into Syria. The shelling occurred near Manbij, an...
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Italy mourns quake victims as death toll approaches 160 (PHOTOS)

Italy mourns quake victims as death toll approaches 160 (PHOTOS)

Rescuers continued to search for survivors in central Italian towns devastated by a 6.2-magnitude earthquake as the number of victims rose to 159 on Wednesday night. Accounts of lucky escapes and tragedies have emerged as communities struggle to cope with...
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Gunmen attack American University in Kabul, ‘hundreds’ trapped inside

Gunmen attack American University in Kabul, ‘hundreds’ trapped inside

Armed men have attacked the American University in the Afghan capital Kabul, officials have confirmed. Officials say “hundreds” of people, including foreign staff, are stuck inside, as government forces have encircled the campus. “Several gun...
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12-14yo child behind suicide bombing that killed 51 at Turkey wedding – Erdogan

12-14yo child behind suicide bombing that killed 51 at Turkey wedding – Erdogan

The death toll from a suspected suicide bombing at a wedding in the south east of Turkey has risen to 51 people, according to the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. He said the suicide bomber was a 12-14-year-old child. President...
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Turkey says it will abandon deal stemming flow of refugees if it doesn’t get EU visa freedom in October

Turkey says it will abandon deal stemming flow of refugees if it doesn’t get EU visa freedom in October

Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu claims: ‘It can’t be that we implement everything that is good for the EU but that Turkey gets nothings in return’. The deal with Brussels was expected to see 80 million Turks given visa-free travel in Europe’s...
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