Israel to re-assess U.N. ties after settlement resolution, says Netanyahu

Israel to re-assess U.N. ties after settlement resolution, says Netanyahu

Israel will re-assess its ties with the United Nations following the adoption by the Security Council of a resolution demanding an end to Israeli settlement building, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Saturday. The vote was able to pass the...
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Turkey gathers boats to ship migrants to Greece over EU anger

Turkey gathers boats to ship migrants to Greece over EU anger

EUROPE is on the brink of war as Turkey gathers fleets of boats to ship 3,000 migrants a day to Greece in retaliation over the European Union’s (EU) vote to freeze accession talks. Greek intelligence officers have discovered the Turkish...
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GERMANY TO PROSECUTE ONLINE ‘HATE SPEECH’

GERMANY TO PROSECUTE ONLINE ‘HATE SPEECH’

‘Monitoring how many racist posts reported by users of social media sites are deleted within 24 hours’ (DAILY WIRE) Germany’s record on free speech leaves a lot to be desired. Vacillating from one extreme to another, from simulcasting Nazi propag...
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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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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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Poll: Millennials desperately need to bone up on the history of communism

Poll: Millennials desperately need to bone up on the history of communism

The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, citing survey results released on Monday, blames widespread ignorance for the relatively positive views millennials have toward socialism and communism. Of the 2,300 Americans polled by YouGov, 80% of baby boomers ...
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How quickly can China come back from its one-child policy?

How quickly can China come back from its one-child policy?

In October 2015, China decided to overturn its decades-old one-child policy and allow couples across the country to have two children. The change was much anticipated by demographers worldwide, who would have preferred scrapping the policy altogether, consider...
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Antidepressants: Drugs make people ‘TWICE as likely to think about suicide’ study claims

Antidepressants: Drugs make people ‘TWICE as likely to think about suicide’ study claims

TAKING anti-depressants could double the risk of having feelings which could lead to suicide – a controversial new study has suggested. A review of trials of antidepressants taken by healthy adults with no signs of a mental health disorder has...
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A fiery new report makes a convincing case that Big Soda is the new Big Tobacco

A fiery new report makes a convincing case that Big Soda is the new Big Tobacco

Public-health experts say Pepsi and Coke’s strategy harks back to the days of Big Tobacco. “First, they attack the science. Then, they fund community groups, promote exercise as a solution, and say they’re self-regulated and don’t need ...
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Iranian woman is sentenced to six years in prison for an unpublished story she wrote about women being stoned to death

Iranian woman is sentenced to six years in prison for an unpublished story she wrote about women being stoned to death

Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee is a writer and human rights activist  Iran’s Revolutionary Guard found her story after searching her home  Amnesty said she is ‘being punished for using her imagination’ Ms Iraee’s husband Arash Sadeghi is al...
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Genocide: “Christians Are Untouchables! They Are Meant for Cleaning Our Houses.”

Genocide: “Christians Are Untouchables! They Are Meant for Cleaning Our Houses.”

Three Muslim men slaughtered a 15-year-old Christian student, Wajaesh Shono. One of the murderers was the boy’s schoolteacher. — Pakistan. A Muslim mob killed and beheaded a Christian pastor’s wife based on a false accusation of “blasphemy....
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Bulgaria approves nation-wide ban on Hijab

Bulgaria approves nation-wide ban on Hijab

Bulgaria has passed a law banning “clothing that partially or completely covers the face” including hijab and niqab, according to reports. Women violating the law can be fined from 200 leva (₹7,650) to 1,500 leva (₹57,400) for repeat offenders....
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Terrorism Grips The US With Two More Attacks

Terrorism Grips The US With Two More Attacks

Published on Sep 25, 2016 ISIS swore they would bring terror to the United States and Obama has made sure they came as refugees tot he US. Now terrorism is gripping the US and just in time for Obama to...
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Household incomes rose in 2015 for first time in eight years, US Census says

Household incomes rose in 2015 for first time in eight years, US Census says

Median income was $56,516 last year, which was below pre-recession levels 3.6 million fewer people are living in poverty, Census Bureau reported Household incomes in the US finally broke free of the recession in 2015, rising for the first time...
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University of Iowa to offer bachelor’s degree in social justice

University of Iowa to offer bachelor’s degree in social justice

The University of Iowa will add a new bachelor’s program in social justice, the Iowa Board of Regents voted Thursday. The Iowa City Press-Citizen reports that the social justice program is the first of its kind in any Iowa college...
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Germany Preparing for Martial Law? Instead of Stopping the Influx of Migrants the Merkel Government Intends to Build up a Surveillance State and Intends to Call Citizen to Prepare

Germany Preparing for Martial Law? Instead of Stopping the Influx of Migrants the Merkel Government Intends to Build up a Surveillance State and Intends to Call Citizen to Prepare

… The Federal Government calls on citizens to create a supply of food for ten days. This is intended for the crises-case, from which one does not know whether this is the outbreak of a war or a financial crash. The...
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Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Is Sweeping Europe – And There’s No Vaccine

Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever Is Sweeping Europe – And There’s No Vaccine

Thanks to Barack Obama’s failed foreign policy in the Middle East millions of third world migrants have fled to Europe the last two years. And thanks to failed leaders like Chancellor Angela Merkel in Germany, the EU has opened its...
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Ukrainian defense officials face criminal charges in Russia over Donbass genocide

Ukrainian defense officials face criminal charges in Russia over Donbass genocide

Russia’s Investigative Committee has launched criminal cases against Ukrainian Defense Ministry and General Staff officials over the genocide of Russian-speakers in the self-proclaimed Donetsk republic. The committee, which is Russia’s top federal law enfo...
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“It’s Worse Than The Great Depression” – One In Six Prime-Aged Men Has No Job

“It’s Worse Than The Great Depression” – One In Six Prime-Aged Men Has No Job

While Obama has repeatedly touted the sub-5.0% unemployment rate (4.9% most recently) as confirmation his “economic recovery” has been successful, what has received far less media attention has been the unprecedented surge in Americans no longer in...
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Child suicide attempts on the rise in besieged Syrian town, group warns

Child suicide attempts on the rise in besieged Syrian town, group warns

The besieged Syrian town of Madaya has seen a “worrying increase” in child suicide attempts as the long war takes its toll, a rights group warned. At least six children and teens — the youngest a 12-year-old girl — and...
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