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Israel’s Mossad accused of assassinating Palestinian ‘rocket scientist’ in Malaysia
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The family of a Palestinian lecturer, allegedly linked to a Hamas drone and rocket program, has accused Mossad of his murder in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysian authorities have also hinted at potential involvement of foreign intelligence. ...[Read more]
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CIA assassinations, Chavez, Castro and more
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One reason it’s so easy to get an American administration, the mainstream media, and the American people to jump on an anti-Russian bandwagon is of course the legacy of the Soviet Union. To all the real crimes and shortcomings of that period the US regu ...[Read more]
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When Even Legal Residents Face Deportation
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In the aftermath of World War II, the British government invited thousands of people from Caribbean countries in the British Commonwealth to immigrate to the United Kingdom and help address the war-torn country’s labor shortages. Now, nearly 70 years la ...[Read more]
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US co-opted Cuba’s hip-hop scene for regime change
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For more than two years, a U.S. agency secretly infiltrated Cuba’s underground hip-hop movement, recruiting unwitting rappers to spark a youth movement against the government, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press. The idea was to use ...[Read more]
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Center hit in US attack produced cancer drugs
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Western powers claim their missile attacks struck at the heart of Syria's chemical weapons program but what they destroyed included a scientific research institution producing cancer drugs. ...[Read more]
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Israel Denounced for Smear Campaig Against Palestinian Journalist It Killed in Gaza
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"They've gone too far now," says Jan Egeland, a former diplomat who helped broker the Oslo Peace Accord. "Decent people have to wake up." ...[Read more]
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Labour pledges free bus travel for young
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Labour says it would give under-25s in England free bus travel in areas where local councils bring services back into public ownership as the party wants. The £1.4bn policy would be paid for by cash from vehicle excise duty currently earmarked for buildi ...[Read more]
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Syrian Army Captures British Militants in Eastern Ghouta
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A number of British forces have been captured by the Syrian army during military operations in Eastern Ghouta, according to reports by local media. ...[Read more]
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Seeing Gaza Through the Lens of Yaser Murtaja, a Palestinian Journalist Killed by Israel
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YASER MURTAJA, A Palestinian photojournalist, was one of nine civilians killed by Israeli snipers on Friday in Gaza, but his death was perhaps the clearest rebuke to Israel’s official position that its sharpshooters have only fired live ammunition at ...[Read more]
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Fox head Rupert Murdoch’s headquarters in London raided by investigators
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The London headquarters of Fox boss Rupert Murdoch were raided by investigators working for the European Commission, the Telegraph reports. The headquarters house Fox’s broadcast operation. “Sources at the location told the newspaper that authorities ...[Read more]
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Russia Cancels $20 Billion In Debt Of African Countries
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President Vladimir Putin said that Russia had canceled the debt of African countries in excess of $ 20 billion. To help the African continent overcome poverty, Russia has decided to cancel more than $ 20 billion in debt contracted by African countries. ...[Read more]
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