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False Flagging Sonic Attacks in Havana: a CIA Specialty

Washington D.C. (SCF) – The Central Intelligence Agency, now under the direction of an extreme right-wing Republican, former Kansas Republication congressman Mike Pompeo, is insisting behind-the-scenes that the Cuban government is responsible for alleged sonic weaponry attacks on American diplomats in Havana. The CIA, which wrote the book on false flag attacks in Europe and […]

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Analysis: CIA Directors Pompeo, Petraeus & Brennan: 3 Views on North Korea

New York (GPA) – This week saw both a speech by the current CIA director Mike Pompeo and an interview with the former director David Petraeus that gave two different interpretations of the current tensions with North Korea. First up, is the current CIA director Pompeo, who spoke on Thursday at a meeting of the Foundation for […]

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Trump Israel Envoy: Palestinian Reconciliation Depends on Disarming Hamas

Jerusalem (MEMO) – US President Donald Trump’s Middle East Peace Envoy Jason Greenblatt released a statement on Thursday, echoing statements by the Israeli government on the recent Palestinian reconciliation deal signed earlier this month by the rival Hamas and Fatah movements. Greenblatt, who has visited Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory a number of times since Trump took […]

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Additional Sanctions against Iran to Isolate US Economically: American Prof.

Washington D.C. (TNA) – A senior professor of anthropology at the University of Minnesota warned against the consequences of Washington’s additional sanctions against Tehran and its withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal, saying the US would become “economically isolated” in that case. “If the United States does impose additional sanctions, another effect will be that […]

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Jimmy Carter Offers to Aid North Korea Negotiations

Plains, GA USA (GPA) – Former US President Jimmy Carter has told The New Yor Times that he would go to North Korea to aid negotiations if asked by the Trump Regime. In an interview published by The New York Times (NYT) on Sunday, former President Jimmy Carter told Times reporter Maureen Dowd that he would be […]

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TX City Requires That Aid Recipients Do Not Boycott Israel

Washington D.C. (TLS) – Dickinson, Texas released applications for Hurricane Harvey relief that requires applicants to verify that they will not boycott Israel during the term of their agreement with the city. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, one of the most devastating tropical storms in the history of the United States, the city of Dickinson, […]

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Documents Reveal Active U.S. Support of Indonesian Mass Killings in 1960’s

Washington D.C. (CD) – While some describe the newly-released cables as showing the U.S. “stood by” as atrocities were committed, documents show American support amounted to active involvement Newly declassified files from the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta confirm the extent to which American officials supported the killings of hundreds of thousands of Indonesians in the 1960s, as […]

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“The U.S. Cannot be Trusted”: The Message of Re-Imposing Sanctions on Iran

Tehran (AHT) – In his bizarre quest to undo everything associated with his predecessor, Barack Obama, United States President Donald Trump has now ‘decertified’ the nuclear agreement with Iran. In his bizarre quest to undo everything associated with his predecessor, Barack Obama, United States President Donald Trump has now ‘decertified’ the nuclear agreement with Iran. He claims that […]

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US Media Misses Mark on DPRK UN Address

New York (GPA) – North Korea called for global denuclearization on Monday, but all the US media is reporting is Pyongyang’s warning of the potential for nuclear war. The western media exploded in panic on Tuesday morning following an address to the UN by Kim In Ryong, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) deputy […]

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What is the Economic Impact of Natural Disasters?

Houston (TFC) – This year’s hurricane season has been more intense than usual. The flooding in Texas was unprecedented, and Hurricane Irma slammed into the Caribbean islands and Florida, leaving devastation behind. The result is that it’s going to cost a lot of money to clean everything up. The flooding is one thing, but the hurricanes did a […]

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