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Guantanamo Bay ‘Prepared’ for New Inmates: US Admiral

Washington (MEE) – A top US military official said on Thursday that the prison at Guantanamo Bay is “prepared” to take new detainees, but has not yet received the order to do so. The prison, which was opened by former President George W Bush to hold terrorism suspects captured overseas after the 11 September 2001 attacks, has come […]

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Puerto Rico Aid Supplies Infested by Rats : Report

San Juan (TeleSUR) – Some of the aid supplies meant for Puerto Rico never made it to the island because of a rat infestation at the Florida office of Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration, PRFFA, where they were stored. PRFFA’s office in Kissimmee, Florida, contained boxes of supplies to be sent to the island but since it did […]

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Guantanamo Bay Prison Using Banned Torture Methods: UN

Havana (TeleSUR) – Guantanamo Bay detention camp is still torturing prisoners using techniques that have been outlawed since 2010, United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture Nils Melzer warns in a new report. “His torture and ill-treatment are reported to continue,” the U.N. Human Rights Office said in a statement, referring to Al-Baluchi, a Kuwaiti-born Pakistani citizen also known as Abdul Aziz Ali. […]

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JFK Files Expose CIA Plot to Stage Miami Bombings and Blame Fidel Castro

Washington, D.C. (TeleSUR) – The CIA considered bombing Miami and other cities to create a terror threat while blaming the government of Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro, according to the recently-published “JFK files.” The files were published as part of the nearly 3,000 documents collected by the U.S. National Archive on the assassination of former President John F. […]

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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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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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Venezuela’s CITGO to Donate 50,000 Barrels of Oil to Hurricane-Hit Puerto Rico

Bogota (VNA) – “CITGO hopes this donation will help alleviate the suffering of the most vulnerable while electrical power is restored to the island,” the company said in a statement. The US-based CITGO Petroleum Corporation — a subsidiary of Venezuela’s state oil company PDVSA — has announced that it will donate 50,000 barrels of oil to Puerto Rico […]

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Puerto Rico: Marco Rubio Wants Pentagon To Take Over Relief Effort

Washington (TeleSUR) – Marco Rubio is pushing for Trump to name someone from the Pentagon as the point person to direct ground logistics. Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio is urging President Donald Trump to put the Pentagon in charge of relief efforts in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria hit last week. Rubio is pushing for Trump to name […]

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Israeli Firm Chosen to Build Trump’s Wall in Mexico as Netanyahu Visits

Tel Aviv (TLS) – Netanyahu’s trip comes amid news that a subsidiary of Israel Aerospace Industries, an IDF contractor, has won a bid to help build Trump’s border wall. As Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prepares for talks with Mexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto on the latest stage of his Latin American tour, a report […]

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Trump to Reverse Cuba Policy, Reinstate ‘Regime Change’ Goals

Washington D.C. (teleSUR) – Trump plans to announce the policy change at a Miami theater named after Manuel Artime, a Cuban exile leader of the CIA-backed Bay of Pigs invasion. U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to fulfill his campaign promise to curtail the Obama Administration’s 2014 re-engagement deal with Havana, tightening pressure on Cuba and dashing the hopes […]

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