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New Senate Bill Targets Wikileaks, Russia, Independent Press, and First Amendment

Washington D.C. (MPN) – With the Russian meddling narrative serving as a pretext, the U.S. Senate, embracing the “Pompeo Doctrine,” is moving to stifle and criminalize WikiLeaks and, by extension, any such “dangerous,” transparency-providing entities that threaten to cast doubt upon Washington’s “official stories.” The Senate Intelligence Committee is pushing Congress to label WikiLeaks a “non-state […]

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UN Urges US-Led Coalition to Rein in Airstrikes in Syria’s Raqqa

Raqqa (TNA) – The United Nations called on Thursday for a humanitarian pause to allow an estimated 20,000 trapped civilians to escape the Syrian city of Raqqa, and urged the US-led coalition to rein in air strikes that have caused civilian casualties. “Boats on the Euphrates must not be attacked, people who come out cannot risk […]

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U.S.-Backed Terrorists Strike Hotel in Yemen Killing or Injuring Nearly 100

Sana’a (GPA) – The U.S.-backed coalition continued carrying out their terrorism against Yemen last night when warplanes targeted a hotel near Sana’a. Rescue teams are currently still digging through the rubble. So far at least 71 have lost their lives, with an additional 13 injured. According to Yemen’s Army and Popular Committees, the attack was […]

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North Korea Won’t Negotiate Nuclear Deal With ‘Hostile’ US

Pyongyang (TLS) – Pyongyang said “as long as the hostile U.S. policy and nuclear threat remains unchallenged,” it won’t eliminate its nuclear deterrent arsenal. North Korea, or the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, DPRK, will not take its self-defensive nuclear deterrent arsenal to the negotiating table, a Pyongyang envoy has said. “The measures taken by the […]

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Media Silent as Saudis Continue War Crimes in Yemen Hitting Homes, Farms

Sana’a (GPA) – With international silence and virtually nonexistent media coverage, Saudi Arabia continues carrying out their war crimes in Yemen. The Saudi-led coalition still carries out dozens of air strikes against Yemen on a daily basis; targeting homes, farms, cars, and more. Saudi War Crimes in Yemen In the past 24 hours, Saudi war planes have struck one […]

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US Fires First Salvo of Upcoming Trade War with China

Washington (SCF) – While the North Korean nuclear program and its missile tests capture the world public attention, another war is about to spark. On August 14, US President Trump launched the first salvo by authorizing an inquiry into Beijing’s alleged theft of intellectual property under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974. This is the first […]

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Yemenis Kick Off US-Israel Boycott with Massive March

Sa’ada (GPA) – Tens of thousands of Yemenis took to the streets today demanding an end to the ongoing U.S.-Saudi led aggression and siege. They also announced the official formation of the People’s Campaign for a boycott of American and Israeli products. The march took place in Sa’ada: the birthplace of Yemen’s resistance movement, Ansarullah. […]

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Damascus: Rebels Found With Chemical Agents From US and UK

Damascus (GPA) – In a press conference today, the Syrian government claims to have found western made chemical agents in abandoned rebel arms depots. Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister, Faisal Mekdad, told a press conference today that rebels in Syria and Iraq have been found to be in possession of chemical weapons manufactured in the US […]

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US Sanctions Symptomatic of a Failing Empire

Washington D.C. (NEO) – On 26 July 2017 the US Congress overwhelmingly approved a Bill providing for fresh sanctions against North Korea, Russia and Iran. The passage of this Bill, and its level of support in the US Congress is instructive on a number of levels. The first point is that the US, or more accurately […]

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Why the DPRK Needs a Nuclear Deterrent

Pyongyang (WW) – Since 1950, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea — north Korea — has lived under the shadow of a U.S. nuclear attack. Gen. Douglas MacArthur, who commanded U.S. forces during the Korean War, told reporters in 1954: “I could have won the war in Korea in a maximum of 10 days. … […]

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