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Fixing Cameron’s ‘sh*t show’? Boris Johnson pledges cash to stabilize lawless Libya

Britain has vowed to bring stability to war-torn Libya – six years after helping to topple the regime of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi and throwing the country into chaotic militia rule. Every day, aid organizations report widespread torture, murder, terror, and corruption in the North African state, despite NATO’s ‘peacemaking’ campaign in 2011. Once again, purporting […]

Source: Fixing Cameron’s ‘sh*t show’? Boris Johnson pledges cash to stabilize lawless Libya
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Tear gas & violence at Arizona anti-Trump protest, but no gunshots

Published time: 23 Aug, 2017 16:30 Protests against President Donald Trump during his rally in Phoenix, Arizona turned violent in some places, but no gunfire was reported – despite the presence of heavily armed militia among the demonstrators. Phoenix police fired tear gas and flash bangs to disperse a protest which turned violent on Tuesday […]

Source: Tear gas & violence at Arizona anti-Trump protest, but no gunshots
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Video: Killing in Afghanistan a recipe for disaster – Ron Paul on Trump’s plan

The German Foreign Minister has said the US should coordinate its Afghan policy with the EU, to avoid a new surge of Afghan migrants into Europe. But former … Via Youtube

Source: Video: Killing in Afghanistan a recipe for disaster – Ron Paul on Trump’s plan
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YoNews Portal / Donald Trump’s Defining Moments
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Donald Trump’s Defining Moments

Donald Trump’s “reality TV” presidency revolves around his penchant for ignoring diplomatic tradition and brushing aside political decency in favor of stirring up his “base,” a dangerous approach, says Lawrence Davidson. By Lawrence Davidson In the last few weeks, President Trump has gone through a series of defining moments in which his disturbing rhetorical reactions […]

Source: Donald Trump’s Defining Moments
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China urges US to drop sanctions against its companies over N. Korea

Beijing has urged the US to drop the new batch of sanctions against Chinese companies and individuals, saying that the restrictions do not contribute to defusing the Korean standoff.

The sanctions were imposed by the US Treasury on Tuesday. They affect 16 mainly Chinese and Russian individuals and companies over alleged "support of the North Korean regime" and assisting Pyongyang in its nuclear and ballistic missile programs in violation of UN Security Council resolutions.

"China opposes the imposition of unilateral sanctions outside the framework of the UN Security Council, especially the 'long-arm jurisdiction' imposed on Chinese entities or individuals by other countries in accordance with their domestic laws. Our position is clear and consistent," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying told reporters at a regular press briefing.

Source: China urges US to drop sanctions against its companies over N. Korea
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BEST OF THE WEB: Eva Bartlett's Syria War Diary: What Life Is Like Under "Moderate" Rebel Rule

Since the liberation of Aleppo, and the restoring of peace to Madaya and al-Waer, most Western media have gone silent on the areas, even though it is now possible to visit all of them and hear from civilians who lived under the rule of "moderate rebels," which is exactly what jounalist Eva Bartlett did.

In early 2016 the hillside town of Madaya, just northwest of Damascus, was the focus of sudden Western and Gulf media campaigns featuring harrowing photos of emaciated elderly and children splashed widely across print, online and social media. Throughout 2016, these stories continued in Madaya, as well as in al-Waer, Homs, and in eastern-Aleppo areas.

The Syrian government was accused of not allowing in food and medical aid, of deliberately starving its people; the terrorists' presence was largely unmentioned. On Madaya, The Telegraph ran a headline, "Starving Syrians in besieged town of Madaya are reduced to eating cats and dogs," and subheadline, "The people of Madaya outside Damascus - besieged by regime forces and Hezbollah since July - are surviving on boiled leaves and street animals," with no mention of al-Qaeda or Ahrar al-Sham.

The Independent accused the "Assad regime" of deliberately starving 40,000 civilians and, while citing the Red Cross in the article, neglected to cite that organization stating it had sent in food aid in October 2015, and also failed to mention al-Qaeda's presence in the town. In the same vein, the New York Times ran a piece stating aid was denied from coming in, while also ignoring the realities on the ground and prior aid deliveries.

Source: BEST OF THE WEB: Eva Bartlett's Syria War Diary: What Life Is Like Under "Moderate" Rebel Rule
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Video of teenage gang sexually assaulting female bus passenger sparks outrage in Morocco

Outrage has spread across Morocco after video surfaced this week of a young woman being sexually assaulted by a group teenagers on a bus, while onlookers do nothing to prevent the attack.

The disturbing video was shared on social media on Sunday, Middle East Monitor reports. It shows a group of young men undressing the woman on a Casablanca bus and forcing themselves on her as others cheer on the assailants.

Six young men between the ages of 15-17 were arrested by Tuesday, Reuters reports. The suspects were arrested in their homes in Sidi Bernouss.

The General Directorate of National Security (DGSN) said in a statement: "Investigations are underway to establish the truth about the circumstances of this case and arrest other individuals involved in these criminal acts and bring them before justice," Morocco World News reported.

Source: Video of teenage gang sexually assaulting female bus passenger sparks outrage in Morocco
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The left embraces Antifa, America's anti-free speech 'Taliban'

The liberal media is pushing the idea that any violence committed on the part of Antifa, the so-called 'anti-fascist' leftist group, is acceptable if it is directed at the political right. Such delusional thinking will only lead to civil war.

Following the recent spate of violence that rocked Charlottesville after right-wing groups assembled to protest the removal of a Confederate statue, it became quickly apparent the US media had a dog in this fight. And a vicious dog at that.

Liberals howled in pain after Trump called out not only the aggressive tactics of the 'alt-right,' but of the 'alt left' as well, saying there was "blame on both sides."

Source: The left embraces Antifa, America's anti-free speech 'Taliban'
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Melania Trump and Chelsea Clinton fire back at critics of Barron's casual style

Barron Trump was the subject of a scathing op-ed for his clothing choices, but Chelsea Clinton and his mom have come to the rescue.

Source: Melania Trump and Chelsea Clinton fire back at critics of Barron's casual style
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Trump's richest campaign donors are being left out of the stock market's surge

Trump's wealthiest campaign donors have seen their fortunes lag the S&P 500's gains since the presidential election in November.

Source: Trump's richest campaign donors are being left out of the stock market's surge
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