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North Korean leader ‘should have been handled long ago’: Trump 

US President Donald Trump has said North Korean leader Kim Jong-un “should have been handled a long time ago,” but “I’m going to handle” him now anyway, calling him a “mad man” and “little rocket man.” “Rocket man should have been handled a long time ago,” Trump said on Friday while speaking in Huntsville, Alabama, […]

Source: North Korean leader ‘should have been handled long ago’: Trump 
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YoNews Portal / Happy Birthday to Jason Ditz, Antiwar.com’s News Editor
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Happy Birthday to Jason Ditz, Antiwar.com’s News Editor

Jason Ditz is an integral part of Antiwar.com. As news editor, he writes up to 50 articles a week on the most important news stories. Please join me in wishing him the best birthday possible. Read more

Source: Happy Birthday to Jason Ditz, Antiwar.com’s News Editor
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YoNews Portal / Trump: ‘Get that son of a b***h off the field!’
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Trump: ‘Get that son of a b***h off the field!’

Daily MailSeptember 23, 2017 President Donald Trump has ratcheted up the national controversy over black National Football League players who refuse to stand while that U.S. National Anthem is played before games. During a Friday night political rally in Alabama, Trump caled on fans to boycott teams that allow players to engage in that particular […]

Source: Trump: ‘Get that son of a b***h off the field!’
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Kremlin influence in America: The evidence right under our nose

Facebook’s decision to hand over advertisement details is the latest sideshow in the long-running probe into alleged Russian collusion in the US election. Much like a Russian nesting doll, the layers of Kremlin influence just keep coming. To aid Robert Mueller in his investigation, RT has decided to compile a list of suspects. We’ve taken […]

Source: Kremlin influence in America: The evidence right under our nose
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Iran-Sponsored Hackers Said to Be Targeting Companies in US, Middle East, Asia

A computer hacker, illustrative. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.
A private cybersecurity firm has identified what it says is a hacking group sponsored by the Iranian government that has targeted organizations in the U.S., the Middle East and Asia.
The firm, FireEye, which gathers cyber intelligence and responds to incidents through its Mandiant subsidiary, says in a report out Wednesday that the Iranian hacking group has targeted companies involved in the petrochemical industry and in military and commercial aviation — perhaps seeking an edge in its regional rivalry with Saudi Arabia.

Source: Iran-Sponsored Hackers Said to Be Targeting Companies in US, Middle East, Asia
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2 Warriors teammates reportedly had much different reactions to Kevin Durant's recent Twitter fiasco

Kevin Durant got busted using a secret account to defend himself on Twitter, and teammates Draymond Green and Klay Thompson's reactions were quite different

Source: 2 Warriors teammates reportedly had much different reactions to Kevin Durant's recent Twitter fiasco
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Iran unveiled new ballistic missile at military parade hours before test

Iran has successfully test-fired a new long-range ballistic missile that can carry several warheads to hit multiple targets, local media reported. The test comes hours after the locally-made missile was unveiled at a military parade in Tehran.

Footage aired by the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) on Friday showed the missile launched from an unknown location. The video also featured telemetry camera footage from four different angles, purportedly showing the moment when the missile was discharged.

The Khorramshahr missile is the third Iran has purchased, with a range of 2,000 kilometers, according to Mehr news agency. "The 2,000-km-range missile can carry the warhead 1,800km away," the Commander of Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), and Aerospace Force Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh told reporters on Friday. "The specification of this missile is that it can carry several warheads instead of one to hit several targets," he added.

The Khorramshahr missile, weighing more than a ton, has been manufactured in a smaller and more tactical size. It will be put into operation in the near future.

Source: Iran unveiled new ballistic missile at military parade hours before test
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Whitewashing the Vietnam war: Ken Burn's documentary revises the great crime to legitimize more wars of aggression

One of the most hyped "events" of American television, The Vietnam War, has started on the PBS network. The directors are Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. Acclaimed for his documentaries on the Civil War, the Great Depression and the history of jazz, Burns says of his Vietnam films, "They will inspire our country to begin to talk and think about the Vietnam war in an entirely new way".

In a society often bereft of historical memory and in thrall to the propaganda of its "exceptionalism", Burns' "entirely new" Vietnam war is presented as "epic, historic work". Its lavish advertising campaign promotes its biggest backer, Bank of America, which in 1971 was burned down by students in Santa Barbara, California, as a symbol of the hated war in Vietnam.

Burns says he is grateful to "the entire Bank of America family" which "has long supported our country's veterans". Bank of America was a corporate prop to an invasion that killed perhaps as many as four million Vietnamese and ravaged and poisoned a once bountiful land. More than 58,000 American soldiers were killed, and around the same number are estimated to have taken their own lives.

Source: Whitewashing the Vietnam war: Ken Burn's documentary revises the great crime to legitimize more wars of aggression
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McMaster told Mossad, IDF chiefs that Hezbollah is a resistance group, not a terror group

August meeting with US officials grew heated when H.R. McMaster rejected Israel's Hezbollah concerns, denied it was a terror group.

US National Security Advisor General H.R. McMaster denied that Hezbollah was a terrorist group. He has also taken other stands that outrage Israel partisans.

A new bombshell report alleges that a meeting between high-level Israeli officials and their American counterparts last month deteriorated when National Security Adviser H.R McMaster brushed off Israel's concerns about Hezbollah, at one point backing up an aide who denied that Hezbollah is a terror organization.

According to the report on Channel 10 and PJ Media, McMaster yelled at Israeli officials, and denied that the Iran-backed militia is a terrorist group.

Israeli had sent a high-level delegation to meet with their American counterparts on August 27, in order to discuss the looming threat by the Hezbollah terror group. Israel is worried that the militia is becoming entrenched on its Syrian border, and were incensed with McMaster brought along NSC Senior Director on Counter-Terrorism Mustafa Javed Ali, even asking him to leave the room when he denied that Hezbollah is a terror group.

Source: McMaster told Mossad, IDF chiefs that Hezbollah is a resistance group, not a terror group
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Research suggests gravity waves have influence over weather and climate

In fluid dynamics, gravity waves are waves generated in a fluid medium or at the interface between two media when the force of gravity or buoyancy tries to restore equilibrium. An example of such an interface is that between the atmosphere and the ocean, which gives rise to wind waves. -source

From Goethe University in Frankfurt

Gravity waves form in the atmosphere as a result of destabilizing processes, for example at weather fronts, during storms or when air masses stroke over mountain ranges. They can occasionally be seen in the sky as bands of cloud. For weather forecast and climate models, however, they are mostly "invisible" due to their short wavelength. The effects of gravity waves can only be taken into consideration by including additional special components in the models. The "MS-GWaves" research unit funded by the German Research Foundation and led by Goethe University Frankfurt has meanwhile further developed such parameterizations and will test them in the second funding period.

Source: Research suggests gravity waves have influence over weather and climate
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