Daily Archives: December 3, 2017

Iran is like Nazi Germany in its “ruthless commitment to murder Jews” – Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister went on another fiery tirade against Iran, comparing the Islamic Republic with Hitler’s Germany, claiming both shared the goal to exterminate all Jews. “Obviously, there are some differences between the Nazi Germany and Islamic Republic of Iran,” Benjamin Netanyahu generously allowed, “but both regimes do have two important things in common: one, a ruthless commitment to impose ...

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‘People are entitled to change their mind’: Tony Blair confirms he is fighting to cancel Brexit

Published time: 4 Dec, 2017 03:40 Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has revealed that he is actively fighting to reverse Brexit. In an interview on BBC Radio 4 on Sunday, Blair said he is campaigning to stop Britain leaving the European Union because promises made by the ‘Leave’ side during the referendum campaign have been found to be untrue. ...

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Russia’s possible decision to not air Olympics would hurt ‘sport & industry’ – European broadcaster

Published time: 4 Dec, 2017 03:07 Edited time: 4 Dec, 2017 03:23 A decision not to broadcast the Olympic Games if Russia’s team is barred from them, mulled by several Russian broadcasters, would hurt the IOC and its sponsors and hamper “the promotion of Olympic values,” according to the European Broadcasting Union (EBU). “The Russian market is undoubtedly of substantial ...

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Okinawa governor demands US military presence pact amendments for the sake of 'shocked' locals

Published time: 4 Dec, 2017 03:31 The governor of Okinawa is urging Tokyo to amend the pact on the status of the US troops in Japan to combat the “significant anxiety” the locals are enduring because of the rowdy Americans’ presence. The governor of the southern prefecture, Takeshi Onaga, demanded that the central government makes “drastic” and “fundamental” changes in ...

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Honduras election turmoil: 'People are in the streets like they were after US-backed coup in 2009'

The US-educated Honduran president, Juan Hernandez, who supported a Washington-backed coup eight years ago, has been leading his country to bloodshed by cracking down on protests against the election fraud he allegedly staged, experts say. Hernandez, who has been Honduras’ president since 2014, was one of the lawmakers in 2009 to support the ouster of President Manuel Zelaya over his ...

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Clinton mega-donor Saban thanks Kushner for ‘collusion’ on Israel’s behalf

Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s senior advisor – and the man who allegedly ordered Gen. Michael Flynn’s “collusion” calls to Russia – has appeared at pro-Israeli donor Haim Saban’s event where he has been thanked for his lobbying on behalf of Israel. Speaking at the three-day conference, prominent Clinton Foundation donor Saban thanked Kusher for “taking steps to try and ...

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Mass shooting scrawled on child’s homework leads to 33yo man’s arrest (PHOTO)

Published time: 4 Dec, 2017 00:20 Edited time: 4 Dec, 2017 00:23 Florida sheriffs arrested a 33-year-old man on Friday after a “disturbing” drawing depicting a mass school shooting was found in an elementary school student’s homework. Teachers at a Port St. Joe Elementary School contacted authorities after discovering a picture on a student’s homework that depicted a burning school ...

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Venezuela to launch ‘Petro’ cryptocurrency to fight Trump’s ‘financial blockade’

Published time: 4 Dec, 2017 00:01 Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced Sunday that the country will launch its own cryptocurrency, called the “Petro,” which will be backed by the country’s vast natural resource reserves. “Venezuela is announcing the creation of its own cryptocurrency. It will be called The Petro. It will allow us to innovate towards new forms of international ...

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Pentagon should move US military families from S. Korea ahead of possible war – Sen. Graham

Published time: 3 Dec, 2017 22:01 Edited time: 3 Dec, 2017 22:39 The Pentagon should begin moving spouses and children of active US military service members out of South Korea, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said, because the US is “getting close to military conflict” with Pyongyang. “It’s crazy to send spouses and children to South Korea, given the provocation of ...

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Jordan, Palestinians urge emergency meetings ahead of Trump's expected Jerusalem decision – reports

Jordan is moving to convene an emergency meeting ahead of Donald Trump’s expected decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, according to diplomats. The Palestinian Authority’s foreign minister has also reportedly urged a meeting. Jordan, which hosted the last Arab League summit and therefore serves as its current president, would invite members of the Arab League and the Organisation of ...

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