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US dropped more bombs on Afghanistan than Syria and Iraq last month

The US dropped more bombs on Afghanistan last month than it did on Iraq and Syria – a sign that the military’s attention is shifting back towards the country it invaded in 2001 after focusing on Islamic State since 2014. Read more According to an Air Force report, American aircraft dropped 339 bombs in Afghanistan in March, compared to 294 ...

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Flat pack hero: Robot assembles IKEA chair in less than 9 minutes (VIDEO)

Scientists have created an agile robot that can assemble an IKEA chair in under 9 minutes – potentially taking the dreaded task off human hands and putting an end to DIY disasters. The robot, which successfully put together an IKEA chair autonomously and without interruption, was developed by scientists at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. READ MORE: Sex dolls uncovered: ...

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‘I’m more a spy than he is!’ Trump defends US pastor on trial in Turkey

US President Donald Trump has voiced his support for US pastor Andrew Brunson, who is currently being tried by Ankara over his alleged links to a group accused of orchestrating a failed military coup in Turkey. Trump called Brunson “a fine gentleman” and a “Christian leader” who is being persecuted in Turkey for “no reason”. “They call him a spy, ...

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‘Bigger lunatic than Bush’: Twitter reacts to Trump missile threat

President Donald Trump warned Russia to “get ready” for missile strikes on Syria, in an off-the-cuff response on Wednesday morning to an alleged chemical weapons attack by Syrian government forces. The US leader tweeted: “Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and ‘smart!’ You ...

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Iran warns US of response ‘stronger than they imagine’ if Trump scraps nuclear deal

The Iranian president has warned the US that it will regret pulling out from the milestone 2015 nuclear deal and will see the consequences “in less than one week,” should it go ahead with the much-discussed withdrawal. “Iran will not violate the nuclear deal, but if the United States withdraws from the deal, they will surely regret it,” Iranian President ...

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Coming financial crisis will be much worse than Great Depression – investor Peter Schiff

The Great Depression will pale in comparison to the next financial crisis which could soon be coming, according to investor Peter Schiff, famous for his doomsday predictions. “The bad news is, we are going to live through another Great Depression and it’s going to be very different. This will be in many ways, much much worse than what people had ...

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‘Anti-Russian brainwashing in US higher than during Cold War’ – ex-envoy Kislyak

The level of anti-Russian indoctrination in the US has reached its apogee, and the average American does not see or hear anything other than stories about how Russia threatens the US, Russia’s former envoy has said. “I can’t recall such intensity of anti-Russian brainwashing in the US, even during the Cold War,” Russia’s former envoy to the US, Sergey Kislyak, ...

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Iranian leader worse than Hitler, absolute monarchy is cool – Saudi crown prince

Seemingly discontent with just being the darling of the British establishment, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MbS) is on a charm offensive to win over the American public as well. The crown prince must have figured the surefire way to impress the US political establishment was by glorifying Israel and demonizing Iran, judging by his wide-ranging puff interview with ...

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Facebook data misuse scandal affects “substantially” more than 50M, claims Wylie

Chris Wylie, the former Cambridge Analytica employee turned whistleblower whose revelations about Facebook data being misused for political campaigning has wiped billions off the share price of the company in recent days and led to the FTC opening a fresh investigation, has suggested the scale of the data leak is substantially larger than has been reported so far. Giving evidence ...

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More than 5,000 civilians leave Eastern Ghouta as militants begin withdrawal

Over 5,000 civilians have left Eastern Ghouta through humanitarian corridors on Thursday, Russia’s Defense Ministry said. The militants also reportedly began withdrawing from the area, as part of a deal with the Syrian government. “Starting from the early hours of March 22, more than 5000 civilians have come out through the checkpoints in Eastern Ghouta,” Russia’s Reconciliation Center in Syria ...

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