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Peshawar Attack: Who are the dead?

The BBC decides to showcase the names and faces of those killed during the Peshawar attacks. Rightly so every innocent life should have a name, a picture and a story to share to the world to know that a real life was taken unjustly. 126 more words

Murder

THE CIA-ENGINEERED OIL GLUT TO BRING DOWN PUTIN, KHAMENEI AND MADURO

DECEMBER 20, 2014

by Wayne Madsen, The Wayne Madsen Report

John Brennan’s long familiarity with Saudi Arabia, owing to the time he spent there as the CIA station chief in Riyadh in the 1990s and his knowledge of Saudi oil operations, has paid off. 836 more words

Iran

Should Iran and the United States Be Partners Against ISIS?

Photo of Iranian F-4E Phantom II fighters and RF-4E aircraft refueling from a Boeing tanker aircraft, Islamic of Republic Iran Air Force / CC BY-SA 3.0   1,364 more words

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Lessons in Life: Politics Begins at Home

Let me tell you a little story about politics. Actually it’s a tale from the teenage years of our eldest daughter, but it’s still about politics. 1,411 more words

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Tehran Doesn’t Invade, It Infiltrates

Supporters of Tehran like to repeat that Iran hasn’t initiated a war for hundreds of years (since 1798), idealizing Iran as a peaceful country, while pointing out the US is a country which has initiated numerous wars. 898 more words

IRAN

USA deliberately sold Iraq helicopters which are easy for ISIL to shoot down

Iraq says U.S. sold it outdated helicopter gunships

The United States has shipped to Iraq outdated helicopter gunships, which are easy for Islamic State militants to shoot down, according to the Defense and Security Commission at the Iraqi parliament. 254 more words

US Foreign Policy

Iran says Iraq's holy sites "Tehran's red line"

20 December 2014 Saturday

Iranian Defense Minister Hossein Dehghan said Saturday Iraq’s holy sites are Iran’s red line, in an interview with Iranian state TV network Al-Alam. 124 more words

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