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Conspiracy Theory: The Interview

Sony Pictures has cancelled the Christmas release of a film at the centre of a hacking scandal after terrorist threats to cinemagoers and a decision by major movie theatre groups to cancel screenings in the US.

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Khomeinism Upheld By United Kingdom Supreme Court

In the run up to making peace with Iran, the UK Supreme Court has, opted to appease the Iranians by upholding an entry ban against dissident Iranian politician Mrs Maryam Rajavi.

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CIA Torture Report: The movies were right. They don't fight terror, they breed it.

Yes! My fellow comrades of the Internet, my trusty companions who alongside me, bestride the good, bad and the ugly that is found at the very bedrock of the International Republic of the Internet- a place where cat videos reign supreme and publicity stunts to get a couple of “internet points” are the order of the day. 2,025 more words

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Cubans hope for economic prosperity with renewal of relations with U.S.

WATCH:┬áPresident Barack Obama said the time has come to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba and end the trade embargo. But, his opponents and some Cuban-Americans aren’t too happy about the move. 773 more words

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The Fed's message

The message from the U.S. central bank can be summarised as follows
“We do not take formal commitment but don’t be surprised if rates are up next June”

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Cuba

I suppose if my thoughts had tended that way, I would have noticed that things were finally moving forward on the Cuban front. (The last front of the Cold War?) 494 more words

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Congressional critics ready to block Obama push to normalize Cuban relations

The historic plan announced by President Obama on Wednesday to normalize relations with Cuba was met with heavy bipartisan resistance on Capitol Hill, raising questions of whether Congress will even consider easing a more than 50-year trade embargo against the communist state — let alone end it. 1,009 more words

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