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News - Eurovision Song Contest Winner Survives Assassination Attempt 

A failed suspected attempt to assassinate the Austrian winner of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest took place early yesterday evening. Udo Jürgens was making his way to the Swinging Chandelier night club where he was due to perform. 96 more words

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U.S. sends drones, assassination squad to South Korea. Massive “war games” directed against DPRK underway

“[T]o practice missions to infiltrate into the North, remove the North’s war command and demolition of its key military facilities”… The joint Foal Eagle drills are the biggest ever, involving more than 320,000 troops backed by a US aircraft carrier strike group, stealth fighters and strategic bombers.

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March 15th

On March 15th, 44BC, Julius Caesar was assassinated by a group of rebel Roman senators.

This day, known as The Ides of March, is recognised as the day on which the Roman Republic began its transition into the Roman Empire as it led to the outbreak of a string of civil wars which made irreversible changes to the structure of the republic. 214 more words

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Trump: 'Snoop would be in jail' if he 'shot' Obama on video

(NationalSentinel) Entertainment: President Donald J. Trump took the Left-wing mainstream PC police to task on Twitter this morning over a recently released video in which rapper Snoop Dogg simulates shooting a Trump-resembling clown. 158 more words

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"THE DEATH OF CAESAR"- VINCENZO CAMUCCINI- 1798

Today is “The Ides of March” 44 BC- the assassination of Julius Caesar.

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this day in crime history: march 15, 44 b.c.

Beware the Ides of March. At least if you’re Julius Caesar. Cornered by a bunch of (literally) back-stabbing politicians, Caeser’s political career was ended the old-fashioned way: assassination. 25 more words

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