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From Iraq to Kunduz, US Civilian Killings Are No Accident - They're Policy

From Iraq to Kunduz, US Civilian Killings Are No Accident – They’re Policy

Through precision strikes against hospitals and other sites protected by international law, America bombing assures civilian deaths… 1,306 more words


Russia is #1 in the World Now; U.S. Still Fights to Win Long-Term

Eric ZUESSE | 10.10.2015

On October 7th, Reuters headlined,«Iraq Leans Toward Russia in War on Islamic State», and reported, from Baghdad, that, «Iraq… wants Moscow to have a bigger role than the United States in the war against the militant group, the head of parliament’s defense and security committee said on Wednesday». 1,821 more words


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Booker Prize 2015: Modern Britain

The Americans this year are all about family. There are no big state-of-the-nation novels about America here this year. The Brits, though, seem to be in a more self-reflective mood, and there’s a particularly nice piece of symmetry that the two novels here are are written by Granta Best Young British Novelists—Andrew O’Hagan in 2003 and Sunjeev Sahota in 2013. 909 more words


CBS Highlights President Obama's Incompetence...

I did not see the CBS 60 Minutes interview with President Obama; so I set about going to look for it.  Before going to CBS’s website I stopped by U-Tube to see if there was an encapsulated segment. 51 more words

Further accusations plunge Iraqi football ever deeper into chaos

On Thursday, Iraq came close to leaving pointless in Vietnam and now sit tight second, two points adrift of leaders Thailand. After three games, the four-team Group F looks nowhere near being decided and there’s one factor that is being pinpointed for Iraq’s non-existent dominance: long-standing, and now seemingly peaking, off-field issues that are reaching boiling point. 1,635 more words