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Nuclear Madness

As long as these weapons exist, one day they’ll likely be used with devastating effects, risking almost certain doom or close to it.

The only way to prevent eventual nuclear war is by eliminating these weapons entirely, the world community uniting on this most vital of all issues to save life on earth from possible extinction. 441 more words

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US Must Stop Supporting Terrorists in Syria: Analyst

US Must Stop Supporting Terrorists in Syria: Analyst

Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani says the crisis in Syria cannot be resolved through political approaches as long as terrorist groups, including Daesh and Jabhat al-Nusra are operating in the Arab state and supported by certain regional countries, according to Press TV. 286 more words

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One Yemeni Child Dies Every 10 Minutes From War-Related Starvation

Yemen is Obama’s war, Saudis doing his dirty work, continuing it even though he’s gone. Now it’s Trump’s aggression unless he acts to stop it. 281 more words

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The Trump-Putin Phone Call: New US-Russia Partnership? Hold the Cheers!

By Stephen Lendman

Global Research, January 29, 2017

Except for cooperating during WW II to defeat Nazism, America has been largely adversarial toward Russia for the past century. 657 more words

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One China Policy Nonnegotiable, Says Beijing. America’s Adversarial Policy against China

By Stephen Lendman

Global Research, January 16, 2017

The one China policy was first mentioned in the Shanghai Communique on February 28, 1972 during Nixon’s visit to China – stressing the importance for both countries to normalize relations. 481 more words

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Fake Bomb Threats in 16 US Jewish Centers

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by Stephen Lendman

 In what appeared to be an orchestrated deception, a coordinated false flag, phony threats were reported at 16 Jewish centers in Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Tennessee.  305 more words

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Kerry’s rebuke of Israel too little, too late: American journalist

US Secretary of State John Kerry’s harsh rebuke of Israel over its illegal settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories has not accomplished anything and is too late to be useful for Palestinians, according to Stephen Lendman, an American writer, journalist and political analyst based in Chicago.

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