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The North Korean Rocket Conundrum

Last week, North Korea tested another rocket engine, but this time it was a little bit different.  According to Korean officials, they were testing the engine to get them to the moon, something that a lot of the world was able to accomplish decades ago.   322 more words

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As part of the exhibition Humanism + Dynamite = The Soviet Photomontages of Aleksandr Zhitomirsky, the Art Institute of Chicago is showing, through January 10: Aleksandr Zhitomirsky, “No to War!,” maquette, about 1963. 12 more words

Alep forever

(English translation below.) “C’est un ville très ancienne et pourtant si jeune, bien qu’elle ait toujours été là. Elle rivalise de durée avec les jours et les ans et a survécu à ses dirigeants et son petit peuple. 194 more words

War and Peace: Chapter 1 (recap)

she is talking to a fuckboy i just know it

So we discover (young?) Anna is talking to this prince Vasili at this gathering she arranged by means of unnecessarily fancy footmen-delivered invitations. 532 more words

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It All Points to Terrorism

Ahmad Khan Rahami, the man suspected of the recent bombing in New Jersey, was caught yesterday after shots were fired between him and police officers. Of course there has been an investigation opened to discover the motives behind Rahami’s actions. 258 more words

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The refugee and migration crisis: Proposals for action, U.N. Summit 2016


Michael Ignatieff, Juliette Keeley, Betsy Ribble, and Keith McCammon

Monday, September 12, 2016he full report


On September 20 at the United Nations in New York, President Obama convenes a Leaders’ Summit on the Global Refugee Crisis. 3,830 more words


Finally a Step Forward in the Syrian Conflict

Throughout the past five years Russia and the United States have been separated by the Syrian Conflict. The United States supporting the Rebel groups, and Russia supporting their allies, the Syrian government, or the Loyalists as their known. 284 more words

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