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US BOMBS KILL 80 ‘MILITANTS’ IN A SINGLE DAY

  A series of US airstrikes have claimed the lives of more than 80 people and severely injured several others in different regions of war-ravaged Afghanistan over the past 24 hours, local security sources say. According to Afghan security officials, one of the airstrikes took place on Tuesday in the central-eastern Logar Province where ten people were killed. The other rocked the northeastern province ...

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ONE SOLDIERS SUICIDE NOTE REVEALS Window Into The TORTURE THAT IS WAR

  “Too trapped in a war to be at peace, too damaged to be at war. Abandoned by those who would take the easy route, and a liability to those who stick it out—and thus deserve better.” There are the last words of Daniel Somers, an Iraqi War veteran who took his own life last month. He left behind a suicide note that has become viral after his family shared it with the media. His note allows readers to u ...

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At least 51 killed in Egypt as Islamists urge defiance

  At least 51 people were killed on Monday after the Egyptian army opened fire on supporters on Mohamed Morsi, the former president of Egypt. In the deadliest incident since Morsi was ousted by the Egyptian military six days ago, protesters claim the shooting started as they performed their morning prayers outside the barracks they believe hold Morsi. The military claims armed men attacked the troops i ...

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Anti-NDAA Organization To Inform Sheriffs On Dangers Of Indefinite Detention

One of the nation's biggest anti-NDAA voices is hoping to inform sheriffs and other law enforcement officials of the dangers of indefinite detention this May 31. People Against The NDAA (PANDA) was formed shortly after President Obama's December 2011 signing of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 , which contains provisions allowing for the indefinite military detention of American c ...

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PREPARING FOR CONFLICT?: South Korea, US Military Drills Amid North Korea Nuclear Threat

New U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his South Korean counterpart have agreed to make sure North Korea is punished if it carries out its threat to conduct a nuclear test. Amid signs that such a test is coming, South Korea's president also speculated that Pyongyang may detonate multiple atomic devices simultaneously. Under a U.N. Security Council resolution last month condemning a North Korean long-ran ...

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IRAN WAR: What US Media Doesn’t Want You To See

Meet the Woman Who Stopped War Against Iran    The Story of Gwenyth Todd, Editorial Board Member, Veterans Today Press TV’s documentary program “Untold Truths” reveals documentary film about the life and experiences of former White House Middle East policy adviser, Gwenyth Todd, who has escaped to Australia to keep safe from FBI prosecution.   This documentary speaks for itself. Part 2 Veterans To ...

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PRETEXT: Secret Rules Let Obama Order ‘Pre-Emptive’ Cyber Hits

A secret legal review on the use of America’s growing arsenal of cyberweapons has concluded that President Obama has the broad power to order a pre-emptive strike if the United States detects credible evidence of a major digital attack looming from abroad, according to officials involved in the review.    That decision is among several reached in recent months as the administration moves, in the next few we ...

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NATION BUILDING: Iraq 10 Yrs After ‘Liberation’…Baghdad Flooded With Sewage

Torrential rain caused floods all over Baghdad last week. It was not a pleasant sight: as the city's ageing sewage system failed to cope, streets filled with murky grey water that smelled and looked as if it was heavily polluted with raw sewage. Upriver, the Tigris rose 15 feet in five hours, the highest it had been for 50 years, and dozens of villages were inundated. The disaster is not great by Baghdad st ...

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GET WHAT YOU PAID FOR: Here’s What Your $97 Million Drug War in Central America Actually Bought

The U.S. isn’t just shoveling cash to stem the tide of narcotics in Mexico and Colombia. Quietly, it’s built up its drug war in Central America, too — spending nearly $100 million over four years on advanced gear for local forces. Not that Washington has any idea what it’s gotten for its money. A new report from the Government Accountability Office provides a rare glimpse into the Central American war on dr ...

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BANGING THE WAR DRUMS: Targeting Iran Continues

Israel's likely coalition partners assure it. Spurious Iranian threats are hyped. What began years ago continues. Washington and Israel want puppet leaders replacing independent ones in power. At issue is unchallenged regional dominance. On January 27, Haaretz headlined "Netanyahu: Iran preparing for another Holocaust." 
 At Sunday's cabinet meeting, he told ministers that "holocaust denial is continued ene ...

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