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US biological weapons classic example of Frankenstein monster: Analyst

    US biological weapons classic example of Frankenstein monster: Analyst

The US Army’s reported production of lethal viruses, bacteria, and toxins in various nations will eventually turn on the US and destroy the country, says an American writer and academic. “The problem here is when you get involved in this kind of stuff, I mean the biological warfare type of stuff, you’re talking about the…

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EU to double funding for military force in West Africa’s Sahel region

    EU to double funding for military force in West Africa’s Sahel region

The European Union is to double the budget allocated to a multi-national force in West Africa’s Sahel region as part of a declared mission to crack down on militancy and human trafficking there. Europe fears that growing instability in the Sahel region of Africa — an arid land mass lying to the immediate south of…

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Israel’s crackdown on African asylum-seekers

    Israel’s crackdown on African asylum-seekers

Israel is planning to deport thousands of African refugees from the occupied territories. The refugees will reportedly be sent to Rwanda or Uganda. Israel is under fire for jailing hundreds of African asylum seekers every year without trial

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Trump administration considering new sanctions against Russia

    Trump administration considering new sanctions against Russia

The administration US President Donald Trump is considering new sanctions against Russia in response to alleged election meddling and a cyber attack last year, in a bid to push back against criticism that it has been slow to act. The sanctions process is slow moving for legal reasons and cannot be accelerated in response to…

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Bangladesh accelerates plan to put Rohingya refugees on isolated island

  Bangladesh accelerates plan to put Rohingya refugees on isolated island

The government in Bangladesh is rapidly pushing a controversial plan to relocate some 100,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees from Myanmar to an isolated and flood-prone island in the Bay of Bengal, where they may be stranded forever. Reuters reported on Wednesday that work on the project had accelerated in recent months as a group of foreign…

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US Supreme Court forbids seizure of Persian artifacts

  US Supreme Court forbids seizure of Persian artifacts

The US Supreme Court has ruled that American citizens injured in a 1997 suicide bombing in Israel cannot seize ancient Persian artifacts from a  Chicago university and museum as compensation. The country’s highest court on Wednesday unanimously upheld a federal appeals court’s decision in favor of Iran that had prevented the plaintiffs from obtaining Persian…

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Catholic social teaching

  Catholic social teaching
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Cultural diplomacy

  Cultural diplomacy
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NATO has already voted before us, by Manlio Dinucci

  NATO has already voted before us, by Manlio Dinucci

Gavin Williamson (UK) and James Mattis (USA) There is a party that, even if it does not appear, takes part in the Italian elections: the NATO Party. It is formed by a transversal majority, that explicitly or tacitly supports Italy’s membership of the Great Alliance under U.S. command. This explains why, at the height of…

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Operation Pacific Eagle: The US and Duterte Take Aim at China and the Armed Poor

  Operation Pacific Eagle: The US and Duterte Take Aim at China and the Armed Poor

As we conclude this exclusive MPN series, we compare Operation Pacific Eagle to the notorious counterinsurgency initiative “Plan Colombia” and look at how the new Pentagon mission enables the U.S. to continue encircling China with its military bases. We speak to exiled Filipino revolutionary Jose Maria Sison and Professors William I. Robinson and Roland Simbulan.…

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Mass Shootings Are a Symptom of a Problem That Gun Control Won’t Solve

  Mass Shootings Are a Symptom of a Problem That Gun Control Won’t Solve

While the outrage and horror being expressed about the most recent mass school shooting that took place on Valentine’s Day in Florida is certainly warranted, the anger is incredibly displaced. Anger, disappointment, fear and sadness are all acceptable and understandable emotions to experience after an event such as this takes place in the United States…

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