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Bipartisan torpedo against withdrawal from Afghanistan, by Manlio Dinucci

Hundreds of thousands of civilian casualties, more than 2,400 US soldiers killed (plus an unspecified number of wounded), about 1,000 billion dollars spent: this is the sum total of 19 years of US war in Afghanistan, plus the cost to NATO allies and others who have stood by the US in the war. Balance sheet…

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Bulgarian President denounces Borissov’s “mafia-type” government

On 9 July 2010, the seat of the Bulgarian presidency was requisitioned on orders from Prime Minister Boïko Borissov (left in the photo). A crowd immediately took to the streets in support of President Roumen Radev (right in the photo) and to accuse the Prime Minister and the General-Prosecutor of manipulating the justice system. On…

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The slow disintegration of the Republic in France, by Thierry Meyssan

The Yellow Vests have always displayed the French flag in their events; a symbol absent from events organized by environmentalists. The first wave In October 2018, in France, a deaf woman protested from small towns and the countryside. The country’s leaders and the media were stunned to discover the existence of a social class they…

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US Army against Trump

The United States Army addressed an email to all of its civilian and military staff denouncing white supremacism. The thrust of the message is that celebrating Columbus Day, denying the existence of white privilege, talking about American exceptionalism and claiming that there is only one human race are characteristic signs of the far right (meaning…

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Iran’s position on lifting of UN sanctions, by Majid Takht Ravanchi

I am writing to you with reference to a letter contained in document S/2020/608, wherein the representative of the Israeli regime has bemoaned the termination of the application of certain measures on the export to and import from the Islamic Republic of Iran of arms as specified in resolution 2231 (2015). Since the conclusion of…

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239 scientists question how Covid-19 is transmitted

From the outset of the Covid-19 pandemic, it was taken for granted that the virus spread via respiratory droplets in the air and through contact. It was on this assumption that we were advised to wipe door handles, wear a mask and observe “social distancing”. However, this mode of transmission was never proven. If Covid-19…

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“Trump Puts Russia First”, by Susan Rice

Since at least February, and possibly as early as March 2019, the United States has had compelling intelligence that a committed adversary, Russia, paid bounties to Taliban linked fighters to kill American troops in Afghanistan. American service members were reportedly killed as a result. To this day, the president of the United States has done…

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Joint Statement by Iran, the Russian Federation and the Republic of Turkey

Video Tele-Conference (VTC) President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, H.E. Hassan Rouhani, President of the Russian Federation, H.E. Vladimir Putin, and President of the Republic of Turkey, H.E. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, held a tripartite virtual summit on 1 July 2020. The Presidents: 1. Discussed the current situation on the ground in Syria, reviewed the…

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Russian statement on the 20th anniversary of the ratification of Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

Twenty years ago on June 30, Russia ratified the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), one of the most important international legal documents in the field of arms control and non-proliferation. Russia was one of the first countries to declare a moratorium on nuclear tests in 1992. That important and responsible decision was based on Russia’s firm…

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New Zealand espionage revelations

During the Cold War, the New Zealand secret intelligence service carried out various operations on behalf of the “Five Eyes” (Australia, Canada, United States, New Zealand, United Kingdom). Thus, at the end of the 1980s, the Security Intelligence Service (SIS) in Wellington reportedly broke into the Indian and Iranian embassies, where inter alia they installed…

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