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Farmers in distress as agrarian crises haunt India

    Farmers in distress as agrarian crises haunt India

Munawar Zaman  Press TV, New Delhi Millions of farmers in India are facing economic hardship as the result of government policies and natural phenomena including droughts. As Munawar Zaman reports, Indian farmers have been staging protests nationwide to demand loan waivers and higher crop prices.   

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Before the Ink Could Dry: Saudis Violate Yemen Truce with Fierce Attacks on Hodeida

    Before the Ink Could Dry: Saudis Violate Yemen Truce with Fierce Attacks on Hodeida

HODEIDA, YEMEN — Hope was quickly dashed for the residents of Yemen’s Hodeida after a week of peace talks in Sweden initially gave rise to a ceasefire between Houthi forces and the Saudi-led coalition.  But instead of peace, the sounds of fierce clashes and coalition fighter jets re-echo throughout the province. Saudi Arabia has violated…

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Arguing with Zionists in Public: The Necessity of a Debate that Offends and Appalls

    Arguing with Zionists in Public: The Necessity of a Debate that Offends and Appalls

LONDON —  “I came here hoping to see if the other side had any new arguments, any fresh things to say, but what I found out [is] that this gentleman has trotted out every single cliche the Zionists have in their bag and it is very depressing that this is all you have got.” This short…

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The US Opened Its Borders to 750,000 Refugees After the Vietnam War and It Can Do so Again

    The US Opened Its Borders to 750,000 Refugees After the Vietnam War and It Can Do so Again

The thousands of people now trying to flee violence in Central America are small in number compared to those who were desperately trying to escape from Vietnam and other Indochina countries decades ago. In the spring of 1975—with the U.S. either on the brink of pulling out of Vietnam, or already gone—over 131,000 South Vietnamese…

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Sudan’s Bashir first Arab leader to visit Damascus in 8 years

  Sudan’s Bashir first Arab leader to visit Damascus in 8 years

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir arrived in Syria’s capital of Damascus on Sunday in the first such visit by an Arab leader since the start of the Syrian conflict in 2011. Bashir was officially welcomed at the airport by his Syrian counterpart Bashar al-Assad, official photos showed. The two leaders discussed the “situations and crises faced…

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UN chief calls for ‘credible’ investigation into Khashoggi’s murder

  UN chief calls for ‘credible’ investigation into Khashoggi’s murder

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called for a “credible” investigation into the murder of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who is said to have been killed by the highest levels of Speaking at the Doha Forum 2018 on Sunday, the UN chief said he had no information on Khashoggi's murder at the Saudi consulate in…

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Palestinian Resistance

  Palestinian Resistance

This edition of the program is about the 31st anniversary of Hamas founding. It discusses that Israel’s atrocities to crush Palestinians’ resistance have backfired and the people of Palestine are more united instead.

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Trump’s soon-to-be chief of staff called him ‘terrible human being’ in 2016

  Trump’s soon-to-be chief of staff called him ‘terrible human being’ in 2016

A newly released video shows US President Donald Trump's current budget director and soon-to-be Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney calling him “a terrible human being” during a 2016 campaign debate. The video was released Saturday by left-leaning American news and opinion website The Daily Beast, prompting broad speculations that one of Mulvaney’s first task as…

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France Protests

  France Protests

The fifth week of protests started in Paris on Saturday defying president macron’s government call to stay home. 7 people have lost their lives and hundreds have been arrested with 8000 police forces clashing with ralliers using tear gas and water cannon. To ease the tension, President macron made promises on Monday to raise the…

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UK, USA, China, Iran, India

  UK, USA, China, Iran, India

This week Lembit Opik looked at stories all around the world, sorting out the reality from the rubbish. Lembit has a look at the Brexit dream that’s become a nightmare for the British Parliament. Meanwhile, America’s BAD TEMPER is making its enemies into good friends with EACH OTHER. And Mr. Opik takes a look at…

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