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26 Jan. 2023
Turkey's Elections Are Not Just Turkey's
To maximize the opportunity for the Turkish public to come to the polls… President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan brought forward the election date from an originally scheduled June 18 to May 14. Erdoğan’s treatment — through a judiciary totally under his
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3 Feb. 2023
The Man Who Wants 'Cities to Fall Apart'?
According to published reports, George Soros is teaching college courses these days to thousands of students. To be clear, he is not actually on campuses in front of the class. Rather, exhaustive investigations by journalists reveal how his reach,
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2 Mar. 2018
Germany says ‘acute threat’ of hack averted after detection
BERLIN (AP) — A German security official says the immediate threat posed by a cyberattack on the government’s secure computer network was averted soon after it was detected.Following a report by news agency dpa on Wednesday, the government ackno
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28 Mar. 2017
Purists Kill Whatever They Believe In
According to The New York Times, 10 moderates, 15 conservatives, and eight other Republicans would have voted against the Republican repeal and replace Obamacare bill. So, then, 15 or so conservatives made it impossible to pass the bill favored by nearly every other Republican and by President Donald Trump. If that is the case, what
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9 Oct. 2019
Turkey Launches Military Offensive In Northern Syria As US Troops Leave The Region
Turkey Launches Military Offensive In Northern Syria As US Troops Leave The Region
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7 Oct. 2019
Stop What You’re Doing And Read The Blockbuster Speech That Got This French Conservative Investigated By Government Censors
‘We must all rise up.’
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29 Jan. 2023
Iran: Great Replacement Ahead?
Since 1979, when the mullahs seized power, Iran has topped the list of countries hit by “brain drain”. However, what was a sectoral hemorrhage may now become a general bleeding affecting other sectors of the population. The study shows that the desire to
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28 Feb. 2017
A Nation of Immigrants — Only If They Assimilate
I am writing this column in Japan, a country whose crime rate is the lowest among countries with large populations. I asked my Japanese translator, a middle-aged woman, what she thought. “Why is there is so little crime in Japan?” I asked. Without taking a moment to reflect, she responded, “Because we don’t allow immigration...
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7 Oct. 2019
FACT CHECK: Did George Bernard Shaw Say A Quote Comparing Apples To Ideas?
‘Each of us will have two ideas’
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8 Oct. 2019
Hong Kong-Based Gamer Suspended, Forced To Return Winnings For Supporting Protests
‘It could cause me lot of trouble, even my personal safety in real life. But I think it’s my duty to say something about the issue’
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2 Feb. 2023
The Never-Ending 'Pandemic': 360 Million Christians Persecuted Worldwide
Overall, the global persecution of Christians remains higher than ever, with 360 million believers suffering high levels of discrimination and violence. These are among some of the findings of the World Watch List 2023, recently published by the
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1 Mar. 2018
Colombia’s FARC leader Timochenko hospitalized with chest pains
BOGOTA (Reuters) – Colombian former FARC rebel leader Rodrigo Londono, known by his nom de guerre Timochenko, was hospitalized on Thursday with chest pains and is under observation, the group said in a statement. Timochenko, who in late 2016
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