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    Iran Deploys Revolutionary Guards to Quell “The New Sedition” in Anti-Government Protest
    Jan04

    Iran Deploys Revolutionary Guards to Quell “The New Sedition” in Anti-Government Protest

    Iran’s Revolutionary Guard dispatched forces to Hamadan, Isfahan and Lorestan provinces to tackle “the new sedition.” – TEHRAN – Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards have deployed forces to three provinces to put down anti-government unrest after six days of protests that have rattled the clerical leadership and left 21 people dead. The...

    Activist lawyer’s murder sparks outrage in Ukraine
    Jan02

    Activist lawyer’s murder sparks outrage in Ukraine

    Kiev: The murder of a lawyer who helped convict her sister’s well-connected killer sparked public outrage in Ukraine on Tuesday and a warning from the foreign minister that the slaying marked “a challenge to the state.” Lawyer and activist Iryna Nozdrovska spent two years working on the case against Dmytro Rossoshansky — a Kiev...

    Politics: From the Pentagon’s UFO program to death by cyanide at the UN court: 17 unbelievable stories that got lost in the relentless news cycle of 2017
    Jan02

    Politics: From the Pentagon’s UFO program to death by cyanide at the UN court: 17 unbelievable stories that got lost in the relentless news cycle of 2017

    The news cycle moved incredibly fast in 2017, and there were plenty of fascinating stories you might have missed. President Donald Trump. Hurricanes Harvey, Maria, and Irma. The Russia investigation. The #MeToo movement. Las Vegas. There were so many huge, consequential stories in 2017, and they all came at a breakneck pace, one after another....

    UN Security Council Welcomes 6 New Members     
    Jan02

    UN Security Council Welcomes 6 New Members     

    The U.N. Security Council has welcomed six new non-permanent members — Equatorial Guinea, Ivory Coast, Kuwait, the Netherlands, Peru, and Poland. The six new countries, voted on by the 193-member General assembly for two-year terms, will have a strong voice in matters dealing with international peace and security during their time on the...

    Six countries enter the UN Security Council
    Jan02

    Six countries enter the UN Security Council

    The UN Security Council, seem here in a session on North Korea, has six new members © AFP/File / KENA BETANCURUnited Nations, United States, Jan 2 – Equatorial Guinea, Ivory Coast, Kuwait, Peru, Poland and the Netherlands formally joined the ranks of the non-permanent members of the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday “to make a...

    How Silicon Valley’s Capitalist Greed Continues to Cheat Creators and Rob American Culture
    Jan02

    How Silicon Valley’s Capitalist Greed Continues to Cheat Creators and Rob American Culture

    It’s time to poke holes in the weak argument for why YouTube and other social media platforms aren’t held accountable for copyright violation or slanderous content. First, they came for the music, and we did not speak out—because most are not musicians.Then they came for the news, and we did not speak out—because most are not...

    Outrage in Ukraine over activist lawyer’s slaying

    KIEV: The murder of a lawyer who helped convict her sister’s well-connected killer sparked public outrage in Ukraine Tuesday and a warning from the foreign minister that the slaying marked “a challenge to the state”. Lawyer and activist Iryna Nozdrovska spent two years working on the case against Dmytro Rossoshansky — a Kiev...

    Outrage in Ukraine over activist lawyer’s slaying

    KIEV: The murder of a lawyer who helped convict her sister’s well-connected killer sparked public outrage in Ukraine Tuesday and a warning from the foreign minister that the slaying marked “a challenge to the state”. Lawyer and activist Iryna Nozdrovska spent two years working on the case against Dmytro Rossoshansky — a Kiev...

    Activist lawyer’s murder sparks outrage in Ukraine
    Jan02

    Activist lawyer’s murder sparks outrage in Ukraine

    Kiev: The murder of a lawyer who helped convict her sister’s well-connected killer sparked public outrage in Ukraine on Tuesday and a warning from the foreign minister that the slaying marked “a challenge to the state.” Lawyer and activist Iryna Nozdrovska spent two years working on the case against Dmytro Rossoshansky — a Kiev...

    Politics: From the Pentagon’s UFO program to death by cyanide at the UN court: 17 unbelievable stories that got lost in the relentless news cycle of 2017
    Jan02

    Politics: From the Pentagon’s UFO program to death by cyanide at the UN court: 17 unbelievable stories that got lost in the relentless news cycle of 2017

    The news cycle moved incredibly fast in 2017, and there were plenty of fascinating stories you might have missed. President Donald Trump. Hurricanes Harvey, Maria, and Irma. The Russia investigation. The #MeToo movement. Las Vegas. There were so many huge, consequential stories in 2017, and they all came at a breakneck pace, one after another....