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The Russian Navy Is Back
By Eric Margolis
Washington just hates it when the Russians dare do what the US has been doing since World War II: conduct gunboat diplomacy. – http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article45881.htm
China ‘Marco Polo’ Xi Jinping Starts Jockeying in Post-Obama World
By Pepe Escobar
Obama, is in Germany passing the caretaker « leader of the free world » baton to a deer-caught-in-the-headlights Angela Merkel. – http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article45880.htm
America’s Spiral Into Permanent War Seems More Foolish Than Ever
By Conn Hallinan
« Our policies, meant to extirpate our enemies, have strengthened and perpetuated them. » – http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article45876.htm
Installing a Torture Fan at CIA
By Ray McGovern
Trump was serious when he said he would support « waterboarding and much worse. » – http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article45878.htm
Trump’s Pick for CIA Director, Could Take the Agency Back to its Darkest Days
By Jennifer Williams
Trump has tapped Republican Rep. Mike Pompeo to head the CIA, putting a hawkish lawmaker who favors brutally interrogating detainees like waterboarding and « rectal feeding »; – http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article45875.htm
The Election: Of Hate, Grief, and a New Story
By Charles Eisenstein
It is time to stop feeding hate. – http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article45877.htm
What to Do About ‘Fake News’
By Robert Parry
A kind of Ministry of Truth has been set up by Google, tackling « fake news » – http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article45879.htm
An Extreme Form of Capitalism is the Ideological Framework of This Divided World
By Graham Peebles
How duplicitous, inadequate politicians have repeatedly deceived the public over the last forty years. – http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article45882.htm
At least 17 killed, dozens injured in E. Aleppo:
At least 17 people were killed by heavy gunfire and about a dozen more were rounded up and executed after hundreds of civilians trying to leave eastern Aleppo protested against the rebel blockade of exit routes, the Russian Defense Ministry said.
All hospitals in eastern Aleppo out of action after bombardments – officials:
The Syrian army and its allies resumed operations after a pause lasting weeks. They launched ground attacks against insurgent positions on Friday.
For Syria rebels, Trump win adds to uncertain fate:
The rebels hope a more isolationist United States will give regional states a free hand, allowing Saudi Arabia to provide the anti-aircraft missiles President Barack Obama has vetoed.
ISIS leaders in Tel Afar start to flee toward Syria:
Iraqi media outlets reported on Saturday, that leaders of the Islamic State extremist group started to flee toward Syria, along with their families, due to the advance of security forces from army, police and al-Hashd al-Shaabi in Tel Afar district east of Mosul.
43 killed in Iraq attacks:
At least 40 militants from the Islamic State (IS) terror group and three policemen were killed on Saturday in several attacks against army barracks in northern Iraq
Islamic State kills 12 Sunni tribal fighters, police south of Mosul:
The tribal fighters and police were gunned down at two fake checkpoints set up by the insurgents in Shirqat, a Sunni town between Mosul and Baghdad, they said.
Kurds must give up captured territory once ISIS is defeated, Iraqi leader says;
Iraq’s Prime Minister says Kurdish forces must withdraw from towns captured from ISIS once the terror group is defeated as tensions mount between Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government over future control of the territory in northern Iraq.
More than 20 dead in heavy clashes in Yemen:
Loyalist military sources told AFP that 13 rebels and eight pro-government forces were killed over the past 24 hours, while the rebels reported dozens of casualties in shelling of a local market.
Yemen truce strained by reports of air strikes and fighting:
The truce seemed to be largely holding up despite gun battles in the Western city of Taiz and air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition reported by residents in villages east of the capital Sanaa.
Netanyahu to urge Trump to ‘tighten noose’ on Iran, not scrap nuke deal:
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans to push President-elect Donald Trump into tougher Iran sanctions, officials told Bloomberg.
Jerusalem said to welcome Trump’s ‘pro-Israel’ security picks:
Source says incoming CIA chief Pompeo and national security adviser Flynn are both supporters of Israeli policies, Army Radio reports
Libya: 12 killed in fresh clashes in Sabha city:
Seven people were killed and 25 others were injured on Friday after clashes renewed in Al-Minshiya neighborhood in downtown Sabha between tribal armed groups.
25 insurgents, 8 security personnel killed in separate attacks in Afghanistan;
At least 13 insurgents have been killed, while 17 others were injured in Afghan security forces’ ground operations and in air strikes carried out in Afghanistan’s Sar-e-Pul province.
Rebels Kill 3 Indian Army Soldiers in Troubled Northeast:
Rebels ambushed two Indian army vehicles early Saturday and killed at least three soldiers and critically wounded four others in the country’s remote northeast, police said.
Fresh mass rally against South Korea’s Park Geun-Hye:
Saturday’s protest came as Park’s approval ratings plunged with prosecutors planning to interview her, making her the first sitting South Korean president to be questioned in a criminal case.
Thousands Flood Streets to Protest Malaysian Prime Minister:
Thousands of protesters wearing yellow have come out Saturday to demand that Malaysian Prime Minister step down amid an ongoing corruption scandal where he is alleged to have been involved in the theft of at least US$3.5 billion from a state-run company.
U.N. investigator says Australia responsible for children suffering in detention:
Australia is responsible for children detained for years in an offshore immigration center developing post-traumatic stress disorder and other ailments, a United Nations investigator into the human rights of migrants said on Friday.
Globalism Is Taking A Beating : Nigel Farage MEP: Video –
If you thought that the movement against the neo-liberal, PC elite of the western world is over, think again.
Senator Rand Paul will block a John Bolton Secretary of State [Video]
After listening to Rand Paul, expect a Mitt Romney Secretary of State, while Paul likes Senator Corker from Tennessee as « a more reaosnable and rational hand. »
Trump reassures NATO chief of alliance’s ‘enduring importance,’ contradicting campaign rhetoric;
The conversation is likely to come as welcome news to European leaders anxious about threats that Trump has made in the past to abandon the bloc.
Moscow demands explanation for Russian media plane being shadowed by Swiss fighter jets;
Moscow has asked the Swiss government for an explanation for the deployment of fighter jets to meet a civilian Russian plane carrying journalists to a summit in Peru, saying it is particularly concerned by how perilously close the warplanes shadowed it.
Up to 80 Islamists planted in Europe readying for attack – Dutch counterterrorism official;
The would-be fighters get messages from the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) group « asking them not to come to Syria and Iraq, but to prepare attacks in Europe, » Holland’s National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism Dick Schoof told AP.
Britain has passed the ‘most extreme surveillance law ever passed in a democracy’:
The law forces UK internet providers to store browsing histories — including domains visited — for one year, in case of police investigations.
Ex-CIA agent loses latest Italy extradition appeal:
A former CIA agent is considering whether to appeal against Portugal’s Supreme Court decision that she should be sent to Italy, where she has to serve a prison sentence for her alleged part in a U.S. program that involved kidnapping terror suspects for interrogation.
Obama Refuses to Pardon Edward Snowden. Trump’s New CIA Pick Wants Him Dead.:
President Obama indicated on Friday that he won’t pardon NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, even as President-elect Donald Trump announced his pick to run the CIA: Kansas congressman Mike Pompeo, who has called for « the traitor Edward Snowden » to be executed.
Jeremy Corbyn: Donald Trump is a rich white man pretending to be against the elites:
In a marked contrast to the tone adopted by Theresa May, Mr Corbyn accused Mr Trump of being a « climate change denier » who will not defend the world’s environment.
Mexican president vows talks, ‘new agenda’ with Trump:
« Mexico, like the rest of the world, is about to begin a new era in our relations with the United States, and in trade terms we want to give that relationship its fair value
Trump meets with harsh critic Romney as he races to fill top spots:
2012 GOP candidate, reportedly in running for secretary of state, says he and president-elect had ‘far-reaching’ discussion on world affairs
Jeff Sessions’ Nomination as Attorney General Alarms Civil Libertarians:
He’s an advocate for surveillance and an enemy of encryption; an opponent of criminal justice reform; and a hardliner on immigration.
Bernie Sanders urges millions to ‘mobilize and fight back’ against Trump’s presidency:
« We have got to rally millions of people to stand together, to say, ‘We are not going to be deporting millions of Latinos from this country … We are not going to allow women to be insulted and attacked and have their rights taken away from them,' » the Vermont senator said.
Call for a bold mobilization against the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 20, 2017:
On Friday, January 20, 2017, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as President of the United States. We call on all people of good conscience to join in disrupting the ceremonies.
« Let us be peace and joy »
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Number Of International Occupation Force Troops Slaughtered In Afghanistan : 2,858
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