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Sky News witnesses horrors of Syria’s last rebel outpost

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Sky News has gained exclusive access to the bombardment of Idlib – the last rebel outpost in Syria – and witnessed first-hand the relentless attack on civilians inside the province. We saw how the ceasefire brokered by Russia and Turkey last year in Sochi – which declared a nine-mile demilitarised zone between rebel and regime Read More

Assange indictments aim to ‘discourage media from reporting atrocities & war crimes’

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New charges against WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange are revenge for the embarrassment he brought on the US government and a signal to media to stay clear of US war crimes and corruption, lawyer and activist Kevin Zeese told RT. A superseding indictment revealed by the US Justice Department on Thursday charges Assange with additional 17 counts Read More

Sky News witnesses horrors of Idlib as crew shelled by Syrian regime

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Sky News has gained exclusive access to the bombardment of Idlib – the last rebel outpost in Syria – and witnessed first-hand the relentless attack on civilians inside the province. We saw how the ceasefire brokered by Russia and Turkey last year in Sochi – which declared a nine-mile demilitarised zone between rebel and regime Read More

Ankara rejects media reports of US two-week ultimatum on S-400 deal

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Ankara has rejected news reports that the US has set an official deadline for Turkey to pull out from the S-400 deal with Russia by the end of the first week of June, according to Turkish TV channel A Haber. “Nothing of that kind at the official level,” Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Yavuz Read More

Is Soros-linked Avaaz group a credible source on fake news? Mainstream media seems to think so

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Mainstream news outlets have eagerly reported on a study by the Avaaz campaign group, claiming far-right disinformation groups have been spreading fake news in the lead up to EU elections — but is the group all that it seems? The Avaaz network bills itself as social action group bringing “people-powered politics to decision-making everywhere” and Read More

Almost two-thirds of Americans oppose pre-emptive US strike on Iran, fresh poll finds

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A sizeable majority of US citizens oppose the idea of pre-emptive strikes on Iran, and massively disapprove of Trump’s policy towards the Islamic Republic, a survey has revealed as tensions continue to flare in the Gulf. Some 60 percent of Americans believe that the US should not attack Iranian armed forces first, while a measly Read More

‘Where are the headlines?’ Roger Waters points to Syria gas attack ‘stench’ in wake of leaked report

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Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters has slammed the official narrative surrounding an alleged chemical weapons attack in Douma, Syria last year, citing a report that states no such attack took place. After the media came out in force to claim Syrian President Bashar Assad dropped canisters of chlorine gas on his own people in Douma, Syria Read More

Nordstrom first quarter results disappoint, cuts 2019 forecast

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FILE PHOTO: The Nordstrom store is pictured in Broomfield, Colorado, February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Rick Wilking/File Photo (Reuters) – Nordstrom Inc on Tuesday cut its forecast for full-year sales and profit after reporting lackluster first-quarter results, blaming softer trends and “executional issues” related to its loyalty program, sending its shares down nearly 9%. The retailer, which Read More

Let me borrow your ride: US gets UK carrier, while her captain gets the boot

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The captain of the HMS Queen Elizabeth has just been relieved of command, reportedly over borrowing the ship’s car for personal use. Yet the US Marines are about to do basically the same with the Royal Navy’s flagship carrier. Commodore Nick Cook-Priest, who took over as captain of the Queen Elizabeth (R08) in October 2018, Read More

Monsanto spied on friend and foe alike in several countries to sway opinion on GMO & herbicides

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The recently exposed illegal dossier US herbicide maker Monsanto, now owned by German Pharmaceutical firm Bayer, apparently compiled to influence public opinion, included people from seven European states and maybe beyond. Monsanto files listing prominent pro- and anti-herbicide public figures, initially revealed by French media, included “stakeholders in France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Spain and Read More