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More Israeli Officials with Ties to Tel Aviv PM Netanyahu Arrested

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New legal problems for embattled Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have erupted less that a week after police in the Middle Eastern nation recommended that the leader be indicted on charges of corruption. Seven members of Netanyahu’s closest cabal were arrested Sunday in the deepening ‘Case 4000′ corruption probe into Netanyahu and his innermost circle of cronies. The most recent... 

Iceland: Jews Scream “Anti-Semitism” in Response to Ban on Infant Genital Mutilation

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They suck the blood off after they mutilate the penis of the baby, yes this ritual is purely Satanic but fear not these demons are still God’s chosen demons no matter what they do! Sorry, meant to say “people”. Should Iceland outlaw circumcision for boys, a common Satanic desert ritual among Jews and Muslims, it will prevent Jewish communities from being established in the country,... 

Parents Lose Custody of Daughter After Refusing to Support Her “Transition” to Male

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Hamilton County reportedly took legal custody of teenage girl diagnosed with depression, anxiety. Ohio government authorities forced parents to give up legal custody of their daughter after the mother and father said they opposed the girl’s decision to identify as a ‘boy’ and transition to being ‘male.’ The Hamilton County Job and Family Services took legal custody of the teenage girl, 17,... 

Congressional Candidate Paul Nehlen gets Banned from Twitter

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Twitter has purposefully decided to start using the word “suspension” to refer to both suspensions and permabans, so it is never clear which they are talking about when they use the word “suspension.” I don’t really understand how they can permanently ban a congressional candidate. But it appears that this is what has happened. Forward: Twitter suspended the account of congressional candidate... 

Chinese Police Begin Using Facial Recognition Sunglasses to Find Suspects

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Police in China have begun using sunglasses equipped with facial recognition technology in order to locate wanted suspects. The new tool, given to officers in Central China’s Henan Province, has reportedly led to the arrest of more than 30 people at the Zhengzhou East Railway Station since Thursday. According to China News Service, the country’s second largest state-owned news agency, seven kidnapping... 

Pakistani Court Convicts 31 Men of Lynching Student Falsely Accused of Blasphemy

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On Wednesday, a Pakistani court sentenced one man to death and handed prison terms to 30 others who were involved in the mob killing of a university student wrongfully accused of blasphemy last year. The anti-terrorism court in Haripur also announced Wednesday that 26 other suspects were acquitted and three more suspects are still on the loose. One recently arrested suspect has not yet faced trial.... 

Trump Attorneys Approve Second Special Counsel To Probe FBI & DOJ

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The war between the White House and the FBI/DOJ complex may be turning nuclear. While speaking to reported aboard Air Force 1, Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah said that President Trump’s attorneys have already approved the idea of appointing a second special counsel to investigate the FBI and Justice Department’s actions during the 2016 presidential campaign, according to White House pool reports. The... 

Switzerland & United States are the world’s most corrupt nations

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A new study from advocacy group Tax Justice Network reveals that Switzerland is the world’s most-corrupt country, with a “high secrecy score of 76.” It’s followed by the US and the Cayman Islands. “Switzerland is the grandfather of the world’s tax havens, one of the world’s largest offshore financial centers, and one of the world’s biggest secrecy jurisdictions or tax havens,” said... 

Congress Reauthorizes NSA Spying on Americans

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Section 702 of the Foreign Surveillance Authorization Act (FISA) was reauthorized Jan. 18 with a Senate vote of 65-34. Originally enacted in 2008, Section 702 provided the authorization for the warrantless surveillance program “that allows the NSA to collect texts and emails of foreigners abroad without an individualized warrant, even when they communicate with Americans in the U.S.,” explains... 

Apple faces US govt probe over performance-destroying iPhone update

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The US government has reportedly opened up an investigation into tech giant Apple amid a torrent of lawsuits alleging the company used an iPhone update to intentionally slow down older models. According to Bloomberg News, citing sources with knowledge of the matter, the US Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission have requested information from Apple as part of a probe into... 

Michael Moore: America Must be “Cleansed” of its “White Male Privilege”

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Far-left film maker Michael Moore called for America to be “cleansed” of its “white male privilege” during a speech in New York last night. Moore was giving an address at the ‘People’s State of the Union’ event in Manhattan, which was derided by its critics as having nothing to do with “the people” and everything to do with mega-rich celebrities lecturing Americans about how to think... 

Saudi Arabia says settlement in anti-corruption crackdown valued at $106 bn

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Settlements from Saudi Arabia’s crackdown on corruption have generated an estimated 400 billion riyal (US$106.7 billion), according to Attorney-General Sheikh Saud Al Mojeb. The settlements consist of a various assets including real estate, commercial entities, securities, and cash, Mojeb said, as cited in a statement released by the government’s information office. The attorney-general... 

Cambodia arrests European youngsters for debauchery party, mostly Britons

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A prisoner who was arrested in Cambodia for what police describe as ‘pornographic dancing’ with young women tourists say they are innocent and insist they do not know why they have been arrested. Police in Siem Reap, the popular town close to the famous ancient temples of Angkor Wat in the north west of the country, said the tourists would be appearing in court at a time to be announced. Police... 

Cuomo Sues Trump: Tax Cuts Hurting Illegals

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Not long after Gov. Andrew Cuomo promised free college tuition to DREAMers, New York launched a lawsuit against the Trump administration over its nationwide tax cuts because they hurt the state’s “fiscal health.” “New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are launching a coalition to sue the federal government to reverse the unjust tax laws,” Cuomo tweeted. “We will not stand idly by as the... 

Doctors worried about Julian Assange's health after 6 years of jail at Ecuadorian embassy

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Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks website that blew the whistle on US war atrocities in Iraq, has been dangerously affected by his confinement to the Ecuadorian embassy, doctors who examined him said. While Assange is theoretically free… there is basically little to no difference between a prison and living inside a building without having the right to get out and have a walk in the the... 
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