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Sanctions On Iran Over Nuclear Program Lifted, New Sanctions Over Missile Test Imposed

The new sanctions prevent 11 entities and individuals linked to the missile program from using the US banking system. The move came after international nuclear sanctions on Iran were lifted as part of a deal hailed by President Barack Obama on Sunday as “smart”. Four American-Iranians were also …

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Washington’s Infatuation With Merkel’s Germany is Over After Cologne?

The mass sexual assaults and robberies during New Year celebrations in Cologne dramatically affected the way the United States views Angela Merkel and Germany, journalist Gero Schliess wrote for Deutsche Welle.  “In the last few years, many in the Unites States have looked across the Atlantic with admiration and respect,” DW’s …

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America’s War against the Islamic State (ISIS): A Complete Hoax. ISIS, Al Qaeda, Al-Nusra, Et Al are US Creations

Stephen Lendman US post-9/11 war on terror reflects state-sponsored deception – with the media complicit in conning the public to believe Washington opposes what it actively supports. ISIS, Al Qaeda, Jabhat al-Nusra and various splinter groups are US creations, used as imperial foot soldiers, flourishing because Washington and …

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