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Assange Backed Into a Corner, Drops Bomb On Entire U.S. Government

Julian Assange and WikiLeaks have done this world a great service. While they are not the group actually hacking agencies, they have spent more than ten years collecting, validating, archiving, and disseminating information the people deserve to see. WikiLeaks has played a major role in exposing Hillary Clinton, …

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Zero Hour to Liberate Mosul, Daesh Last Major Stronghold in Iraq, Ticked

The battle to regain Mosul from Daesh kicked off at 12 midnight October 17, 2016 with the participation of more than 25,000 Iraqi troops from various legions. Mosul is Islamic State’s last major stronghold in Iraq. It was once the country’s second-largest city, with a diverse population of about 1.2 …

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This Year, A Muslim Holy Day Is The Day After 9/11; Here’s Why That Matters

This September 11 will be the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that ripped a hole in the soul of the world. The cowards who perpetrated these acts also scarred the image of Islam, so much so that when millions of Muslims condemned these attacks from their mosques …

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US, Russia Cheer New Peace Deal on Syria

Marathon peace talks between the U.S. and Russia have reportedly produced a sweeping new agreement on Syria, including a nationwide ceasefire and coordinated strikes against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and al Qaeda-affiliated militants. The top Russian and American diplomats on Saturday cheered the details …

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Will Defeat of ISIL in Sirte Trigger New Civil War in Libya?

Since August 1, when President Barack Obama announced the start of an air war against the Islamic State (ISIL) in Libya, the United States has conducted a total of 57 air strikes, most involving close air support for Libyan militia forces, ostensibly loyal to the United Nations-imposed Government …

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