Day: January 12, 2020

Global News

Protests pile pressure on Iran after admission of plane strike

January 12, 2020 By Parisa Hafezi DUBAI (Reuters) – Iranian protesters and newspapers piled pressure on the country’s leadership and riot police stepped up their presence in Tehran on Sunday after Iran’s military admitted that it had mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian airliner. Riot police fired teargas at thousands of Iranians who had taken to […]

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US Politics

Is This a Funeral or a Rally? Top Democratic Candidate Joe Biden Can’t Fill a Living Room in Iowa

Joe Biden is the current leader in the Democratic primaries. The first vote — the Iowa caucus – is less than one month away. But Democrats are having a hard time this year.  Besides all of their insane, job-killing, America-hating policies, they are also lacking in energy. Here is a look at Joe Biden’s latest […]

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Thousands join Thai anti-government run, while rival camp pushes back

January 12, 2020 By Panu Wongcha-um and Panarat Thepgumpanat BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thousands of Thais joined a run in the capital on Sunday in what appeared to be the biggest show of dissent against the government of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, although he also drew a big show of support at a rival event. Police […]

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US Politics

CORRUPT AS HELL! FBI Attorney Dana Boente Signed FBI Response to FISA Court Abuse – This Is Same Dirty Cop Who Signed Fraudulent Carter Page FISA Warrant!

This is appalling! The FBI responded to the FISA Court’s request for information on what it will do to ensure FISA Warrants in the future are no longer fraudulent bags of garbage. Based on who signed the FBI’s response, it’s clear that the FBI will do nothing to ensure the reliability and legality of FISA […]

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US Politics

Rudy Giuliani Claims on Judge Jeanine that Impeachment of President Trump is Unconstitutional and Should be Voided

Rudy Giuliani was on Justice with Judge Jeanine on Saturday night claimed that President Trump could have the articles of impeachment from the House thrown out because they are unconstitutional.  This strategy is something we argued for a month ago. The President’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani was on Judge Jeanine’s show on FOX News on Saturday […]

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Australian PM proposes high-powered inquiry into bushfires response

January 12, 2020 By Lidia Kelly MELBOURNE (Reuters) – After weeks of criticism over the handling of the bushfires scorching Australia, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday he will propose a national review into the response to the disaster, as the fires claimed another firefighter’s life. With the Australian bush burning for nearly three […]

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China says will not change position on Taiwan after landslide election

January 12, 2020 By Ben Blanchard and Yimou Lee TAIPEI (Reuters) – China will not change its position that Taiwan belongs to it, Beijing said on Sunday, after President Tsai Ing-wen won re-election and said she would not submit to China’s threats, as state media warned she was courting disaster. The election campaign was dominated […]

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Libyan forces loyal to Haftar announce ceasefire, GNA agrees to truce

January 12, 2020 BENGHAZI (Reuters) – Libyan eastern forces loyal to commander Khalifa Haftar announced on Saturday a ceasefire in the western region, which includes the capital Tripoli, starting 00:01 a.m. on Sunday (22:01 GMT) and the internationally recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) agreed to the truce. Since April, Libyan National Army forces loyal […]

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US Politics

Man Who Assaulted and Spit on Trump Supporter at Florida Restaurant Sentenced to 90 Days in Jail

A man who spit on a Trump supporter and slapped his “Make American Great Again” hat at a Florida restaurant in October has been sentenced to 90 days in jail. Robert Youngblood, 67, was sitting at the bar at Hurricane Grill in Vero Beach when he was confronted by Matthias Ajple, 43. On Thursday, Ajple […]

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Relatives of massacre victims torn over future in Mexico as most flee

January 12, 2020 By Lizbeth Diaz LA MORA, Mexico (Reuters) – Two months after tragedy struck, beefed-up security has helped calm the holdout residents of a tight-knit community of U.S.-Mexican families of Mormon origin. But with only a few families staying put, at least one village is being hollowed out. The gangland ambush by cartel […]

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