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Christian Slaughter in Libya

Christian Slaughter in Libya

on February 17, 2015, 7:05 AM / in International News

The disputed fate of the 21 Coptic Christians abducted in Sirte, Libya is now clear and visible for all to see on video: while holding them down, Islamic State members shove their fingers in the Christians’ eyes, crane their heads back, and slice away at their throats with knives-all in the name of Allah and Islam, all as the slaughtered […]

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Art world shakeup: Painting by Hitler sells for three times a Picasso

Art world shakeup: Painting by Hitler sells for three times a Picasso

on February 16, 2015, 8:06 AM / in International News

By Paul Bedard  / Washington Examiner Further proof that World War II and Nazi artifacts are on fire in the collectors world, a watercolor painted by Adolf Hitler before he became Germany’s mad man dictator sold at auction this week for $35,235, three times the winning bid of an original Picasso drawing. The watercolor of one of Vienna’s oldest Gothic […]

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Baneful Boehner and Bibi Show Coming Soon to Capitol Hill

Baneful Boehner and Bibi Show Coming Soon to Capitol Hill

on February 9, 2015, 7:53 AM / in International News, National News

Written by  Jack Kenny Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu’s planned speech on Iran before a joint session of the U.S. Congress next month is creating controversy in Jerusalem well as in Washington, the World Post, a partnership of the Huffington Post and the Berggruen Institute, reported. Labor Party leader Isaac Herzong, Netanyahu’s opponent in Israel’s March 17 election, called […]

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New Internet overseer ‘must be agreed before US 2016 vote’: CEO

New Internet overseer ‘must be agreed before US 2016 vote’: CEO

on February 9, 2015, 7:44 AM / in International News

Singapore (AFP) – Plans to transfer control of Internet overseer ICANN from US hands to a globally representative body could be jeopardised unless a deal is reached before the 2016 US elections, the group’s chief warned Monday. Fadi Chehade, chief executive of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, said opponents of the new oversight system may be deliberately […]

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Russia sanctions have cost EU 21 bn euros: Spain

Russia sanctions have cost EU 21 bn euros: Spain

on February 9, 2015, 7:40 AM / in International News

Brussels (AFP) – The EU has suffered 21 billion euros in lost exports as a result of sanctions against Russia over Ukraine, Spain’s foreign minister said Monday as he met his counterparts to discuss further measures. “Sanctions have had a heavy cost for us all, the EU has so far lost 21 billion euros ($23.7 billion). In Spain we have […]

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Key dates in Greece debt countdown

Key dates in Greece debt countdown

on February 9, 2015, 7:36 AM / in International News

Brussels (AFP) – Greece’s new anti-austerity government is seeking a renegotiation of its hated 240-billion-euro ($270-billion) bailout, but time is running out for both Athens and its international creditors to reach a deal. Here are the key dates in the coming weeks and months as Greece tries to avoid a default and possible exit from the euro, with a major […]

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UN children’s agency sells itself to big business, big donors

UN children’s agency sells itself to big business, big donors

on February 9, 2015, 6:43 AM / in International News, National News

By George Russell  /   FoxNews With governments increasingly unwilling to contribute funds, UNICEF is gambling that it can entice more than half a billion additional dollars from private individuals and multinational corporate partners over the next three years — and rebrand itself as a different kind of 21st Century global child welfare agency in the process. Rather than quaint card […]

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10 things you need to know today

10 things you need to know today

on February 6, 2015, 7:45 AM / in International News, National News

10. A new injury heightens doubt on Tiger Woods’ comeback potential Tiger Woods dropped out of the Farmers Insurance Open on the 12th hole on Thursday, fueling doubts about his chances of returning to championship form. Woods said a week ago that he felt great heading into the tournament, but his lower back gave out on him. Woods was 2 […]

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Jordan executes two in response to pilot’s slaying

Jordan executes two in response to pilot’s slaying

on February 6, 2015, 7:35 AM / in International News

Jim Michaels and John Bacon, USA TODAY A video released online Tuesday purportedly showed a Jordanian pilot captured by the Islamic State extremist group in Syria last month being burned to death by his captors following a weeklong drama over a possible prisoner exchange. (Feb. 3)   A government spokesman says Jordan executed two prisoners, including a female would-be al […]

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10 Things You Need to Know About Yesterday January 29th 2015 Edition

10 Things You Need to Know About Yesterday January 29th 2015 Edition

on January 29, 2015, 7:48 AM / in International News, National News

10. Joel Grey comes out at age 82 Broadway legend Joel Grey, father of Dirty Dancing-star Jennifer Grey, came out as gay in an interview published in People magazine this week. Grey, 82, said he had told his family about his sexual orientation years ago, but kept it private until now. “I don’t like labels, but if you have to […]

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“AKs Aren’t Accurate”

on January 28, 2015, 9:04 AM / in International News, National News

Ever been on the wrong end of an AK 47, well a few of you may have been. In the past, there have disparaging remarks made by a great many over the accuracy of the Russian made weapon and those that use and carry the weapon. Well today, my Russian friend here is going to dispel some of those rumors that […]

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The war on frat culture

The war on frat culture

on January 26, 2015, 6:50 AM / in International News, National News

Just because the biggest scandal involving a fraternity house has fallen to bits, that doesn’t mean universities are stopping their crackdown By Tom Leonard  /  The Spectator It’s a new semester and a new start at the University of Virginia. Thomas Jefferson, the university’s founder, once encouraged America’s youth to ‘come and drink of the cup of knowledge and fraternise […]

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Gold Price Suppressed to Benefit Beijing, Says Top Expert

Gold Price Suppressed to Benefit Beijing, Says Top Expert

on January 25, 2015, 9:32 AM / in International News, National News

While the officially admitted manipulation and suppression of gold prices by Western central banks has been documented extensively, world renowned economist and money expert Jim Rickards argued last week that the real purpose of it was to benefit the Communist Party regime ruling mainland China. As China becomes a global superpower in an increasingly globalized world, the dictatorship in Beijing […]

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U.K. Christian School to be Shut Down After Gov’t Brands Students “Bigots”

U.K. Christian School to be Shut Down After Gov’t Brands Students “Bigots”

on January 25, 2015, 9:29 AM / in International News, National News

Written by  Selwyn Duke The government officials allegedly asked 10-year-old students what lesbians “did.” Another bureaucrat queried a young boy on what a Muslim was. And, apparently, they didn’t get the answers they wanted. Because one Christian school is now being actively monitored by the state — and another is going to be shut down. The latter is the Durham […]

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10 things you need to know today about yesterday January 21st 2015 Edition

10 things you need to know today about yesterday January 21st 2015 Edition

on January 21, 2015, 7:11 AM / in International News, National News

10. NFL investigates Patriots’ underinflated footballs The NFL found that the New England Patriots used underinflated footballs in their 45-7 win Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, which earned the Patriots a spot in the Super Bowl. A softer ball can be easier to throw and catch in rainy conditions like those of Sunday’s AFC championship game. The Patriots outscored the […]

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10 things you need to know today about yesterday January 20th Edition

10 things you need to know today about yesterday January 20th Edition

on January 20, 2015, 7:47 AM / in International News, National News

10. Amazon, fresh off TV success, decides to make movies, too Amazon announced Monday that it would begin producing and buying films for streaming on its Prime Instant Video service. The movies will be available for Amazon customers a month or two after they are released in theaters — down from a delay of up to a year for new […]

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‘This is rape, by definition’: UK is giving 10-year-olds contraceptive implants, records show

‘This is rape, by definition’: UK is giving 10-year-olds contraceptive implants, records show

on January 20, 2015, 5:30 AM / in International News

By Steve Weatherbe  / LifeSiteNews.com British girls as young as 10 are being injected with long-lasting contraceptive implants untested on anyone under 18—on the taxpayers dime. Pro-life and pro-family organizations have spoken out against the revelations, brought to light through freedom-of-information enquiries by the Daily Mail, on the grounds they encourage the exploitation of underage girls for sexual purposes. “Doctors […]

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Ukraine claim 700 Russian troops cross border to help rebels

Ukraine claim 700 Russian troops cross border to help rebels

on January 19, 2015, 9:09 AM / in International News

  Kiev (AFP) – Ukraine’s military claimed that some 700 Russian troops crossed into the country Monday to aid rebels fighting for control of the country’s east. “This morning, two groups of armed forces from the Russian Federation crossed the border” into rebel-held territory, military spokesman Andriy Lysenko told AFP.

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Policeman guarding polio workers shot in Karachi

Policeman guarding polio workers shot in Karachi

on January 19, 2015, 9:07 AM / in International News

  Karachi (AFP) – Gunmen on Monday wounded a policeman who was guarding a polio vaccination team in Pakistan’s port city of Karachi, the latest in a series of attacks on the teams in the country. The attack took place on the first day of a four-day local anti-polio campaign in the western neighbourhood of Orangi. Unidentified gunmen riding a […]

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I want to see Shariah law in Europe

I want to see Shariah law in Europe

on January 11, 2015, 6:51 AM / in International News, National News

AmericanNews.com Recently, one terrifying interview with a radical Muslim man that was posted to YouTube has Americans throughout the United States on their toes. “I want to see Shariah law in Europe,” the man says, “and I want to see it in America as well…Ultimately, I want to see every single woman in this country covered from head to toe, […]

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