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Saudi Press Just Accused US Govt of Blowing Up World Trade Centers as Pretext to Perpetual War

Washington, D.C. – In response to the U.S. Senate’s unanimous vote to allow 9/11 victims’ families to sue Saudi Arabia in federal court, a report published in the London-based Al-Hayat daily, by Saudi legal expert Katib al-Shammari, claims that the U.S. masterminded the terror attacks as a means of creating a nebulous “enemy” in order garner public support for a global war on terror. Top-ranked Cars, Trucks ...

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Snowden Calls on Trump to Drop Case Against WikiLeaks, Assange

Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden is calling on President Donald Trump to drop the U.S. government’s ongoing investigation into WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange. In a letter signed by Snowden as well as hundreds of others Trump is urged to end the pursuit against the anti-secrecy organization, in addition to dropping any charges against its members. “We are journalists, activists and citizens fro ...

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Turning point as Davos elites suddenly buying into the Silk Road initiative

With last weekend's Belt and Road Forum now in the history books, the significance of an ever-growing trade route from Korea to London has finally moved from being ignored by the Western elites, to suddenly being seen as a serious threat.  And on May 17 members of the World Economic Forum (Davos) are taking note and have put the new Silk Road 2.0 project squarely on their upcoming Summer agenda. The World E ...

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Pirates of the cyber Caribbean holding Disney movie for ransom

Just two days after the worldwide WannaCry ransomware hack swept across the world, wreaking havoc to banks, medical facilities, and corporate entities, a new ransom attack has emerged which puts one of Disney's billion dollar movie franchise on the edge. On May 16 it was reported that an unknown hacker, or group of hackers, have stolen a digital copy of Disney's upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean movie, and ...

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It didn’t take long for next retailer to file for bankruptcy as Rue 21 initiates court protection

When the Fitch ratings agency announced that a number of retailers were sitting on the brink of insolvency less than a month ago, it didn't take long for one of them on that list to initiate bankruptcy proceedings for their business.  And on May 16 Rue 21 became the newest company to file for protection from creditors. In its bankruptcy petition, the company which retained Kirkland & Ellis as legal advi ...

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osario Dawson Finds 26-Year-Old Cousin Dead in Her Home

Rosario Dawson's cousin died after the actress found her unconscious last week ... TMZ has learned. Law enforcement sources tell us Rosario walked downstairs in her Venice home last Thursday and found 26-year-old Vanez Ines Vasquez lying unresponsive. Paramedics rushed to the scene and transported Vanez, but ultimately they could not resuscitate her. We're told Vanez -- who worked for Rosario -- had recentl ...

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Lost Bob Marley tapes restored after 40 years in a cellar. They are creating “genuine shivers” in listeners

An incredibly old and rare set of tapes have been found that contain a series of concerts from Bob Marley and the Whalers between 1974 and 1978.  The tapes were severely damaged, water-logged and set with plastic goo, and had almost been thrown away.  However, one man found the tapes and made a phone call that would set their future in motion. The tapes contain a set of concerts, including those at the Lyce ...

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Drug Cop Who Spent 14 Years Undercover Tells Truth About the Drug War

(ANTIMEDIA) Yet another police officer is speaking out against the drug war, this time in the United Kingdom. Former officer Neil Woods worked as an undercover drug cop for 14 years, infiltrating some of the most violent gangs in Britain only to learn his tactics were worsening the drug epidemic. Now, he advocates ending the drug war and decriminalizing drugs as he admits his own role in fueling violence an ...

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Was DNC Hack an Inside Job After All?

For several months, the consensus within the intelligence services and the mainstream media has been that Russia hacked the emails of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and Hilary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta during the 2016 presidential election. Some critics of that view, however, suggested that the “Russian hack” may have been an inside job by a disgruntled Bernie Sanders supporter or a rogue ...

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World on Brink of War: Russian-Backed Syrian Troops Advance on U.S. Base in Syria

(ANTIMEDIA) While the world is busy pretending to believe Donald Trump fired former FBI director James Comey because the president has a sinister closet of Russian skeletons to hide from the public, the United States is heading towards a direct war with its Cold War adversary in the most dangerous of scenarios. According to the Telegraph, Syrian government troops are on a direct collision course with Wester ...

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Hillary Clinton is back with new scheme to get donations now that Clinton Foundation has been scuttled

With Hillary Clinton losing the Presidential election last November, perhaps the most important thing to the Clinton cabal was their sudden drying up of donations to their foundation because without the ability to guarantee political and contractual favors, there was no more need to 'pay to play'. The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) filed a WARN — Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification — with New Yor ...

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