Trump just issued multiple war crime pardons

Trump just issued multiple war crime pardons

Trump, as a number of other draft dodgers, loves the military. But he doesn’t seem to respect its justice system. American Officers are Taught they are Above the Laws of Man and God. In fulfillment of a controversial pledge he made earlier...
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There Is No Such Thing as a Free Press

There Is No Such Thing as a Free Press

Udo Ulfkotte’s amazing book, Gekaufte Journalisten (Bought Journalism) was published by Kopp Verlag in 2014. The book was a sensation and sold 1,500,000 copies in Germany, but no major US publisher would bring out an English translation. Finally, last mont...
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Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers’ Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional

Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers’ Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional

  GOVERNMENT MUST HAVE REASONABLE SUSPICION OF DIGITAL CONTRABAND BEFORE SEARCHING ELECTRONIC DEVICES AT THE U.S. BORDER  In a major victory for privacy rights, a federal court in Boston today ruled that the government’s suspicionless searches of int...
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EU court orders EU states to label illegal Israeli settlement products

EU court orders EU states to label illegal Israeli settlement products

The European Union’s top court has issued a landmark ruling, ordering EU states to label food products from illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories. In a statement announcing its decision on Tuesday, the European Court of Jus...
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Iran discovers oil field containing 53 billion barrels of crude

Iran discovers oil field containing 53 billion barrels of crude

President Hassan Rouhani says Iran has discovered a new oil field containing 53 billion barrels of crude in southwestern Khuzestan Province.  Rouhani told a large crowd of people in the central city of Yazd on Sunday that the discovery was made despite US...
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Tunisia to Launch National Currency “E-Dinar” Using Blockchain

Tunisia to Launch National Currency “E-Dinar” Using Blockchain

After marketing experts saw High-Performance crypto eTolar and understood the possibility of issuing any historical currency electronically, the Tunisian authorities decided to issue their own national electronic currency E-Dinar. Tunisia has become the first ...
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The world’s billionaires lost a total of $388 billion in 2018

The world’s billionaires lost a total of $388 billion in 2018

A new report by UBS and PwC has found that the world’s richest lost $388 billion last year, with their wealth dropping to $8.539 trillion. Geopolitical turmoil and volatile equity markets have been blamed for the loss. According to the...
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WeWork CEO Wants to Be ‘President of the World’

WeWork CEO Wants to Be ‘President of the World’

Adam Neumann – playboy from Tel Aviv and WeWork ousted CEO wants to be Israel’s prime minister and President of the World. The lengthy Wall Street Journal profile published Wednesday paints a rather comprehensive image of WeWork co-founder Adam Neum...
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SoftBank lost at least $4.7 billion by investing in WeWork

SoftBank lost at least $4.7 billion by investing in WeWork

‘I shut my eyes,’ SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son says after losing more than $4.7 billion on playboy from Tel Aviv and his creature WeWork. SoftBank lost at least $4.7 billion by investing in WeWork after the shared-workspace group’s initial pub...
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Why Saudi Aramco IPO is a trap and will not save the kingdom

Why Saudi Aramco IPO is a trap and will not save the kingdom

At a time when poorly informed investors are preparing for the IPO of Saudi Aramco, it is important to remember the fundamental fact that changes the game. Since the 1990s, scientists have been aware of the existence of a physical phenomenon...
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Diamond Industry in Crisis: De Beers Slashed Prices by 5%

Diamond Industry in Crisis: De Beers Slashed Prices by 5%

De Beers Jewelers, the world’s largest diamond miner, has slashed rough diamond prices by 5% as global markets remained oversupplied into the start of the holiday season. The entire industry is on the brink of a downturn amid weaker consumer...
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Norway lawyers demand sanctions on Israel

Norway lawyers demand sanctions on Israel

Dozens of Norway’s leading lawyers believe that Israel violates international law and doesn’t deserve the preferential treatment it currently enjoys. A group of 44 lawyers, including award-winning luminaries and distinguished professionals such as professo...
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Exxon Mobil earnings drop 49% in the third quarter

Exxon Mobil earnings drop 49% in the third quarter

Exxon Mobil reported a 49% decline in third-quarter earnings on lower oil prices and higher costs. The company reported 75 cents in earnings and $65.05 billion in revenue, which did top analyst expectations. “We are making excellent progress on our...
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