Associated Press “Journalists” Sees “Hundreds” Where Pictures Show Millions

Associated Press “Journalists” Sees “Hundreds” Where Pictures Show Millions

Today the Associated Press tweeted that “hundreds” gather in central Baghdad to demand that American troops leave the country. When AP sent the misleading tweet the commander of the Iraqi Federal Police Forces Jaffar al-Batat had already announced that the number of demonstrators exceeds one million. That...
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WHO praises China’s ‘strong action’ to quarantine 11mn in Wuhan

WHO praises China’s ‘strong action’ to quarantine 11mn in Wuhan

The World Health Organization (WHO) has commended China’s swift response to a rapidly moving virus gripping the country, but despite a quick-climbing infection tally, the agency is reluctant to classify it a global health threat. “What they are doing is...
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EU could waste €29bn on gas projects

EU could waste €29bn on gas projects

32 schemes eligible for funding despite being unnecessary under move from fossil fuels. The European Union risks wasting €29bn (£25bn) of taxpayers’ money by overinvesting in gas projects which will be unnecessary under Europe’s climate action plans, ac...
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ESA to begin producing oxygen from Lunar dust

ESA to begin producing oxygen from Lunar dust

From one Soviet communist sci-fi movie to the reality. Breathing new life into colonizing the Moon, the European Space Agency (ESA) has fired up its prototype oxygen plant to begin producing the element out of simulated moondust, with a view...
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LIGO detects its second neutron star collision

LIGO detects its second neutron star collision

For the second time, a collision between two neutron stars in another galaxy has rattled a gravitational-wave detector on Earth. But this duo is being much more coy than the first. In 2017, astronomers announced with much fanfare that they...
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Oscar nominations 2020: List of nominees

Oscar nominations 2020: List of nominees

Nominations for 92nd Academy Awards were announced Monday morning. The dark comic drama “Joker” led among nominated films with 11. “Ford v Ferrari,” “The Irishman,” “Jojo Rabbit,” “Joker,” “Litt...
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Hidden symptoms of Orange Plague

Hidden symptoms of Orange Plague

Now the whole world can learn how Trump is doing its business. The Iraqi Prime Minister Mahdi’s speech reveals secrets hidden to Western people. The Iraqi prime minister, Adil Abdul-Mahdi, has revealed details of his interactions with Trump in the weeks...
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Finland’s New Prime Minister Wants Four Day Work Week, Six-Hour Shifts

Finland’s New Prime Minister Wants Four Day Work Week, Six-Hour Shifts

Social Democrat Sanna Marin became the youngest prime minister in the country’s history, having received her powers only in December of last year, a month after her 34th birthday. Soon after her appointment, Sanna Marin proposed changes for the workforce...
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US war veterans are returning to Vietnam ‘for a better life’

US war veterans are returning to Vietnam ‘for a better life’

Mother of all ironies – US veterans are returning to Vietnam ‘for a better life’. It sounds almost unbelievable, but a number of US citizens are deciding to cash out of the elusive ‘American dream’ as they settle down in...
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Invisible Quantum Weirdness Enables Heat Energy to Travel Through Complete Vacuum

Invisible Quantum Weirdness Enables Heat Energy to Travel Through Complete Vacuum

In a surprising new study, University of California, Berkeley, researchers show that heat energy can travel through a complete vacuum thanks to invisible quantum fluctuations. To conduct the challenging experiment, the team engineered extremely thin silicon ni...
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Chevron’s $11 Billion Impairment

Chevron’s $11 Billion Impairment

From Chevron’s press release: “As a result of Chevron’s disciplined approach to capital allocation and a downward revision in its longer-term commodity price outlook, the company will reduce funding to various gas-related opportunities including Appa...
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ICC to investigate Israel’s war crimes against genuine Semitic people

ICC to investigate Israel’s war crimes against genuine Semitic people

The International Criminal Court (ICC) says it will launch a full investigation into war crimes in the Palestinian territories, a move welcomed by the Palestinian government. In a statement on Friday, ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda expressed her satisfaction wi...
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Is the FED’s $3 Trillion in Loans to Trading Houses on Wall Street Legal?

Is the FED’s $3 Trillion in Loans to Trading Houses on Wall Street Legal?

The United States has historically bragged about its free and transparent markets. But what the Fed is doing today is pulling a dark curtain around the financing of this so-called free and transparent market. The public has no idea which...
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FED Is Monetizing 90% of U.S. Deficit

FED Is Monetizing 90% of U.S. Deficit

FED Is Monetizing 90% of U.S. Deficit to Keep Interest Rates from Rising and Crashing Markets.  As can be clearly seen in the graph above, for the last 12 weeks there has been a stunning visual correlation between the yellow...
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U.S. – China Phase One Deal Explained

U.S. – China Phase One Deal Explained

For those confused about what the US and China actually agreed on after months of negotiations and all that confusion in the past few hours, here is the bottom line,from the USTR: “The United States will be maintaining 25 percent...
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