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DOMINIC LAWSON: The life of Sir David Amess is proof it's wrong to link 'Right wing' with 'uncaring'

DOMINIC LAWSON: According to conventional Left-wing opinion, the late Sir David Amess could not have been one of the good guys.

Woodson Museum Of African American History Details $27M Expansion

Moving the Needle On Vaccine Market's Systemic Issues

As the world prepares to re-open for international travel, countries need to find common ground on vaccine passport approvals

'Brutal aggression': Venezuela halts talks with opposition after envoy extradited to US -- Puppet Masters --

Venezuela's government is halting negotiations with its opponents in retaliation for the extradition to the US of a close ally of president Nicolás Maduro, who prosecutors believe could be the most significant witness ever about corruption in the...

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Damned if you do: Russia has nothing to gain by cutting off ties with Ukraine; but sadly talking to Ukraine doesn't help either -- Puppet Masters --

There's no point talking to Ukraine, former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev says, arguing Russia should wait for a friendlier government in Kiev. The only problem is there's almost no chance of that happening any time soon....

The science of propaganda is still being developed and advanced -- Puppet Masters --

We live in a far less free society than most of us think. It looks like we're free. We don't get thrown in prison for criticizing our government officials. We can vote for whoever we want. We can log onto the internet and look up information on...

Bank of England boss gives fresh warning over interest rates rise after surge in energy prices

The Bank of England gave another warning that it will raise interest rates amid the surge in the price of energy. Governor Andrew Bailey (pictured) said increased inflation will last longer than expected.

Syrian government, opposition agree to redraft constitution -envoy

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Bulgaria Gazette – News from Bulgaria » Bulgaria risks to fall under Russian influence

Bulgaria, the poorest nation in the European Union, risks falling under the economical and political influence of Russia, if Brussels doesn't communicate with Sofia more effectively, announced the

To reduce disease, US seeks reduction in consumer salt use

The U.S. FDA established new guidelines to cut salt levels contained in food by an average of 12%, to counter the growing epidemic of preventable health issues plaguing the U.S.

Ex-intel official who created controversial Trump Russia dossier speaks out

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Poles protest pushbacks of migrants at border with Belarus

Thousands of protesters marched Sunday in two Polish cities in solidarity with migrants and asylum-seekers at the Poland-Belarus border who have been pushed back by Polish authorities.

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Former Army vice chief welcomes NSA meet on Afghanistan

Former Vice Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Raj Singh Kadian on Sunday welcomed the decision to host an in-person meet of the National Security Advisors

5.2-magnitude quake hits Severo-Kuril'sk, Russia

NEW YORK -- A 5.2-magnitude earthquake jolted 160 km S of Severo-Kuril'sk, Russia at 17:39:15 GMT on Sunday, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The epicenter, with a depth of 35.0 km, was initially determined to be at 49.2389 degrees north latitude and 155.957 degrees east longitude.

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St. Petersburg City Council D1 Race Features Two St. Petersburg Natives

One is a longtime activist on health issues, another is the son of a former councilman

Ukraine Is the Most Crypto-Aware Country Followed by Russia and the US: Survey

BrokerChooser determined that the most crypto-aware nation is Ukraine, followed by Russia, the USA, and Kenya.

European External Action Service (via Public) / Close EU-US relations remain vital for global security

'Stranger Things' Season 4: We Need to Talk About Hawkins

A lot has happened in Hawkins, Indiana over the course of 3 seasons of 'Stranger Things,' but how will season 4 address what happened in the small town?

'We have no idea how they did this': Secret hypersonic launch shows China streaking ahead in arms race

The nuclear-capable missile circled the entire Earth at low orbit before descending on its target, ultimately missing by 32 kilometres.

Refusing to go along, experts in Russia are challenging official virus data

MOSCOW - Unshaven and puffy faced, with tubes in his nose, a patient in a hospitals coronavirus "red zone" recorded a desperate message for Russians.

Coloradans in jail waiting longer for competency services

Colorado has struggled to keep up with the high numbers of people with mental illness who are stuck in the criminal justice system.

China Develops Hypersonic Missiles, While US Intelligence Agencies Cultivate Political Correctness

Commentary I am sure it is a totally unfounded rumor that the Central Intelligence Agency, the world’s most ...

Beijing mocks America saying their new 21,000mph nuclear-capable missile is 'a new blow to the US'

Chinese military launched the Long March rocket, a nuclear-capable missile, in August carrying a hypersonic glide vehicle' in low orbit. It circled the globe before returning to Earth to strike its target.

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