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Big Ship on The Horizon

National World plc, David Montgomery Captain, let’s just see what comes to be. “I hear shouts, ‘All aboard!’ And Angel NicGillicuddy rushes to The Wheelhouse to check with Captain Trump. “Tell me sir is that ship here to save us?” The Great Ship USA is out at sea and our …

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Iran downplays Korean complaints of tanker seizure

Iran said on Sunday that South Korea should avoid politicising the seizure of its vessel by Iranian Revolutionary Guards in the Gulf, Iranian state media reported, while pressing Seoul to release $7 billion in funds frozen amid U.S. sanctions. South Korea’s vice foreign minister, Choi Jong-kun, arrived in Tehran on …

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Latest Nile negotiations break down

Negotiations between Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt, in a long-running dispute over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on the Blue Nile, have reached a new impasse, the three countries said on Sunday. “We cannot continue this vicious cycle of circular talks indefinitely,” Sudanese irrigation minister Yasir Abbas said in a …

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Zayn Malik takes latest album online

British singer Zayn Malik sent fans into a tailspin online after he released a new song from his upcoming album “Nobody is Listening.” The singer, who welcomed a daughter with model Gigi Hadid in September, teased a preview of the new track, called “Vibez,” on Instagram. “Thank you for the …

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US shelling in Syria leaves dead, injured

One child martyred and his mother was injured in US occupation shelling on Al Azba village in Deir ez-Zur northern countryside, SANA reported. According to the report, the US occupation forces deploying in Der Ezzor countryside targeted with mortar shells al-Azba village in the northern countryside of Deir ez-Zur province, …

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Israelis sick of Netanyahu reign, take to streets

Thousands of Israelis on Saturday renewed weekly demonstrations against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, calling for the long-serving leader to resign over corruption charges against him and his alleged mishandling of the coronavirus crisis. Protesters held signs reading “Go,” and “Bibi, let my people go,” referring to Netanyahu by his nickname. …

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Cuba to take place of West in Iran COVID fight

Communist-run Cuba said late on Friday it had signed an accord with Iran to transfer the technology for its most advanced coronavirus vaccine candidate and carry out last-stage clinical trials in humans of the shot in the Islamic Republic. The allies are both under fierce U.S. sanctions that exempt medicine …

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Iran threatens UN atomic inspectors if sanctions not lifted

Iran will expel United Nations nuclear watchdog inspectors unless sanctions are lifted by a Feb. 21 deadline set by the hardline-dominated parliament, a lawmaker said on Saturday. Parliament passed a law in November that obliges the government to halt inspections of its nuclear sites by the International Atomic Energy Agency …

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Iran unveils strategic missile base in Gulf

Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards unveiled an underground missile base at an undisclosed Gulf location on Friday, Iranian state media reported, at a time of heightened tension between Tehran and the United States. “The base is one of several bases housing the Guards’ Navy’s strategic missiles,” the state media quoted the …

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Two Busloads of Vikings sent to D.C.

I remember this story from Before Shibboleth, the little booklet. The Alchemist Priest was worried that he was losing his power which he had acquired over the many years of practicing Usury with his secret Leverage Device the hoardable Money. He had gotten very good at this ability to manipulate …

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Trump concedes amid talk of ouster from office

With 13 days left in his term, President Donald Trump finally bent to reality on Thursday amid growing talk of trying to force him out early, acknowledging he’ll peacefully leave after Congress affirmed his defeat. Trump led off a video from the White House by condemning the violence carried out …

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President Trump goes to Scotland

Why? “Let me tell it please.” says V. Angel NicGillicuddy is with her friend V, once a slave in The Human Slave Trafficking business. “Because there, according to The Journal of Beatrix Potter, you have strong and very wealthy people who have known there is a big problem with main …

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US angry against discriminatory digital taxes in Turkey, India, Italy, threaten retaliation

Digital services taxes adopted by India, Italy and Turkey discriminate against U.S. companies and are inconsistent with international tax principles, the U.S. Trade Representative’s office said on Wednesday, paving the way for potential retaliatory tariffs. USTR, releasing the findings of its “Section 301” investigations into the digital taxes, said it …

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Pompeo worried about democracy in Hong Kong

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Washington is considering sanctions and other restrictions on those involved in the arrest of over 50 people in Hong Kong and warned it could target the territory’s economic and trade office in the United States. In a move likely to further rile Beijing, …

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