Gunmen assassinate mayor of Libya’s biggest port city

TRIPOLI (Reuters) – Gunmen fatally shot the mayor of Libya’s third-largest city, Misrata, late on Sunday, ambushing his car inside the city, security officials said. The North African oil producer has been in chaos since the 2011 uprising that unseated Muammar Gaddafi, but Misrata, Libya’s biggest port, had been relative peaceful until now. Gunmen chased the car of Mayor Mohamed Eshtewi after he left Misrata … Continue reading Gunmen assassinate mayor of Libya’s biggest port city

Russian security forces kills three terrorists in Gubden

Three terrorists were killed by Russian security forces in the village of Gubden (Republic of Dagestan) this morning, after they barricaded themselves inside a building and resisted arrest by firing upon law enforcement. One of the terrorists killed (Aligadzhi Khamutaev) was also wanted for the murder of eight people and multiple attacks on police. Various firearms, grenades and ammunition were seized at the location, and … Continue reading Russian security forces kills three terrorists in Gubden

8 dead after suicide bomber & gunner attack a Church in Pakistan

At least eight people have been killed and dozens wounded in a suicide bomb and gun attack on a Methodist Church in Pakistan. Armed men stormed the church, which was packed with Sunday-goers at the time, in Quetta, a city close to the Afghan-Pakistani border. Thus far, Daesh (IS) has claimed responsibly for the recent attack in Pakistan.⠀ Continue reading 8 dead after suicide bomber & gunner attack a Church in Pakistan

German authorities will now have arriving refugees “firmly reminded” of “Germany’s responsibility to the Jewish state” due to the Holocaust

After multiple anti-Israeli protests, German authorities will now have arriving refugees “firmly reminded” of “Germany’s responsibility to the Jewish state” due to the Holocaust. Anti-Israel/US rallies, and the sight of both flags being burned on the streets of Berlim, have resulted in German politician’s taking action; prompting them to ban them from rallies to prevent flag burning. “All people who live in Germany must understand … Continue reading German authorities will now have arriving refugees “firmly reminded” of “Germany’s responsibility to the Jewish state” due to the Holocaust

New Mexico High School shooter lived White Supremacist lifestyle

On December 7th, a Thursday, two students were killed in another school shooting at Aztec High School in Aztec, New Mexico. The suspected shooter is also dead. No other injuries reported. Aztec Police got a call about the shooting about 8 A.M., officials said, and students were in class at the time. Aztec is a small town located in northwest New Mexico. At the murder … Continue reading New Mexico High School shooter lived White Supremacist lifestyle

The new GOP tax bill continues to be Socialism for the rich & crony capitalism for the poor

Time after time we hear that giving the top 1% tax cuts will create jobs, yet we never see the result. These same corporations are the same ones paying NOTHING in FEDERAL INCOME TAXES, therefore leaving us the working class the tab to pay. Why are workers defending the corporations when they’re the ones lobbying for these laws? Back under Eisenhower Income taxes on the … Continue reading The new GOP tax bill continues to be Socialism for the rich & crony capitalism for the poor

Britain First leader Paul Golding has been arrested

The leader of Britain First, Paul Golding, has been arrested in Belfast whilst accompanying deputy leader Jayda Fransen to court, where she was due to appear over “hate speech charges”. Police confirmed that Golding was arrested by detectives “investigating speeches at the Northern Ireland Against Terrorism Rally” last August. A police spokesman said: “Detectives investigating speeches made at the Northern Ireland Against Terrorism Rally on Sunday … Continue reading Britain First leader Paul Golding has been arrested

Four Iraqi citizens compensated for their illegal detention & torture

Four Iraqi citizens have been given thousands of pounds in compensation for their “illegal detention and for torture by the British military” during the Iraq war. Now, these four cases set the tone for 600 other claims being brought against the British Ministry of Defense. (MoD). Earlier this morning, a judge in London compensated the four Iraqi citizens, with one set to pocket more than … Continue reading Four Iraqi citizens compensated for their illegal detention & torture

FCC reverses Internet freedom regulation

The Federal Communications Commission of the United States voted on Thursday to repeal Obama-era Internet freedom regulation that blocked wireless providers from charging for pay-to-access. The regulations safeguarded what has been classified as “net neutrality” that blocked web sites and services from being placed behind paywalls or speed layers by wireless Internet providers in the U.S., and is largely supported by Silicon Valley. The vote … Continue reading FCC reverses Internet freedom regulation

According to the World Health Organization, there are no health risks with using Marijuana

A new World Health Organization report has found no adverse health outcomes but rather several medical applications for cannabidiol (CBD), despite U.S. federal policy on this cannabinoid chemical. Earlier last month the WHO released a preliminary report which stated naturally occurring CBD is safe and well tolerated in humans and even animals, and is not associated with any negative public health effects. “To date, there is no evidence of … Continue reading According to the World Health Organization, there are no health risks with using Marijuana