Hawaii judge blocks latest travel ban

A United States federal judge from Hawaii has blocked the latest version of President Donald Trump’s travel ban which was set to effect eight different countries. Judge Derrick Watson said that the ban “plainly discriminates based on nationality”.

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Studios head Roy Price steps down amid harassment claims

This announcement comes five days after he was suspended for sexual harassment allegations. This all started last week when Isa Hackett the Producer of ‘The Man in A High Castle’, accused Price of coming onto her in 2015, also telling her that she would ‘love my “d***”.

Roy Price comes after the newest scandal involving Harvey Wein Stein, who has been accused of multiple sexual harassment charges. Weinstein has since been fired from his own company and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has stripped Weinstein of his membership.

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Islamic State push Kurdish forces back, taking two villages

The Islamic State has taken the villages of Taweeli’ah and al-Maliha. The villages were taken when the Kurdish forces were forced to withdraw from Kirkuk, which allowed for them to take advantage of a security vacuum.

Not much is know about what is to happen next in these two villages. Also in the news, Kurdish forces have begun to withdraw from Makhmur district southeast of Mosul.

The Kurds have not made a statement on the reason for the withdrawal. According to a Peshmerga official, forces and heavy equipment are being moved to Erbil.

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Steve Bannon: “We’ve cut your oxygen off,” to Mitch McConnell

WASHINGTON: Former White House Chief Strategist and current executive chairman of Breitbart News Steve Bannon, who’s been a recent tirade against incumbent Republicans in the Senate, announced that “We’ve cut your oxygen off,” to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.⠀

This comes as Bannon’s handpicked candidate in Alabama, Roy Moore, recent beat Incumbent Republican Luther Strange in the state’s GOP primary. ⠀

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Breaking: Trump will not instruct congress to pull out of the Iran Deal

We are now hearing that President Trump will refuse to tell Congress that the nuclear deal with Iran is in the U.S. national interest, according to United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.

The 2015 deal lifted sanctions on Iran in exchange for limits on its nuclear program. Tillerson says that Trump will not force Congress to impose new sanctions, and that his administration will instead begin a broad new strategy to contain Iran.

More to follow…

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Dozens of terrorists hiding among civilians in Raqqa

As dozens of terrorists are found hiding among civilians fleeing war-torn Raqqa, the US-led coalition said that “any and all negotiations” are off the table. Other than the terrorists hiding behind women and children, an estimated 500 are prepared to fight until death.

Coalition spokesman Col. Ryan Dillon said officials in the Raqqa Civil Council, whos responsibility is to govern the city after Daesh has been driven out, “are working to negotiate the safe passage of thousands of civilians being held hostage.”

But the coalition “will not support any negotiated withdrawal of fighters,” he said. The Syrian Democratic Forces claim that the city should be under their control within days.

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South Korea hit by hacking attack

According to South Korean lawmaker Rhee Cheol-hee, North Korea stole thousands of military documents from the South in September 2016. The documents supposedly contained US-South Korean war plans against the North, and plans for the assassination of Kim Jong-un.

235 gigabytes of military documents were allegedly stolen from the Defense Integrated Data Center. Rhee said 80% of the information hasn’t been identified yet. “The Ministry of National Defense has yet to find out about the content of 182 gigabytes of the total (stolen) data,” the lawmaker said.

Back in May, the South Korean government said a large amount of data was stolen, and placed blame on North Korea.

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