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BREAKING NEWS: Syria Agrees to Puts Its Chemical Weapons Under International Control

Today, following a meeting between the Russian and Syrian Foreign Ministries and their respective staffs, Russia announced that Syria has accepted Russia’s plan to place Syria’s chemical weapons stores under international control. According to our sources, Syria agreed to the

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Obama Crosses Red Line by Supporting Jihadi Terrorism

By now it should be obvious that whenever the U.S. interferes in another nation’s politics in the name of “human rights,” that that is only a pretext. So it is in Syria, as Obama prepares to plunge America in a

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Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood Reign of Terror: Mass Graves Found Near Alexandria and Port Said

America’s support for Mohammed Morsi during his brief tenure as President of Egypt was worse than just foolish. It was support for an evil, violent, and corrupt regime that make the excesses of Hosni Mubarak seem almost trivial. Latest information

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Another Scandal: CIA Cover-up on Dozens of Agents in Benghazi at the Time of Attack

Another day, another scandal. CNN broke a story today regarding dozens of CIA agents who were in Benghazi at the time of the 9/11/12 attacks. According to the report, at least five of these agents have been subjected to monthly

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Analysis: As the Current Trend of Violence Escalates, Is Egypt Headed for Civil War?

October 6 Bridge Clash

In the early days of the so-called “Arab Spring” in Egypt, it was already clear that the seeds of democracy which spawned it would soon be eclipsed by an Islamist power-grab by the Muslim Brotherhood. We wrote about it in

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BREAKING NEWS: Egypt’s President Morsi Overthrown in Military Coup

BREAKING NEWS:  3:00 EDT   Egypt’s military is now announcing that they have told Morsi he is no longer president. One year after the inauguration of Egypt’s President Mohammed Morsi, millions of Egyptians marched through the streets of cities across the

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