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The U.S. and South Korea Agree to Activate Missile System Early, Defying Russia and China

Since the United States started the deployment of the controversial anti-missile defense system – the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) to South Korea – both China and Russia have expressed strong opposition. China and Russia are not only regional powers in the East, but also major world players. South Korea allowing ...

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Facebook Killer Manhunt Continues – Cops Warn “May Be Out-Of-State”

Amid hundreds of tips – direct to law enforcement officials and across social media – Cleveland police warned early Monday that residents in Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana and Michigan should be on the lookout for 37-year-old Steve Stephens, who is driving a white Ford Fusion and is believed to be ...

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EU observer in Turkey condemns referendum as neither fair nor free

European delegation ‘deeply worried’ as opposition calls for result to be annulled. Fears the Yes vote in Turkey’s referendum which granted far-reaching new powers to Turkey’s President may have been unfairly influenced in his favour have been heightened by criticism from an EU observer sent as an impartial witness. Opposition ...

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“Easter Day Slaughter”: Manhunt For Active Cleveland Shooter Who Killed Man Live On Facebook, Reportedly Murdered 15

The Cleveland Police is looking for an active shooter, identified as 37-year-old Steve Stephens, who has broadcast a murder live on Facebook. According to Fox 8, he has claimed to have killed other people and says he is looking for more victims. The murder happened on East 93rd in Cleveland. ...

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Mysterious: What Aren’t They Telling Us About Antarctica?

ANTARCTICA – The most sadistic of lands; sub zero temperatures, unforgiving terrain, evil penguins perhaps; Antarctica is largely a mystery to civilians…but Happy Feet aside, have you ever questioned why? Antarctica, the coldest climate on earth, has always been shrouded in mystery. What we do know is it’s a desolate ...

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Nobody Knows What’s Happening in Syria, but Everyone Is Bombing It Anyway

On Wednesday, the Syrian Arab Army made the staggering claim that a recent U.S.-led airstrike on an ISIS chemical cache has killed “hundreds,” including large numbers of civilians. This alleged strike was unrelated to claims made about the chemical weapons attack in Idlib last week. “Aircrafts [sic] of the so-called ...

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Facebooker Records A Crystal Clear Video of Multiple UFOs While Driving Through The Desert In Arizona

Yesterday, a gentleman named Mauricio Morales posted some remarkable pictures on the internet that ended up going fairly viral across social media. They were snaps of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs, which does not mean they are extraterrestrial in origin). That being said, don’t be fooled, there is a tremendous amount of evidence ...

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North Korea Attempted Ballistic Missile Launch On Sunday, Failed

After Saturday came and went without any provocation out of North Korea on its national holiday, many asked if Kim Jong-Un had finally learned his lesson. Well, according to South Korean news agency, not only did Kim not learn any lesson – or heed Trump’s warning that a nuclear test ...

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Why Did The Vatican Remove 14 Books From The Bible in 1684?

The Vatican church, or the Roman Catholic church, has a long history of corruption and deception. Aside from literally committing acts of outright genocide several centuries ago against the Cathars, to sexually abusing children in more modern times, it is certainly one of the most corrupt organizations in history. In ...

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US Conducts Successful Field Test Of New ‘Nuclear Gravity Bomb’

[rt] As the world’s attention was on the first combat use of the conventional “Mother Of All Bombs,” the US National Nuclear Security Administration announced the successful field test of the modernized gravity nuclear bomb in Nevada. The NNSA and the US Air Force completed the first qualification flight test ...

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