An autopsy has reportedly shown that top Yemeni investigative journalist Mohammed al-Absi, who died under mysterious circumstances in December,was poisoned. He was said to have been investigating oil companies and had recently published a series of reports on government corruption.
"The new U.S. president says Iran should thank Obama! Why?! Should we thank him for [creating] ISIS, the ongoing wars in Iraq and Syria, or the blatant support for the 2009 sedition in Iran? He was the president who imposed paralyzing sanctions on the Iranian nation; of course, he did not achieve what he desired. No enemy can ever paralyze the Iranian nation."
The leader of the French National Front party Marine Le Pen kicked off her presidential campaign on Saturday, hoping promises to shield voters from globalisation, promote protectionism, and leave the Eurozone boost her chances at a time of sweeping political turmoil in France.
Just look at all the government and private debt accumulated on balance sheets around the globe for the last decade, and tell me with a straight face a) this is sustainable, and b) doesn`t have severe consequences.
"We're on record as stating how unproductive, foolish and dangerous the recent liberal protests have been, and that’s before you even bring the hypocrisy factor into play. But a liberal protest against Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY)? That is taking hypocrisy and idiocy to a whole ‘nother level."
Last week a new phrase was introduced into our lexicon by Trump Adviser Kellyanne Conway. When asked about why press secretary Sean Spicer had made statements that were (according to the press) unverifiable she said that he had used ‘alternative facts’.
Most of the world is in an uproar right now over the travel ban that Donald Trump hastily imposed late last week on citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries. But there was another ban that was quietly proposed last week, and this one has far wider implications...