Idlib awaits the great massacre

Therefore, if the war erupts in Idlib within the next few days as the Iranians, Syrian regime leaders and Russian military leaders are threatening, we may witness the greatest massacre

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Guilty Plea Entered In Billion-Dollar PDVSA Money Laundering Case

an exodus of oil workers who don’t see the point of working for salaries that become worthless overnight due to the 13,860-percent hyperinflation, ConocoPhillips is looking to seize PDVSA assets

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Jim Mattis extends troop presence on the Mexico border well into next year

The US will need these troops on the border if a worst case scenario unfolds in Nicaragua. President Trump called for the deployment of National Guard troops to aid border

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The Biggest Migration Crisis In Latin American History

So one might wonder how Maduro is even staying in power … but that brings us back to the hypermigration. Voices that oppose him are fleeing, too. At the end

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The U.S. Military Is Worried About China’s Moves in Africa

Development first, political reforms “later”! Sounds like a recipe for the same old, same old. “They now seem to argue that their countries should reject the failed Western system with

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Thailand’s Muslim insurgency roars back to life

The restive region – spanning the three Muslim majority provinces of Pattani, Yala and Narathiwat as well as areas of neighboring Buddhist majority Songkhla – had seen a lull in

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As Venezuela disintegrates, a new breed of pirates terrorises the Caribbean

Trafficking and piracy, locals say, have recently been expanding and becoming more violent. Five Trinidadian fishermen in the southern port of Cedros, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, citing

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China’s Risky Play for Global Power

China’s strategy for amassing power relies on several pillars. Perhaps the biggest is a series of massive new infrastructure investment programs, first rolled out in 2013, known together as the

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