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Western Silence As 20,000 Neo-Nazis Mar in Ukraine

In one of the largest, if not the largest, Neo-Nazi proof in Europe given WW2, 20,000 facists marched by the streets of Ukraine’s collateral Kiev last weekend under the wordless gawk of the western media. Other than Russian state media RT and Sputnik News facists throwing Nazi salutes and parading in their tens of thousands in a European collateral didn’t …

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Remembering Muammar Qaddafi And The Great Libyan Jamahiriya

  Circa 1970: Muammar Qaddafi with members of the Free Unionist Officers who after shaped the Revolutionary Command Council. Far right is Abu-Bakr Yunis Jabr who,at 71 years of age,was prisoner alongside Qaddafi at the Battle of Sirte. October 20th, 2017, marks the sixth anniversary of the martyrdom of Muammar  Qaddafi, insubordinate Pan-Africanist and champion of the Global South. This …

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N. Korea threatens "unimaginable" strike against U.S.

October 19, 2017, 7:08 AM| North Korea is arising a new hazard of military movement against the U.S. The warning comes two days after a North Korean central pronounced “a nuclear fight may mangle out any moment.” CBS News’ Ben Tracy reports.

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Questions approximate Niger waylay that killed 4 U.S. soldiers

October 19, 2017, 7:03 AM| A pivotal Republican senator says the Trump administration needs to explain how 4 U.S. Army sergeants were killed in Niger. Bryan Black, Jeremiah Johnson, Dustin Wright, and La David Johnson were told not to design rivalry hit on their goal to meet with village leaders two weeks ago. Margaret Brennan reports.

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North Korea warns U.S. of "unimaginable strike"

BEIJING — An angry North Korea is lashing out again, arising a new hazard of military movement against the U.S. The country’s state-run media pronounced Thursday that Americans should design an “unimaginable strike” at an unexpected time. The warning comes just two days after a North Korean central pronounced “a nuclear fight may mangle out any moment.” Red and Blue …

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Spain vows to start holding energy from Catalonia

October 19, 2017, 7:18 AM| Spain’s executive supervision took thespian movement in an try to frustrate Catalonia’s pierce toward independence. Seven and a half million people live in the northeast segment of Spain. Tim Willcox of the partners at BBC reports.

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How Nicholas Kristof’s outing to North Korea was "very different" this time

October 19, 2017, 8:02 AM| New York Times op-ed columnist Nicholas Kristof spent 5 days inside North Korea and detected the regime is “galvanizing its people to design a nuclear fight with the United States.” Kristof joins “CBS This Morning” to plead the country’s faith that they would win a fight against the U.S. and how President Trump’s tongue fits …

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Office supply glitch helped land Chad on Trump’s transport ban

WASHINGTON — This is the story of how an bureau supply glitch became a major nuisance between the United States and one of its close confidence partners. When President Donald Trump combined the African republic of Chad last month to his most new installment of transport restrictions, everybody from the Pentagon to Chad’s leaders to the French supervision was perplexed. …

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German officials doubt Air Berlin pilot’s airport fly-by

BERLIN — German air reserve officials contend they’ve asked broke conduit Air Berlin to explain because one of its pilots aborted his alighting at Duesseldorf Airport at the last moment to make a low pass around the control tower. An Air Berlin moody was returning to Germany from Miami early Monday when the unclear commander achieved the pass. Several witnesses …

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The perspective from the top tiers of Rome’s Colosseum

October 19, 2017, 8:21 AM| The fourth and fifth tiers of Rome’s Colosseum are opening to the open for the first time in 40 years next month. CBS News’ Seth Doane shows us the perspective from the iconic ancient site.

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