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Iran looks East amid US Trials and Tribulations

by Pepe Escobar (cross-posted with the Asia Times by special agreement with the author) On the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, this past Friday, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei made an effort to express Iran’s geopolitical stance in simple terms: ‘We ...

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Civil War Coming to America?

Side note: I don’t necessarily agree with everything Jonathan Roth says here, but I find his presentation thought-provoking and well worth listening to.  I hope that you will find likewise.

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Photos: Two ‘Nigerian Tigers’ killed yesterday at the back of Ibori Golf Club Asaba.

These two beautiful pets were killed yesterday at the back of Ibori golf club in Asaba. See more photos bellow. Civets cat

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Between me and The Priest: Have I Sinned ?

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CCT Trial: Allow NJC To Decide Onnoghen’s Fate, NBA Begs FG

The Nigerian Bar Association, NBA, on Tuesday, urged the Federal Government to withdraw the non assets declaration charge it entered against the suspended Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN, Justice Walter Onnoghen, before the Code of Conduct Tribunal, CCT. The legal ...

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President Maduro Officially Launches Venezuela’s Largest Ever Military Exercises

Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro has officially launched largest military drills in the history of the country. CARACAS (Ooduarere) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro officially launched on Sunday the country’s most large-scale military drills ever, according to a live broadcast of the event. Before the ...

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Review: Alakiti |Starring Jumoke Odetola |Yemi Balq | Yemi Solade|Anti-Culture

There is no way you can have a perfect society. However, it's okay to have a society where no one is being discriminated against irrespective of their current status. As time goes on, the society will correct itself.

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How Syria Won The Revolution; The Jihadi Factor

By Ghassan and Intibah Kadi The “War on Syria” has had many unintended twists and turns that were unforeseeable at the time it began. The plotters had no reason to believe they were going to lose, and the defenders had ...

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ASUU And FG Sign Agreement To Call Off Strike

The federal government and the striking University teachers have finally signed an agreement, raising hope of an end to the three months old strike. The agreement was signed on Thursday in Abuja during a meeting between the warring parties. The ...

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Saker interview with Michael Hudson on Venezuela, February 7, 2019

Introduction: There is a great deal of controversy about the true shape of the Venezuelan economy and whether Hugo Chavez’ and Nicholas Maduro’s reform and policies were crucial for the people of Venezuela or whether they were completely misguided and precipitated the current crises. Anybody and everybody seems to have very strong held views about this.

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