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Pentagon’s Newest Aircraft Carrier Already $370M Over Budget

The estimated cost to the US Navy’s second Ford-class aircraft carrier is already $370 million above a Congressionally mandated cap set for its construction after the USS Ford ran $2 billion over budget.   The cost of the USS John F. ...

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Soros: US on the Brink of World War III With China

Extremely rich George Soros George Soros said the health of the Chinese economy has him worried about the likelihood of a different world war. Military spending is on the rise in China, where there is a push to move to ...

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Bomb Explodes in Saudi Shi’a Mosque During Prayer, Casualties Reported

The town, where the blast occurred, is in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province, which is home to the nation’s Shiite minority. A suicide bomber exploded explosives at Shiite Imam Ali mosque in the town of al-Qudaih in Saudi Arabia amid Friday ...

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Photo of the day: The International community

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China Plans First Ever Landing on the Dark Side of the Moon

What lies on the dark side of the moon? The ruined civilization of our lunar forbearers? A pile of overplayed Pink Floyd records? The most exclusive Airbnb in the galaxy? China’s on the case, launching the first expedition of its ...

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Saudi Arabia Looks to Hire More Executioners to Cut Off More Heads

Saudi Arabia has new job openings for executioners. The Islamic Kingdom is looking for extra staff to carry out beheadings, as the country struggles to keep up with the rising toll of executions.   Saudi Arabia is so busy with chopping ...

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American Ships in South China Sea May Lead to War Between US, China

It seems the United States has found another playground for its war games. The National Interest reported that Washington plans to send its military ships and planes to patrol areas in the South China Sea stirring up an already tense ...

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Two good must watch CrossTalks about the Middle-East

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EU, US denounce Morsi death sentence

The European Union and the United States have denounced the death sentences handed to deposed president Mohamed Morsi and more than 100 others by an Egyptian court. The court on Saturday delivered the death sentences for their role in a mass jailbreak ...

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3,900 migrants, others arrested as South Africa begins crackdown

More than 3,900 people, including 1,650 migrants, have been arrested in South Africa during a police crackdown following April’s deadly xenophobic violence, authorities have said. “We are satisfied that we have stabilised the situation and further loss of life has ...

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