Channel 4
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into our own hands. Macron today made clear he wanted to work with the Russian President, despite their differences. Whilst trying to impress on him that France was a force to be reckoned with. Joining me now is the long-time Putin critic, chairman.
The Pentagon
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Sputnik International
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The Event Chronicle
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NBC News
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The Iran Project
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Trump’s speech on Islam was nuanced and showed empathy for the Muslim victims of jihadist terrorism (who make up as much as 95 percent of the total, by one estimate). He seemed to zero in on the problem when he said, “No discussion of stamping out this threat would be complete without mentioning the government that gives terrorists . . . safe harbor, financial backing and the social standing needed for recruitment.” But Trump was talking not of his host, Saudi Arabia, but rather of Iran. Now, to be clear, Iran is a destabilizing force in the Middle East and supports some very bad actors. But it is wildly inaccurate to describe it as the source of jihadist terror. According to an analysis of the Global Terrorism Database by Leif Wenar of King’s College London, more than 94 percent of deaths caused by Islamic terrorism since 2001 were perpetrated by the Islamic State, al-Qaeda and other Sunni jihadists.
The Iran Project
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Earlier in the day, the pro-government forces liberated the two villages of Taro and Wadi al-Midar, both located west of al-Qahtanyia area, which was completely freed on Sunday. The two villages are also located north of the flashpoint town of Ba'aj, which, according to Sheikh Sami al-Masoudi, another Hashd al-Shaabi leader, is a strategic town for Daesh as it is the last supply line, linking the terror group with war-torn Syria. Masoudi, whose remarks came shortly before Ameri's announcement of reaching the Syrian border, added that as soon as the PMU forces reached the border, they will erect a dirt barricade and dig a trench to derail Daesh move. The Hashd al-Shaabi forces, backed by the air force, launched a major offensive last Monday to liberate Ba'aj and its surrounding villages and areas from the grips of Daesh, trying to reach the Syrian border and cutting the vital supply line of the terror group, whose days are numbered in Mosul, their last urban bastion in the Arab country.
Bike EXIF
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Everything else is stock, including the cockpit and electronics. The guys just moved things around wherever they could, to get everything neat and compact, modifying bits like the speedo mount in the process. With retro lines, an all-white frame and wheels, and a paint job that rides the line between menacing and playful, the Revmonkee' has us captivated. And it's quicker now too—reading 198 hp at the rear wheel, and weighing in at 485 lbs. It's the perfect blend of class and brute force, and it's even plated. So you could take it on your next breakfast run—if you're brave enough. Wrenchmonkees | Facebook | Instagram | REV'IT! With thanks to: Dunlop, SC Project, Dymag, Beringer, Gia Engineering, Sprint Filter, Hyperpro, Uhrewerk and Arai.
Global Research
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India has announced a major overhauling of highways that can be used as airstrips for the Indian Air Force (IAF). Nitin Gadkari, India’s Minister of Road and Transport, has said 17 highways along border areas will be developed to double up as airstrips which will have immense strategic value.
The Pentagon
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Derby Telegraph
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The locations of Derbyshire's mobile speed cameras which will be in force across the county this week have been revealed.The list of where the devices will be this week has come from the Casualty Reduction Enforcement Support Team, which forms part of the Derby and Derbyshire Road Safety Partnership.However, they are the intended positions for the mobile speed cameras, which are designed to keep motorists driving at the correct speed, and can be subject to change due to matters outside of the...
Mondoweiss
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Voice Of America
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West Briton
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The crowds were out in force to see the famous Tornado steam locomotive haul a train called The Cornishman down to Penzance today. It was the first time that the steam loco had come to Cornwall and people were out at stations and along the line to make sure they didn't miss it. Tornado passes through St Austell station. Pic: Tom Last Tornado was built between 1994 and 2008 as a heritage project and was the first of its kind to be built since Evening Star in 1960. It's the only...
ABC News - International
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The Washington Times - Soccer
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TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) - Thousands of fans trying to force their way into a stadium for a soccer championship stampeded in panic when police fired tear gas Sunday, leaving at least four people dead. A pregnant woman lost her fetus and was among another 25 people who were injured, authorities ...
BBC Parliament
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the Parliamentary security director, unifying force of the security here and we have a very difficult conundrum to resolve and that is on the one hand Parliament has to be secure, it is an iconic building. It is where it is our legislator and it comes under threat from protesters, from terrorists, and yet on the other.
Autosport - Formula 1
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Sputnik International
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According to the statement, Iraq's Shiite Popular Mobilization Force reported reaching the border with Syria during their offensive against the Daesh terror group .
Collective Evolution
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We're on approach and I saw 6 lights over the airport in absolute uniform, in a V shape...It's unidentified, it is flying and it's 6 objects....That was the most viewed UFO event, over 20,000 people saw that. What Actually Happened? It began with Luke Air Force Base, the media, the National UFO Reporting Center, the Governor's office, and the police receiving a number of reports from people in Nevada of a very large craft hovering in the sky. Some people were reporting it as a boomerang formation of lights, just as Kurt describes in the video above. The object (or objects) began moving south towards Arizona where even more people would see it. Again, people were not reporting just lights hovering in the sky, they were reporting an actual solid object, a craft of some sort, spanning the size of one or two football fields. The witness reports detail lights, sometimes multiple lights, in a pattern that ranged from a few all the way up to a dozen, all in some sort of organized formation.
New York Times - Business
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Many financial markets will close for national holidays. As for jobs, Wall Street analysts expect that 176,000 people joined the work force.
ABC News - International
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