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They asked if I want a divorce or annulment, I said it’s the same for me.” Although the couple has fought up until this point, he explained how they remained civil in court . PHOTOS: Drugs, Cheating & Divorce Shockers: Jay Z & Beyonce’s Marriage Claims To Be Exposed In Juicy Tell-All “I got my divorce without fighting, we just got a divorce without going through the details,” he said. “We agreed to pay the bills we have together.” Mohamed revealed that he will be returning to Tunisia following the split. “I’m going to cancel the green card and go back to my country as quickly as possible,” he said. “It’s my decision to leave. If there were no TV show my marriage could be much better.” PHOTOS: Nastiest Hollywood Divorces Dragged Through The Legal System Danielle and Mohamed’s marriage has been a toxic one, as he called the police on his then-wife for opening a DirecTV account in his name, destroying his clothes, stealing money from him and more .
The Free Thought Project
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Global Research
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Washingtons Blog
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A loose monetary policy was also implemented while interest rates were kept low and banking regulations were relaxed to stimulate the economy. All of these factors have contributed to the U.S. having severe unsustainable structural imbalances in its government finances. We also pointed out in 2010: It is ironic that America’s huge military spending is what made us an empire … but our huge military is what is bankrupting us … thus destroying our status as an empire. Economist Michel Chossudovsky told Washington's Blog: War always causes recession. Well, if it is a very short war, then it may stimulate the economy in the short-run. But if there is not a quick victory and it drags on, then wars always put the nation waging war into a recession and hurt its economy. (and remember Greenspan's comment .) It's not just civilians saying this ... The former head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mullen agrees : The Pentagon needs to cut back on spending.
Antiwar.com News
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If confirmed, which seems probable, this would be the second US strike causing large civilian casualties in Syria in a week, with the previous attack further west in the village of al-Jineh destroying part of a mosque and killing at least 49 civilians, and according to some reports as many as 75.
Washingtons Blog
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A loose monetary policy was also implemented while interest rates were kept low and banking regulations were relaxed to stimulate the economy. All of these factors have contributed to the U.S. having severe unsustainable structural imbalances in its government finances. We also pointed out in 2010: It is ironic that America’s huge military spending is what made us an empire … but our huge military is what is bankrupting us … thus destroying our status as an empire. Economist Michel Chossudovsky told Washington's Blog: War always causes recession. Well, if it is a very short war, then it may stimulate the economy in the short-run. But if there is not a quick victory and it drags on, then wars always put the nation waging war into a recession and hurt its economy. (and remember Greenspan's comment .) It's not just civilians saying this ... The former head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mullen agrees : The Pentagon needs to cut back on spending.
KyivPost
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“One of the projectiles hit a private house, damaging windows and a fence, and almost completely destroying an outbuilding.” Fresh clashes were reported along the so-called Svitlodarsk Bulge near occupied Debaltseve. One Ukrainian fighter was wounded in action in the city of Mariyinka west of Donetsk, but no deaths have been recorded along the front line in the past day. The Luhansk sector of front line saw no serious clashes, although there were brief mortar attacks on Ukrainian units in Popasna, Novozvanivka, Zolote and Krymske. “Near Stanytsya Luhanska, the enemy was attacking only with firearms, committing three armed provocations each from 20 minutes to two hours long,” Lysenko said. Comparing to previous days, the Mariupol sector, particularly the section of front line from Pavlopil to Shyrokyne, was much calmer. “The militants were hardly using heavy weapons at all, and rarely opening small arms fire against Ukrainian positions.
Mashable
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Australia's The Daily Telegraph kicked up a storm on social media by anointing Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli "the Donald Trump of world sport." In a scathing piece last evening, the newspaper accused Kohli of destroying the spirit of the game in the on-going series between India and Australia. SEE ALSO: Apple's iOS 10.3 is an update cricket fans will love The Daily Telegraph noted, "The Indian captain is a law unto himself with no one not even the ICC [International Cricket Council] or his own board holding him accountable for his continual perpetuation of fake news... Just like President Trump, Kohli decided to blame the media as a means of trying to hide the egg smeared right across his face." Read more... More about Twitter Reactions , Controversy , Trump , India , and Australia
BBC News 24
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anti-ISIS policy which was formulated under the former president Barack Obama. And now the Donald Trump administration is carrying forward and Rex Tillerson has carried out and displayed how they are going to do it and he says the United States is committed long-term to destroying and.
Times of Israel
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The Iran Project
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Raqqah, on the northern bank of the Euphrates River, was overrun by the Takfiri terrorists in March 2013, and was proclaimed the center for most of the terroristsadministrative and control tasks the next year. This picture, taken on October 9, 2015 shows a Rafale fighter jet on the tarmac of an undisclosed air base purportedly used for raids against Daesh Takfiri militants in Syria. (Photo by AP) The US-led coalition has been conducting airstrikes against what are said to be the Daesh terrorists inside Syria since September 2014 without any authorization from the Damascus government or a UN mandate. The coalition has repeatedly been accused of targeting and killing civilians. It has also been largely incapable of fulfilling its declared aim of destroying Daesh. Syria has been gripped by foreign-backed militancy since March 2011. The UN envoy for Syria estimates that over 400,000 people have been killed in the conflict.
South China Morning Post
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A villager in eastern China jacked up his three-storey house to move it out of the way of a provincial road-widening project, mainland media reports. The villager in Taixing city, Jiangsu province relocated his entire house 150 metres, the Yangtse Evening News reported. Forced evictions are destroying society in China, and elsewhere His house was among the 165 homes along the road that were earmarked for relocation. Although he received some compensation, the villager thought it would be a pity...
BBC News 24
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to say about leaving. Tonight the News Statesman's Stephen Bush raises a glass to Brexit. It's become one of the most reliable and soul-destroying cliches of our politics, that you can't talk about immigration. Of course, that isn't true, as a cursory glance at a British.
BBC Two England
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we've been doing our bit for national unity by inviting prominent Remainers to find at least one positive thing to say about leaving. Tonight the News Statesman's Stephen Bush raises a glass to Brexit. It's become one of the most reliable and soul-destroying.
BBC One Wales
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and I'm being denied that at the moment. It's very soul destroying, really. The changes which come into force in September won't necessarily mean.
BBC One Wales
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It was turned down. They seemed at the time, quite confident that this would come around. So then when you're told as a patient, no, it's been refused, and on the grounds it's been refused, it's quite some destroying. -- soul destroying
Mondoweiss
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It took a year or so to let go–not of Jerusalem but of the limits of my imagination. I read from the Contested Cities project, about communities who shared their cities rather than destroying them. Then I spent my walks thinking of the many ways to define and co-exist in a city: there were values beyond the ownership of square inches. Co-existence had dimensions beyond flat earth. The creativity that weaponized space could also harness it to better ends. I began to study by night, equally unnerved by the prospect of Hamas or Shin Bet happening across my electronic reading list. I had no Jewish practice from which to lapse, and I was in the midst of living nine years among Muslims. What did that make me? Maimonides outlined eight levels of charity, the highest being that which gave others the means to support themselves without further charity: my work was Jewish work.
Sky News
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abortion. Some of the ingredients were used in contraceptive pills, which is to prevent pregnancy taking place. What it shows effectively that the component parts of Primodos certainly seems to be something that is aimed at destroying the early development of the foetus and as.
BBC Parliament
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BBC One Wales
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life. I know it is very centre but it is it in my grasp and I am being denied that, and it is soul destroying, really. Mike Boyle ending that report. Almost 3,000 patients who've had certain types of open heart surgery at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff since 2013 have been told they may have been exposed to an infection. So far three cases of Mycobacterium chimaera have been.
WhoWhatWhy
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PICKS are stories from many sources, selected by our editors or recommended by our readers because they are important, surprising, troubling, enlightening, inspiring, or amusing. They appear on our site and in our daily newsletter. Please send suggested articles, videos, podcasts, etc. to picks@whowhatwhy.org . Senator Whitehouse: Gorsuch a Payoff to Big Business & Big Law (Jimmy) “Whitehouse is making a broader claim about the court. His point isnt just that Gorsuch should be rejected, but that Democrats should have no respect for the legitimacy of the court so long as the court serves a role as a cog in a corrupt big business machine,” says Matt Stoller . (see clip here ). Syrian Defectors Urge Safe and No-Fly Zones (Dan) Trump promised to establishSafe Zones” in Syria to prevent a further humanitarian crisis. Syrian defectors in Washington are also pressing for a no-fly zone over the country.
21stCenturyWire
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It will grow, it will prosper, and it will show the world what resistance truly means. Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and local militias imposed full control over the Salamiyah-Ithriya Highway today (21/03/2017) after reversing the Islamic State’s gains in the eastern countryside of Hama. (Photo: Vanessa Beeley) Syrian blood has been spilt and ran like rivers in the streets. Blood that the terrorists thought was cheap, lives that they thought they could end with a knife, gun, or other weapons. How does one even take such an action? Who are they to determine who deserves to live or die? These godless beasts think they are invincible but the time will come when they will pay for this. To every action there is a reaction. One day, whether it be in this life or the next they will pay. Every single person that had a hand in destroying Syria whether it be the politicians, the soldiers, the media, the fake activists, the ignorant people spreading false allegations on social media, every single person that had a hand in destroying Syria will pay.
21stCenturyWire
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There is no doubt that the siege in eastern Aleppo resulted in a humanitarian crisis for the civilian population trapped within the warzone. As the Washington Institute’s Fabrice Balanche described: “What the United Nations is describing [about] the humanitarian situation is correct: hospitals destroyed, people living in shelters, women and children trapped in the rubble, and so on.” Yet in reality the destruction waged upon Aleppo was hardly different from what is now being done in Mosul as the U.S.-led coalition carries out a similar campaign of counterinsurgency and siege warfare. Currently the Iraqi army, backed by U.S. airstrikes, is conducting a violent and brutal assault on the western parts of Mosul city in order to drive out the Islamic State. A whole population of civilians is trapped within an ongoing warzone and cut off from food supplies and basic necessities as the military offensive hits heavily populated areas killing civilians while destroying important infrastructure in the process, including hospitals .
The Bolton News - North West
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THE mum of a seven-year-old boy who died from cancer last year has condemned heartless yobs for destroying his memorial twice in a matter of days.