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default Come On Now, Julian
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default Remove the Plank From Your Own Eye, Hillary
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hot Swedes at war with immigrants?
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default Take in Refugees - Abolish all causes of flight
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default Saudi Arabia, Turkey & their Arab allies are the WORLD'S LARGEST STATE SPONSOR OF TERRORISM
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default Behind every refugee stands an arms trader
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hot Victim blaming in Germany
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default Communists forced confession on little girl
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hot "Five Syrians arrested in Honduras trying to reach U.S. with stolen Greek passports"
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default The Military-Industrial Complex is the Greatest Threat for World Peace
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default Obama's argument for the TPP
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Dec 29 2015 - 9:54am
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default Bombing Strengthens the Islamic State
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default Giving Money to People is The Only Way, Says French Bank's Chief Economist
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hot Only one Japanese nuclear reactor out of 54 is operating as of March 26, 2012...also, updates from Fukushima Daiichi
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default Democrats Want To Bomb Aladdin And Jasmine
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default In the Logic of War
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default Terrorist pledge of allegiance
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default Thomas Piketty: Clamping down with law and order will not be enough
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default West ignored Russian offer in 2012 to have Syria's Assad step aside
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default "Venezuela election: Maduro's Socialists trounced"
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hot Terror Attack in France
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default A Bush You Can Like
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default NATO is harboring the Islamic State
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default Kurds are Winning
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default Russian jet shootdown
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