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El Chapo Guzmán, Washington's Drug Problem, and the North American Police State

El Chapo Guzmán, Washington's Drug Problem, and the North American Police State
Well, he's done it again! Joaquín Guzmán Loera, better known as "El Chapo", head of the powerful Sinaloa Cartel and formerly the most-wanted billionaire drug lord in Mexico (and elsewhere), escaped from a Mexican maximum security federal prison outside Mexico City a few weeks ago. In 2001, Guzman escaped from another maximum security federal prison. The story this time goes that a 50cm diameter hole was found in his cell, protected from the...
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Ukrainian poll fail: 84% would entrust Putin to lead Ukraine

Ukrainian poll fail: 84% would entrust Putin to lead Ukraine
A new information tragedy in Ukraine. It started so innocently: the nationally conscious patriotic website Nedelya.ua organized a survey. The question was: which politician would you entrust with governing your country? 41,664 votes were cast. The results were a knock-out blow for the organizers--a full and crushing victory for Vladimir Putin. Treason! Let's look at the results: Putin: 84% (34,905 votes)Lukashenko: 5% (2032)Xi Jinping 2%...
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Gaza's Black Friday: Israel stands accused of war crimes, murdering 75 children during indiscriminate 2014 slaughter

Gaza's Black Friday: Israel stands accused of war crimes, murdering 75 children during indiscriminate 2014 slaughter
Israeli forces have been accused of carrying out war crimes during a day of "carnage" in the Gaza Strip that has been called Black Friday. A report by Amnesty International on alleged atrocities in Rafah during last year's conflict with Hamas claims Israeli forces killed at least 135 Palestinian civilians, including 75 children, following the capture of a soldier. Lieutenant Hadar Goldin, 23, was with a unit searching for tunnels between Gaza...
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Russian scientist: Slowdown in Earth's rotation means we're on the verge of major climatic upheaval

Russian scientist: Slowdown in Earth's rotation means we're on the verge of major climatic upheaval
The world geological community is warning that today's seismic activity on our planet is nothing compared with what's to come. Over the past three years, Pakistan, for example, has been hit by dozens of earthquakes. In March 2005, 80,000 people died under the rubble there. On October 30, the last time nature went on the rampage, there were hundreds of victims. Tens of thousands of people drowned during an overwhelming Asian tsunami at the end...

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