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  • German study: 40% of migrant 'children' are actually adults

    (GATEWAY PUNDIT) In October 2015 1,200 migrants with beards entered Stockholm, Sweden in a single day claiming to be “refugee children.” The migrants were carrying signs begging locals for assistance for child refugees. In Austria officials in 2016 officials found that HALF of refugees claiming to be children were adults.…

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  • Food company fined $2 million for discriminating against 'non-Hispanics'

    In a race discrimination lawsuit, the federal government has negotiated a settlement requiring a company that produces Mexican-style cheese and meat products to pay $2 million for discriminating against non-Hispanics. El Mexicano and its parent, San Jose, California-based Marquez Brothers International, were accused of preferring Hispanic job applicants over all…

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  • American 'economic refugees' increasingly retiring abroad

    (CBS News) Cynthia and Edd Staton are thoroughly enjoying retirement in their 3,000 square-foot penthouse apartment. They have a housekeeper, eat out frequently, never fret about health care costs, and indulge in yoga classes and visits to the gym. It's a fine way to spend their golden years — in…

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  • Microsoft chief: Rise of killer robots is 'unstoppable'

    (LONDON TELEGRAPH) The rise of killer robots is now unstoppable and a new digital Geneva Convention is essential to protect the world from the growing threat they pose, according to the President of the world’s biggest technology company. In an interview with The Telegraph, Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, said…

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  • Suspect in 1985 hijacking of TWA Flight 847 arrested

    (FOX NEWS) A man wanted in the 1985 hijacking of a Trans World Airlines (TWA) plane in which a U.S. Navy diver was killed during the harrowing 17-day ordeal was arrested by Greek police. Police said Saturday the suspect, a 65-year-old Lebanese man, was arrested on the island of Mykonos…

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  • Ultimate 'Big Brother' scheme goes down in flames

    A "Big Brother" scheme in which the Scottish government sought to appoint a person to spy on every child is going down in flames. The law was overturned three years ago by the nation's Supreme Court because of privacy violations, but government officials had been trying to revise and revive…

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  • China orders 10 Commandments replaced with Xi's quotes

    There have a number of times around the United States in recent years that the 10 Commandments have been ordered to be taken down. Like in the judicial building in the state of Alabama. And sometimes in schools. Wouldn't want those children reading something like "Thou shalt not steal." Who…

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  • Millions around world take to streets in climate strike

    (NBC NEWS) Crowds of children flooded the streets of major cities Friday in a global show of force to demand action on climate change, with many young people skipping school in protest and sharing a unified message aimed at world leaders. "No matter how many times they try to ignore…

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  • Pence: 'Era of economic surrender is over'

    Vice President Mike Pence declared Thursday that under the presidency of Donald Trump, the "era of economic surrender is over." Addressing the ongoing trade dispute with China, he said that allowing the communist regime's exploitation of the United States is unsustainable, and Washington must fight for fair trade. "When it…

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  • Poll: Majority say set aside 1/2 of Earth as nature

    (NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC) Famed biologist E.O. Wilson has argued in recent years that humans should set aside half of Earth as nature, an ambitious proposition to stave off mass extinction and safeguard the bulk of our planet’s biodiversity, including its people. Now, a new poll reveals Wilson isn’t alone in his…

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  • Iran warns 'all-out war' if U.S. retaliates over Saudi oil-facility bombings

    (FOX NEWS) Iran warned Thursday that an "all-out war” could break out if any country attacks it following weekend bombings of Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities that the U.S. believes Tehran orchestrated. Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif’s stark message to CNN comes a day after U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo…

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  • U.S.: American Airlines saboteur mechanic may have terror ties

    (FOX NEWS) -- A federal judge on Wednesday denied bail to a former American Airlines mechanic accused of sabotaging a jetliner in July over possible links to the Islamic State (ISIS). U.S. Magistrate Judge Chris McAliley ordered Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani held during a Miami court hearing. He is charged…

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  • 'This is clearly coming from outside the solar system'

    (THE ATLANTIC) -- No one knows where it came from, but it’s here now. And the chase is on. Astronomers around the world are monitoring an interstellar comet hurtling through the solar system, known for the moment as C/2019 Q4. It’s the second time in less than two years that…

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  • Dark daze: Justin Trudeau wore brownface at 2001 party

    (TIME) -- Justin Trudeau, Canada’s prime minister, wore brownface makeup to a party at the private school where he was teaching in the spring of 2001. TIME has obtained a photograph of the incident. The photograph has not been previously reported. The picture was taken at an “Arabian Nights”-themed gala.…

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  • McCabe will refuse plea deal if indicted

    Andrew McCabe Fired former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe says he won't accept a plea deal if he's indicted for lying to the agency. The Daily Signal reported McCabe stated, "I never intentionally misled anyone about anything, and I will not stand up and claim that I've done something that…

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  • Terror-tied CAIR presses Twitter to suspend Trump

    CAIR Executive Director Nihad Awad speaks at a press conference in Washington, D.C. (video screenshot) The Council on American-Islamic Relations, which boasts of being the nation's largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, condemned President Trump for redistributing a Twitter message that claimed Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., "partied on the…

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  • Study: End-times 'Gog and Magog' war prophecy is 'realistic'

    (Image courtesy Pixabay) The Bible predicts an end-times war called the battle of Gog and Magog. While there have been many interpretations of the relevant Scriptures, many scholars agree it’s a short war of extreme violence involving the whole world. God’s children win, by the way. Now Breaking Israel News…

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  • 'Brown girls' out to conquer Instagram

    (BBC NEWS) -- There's a sisterhood emerging on Instagram and it's one made up of young women from around the globe who proudly identify as "brown girls" - but who are they and what is it that they want? "We're told that 'we're too brown' or 'we're not brown enough'…

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  • Epstein accuser sues dead pedophile's estate executors

    (CNBC) — A woman who claims that she was sexually abused “countless times” by the late wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein — beginning when she was just 14 years old or younger — sued the executors of Epstein’s estate in federal court Wednesday. The woman, now in her early 30s, says…

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  • Smartphones removed to reveal strange, lonely new world

    (QUARTZ) -- Are you reading this on a handheld device? There’s a good chance you are. Now imagine how’d you look if that device suddenly disappeared. Lonely? Slightly crazy? Perhaps next to a person being ignored? As we are sucked in ever more by the screens we carry around, even…

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  • Ancient game tied to better health, lower depression

    (STUDY FINDS) -- ATHENS, Ga. — Mahjong, a tile-based game developed in China in the 19th century, is now played all over the world by millions. Usually contested between four people, Mahjong is a game of skill, strategy, and a little bit of luck. Besides being a fun & challenging…

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  • Mormon Church reaffirms stance on same-sex marriage

    (AP) -- PROVO, Utah — The leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints reaffirmed the religion’s opposition to gay marriage Tuesday, while explaining that leaders lifted a short-lived ban on baptisms for children of gay parents because they felt the “heartache” it caused. Church president Russell M.…

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  • Men hunting for Area 51 get jailed

    (FOX NEWS) -- Two Dutch nationals arrested last week in search of Area 51 were sentenced Monday to just three days in county jail after which, police say, they will be sent back to the Netherlands. Govert Sweep, 21, and Ties Granzier, 20, were sentenced to one year in jail…

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  • Trump names new national security adviser

    (AP) -- US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he is naming hostage negotiator Robert O’Brien as his new national security adviser. Trump tweeted the announcement from California, while on the third and final day of a West Coast fundraising swing. “I am pleased to announce that I will name…

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  • Health fears prompt Swiss 5G revolt

    (AFP) -- Switzerland was among the first countries to begin deploying 5G, but health fears over radiation from the antennas that carry the next-generation mobile technology have sparked a nationwide revolt. Demonstrators against the technology are due to fill the streets of Bern later this month, but already a number…

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  • Always wrong: Report unveils history of failed 'global warming' alarms

    (Image courtesy Pixabay) It was only days ago that the socialist U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., claimed that in a few years Miami would disappear because of global warming. Not likely, reveals a new report from the Competitive Enterprise Institute. In fact, it has compiled a list of all of…

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  • Facebook auto-generating pages for ISIS

    WASHINGTON (AP) — In the face of criticism that Facebook is not doing enough to combat extremist messaging, the company likes to say that its automated systems remove the vast majority of prohibited content glorifying the Islamic State group and al-Qaida before it’s reported. But a whistleblower’s complaint shows that…

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  • Holocaust survivors urge Congress to let them sue European insurance companies

    (MIAMI HERALD) -- The president of the Holocaust Survivors of Miami-Dade County wants to allow survivors and their families to use the courts to get payouts from European insurance companies for policies that were upended by Nazi Germany. And after years of advocacy from South Florida lawmakers, David Mermelstein might…

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  • Priests spray holy water from plane to stop 'fornication'

    (ABC NEWS) -- Russian Orthodox priests in the Central Russian city of Tver took to the skies in a small airplane to save citizens from "drunkenness and fornication," reported a Russian local media outlet. On Sept. 11, Sobriety Day, an unofficial Russian holiday, the priests carried 70 liters (about 18…

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  • N. Korea video: Christians are 'spies' on 'mission from enemy'

    (CHRISTIAN POST) -- A newly-discovered propaganda video reveals how the North Korean government seeks to silence Christianity by painting believers as “religious fanatics” and “spies” bent on undermining the stability of the hermit kingdom. The video, obtained by The Voice of the Martyrs, a Christian nonprofit that supports persecuted believers…

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  • Bang! 5 years in jail for not handing in banned guns

    (SUMMIT NEWS) -- Following a ban on virtually all semi-automatic firearms, New Zealanders face 5 years in jail if they refuse to hand them in. A France 24 report on the government’s new buyback scheme showed a line of gun owners willfully giving up their guns in response to the…

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  • Ilhan Omar deletes evidence she married brother

    Ilhan Omar says her father’s name is Nur Omar Mohamed, but in an old Father’s Day tweet that she deleted Tuesday, she said his name is Nur Said. That would mean not only that her name isn’t Ilhan Omar, but that the evidence continues to mount that the man she…

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  • Bibi in epic battle as no clear election winner

    (JERUSALEM POST) -- Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's efforts to carry on over a decade in office with a historic victory in Tuesday's Israeli election and to be tasked with forming a government for the sixth time remained up in the air late Tuesday, after exit polls predicted a stalemate. The…

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  • Strange reason purple sunsets 'erupting' around world

    (FOX NEWS) -- Volcanic eruptions can often be devastating to nearby regions, but a remote volcano in Russia is responsible for some beautiful sunsets, according to researchers. The volcano Raikoke shot aerosols into the air in June, ones that Lars Kalnajs, a research associate at the University of Colorado, says…

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  • Man has 4-inch 'devil horn' removed from head

    (FOX NEWS) -- A man in India recently had a four-inch hornlike growth removed from his head after it began causing him pain, and after attempts to trim it by a local barber stopped being successful. The 74-year-old reportedly injured his head about five years ago, which at first resulted…

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  • U.S. Navy makes stunning admission on 3 mysterious UFO videos

    (FOX NEWS) -- For the first time, the U.S. Navy has acknowledged the three UFO videos that were released by former Blink-182 singer Tom DeLonge and published by the New York Times are of real "unidentified" objects. “The Navy considers the phenomena contained/depicted in those three videos as unidentified," Navy…

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  • U.S. sues Snowden for failing to get gov't OK for book

    (CNBC) -- The U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden on Tuesday for failing to submit his book to the government for clearance. “Edward Snowden has violated an obligation he undertook to the United States when he signed agreements as part of his employment by…

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  • New location of Jesus miracle feeding the 5,000?

    (CHRISTIAN POST) -- Israeli archaeologists have discovered a mosaic illustrating the miracle of Jesus feeding the 5,000, located on the floor of a church on the opposite side of the Sea of Galilee from where it has been said the miracle originally took place. The findings were discovered in Hippos…

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  • Lab holding smallpox explodes

    (Fox News) A virus research center in Russia — one of two places in the world that houses the smallpox virus — exploded on Monday, officials said. The blast at the State Research Center of Virology and Biotechnology, or "Vector," left one employee injured and the building, located in Koltsovo,…

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  • Facebook trying to stop headline changes

    (AFP) Facebook said Monday it is working to stop advertisers from changing headlines in links to news stories after concerns raised by a British political party's altering of one such link. The leading social network confirmed the internal effort in the face of concerns over a BBC headline altered in…

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  • Ozone layer on track to completely repair itself in our lifetime

    (SBS NEWS) The world's ozone layer is on track to be completely healed by the 2060s, according to modelling by the UN's environmental agency (UNEP). In the past 19-years, parts of the ozone layer have recovered at a rate of one to three per cent every ten years, UNEP has…

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  • U.S. bomb-sniffing dogs sent to Jordan now dying from poor treatment

    (CTV NEWS) Bomb-sniffing dogs sent from the United States to its Middle Eastern ally Jordan are falling ill and dying due to poor treatment and negligence, a federal investigation has found. A year-long evaluation by inspectors at the U.S. State Department found that at least 10 such dogs in Jordan…

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  • New city pool to have just 1 'gender neutral' changing room

    (SUMMIT NEWS) A new public swimming pool in Montreal, Canada will have just one “gender neutral” changing room, eliminating male and female designated facilities. The Rosemont Aquatic Complex, which is set to open next year, announced the new policy on its website. According to Nathalie Goulet, head of social inclusion…

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  • Chinese state-sanctioned church pastors told what to preach

    (CHRISTIAN POST) Chinese government officials are demanding that clergy affiliated with the state-sanctioned protestant church base their sermons on a new book that blends biblical teachings with the teachings of Confucius. The Chinese human rights magazine Bitter Winter reports that clergy affiliated with the Three-Self Patriotic Movement in Yuzhou city…

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  • Nike puts swoosh on hijabs

    Some Islamic regimes have required women to wear the hijab in public while many cultures view it as a symbol of oppression of women, and some nations have banned it. Now, there will be at least one available with a familiar symbol normally associated with athletics. BizPacReview reported Nike has…

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  • Judicial Watch goes after communications of 'FBI/CIA informant'

    Washington watchdog Judicial Watch is investigating another alleged instance of entrapment of the Trump campaign in the 2016 election by Obama bureaucrats. Judicial Watch said Monday it has filed a Freedom of Information lawsuit against the Justice Department seeking records of communications between Robert Mueller's special counsel office and Felix…

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  • Trump: Iran's fingerprints on Saudi oil attack

    While making it clear he isn't looking for war, President Trump said Monday it is "certainly looking" like Iran was behind the drone attacks Saturday on one of Saudi Arabia's key oil facilities. "That was a very large attack, and it could be met with an attack many, many times…

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  • Netanyahu says he will annex Hebron, adjacent West Bank settlement

    (JTA NEWS) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he will annex Hebron and the adjacent West Bank settlement of Kiryat Arba. Netanyahu made the statement on Monday morning during an interview with Army Radio, 24 hours before Israelis go to the polls in national elections for the second time this…

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  • Ban on eating dogs, cats blocked in U.K.

    (SUMMIT NEWS) A legal ban on eating dogs and cats in the UK has been blocked over fears it might offend people from South-East Asian countries. Yes, really. After a bill was drawn up to make possession of dog or cat meat illegal in the UK, civil servants stepped in…

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  • Pope invites political leaders to sign 'Global Pact' for 'new humanism'

    (DAILY WIRE) Further signaling his acceptance of globalism during an age of increased nationalism, Pope Francis has now invited leaders to sign a "Global Pact" to create a "new humanism." "The global event, set to take place at the Vatican on May 14, 2020, is themed 'Reinventing the Global Educational…

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