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Netanyahu, Erdogan trade insults over Trump’s Jerusalem decision

AFP   Relations between Israel and Turkey took a bitter turn Sunday as their leaders traded accusations of involvement in terrorism, days after the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he would fight against the controversial declaration, describing Israel as a "terrorist state" that kills children,

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Obama Warns Americans Against Following In The Path Of Nazi Germany

HuffPost   It’s not that democracy is “fragile,” exactly, but it is “reversible,” according to former President Barack Obama. During an interview earlier this week at the Economic Club of Chicago, Obama reminded his audience to remain vigilant in protecting the values and institutions that make up American democracy or risk following in

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Another World war looming? Rage, protests, condemnation follow Trump historic Jerusalem announcement

  President Trump has been warned peace in the Middle East could be under threat if the US becomes the first country to identify Jerusalem as Israel's capital The Muslim world has reacted with fury Wednesday night after Donald Trump declared Jerusalem as the capital of Israel despite an international outcry. Palestinian President

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Critics blame Obama for Libyan slave trade as shocking video goes viral

  AOL.com Former President Barack Obama has come under criticism after a series of videos showing men and women being sold in a renewed slave trade have gone viral in recent weeks. Some critics have begun questioning how much the Obama administration contributed to the problem with its 2011 intervention in Libya. Obama

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Japanese defense in the age of North Korean missile successes

Yahoonews   The United States and South Korea began large-scale air-defense exercises on Monday, ignoring pleas from Russia and China to call off the annual military drills in hopes that, in exchange, North Korea would slow its weapons programs. The decision signaled that the U.S. and its regional allies, including South Korea

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These were African,Arab leaders: they are dead, deposed or driven from their homelands

  On Oct. 10, 2010, at an Afro-Arab joint summit in the Libyan coastal city of Surt, more than two dozen Arab and African leaders posed together for a group picture. What a difference seven years has made. In a sign of the changes that have swept the region, many of those leaders

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