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Al Qaeda urges attacks on super rich Americans

A notorious al Qaeda magazine is encouraging lone-wolf terrorist attacks on U.S. economic leaders, including Bill Gates, Michael Bloomberg and Warren Buffett.

The list in Inspire magazine also included industrialist brothers Charles and David Koch, internet entrepreneur Larry Ellison, and … Read the rest

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Is Europe doomed as Gadaffi promised?

As Europe’s migrant crisis grows far and wide, many Russian media are recalling the late Libyan leader Muamar Gaddafi’s gloom prophecy made several months before his violent death. “Now listen you, people of NATO. You’re bombing a wall which stood … Read the rest

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Hungarian army prepares for border defence

The Hungarian army has started military drills to prepare its soldiers for service at the southern border amid the unfolding refugee crisis, Chief of Staff General Tibor Benko said, according to MTI news agency.

Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban said … Read the rest

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US alert on South African terror threat

The US on Tuesday warned its citizens in South Africa of a “specific, credible” threat.

The US embassy said on its website it had “information that extremists may be targeting US interests in South Africa, to possibly include US government … Read the rest

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White poet poses as Chinese

Michael Derrick Hudson of Indiana used the pen name Yi-Fen Chou after his poem was repeatedly rejected under his real name

A white man whose poem was published Tuesday under a Chinese-sounding pseudonym in The Best American Poetry anthology has … Read the rest

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Trump surges ahead of Hillary

Despite the liberal media spinning Hillary’s non-apology as bringing her closer to the American public, it appears her presidential campaign took another shot to the chest this weekend.

Not only does Bernie Sanders keep rising in the polls, Republican presidential … Read the rest