China Accused of Luring German Top Officials Through Fake Social Media Accounts

China Accused of Luring German Top Officials Through Fake Social Media Accounts

The German intelligence service released a warning on Sunday in which it said that China is using fake profiles on social networks to lure personal information from high ranking officials and politicians Germany’s domestic intelligence agency mentioned that during a...
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Australian Same-Sex Marriage Debate – Gay Politician Proposes

Australian Same-Sex Marriage Debate – Gay Politician Proposes

Australia’s lawmakers were ready for a final debate on a bill to legalize same-sex marriage when a particularly important question was asked In his speech, Tim Wilson, who is an openly gay member of Parliament with the center-right Liberal party,...
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Chinese General Investigated for Corruption Hangs Himself

Chinese General Investigated for Corruption Hangs Himself

China’s state-run news agency, Xinhua, reported that a top Chinese general commited suicide after coming under investigation for corruption related charges Zhang Yang, former head of the Chinese military’s political work department was found dead in his ho...
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ISIS Beheads 15 of Its Fighters in Afghanistan

ISIS Beheads 15 of Its Fighters in Afghanistan

On Thursday, the Islamic Group beheaded 15 of its own members due to an infighting in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Nangarhar While ISIS was beheading its own fighters, a suicide attack started in another part of the state, leaving 8...
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Lebanon’s Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s Resignation is on Hold

Lebanon’s Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s Resignation is on Hold

The Prime Minister of Lebanon, Saad Hariri, announced only two weeks after shocking the country by saying he was stepping down that he is putting that thought on hold Hariri mentioned that he had accepted President Michel Aoun’s wish for...
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Cap on Mortgage Interest Deductions – Republicans and Democrats Agree

Cap on Mortgage Interest Deductions – Republicans and Democrats Agree

Republicans and Democrats finally agree on something: the cap on mortgage interest deductions proposed in the tax reform bill Housing and Urban Development secretary during the Clinton administration, Robert Reich, said that the current deduction is far from b...
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Trump’s “Calm Before the Storm” Triggers Foreign Policy Speculation

Trump’s “Calm Before the Storm” Triggers Foreign Policy Speculation

As the president met with senior military leaders, he mentioned that it was “the calm before the storm” with no further explanations The way the president used such words, given the moment in time, made others to question his intentions,...
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