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NATO Claims More Russian Troops Entered Ukraine

US General Philip Breedlove, NATO’s top commander, said the organization witnessed more Russian troops move into Ukraine. Russia continues to deny sending troops to Ukraine, but evidence over the last nine months quash these denials. 12 Nov 2014

WSJ: Cuba Making Almost $8 Million a Year on Medical 'Slavery'

The Ebola crisis may have brought nothing but terror and devastation to the countries it affected, but for the communist hermit island of Cuba, it was an opportunity to gain political leverage with impoverished nations like Sierra Leone. With Cuba forcing doctors to leave home forever to interact with Ebola patients for barely any money, their traffic in human labor has become an international sensation. 12 Nov 2014

Iran Expert: Congress Can Defend Iran Sanctions from Obama

In a conference call with reporters Wednesday morning, Mark Dubowitz, an Iran expert and executive director of the nonpartisan Foundation for Defense of Democracies, said that Congress has tools at its disposal to resist efforts by the Obama administration to circumvent the legislature and lift sanctions on Iran as part of a nuclear deal currently being negotiated before a November 24 deadline. 12 Nov 2014

Bombs in Libya Cities Housing Assembly, Government

CAIRO (AP) — Two car bombs and an explosion struck Wednesday in two eastern Libyan cities that are temporary homes to the nation's elected parliament and government, inflicting an unspecified number of casualties, officials said. 12 Nov 2014

Activists: US-Led Syria Strikes Kill at Least 860

BAGHDAD (AP) — U.S.-led coalition airstrikes against the Islamic State group and other extremists in Syria have killed more than 860 people, including civilians, since they began in mid-September, a monitoring group said Wednesday. 12 Nov 2014

Man Sets Himself on Fire over Japan Military Policy

(AFP) A man has burned himself to death in Tokyo in an apparent protest against Japan's controversial move to expand the role of its military, local media said Wednesday, after a similar incident earlier this year. 12 Nov 2014

Obama's Climate Deal: We Cut Emissions Now, China Cuts Later... Maybe

The Obama administration is touting a new deal on greenhouse gas emissions between the U.S. and China, according to which the U.S. will decrease its emissions more rapidly now, and China will stop increasing its emissions around 2030. The deal was supposedly discussed and finalized between President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping in meetings Wednesday at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit. 11 Nov 2014

Iran Deal: The New 'Peace in Our Time'

In Tuesday's Wall Street Journal, the indispensable Bret Stephens explained why an Iran deal--which he still regards as unlikely--would be worth less than the paper on which it is printed. Should President Barack Obama emerge, Neville Chamberlain-like, and wave the page on the tarmac, Stephens warns that the agreement will be highly technical, using the opacity of specifics to impress the West while delaying, then blocking enforcement. 11 Nov 2014

World War II Bombardier Describes POW Captivity as Part of His Duty

Slightly after midnight on May 25, 1945, B-29 bombardier Scott Downing and his crew dropped their incendiary ordinance on Tokyo and banked northeast to return to the US base. That is when their plane was hit by either a Japanese fighter or Japanese anti-aircraft fire, forcing the entire crew to bail out. 11 Nov 2014

Israel Slams UN for Silence on Terror Attacks

On Monday, Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations Ron Prosor chastised the UN Security Council for its silence in the face of a number of recent terror attacks against Israel, and slammed EU countries for efforts to prematurely recognize a Palestinian state. 11 Nov 2014

Veteran’s Day: Liberty Dies Without Soldiers to Defend It

On November 11, 1918 the “Guns of August” fell silent, and the First World War—the “War to End All Wars”—mercifully came to an end. The fighting began after a quarter century of peace in Europe, when many believed that a rise in economic prosperity and a general recognition of human rights had made war a thing of the past. 11 Nov 2014

Europe Crushed by Importing Chinese Deflation

With producer prices in China declining for nearly three years, the European Union as China’s biggest trading partner has been importing deflation. But with Chinese deflation accelerating, Europe seems doomed to suffer a deflationary crash as consumers delay purchases, companies cancel investments, and workers suffer rising layoffs. 11 Nov 2014

Grief, Rage at 36-Year Sentence for Ferry Captain

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Enraged parents wept and screamed as a judge sentenced a South Korean ferry captain to 36 years in prison Tuesday for negligence and abandoning passengers when his ship sank earlier this year, killing more than 300 people, mostly high school students. 11 Nov 2014

Police: Road Accident in South Pakistan Kills 58

MULTAN, Pakistan (AP) — A head-on collision between a passenger bus and a truck on a highway in southern Pakistan killed 58 people on Tuesday, police said. The collision ignited a fuel fire, and a rescuer later described how he carried out a survivor, a four-year-old girl, from the burning bus. 11 Nov 2014

The Real War on Women: Boko Haram Converts Nigerian Schoolgirls to Islam, Married Off to Terrorists

Most often, a wedding is a cause for celebration. Not lately in Nigeria, though, where mass marriages may be leading to a life of terror for hundreds of kidnapped students. Since April, an Islamist terrorist group called Boko Haram has been holding more than 200 girls it kidnapped as they sat for exams at a Nigerian school. The Western world responded with what passes for action these days: celebrities and politicians including Michelle Obama tweeted #bringbackourgirls. Then: nothing. 11 Nov 2014

State Dept Refuses Visa Extension for Israeli NBA Player as Obama Announces Doubling Chinese Student Visas

Even as he defiantly moves to unilaterally grant legal status to millions of people inside the U.S. illegally, President Obama's State Department is making sure that such special favors are not meant for everyone. The State Department’s unexplained refusal to extend a valid P1 visa currently held by an Israeli basketball player has prevented the National Basketball Association's (NBA) Indiana Pacers from signing him. 11 Nov 2014

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