Obama Vows to Redouble Efforts to Close Guantanamo

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President Barack Obama said on Sunday he is eager to redouble his efforts to release the remaining 131 suspected terrorist inmates at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility so he can close Gitmo’s doors forever. “I’m going to be doing everything I

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Mosul Archbishop Warns West of Muslim Threat

For the first time since the third century there are “no more Christians in Iraq,” said Mosul Archbishop Amel Shamon Nona in an interview Sunday with the Spanish newspaper ABC. “Christians,” Nona said, “had a very important and beautiful mission
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GCHQ Can’t Track Criminal Gangs Thanks To The Guardian

Intelligence agency GCHQ is finding it impossible to track some of Britain’s most dangerous criminal gangs because their tactics were disclosed in The Guardian. The intelligence agency, which monitors communications, has claimed criminal gangs changed their tactics after Edward Snowden
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World View: Israel-Palestine Struggle Moves to the United Nations

This morning’s key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com Israel-Palestine struggle moves to the United Nations ISIS executes 100 foreign fighters for trying to flee Syria Reader comments say that Vietnam can defend against China Israel-Palestine struggle moves to the United Nations Sisyphus
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South Korea Nuclear Plant Operator Hacked

(Reuters) – Computer systems at South Korea’s nuclear plant operator have been hacked, the company said on Monday, sharply raising concerns about safeguards around nuclear facilities in a country that remains technically at war with NorthKorea. The Korea Hydro and

France raises number of car rampage injured to 13

PARIS (AP) — France’s top security official has raised the number of people injured by a rampaging driver to 13, and is cautioning against jumping to conclusions about the attack. Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said Monday that the investigation in

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