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Antifa Strikes Again — This Time, in Portland

Antifa violently attacked police and right-wing demonstrators in Portland, Oregon, on Sunday, just weeks after the group imilarly attacked peaceful protesters in Berkeley, California.

Demonstrators pose behind fake prison bars as Iranian opposition protesters march during a rally to protest against executions in Iran. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is in France for a two-day official visit, in Paris, Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016. Rouhani's visit to Paris is focused on renewing trade ties, but France …

Iran Arrests A Dozen Nuclear Deal Negotiaters For Spying

TEL AVIV – At least a dozen senior Iranian officials who were part of negotiations for the U.S.-led nuclear deal were arrested by the Islamic Republic on espionage charges, an Iranian lawmaker said.

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101 Muhammads Jailed by U.S. Anti-Terror Agencies Since 9/11

U.S. anti-jihad agencies have jailed or arrested 101 men since 2001 who are named for Muhammad, the reputedly final and perfect prophet of Islam, despite President Barack Obama’s insistence that Islamic “violent extremism” – and the 101 Muhammads – have nothing to do with Islam.

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German Border Controls Yield Multiple Arrests, Chaos on Austrian Border

The German federal government reintroduced border controls Sunday to slow the influx of immigrants arriving from Hungary via Austria, temporarily overriding the stipulations of the Schengen Agreement, which abolished internal borders and passport controls for the 26 participating states. Until

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Bail Bonds Agents Busted

Thirty-one bail bonds agents have been arrested by law enforcement officers working with the California Department of Insurance and the Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office.

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China: Journalist ‘Confesses’ to Causing Panic by Reporting on Stock Market

Chinese journalist Wang Xiaolu has been arrested and has “confessed” to causing the stock market to crash in what the nation is calling its “Black Monday” last week. State media outlet Xinhua reports that nearly 200 others were also arrested for “causing panic” by “spreading rumors” in publications or on social media.