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MintPress News 4h
EXCLUSIVE: How did the MEK go from terrorist cult to State Dept partner in pushing regime change in Iran? MintPress went to their DC rally to find out.
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MintPress News 4h
Photo of the Day: Members of the ANSWER Coalition hold an anti-war with Iran rally outside of the White House in Washington, June 23, 2019. Andrew Harnik | AP
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MintPress News 5h
How to shape public opinion:
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While we can’t guarantee that candidates will stick to their campaign promises, it's important to look at this new crop of presidential candidates and examine their views on issues of war and peace.
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MintPress News 7h
Yemen’s Houthi-allied military has made significant strides in its air-defense sector and has become a real threat to Saudi-led Coalition and U.S. operations over .
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MintPress News 8h
EXCLUSIVE: This ancient site that dates back to the year 705 C.E. is being targeted for destruction by extremist groups that seek to erase Jerusalem’s Muslim heritage in pursuit of colonial ambitions and the fulfillment of end-times prophecy.
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MintPress News 8h
Is Harris following the Clinton 2016 roadmap?
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MintPress News 9h
“To Yemenis, rape is worse than death! We swear by Allah we will take revenge on Sudanese soldiers. They will not return alive to their country.”
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MintPress News 10h
With over 800 military bases in more than 80 countries, the Pentagon is the “world’s largest institutional user of petroleum” and “producer of greenhouse gases.”
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MintPress News 11h
The mines could have been planted surreptitiously.
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MintPress News 12h
The US military has had its eyes on Afghan mineral deposits for some time. A 2007 Pentagon memo that the New York Times quoted in a 2010 article says that Afghanistan could be the “Saudi Arabia of lithium.”
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MintPress News Jun 23
The mines could have been planted surreptitiously by Saudi Arabia or the UAE.
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MintPress News Jun 23
The U.S. military has had its eyes on Afghan mineral deposits for some time. A 2007 Pentagon memo that the New York Times quoted in a 2010 article says that Afghanistan could be the “Saudi Arabia of lithium.”
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MintPress News Jun 23
While we can’t guarantee that candidates will stick to their campaign promises, it is important to look at this new crop of presidential candidates and examine their views on issues of war and peace.
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MintPress News Jun 23
The mines could have been planted surreptitiously by Saudi Arabia or the UAE.
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MintPress News Jun 23
Canada has been a major player in repeated coup attempts in since Juan declared himself president in January.
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MintPress News Jun 23
has been “deliberately exposed, for a period of several years, to progressively [more] severe forms of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment."
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MintPress News Jun 23
We can't ignore that the Pentagon is the “world’s largest institutional user of petroleum."
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MintPress News Jun 23
The U.S. military has had its eyes on Afghan mineral deposits for some time. A 2007 Pentagon memo that the New York Times quoted in a 2010 article says that Afghanistan could be the “Saudi Arabia of lithium.”
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