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Russia Holds Military Drills on Disputed Islands Claimed by Japan

Russia is accelerating a military buildup on a chain of islands claimed by Japan, Bloomberg reports. Tokyo lodged a formal protest after 2,000 Russian troops held military exercises over a week ago on the four islands, called the Southern Kurils in Russia and the Northern territories in Japan.

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Fukushima firm ordered to pay $143k to family of 102yo suicide victim

A Japanese court has ordered the operators of the Fukushima nuclear plant to pay 15.2 million yen (US$143,400) in compensation to the family of 102-year-old Fumio Okubo, who killed himself rather than leave his home village.

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LULZ: Michael Moore Participated In Russia-Sponsored Anti-Trump Rally

Progressive director Michael Moore participated in an anti-Trump protest in New York that was organized by Russians, according to information released Friday by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

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Israel Is Directly Arming at Least 7 Syrian Rebel Groups

 Israel’s mounting interest in Syria’s War, and in particular in picking fights with the Assad government, Iran, and any other Shi’ite factions in the country, have included reports by analysts of a growing amount of Israeli arms and ammunition flowing across the border for rebels.

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Why Washington struck Russian contractors in Syria?

On February 7, the US B-52 bombers and Apache helicopters struck a contingent of Syrian government troops and allied forces in Deir al-Zor that reportedly killed and wounded dozens of Russian military contractors working for the Russian private security firm, the Wagner group. In order to understand the reason why the US brazenly attacked the Russian contractors, we need to keep the backdrop of seven-year-long Syrian conflict in mind. Washington has failed to topple the government of Bashar al-Assad in Syria.

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Columbine survivor introduces bill to expand concealed-carry in schools

Some students are calling for tougher gun-control laws after escaping last week’s horrific massacre in Parkland, Florida, but another school-shooting survivor is going in a different direction.

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Dramatic moment teacher body slams student captured on camera (VIDEO)

A teacher has been fired from a North Carolina school for body slamming a 12-year-old student in an assault captured on video and posted to Facebook.

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NASA certifies current version of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 Rockets for science missions

NASA has certified the current version of the SpaceX Falcon 9 to launch some categories of science missions. The move is seen as a milestone needed for the upcoming, but delayed, launch of an astronomy spacecraft, Space.com reported.

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Robert Mueller’s ’13 Russian trolls indictment’ is a COPY + PASTE job from 2015 Ukrainian Radio Free Europe post

The Gateway Pundit reports that Robert Mueller and his team completely lifted the pathetic ’13 Russian troll’ indictment from a propaganda article published on Ukraine’s Radio Free Europe web site way back in 2015. 

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Johns Hopkins-U Wins Lucrative Defense Department Contracts

Johns Hopkins University was recently awarded a Department of Defense (DoD) contract, according to the agency’s website. Worth $13 million dollars, the contract covers a wide range of tactical area’s geared towards offensive operations. The lucrative agreement represents the latest in a history of cooperative work between the prestigious college and the defense community.

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IKEA To Begin Selling "At-Cost" Home Solar Panel Systems For Under $10,000

Swedish furniture manufacturer IKEA recently announced a plan to sell “at-cost” home solar panel systems that will range from $7,500 – $10,000. The offer is slowly rolling out in different markets and is already available in different parts of Europe and Japan. This week, IKEA Australia boss Jan Gardberg announced that the solar panels will soon be sold in his region as well.

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Report: iCloud plan puts China's Apple users at risk

According to The Hong Kong Free Press, Apple is set to hand over the keys to the accounts of iCloud users in China to a company owned by the surveillance and censorship-happy Chinese government.

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China is Building Laser 10 Trillion Times Stronger than the Sun That Could Tear Space

Physicists hailing out of Shanghai, China are building what they refer to as a “Station of Extreme Light,” a device that they claim could be fully functional as early as 2023, about 5 years from now. The Station of Extreme Light appears to be a CERN-level project that could create temperature extremes not typically found on planet Earth. They say the technology it utilizes could one day be used to conduct a particle accelerator similiar to CERN.

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Instability Mounts in Puerto Rico Amid Privatization Efforts and Power Authority's Cash Shortfall

As nearly 250,000 Puerto Ricans remain without power five months after Hurricane Maria struck the island territory—the longest blackout in U.S. history—the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) said Sunday it will reduce its operating reserve to save money, as the island's government moves toward privatizing the authority.

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At Least 20 Students Told Police Nikolas Cruz Threatened To KILL Them—Police Did Nothing

As new information surfaces surrounding the mass shooting that killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last week, it is becoming even more apparent that law enforcement blatantly ignored a number of warning signs about the suspected gunman, which included 20 calls to police detailing death threats and violent behavior.

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Top South Korean Crypto Regulator Found Dead "From Unknown Cause"

In a shocking development that's almost guaranteed to contribute to speculation about whether any foul play was involved, the Wall Street Journal reports that one of the country's top crypto regulators was found dead Tuesday.

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Since Standing Rock, 56 Bills Have Been Introduced in 30 States to Restrict Protests

In the year since the last activists were evicted, the crackdown on journalists and activists has only intensified.

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Russia Warns US To "Stop Playing With Fire" In Syria, Immediately Leave Area It Controls

Two weeks after a US B-52 strike killed scores of Russian mercenaries in Syria, which according to Bloomberg and Reuters were are as many as 200, while Russia said no more than 5 Russians were killed in the attack then promptly refused to discuss the embarrassing topic further, Moscow has clearly not forgotten this latest - and most serious - escalation in the 7-year-old proxy war, and on Monday Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned the Trump administration not to “play with fire” as he lashed out at the U.S. over what he described as its “provocative” support for autonomy-seeking Kurds in Syria, while urging US troops in the area of Al-Tanf to "leave immediately."

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Netanyahu in deeper peril as more Israeli officials are arrested on corruption charges

Less than one week after Israeli police recommended that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted on several corruption charges, a new legal minefield has opened up beneath his feet.

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