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YouTube bans Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes for copyright infringement

Alt-right commentator and Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes is now banned from YouTube for “multiple third-party claims of copyright infringement,” according to the company. At the time of the ban, McInnes, who also co-founded Vice Media in 1994 prior to his involvement with numerous nationalist causes, had over 200,000 subscribers. It is not clear which videos on McInnes’ channel led to the ban, but YouTube confirmed that the channel had exceeded the threshold for copyright strikes, leading to a “repeat offender” ban.

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The Largest Conspiracy Theory Peddlers Are MSM And The US State Department

The US State Department has issued a statement accusing the Syrian government of having carried out a false flag chemical weapons attack in northwestern Aleppo with the intent to blame it on the jihadist factions in the region, citing “credible info” that the public has not been permitted to see.

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Newly-Released MKUltra Docs: The CIA Made Remote-Controlled Dogs With Brain Surgery

The Central Intelligence Agency made six remote-controlled dogs as a part of their MKULTRA “behavior modification” or mind control program.  Using brain surgery, newly requested documents show that the dogs were “field operational” and controlled by human beings.

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Russia Deploys Nuclear-Capable Tu-160 Bombers To Venezuela

Previously US defense officials warned that Russia was preparing to deploy nuclear-capable Tu-160 Blackjack bombers to Venezuela this week in continuation of scheduled training, but which Pentagon leaders see as a provocation, given both countries are under sanction and seen as "rogue" states. This comes as President Nicolas Maduro, who is overseeing one of Venezuela's worst political and economic crisis in decades, has been increasingly reliant of Russia for aid, and after he visited Moscow last week and signed an estimated $6 billion deal with Putin, promising investment in the oil and mining sectors, with military modernization aid to boot. 

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Julian Assange rejects UK-Ecuador deal for him to leave the embassy

Julian Assange's lawyer has rejected an agreement announced by Ecuador's president to see him leave the Ecuadorean embassy in London, after six years inside.

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US sanctions three North Korea top officials

The US Treasury has imposed new sanctions on three top North Korean officials, including a close aide to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.Choe Ryong Hae, the Director of the Workers' Party of Korea, Jong Kyong Thaek, the North Korean Minister of State Security and Pak Kwang Ho, the director of the Propaganda and Agitation Department for the Worker's Party have all been added to the sanctions list.

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Macron announces state of “economic emergency” in France, promises small salary increases (VIDEO)

As France still struggles to get a grip on the massive protests that have been raging through the country for weeks, President Emmanuel Macron has admitted that the country is in a state of “economic emergency.”

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The U.S. Plans to Stop Releasing its Most Detailed Census Data

The U.S. Census announced this week that, because of privacy concerns, this microdata will no longer be made widely available.

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Nuns misappropriated $500K in school funds, spending some on gambling: Church

Two nuns at a Catholic church in Southern California are suspected of embezzling up to $500,000 in school funds, allegedly using some of the money to go on trips and gamble at casinos, a spokesperson for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles told ABC News.

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Whitey Bulger's Lawyer Sues Federal Government For Wrongful Death, Negligence In Gangster's Killing

Since the former Boston mafia kingpin was brutally murdered inside his cell less than 48 hours after arriving at a new maximum security prison in West Virginia, Whitey Bulger and the circumstances that left him vulnerable to such a brutal assault have led to suspicions that his murder might have been unofficially sanctioned by the bureau of prisons and - maybe - the FBI itself.

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Huawei CFO's Lawyers Cite $12 Million Home, Cancer Complications As Conditions For Bail

Senior Communist Party officials let their frustration over the arrest and likely extradition of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou be known over the weekend during meetings with the American and Canadian ambassadors to Beijing where they threatened "severe consequences" if Meng isn't released. But these threats haven't blunted the Canadian government's determination to prosecute Meng for fraud. And with the bail hearing for the executive and daughter of one of China's most revered entrepreneurs set to begin a second day of proceedings on Monday, Bloomberg has published the most detailed report describing the defense presented by Meng's lawyers.

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One trillion dollars are paid in bribes annually, while another 2.6 trillion are stolen; all due to corruption — UN

Secretary-General António Guterres deemed corruption “an assault on the values of the United Nations,” in a message on International Anti-Corruption Day, which is marked each 9 December.He said that "it robs societies of schools, hospitals and other vital services, drives away foreign investment and strips nations of their natural resources,” he said.One trillion dollars are paid in bribes annually, while another 2.6 trillion are stolen; all due to corruption.

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Free Gas Over Yemen's Skies: Saudi Jets Refueled By American Taxpayers Due To "Accounting Errors"

The White House wants to stay the course in Yemen even as the Senate is set to push back against US military support to the Saudi-led bombing campaign. But now a bombshell report reveals the Pentagon has been fueling Saudi and UAE jets free of charge due to "errors in accounting where DoD failed to charge" according to US defense officials.

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60,000 Liters of Oil Spills From Pipeline Into Brazilian Bay

About 60,000 liters (15,850 gallons) of oil spilled from a pipeline into the Estrela River and spread to Rio de Janeiro's famed Guanabara Bay over the weekend, according to Reuters and local reports.The pipeline is owned by Transpetro, the largest oil and gas transportation company in Brazil, and a subsidiary of Petroleo Brasileiro (commonly known as Petrobras). Transpetro claims the leak resulted from an attempted robbery.

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Clearing the Air Around Facial Recognition in Travel

By now it’s impossible to ignore the way that biometrics are cropping up in airports across the country. The Homeland Security Department’s Customs and Border Protection agency is enabling the use of facial recognition, which in turn is encouraging all manner of innovative pilots with several major airlines and airports for scenarios ranging from bag check to boarding. At a baseline, biometrics hold significant promise to enhance security, speed up and smooth out friction in the air travel experience.

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Chinese police close 1,100 social media accounts over online trolling

China’s Ministry of Public Security said on Saturday it has closed 31 websites and 1,100 social media accounts suspected of engaging in trolling activities or posting messages for extortion since the start of this year.

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Google Approves App For Muslims To Report People Who Commit Blasphemy

A new Android app has launched with the focus of allowing Muslims to report individuals who commit blasphemy, or insult Islam.

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AIPAC Affiliated Group Targets 'Pacific Progressive Leaders' for Israel Propaganda Trips

An Israel lobby organization is taking “Pacific Northwest Progressive Leaders” to Israel this week on an all-expense-paid propaganda trip to Israel. Another group just returned on December 2nd from a similar trip, officially billed as an “Educational Seminar in Israel for Southern Pacific Progressive Leaders.” No one will divulge the rosters.

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Break-in reported at detained Huawei executive’s house as she fears for her health in jail

Police have responded to a break-in at the Vancouver house said to belong to the husband of Meng Wanzhou, the detained Huawei CFO who says she is suffering from health problems in Canadian jail.

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MKUltra Docs: The CIA Made Remote-Controlled Dogs With Brain Surgery

The Central Intelligence Agency made six remote-controlled dogs as a part of their MKULTRA “behavior modification” or mind control program.  Using brain surgery, newly requested documents show that the dogs were “field operational” and controlled by human beings.

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