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Pompeo: Chinese threat could be worse than a ‘Cold War 2.0’

As he noted that Russia continues to “undermine” Czecheke’s democracy and security, with disinformation campaigns and cyberattacks, Pompeo asserted that “China’s control campaigns” were a greater risk. “Only in your country do we see influential campaigns against politicians and security forces, the theft of industrial data and the use of economic leverage to block freedom itself,” he said. As an …

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Clash between Ben & Jerry’s UK government over migrant treatment heats up

The clash between Ben and Jerry and the British government is heating up after the ice cream maker hinted at a tweet that Parliament showed an “inhumanity” to asylum seekers. Tensions rose Tuesday between the Vermont-based company and the government when Ben and Jerry tweeted Britain’s Home Secretary, Home Secretary Patel Patel, who vowed to stop a record number of …

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The congressman accuses a State Department official of lying about arms sales

During a hearing last June, Levin asked R. Clarke Cooper, the assistant secretary of state for politico-military affairs, if an emergency arose seeking arms sales between May 20 and 21, when Pompeo informed lawmakers in a classified setting, and May 24, when the department declared urgency. Cooper responded positively. However, an inactivated version of IG’s transfer report indicates that Pompeo …

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Facebook protests posted as offensive to Muslims leave three dead in India

Three people have been killed and dozens injured, including police, after violent protests erupted outside a police station in Bengaluru, India. Anger was ignited by a provocateur – who is linked to a local politician – accused of posting derogatory content about the Prophet Muhammad on Facebook, police said on Wednesday. India to ban over 100 military equipment imports to …

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Black people more likely to be arrested, charged and killed by Toronto police, new report reveals

According to the report, Black Canadians accounted for 32% of all charges analyzed between 2013 and 2017, which included non-compliance, cannabis possession, criminal offenses and some management offenses – insults that the research team chose to focus on because they usually are raised at the discretion of an officer. And, although they make up less than a tenth of Toronto’s …

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BREAKING: Raw aerial view of train crash in Aberdeenshire – Sky News

BREAKING: Raw aerial view of train crash at Aberdeenshire Sky News Stonehaven tragedy shows rail industry needs to adapt to The Guardian climate crisis Three killed in passenger train crash after storms in north-east Scotland CNN Train stop in Stonehaven: Boris Johnson says ‘it can’t happen again’ after three dead after Scottish horror crash Emergency services were called to the …

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