Monthly Archives: November 2020

UK Military Base Sites Overseas, 2020

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Dark Web Kidnapping: 7-Year-Old Russian Boy Rescued After 52 Days

The Interpol had tipped off the Russian cops that a website on the dark web had revealed that the boy was with his abductor approximately 14 miles away from his home. He had gone missing in late September this year. Continue reading

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Money, Money, Money…….

President (Donald Trump) — $400,000
Holding the nation’s highest office comes with some nice financial perks, the most obvious of which is a $400,000 annual salary. Along with that tidy sum, the president also gets a $50,000 expense allowance each year, a $100,000 travel account and $19,000 for entertainment, according to CNBC. Every president since 2001, when George W. Bush took office, has earned this amount.
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ANONYMOUS AMERICA LATINA

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A hidden world, growing beyond control

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Syria Regime Change is Necessary To Complete The Plans For The Qatari Oil Pipeline

Escalation in Syria
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The Intelligence Organization of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC)

The IRGC’s Intelligence Organization, in its current form, was established in 2009. The Organization’s origin is in the Intelligence Unit of the IRGC, established shortly after the Islamic Revolution (1979). The Unit underwent several organizational and structural changes, culminating in the establishment of the Intelligence Organization. Since the late 1980s, and even more so in the late 1990s and in the first decade of the 21st century, the intelligence organ of the IRGC has gained power at the expense of the Ministry of Intelligence. Continue reading

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Act now for children: How a global pandemic is changing the lives of children in Middle East and Eastern Europe region

New research explores the stress children in World Vision programmes in the Middle East and Eastern Europe region are under due to COVID-19. In addition to their fear that they themselves or their loved ones will catch the disease, Continue reading

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THE COLLAPSE OF NORTH KOREA: A PROSPECT TO CELEBRATE OR FEAR?

The Korean situation changed significantly with the 1991 collapse of communism in general and the Soviet Union in particular. Except for brief and halting attempts in the 1970s, the DPRK had never sought to integrate itself into the larger international community. North Korea was satisfied with its position within the communist community, where it could successfully play the Soviets against the Chinese. In this game, the Soviets and the Chinese provided the DPRK with political and military protection and, more importantly, they sustained economic support at no cost to the North Koreans. By the latter half of the 1980s, however, this DPRK advantage began to decline as the Sino–Soviet competition dissipated and neither communist giant needed to maintain North Korea as a pawn in their rivalry. Continue reading

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