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Liverpool understudies eye Euro spotlight

LIVERPOOL (AFP) – Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen is desperate for another chance to impress against Chelsea on Wednesday as the fight to feature in the Europa League final hots up. Allen has spent much of the season on the fringes of Jurgen Klopp s starting line-up, but the Wales international has ...

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Obama is part of psychopathic global agenda: Analyst

“Improved race relations” in the United States under President Barack Obama is a “distraction from the progression of the global psychopathic agenda,” according to an American writer and researcher who is based inWashington, DC. During his commencement speech at Howard University in Washington on Saturday, Obama said that, “race relations ...

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US envoy defies Myanmar over Rohingya issue

The new US ambassador to Myanmar has refused to abide by government demands to cease using the term Rohingya for the persecuted Muslim minority. Scot Marciel, who assumed the position in late April, said Tuesday that he intends to continue using the name despite requests by Aung San Suu Kyi, ...

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Clinton is out of touch with Americans, Palestinians: Lawyer

The US homeland is in ruins but, unlike Bernie Sanders and even Donald Trump, Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is almost entirely focused on corporate and Zionist foreign interests, says Barry Grossman, an international lawyer who has years-long interest in political affairs. While boycotting all of Israel is commendable, Grossman says ...

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Obama weighing removal of Vietnam arms embargo

US President Barack Obama is considering the removal of the decades-old American arms embargo against Vietnam, officials say, in a move that is likely to anger China. Officials within the Obama administration are weighing the full removal of the sanctions that were imposed against Vietnam in 1984, Reuters reported Tuesday, ...

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Khan ‘exception’ to Trump’s proposed Muslim ban

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says his proposed ban on Muslims from entering the United States might not apply to London’s newly-elected Muslim mayor, Sadiq Khan. “There will always be exceptions,” the Time quoted the real estate mogul as saying in response to a question about whether Khan was an exception ...

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Yemen launches retaliatory missile attack on Saudi Arabia

The Yemeni army and their allies have fired a ballistic missile at a Saudi military base in a “simple response” to Saudi airstrikes that continue despite a ceasefire. Yemen’s army spokesman Brigadier General Sharaf Luqman told the official Saba Net agency on Monday that the missile targeted a military base in the southwestern Saudi ...

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Turkey continues killing, beating Syrian refugees

Human Rights Watch says Turkish border guards are continuing to shoot and beat Syrian refugees trying to cross into Turkey, calling on the country to investigate abuses. Turkish border guards in March and April used excessive force against Syrians and a smuggler trying to reach Turkey, killing five people, including ...

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