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Voting for Clinton means voting for Israel: Analyst

International lawyer Barry Grossman believes that voting for presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton means voting for “the Israeli hard right and the US war machine.” Grossman made the remarks in an interview with Press TV on Tuesday when asked about Clinton’s letter to Democratic donor Haim Saban and Jewish organization leaders. ...

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Guatemalans protesters call for resignation of corruption-plagued president

Thousands of Guatemalans have taken to the streets of the capital to protest against corruption in the government, calling for the resignation of President Otto Perez Molina. On Saturday night, some 5,000 protesters marched in downtown Guatemala City, demanding the resignation of the country’s corruption-plagued president. The demonstrators, who were marching from ...

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2 people shot dead, 1 wounded in Northern California

A man with a rifle killed two people outside a store in the US state of California and a stray bullet wounded a customer, authorities say. John Noonkester, 32, was arrested on Thursday in the gated community of Lake California, 130 miles (210 km) north of Sacramento, the Tehama County ...

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Michael McCaul warns of terror attacks during July 4 events

House Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul says Americans must remain alert to possible terrorist attacks during Independence Day celebrations next weekend. The Texas Republican said there has been an uptick in “chatter” on social media indicating that terrorists might be planning a strike over the July 4 holiday. “It is concerning,” ...

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US, China trade barbs over rights violations

WASHINGTON: The latest US human rights report, which underlined widespread abuses in China, has led to a counter-report from Beijing, which points out similar violations in America. On Thursday, the US State Department released its annual report on human rights, claiming that “repression and coercion were routine,” in China particularly ...

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Obama seen as lame duck president: Political analyst

Political divisions are growing among US officials as President Barack Obama approaches the end of his tenure and is seen as having less influence with other politicians, a political analyst in Berkeley says. “People are considering Obama at this point to be a lame duck [president],” said Conn Hallinan, a ...

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US spends top dollar on Syria militants: Pundit

Press TV has conducted an interview with Seif Da’na, a professor at the University of Wisconsin from Chicago, for his insights into the US aid for militants in Syria. The following is a rough transcription of the interview. Press TV: What exactly does that mean? How can the United States actually differentiate as ...

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