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US police routinely gun down black people: Activist

In the United States, dozens of students have taken to the streets of the city of Seattle to demand justice for a pregnant black woman, who was shot dead by the police. Dakotah Lilly, a member of Students and Youth for a New America, believes unfortunately such incidents are no ...

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‘Unprecedented’ 81 million need food aid: Study

Prolonged conflicts and droughts have left an unprecedented 81 million people needing food aid in 2017, a specialist US-based agency said on Wednesday, revising up its earlier estimates. People in 45 countries are unable to feed themselves, said the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET), which issues alarms about ...

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Israeli forces shoot, kill Palestinian youth in occupied West Bank

Israeli military forces have shot dead a young Palestinian man in the occupied West Bank amid ongoing tensions between Israeli soldiers and Palestinian protesters in the occupied territories. Palestinian sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Israeli military forces shot dead the Palestinian at a checkpoint in al-Jab’a village, north of Jerusalem ...

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‘Iran missile strike on Daesh legitimate self-defense’

The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps’ ballistic missile strike at a Daesh-held Syrian town, which was conducted in retaliation for the recent twin terrorist attacks in Tehran, received massive media coverage around the world. The following is a synopsis of Press TV’s interview with ANSWER Coalition’s Richard Becker, and Michael Lane, ...

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Trump should veto new Russia sanctions: Analyst

US President Donald Trump should veto the new Congressional sanctions against Russia and prevent the lawmakers from creating a “boogeyman” out of Moscow, says an American analyst. Scott Bennett, a former US Army psychological warfare officer based in San Francisco, told Press TV on Sunday that the Trump administration had ...

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China won’t allow US to strangle Cuban economy: Pundit

The United States is attempting to strangle the Cuban economy, but China will not allow this to happen, says James Petras, an American writer and political commentator. Petras, a professor emeritus of sociology at Binghamton University in New York, and adjunct professor at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Canada, made ...

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