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US strengthened sanctions against Venezuela

The sanctions list includes three individuals and 16 companies The United States included three individuals and 16 companies in the sanctions list for Venezuela for involvement in corruption schemes in the distribution of food. This is stated in a document published on Tuesday by the United States Treasury Department for Foreign Assets Control. “The Office imposes sanctions on three individuals and 16 companies for liaison (with Colombian citizen) Alex Nain Saab Moran and his business partner Alvaro Enrique Pulido Vargas, who helped former President Nicolas Maduro (the US no longer considers him a legitimate head of state) and its criminal

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Permanent Record by Edward Snowden #1 best-selling book in the world

The lawsuit filed by the US Department of Justice claims that the former CIA and NSA officer violated the non-disclosure agreements he signed while working in the US intelligence agencies. Former CIA and National Security Agency (NSA) employee Edward Snowden said that just a few hours after the US authorities sued him for publishing Permanent Record memoirs (“A Personal File”) that allegedly violate non-disclosure agreements, signed by him while working in the United States intelligence agencies, his book has become the best-selling book in the world. Hours after the United States government filed a lawsuit seeking to punish the publication

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U.S. will test Advanced Missile Defense Interceptor to destroy ICBMs in 2020

The Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency successfully tested the upgraded SM-3 Block IIA in December 2018. The United States will test the upgraded SM-3 Block IIA missile defense system, which will use an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) as its target. This was announced on Tuesday by US Under Secretary of Defense for Political Affairs John Rood, speaking at an event in Washington on missile defense. “We are planning to test the SM-3 Block IIA capability against ICBM-class target next year,” he said. The Missile Defense Agency (MDA), which is part of the Pentagon, successfully tested the upgraded SM-3 Block IIA in

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US are actively preparing for a nuclear war with Russia

Are the United States ready to use nuclear weapons against Russia? The nuclear apocalypse has clearly become closer… Written by Vladimir Kozin Seven factors leading to nuclear war Over the past ten years, the possibilities of unleashing a limited and even global nuclear war have increased dramatically. Many state and public figures, experts are focusing their attention on this problem. The risk of nuclear war has culminated after the end of World War II, director of the Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) Renata Dwan said in May this year. This is a fair judgment. The nuclear apocalypse has clearly become

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Living in Los Angeles is getting worse and worse

Recently President Trump launched a new offensive against progressives while drawing attention to the decrepit LA city. Forget about Baltimore. If Baltimore was a toilet Los Angeles would be a 500-acre landfill. LA can truly claim to the accolade of being a king of the worst cities. There are now an estimated 60,000 homeless people living on the streets of LA. That’s a 75% rise in homelessness since 2012. A tremendous increase in trash and tents in a period of little over two years. What’s the mayor solution? To paint murals of homeless people because painting a mural of people

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Incredible publicity stunt by Tulsi Gabbard who is taking two weeks leave from her campaign to serve America

Hawaii Democrat Tulsi Gabbard is taking two weeks leave from her campaign to serve America. She will be taking two weeks leave from the presidential campaign to report for active duty as she serves with the Hawaii Army National Guard shall be leaving for two weeks to do a joint training exercise mission in Indonesia saying she’s not worried about how it will affect her presidential campaign and she’s looking forward to serving her country. It’s according to CBS news. It’s just hilarious! Let’s watch:

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Guards sleeping while Epstein was taking his own life

Some damning new details today on security at the jail where Jeffrey Epstein was found dead. A New York Times report provides an explanation of how the high-profile inmate was apparently able to take his own life while he was in custody. New York Times is citing several unnamed law enforcement and prison officials who are saying that the two people guarding Epstein’s unit fell asleep the night that Epstein apparently took his own life and that they didn’t check on him for 3 hours when they were actually supposed to be doing this checks every 30 minutes. The Times

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