January 20, 2021

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Baltimore has higher murder rate higher than Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala
The murder rate in Baltimore is 56 per 100,000 residents. That is more than the murder rates in the Northern Triangle countries of Central America — El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras — an analysis said. Read More.
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‘South Korea is in danger’: Korean War veterans issue international appeal
“A flower of democracy in South Korea is about to fall,” warned a group of more than 850 retired South Korean military officials in an open letter. Read More.
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President Trump makes an issue of living conditions in Democrat-run cities
President Donald Trump is not backing down but amplifying his criticism of Democrats for allowing great U.S. cities such as Baltimore to decay into “rat-infested” messes. Read More.
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Millions have fled Marxist-torn Venezuela, according to UN reports
In a stunningly stark report on the political and economic conditions in Venezuela, the UN’s Human Rights chief Michelle Bachelet, outlined a troubling litany of continuing human rights abuses, extrajudicial killings, and economic privations characterizing the besieged Latin American country. Read More.
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Trump plans executive order on 2020 Census citizenship question
President Donald Trump planned on July 11 to announce he would sign an executive order to ensure that a citizenship question is included in the 2020 Census. Read More.
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British Journalists Requests Asylum After Being Politically Detained
Tommy Robinson, a journalist who has been punished in the past for shedding light on mostly-Muslim grooming gangs accused of abusing hundreds of women and young girls in the UK, has been jailed for nine months for contempt of court. Read More.
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British Journalist Requests Asylum to America After Becoming a Political Prisoner
Tommy Robinson, a journalist who has been punished in the past for shedding light on mostly-Muslim grooming gangs accused of abusing hundreds of women and young girls in the UK, has been jailed for nine months for contempt of court. Read More.
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British warship trained its guns at Iran ships blocking tanker
The British warship HMS Montrose on July 10 had its guns targeted on Iranian ships which UK authorities say were impeding a British oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz. Read More.
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Politically correct U.S. women’s team ‘excluded’ Christian star
Activism among players on the U.S. women’s World Cup championship team is well established. Team captain Megan Rapinoe, who calls herself a “walking protest” against the Trump administration, accused President Donald Trump of “excluding people” in a July 9 interview on CNN. Read More.
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Making Italy great again: Officials crack down on immigrants
After the Obama administration bombed Libya into a civil war, migrants from there have flooded into Europe. As the maritime neighbor to Libya, Italy has been hit hardest by the wanderers. Read More.
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Scheme to eliminate Electoral College now has 15 states on board
Nevada has become the latest state to sign onto a plan that would give the state’s Electoral College votes to the winner of the national popular vote regardless of how the state’s own citizens vote. Read More.
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Poll shows 62 percent support investigating Russia probe; Obama intel chiefs in panic mode
President Donald Trump on May 23 directed the heads of the CIA, FBI, State Department and other agencies to cooperate with Attorney General William Barr as he investigates the origins of the Russia investigation. Read More.
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Iran’s early 2019 strategic preparations led to a crisis with the United States
In late April, Iranian military delegations led by senior commanders traveled overseas. Navy Commander Rear-Adm. Hossein Khanzadi led a delegation to Beijing, and Iranian Defense Minister Brig.-Gen. Amir Hatami to Moscow. Read More.
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Online petition in South Korea presents bill of impeachment for President Moon Jae-In
A petition on the South Korean Blue House Petition website which calls for the impeachment of liberal President Moon Jae-In has amassed 243,450 signatures, a report said. Read More.

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