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Americans to Visit Chukotka in Effort to Reunite Arctic Island Families

A group of Americans will travel to Russia’s Chukotka in June in an attempt to reunite families separated during the Cold War on both sides of the Bering Strait, President of Anchorage-based company Circumpolar Expeditions (CPE) told Sputnik.

The Supreme Court is Considering a Case on How a Bankrupt Trump Casino Screwed Workers

At its weekly conference today, the US Supreme Court will consider whether to hear a case that involves the latest installment in the story of Donald Trump's failed Atlantic City casino empire and the efforts of hotel workers to recover...Show More Summary

Search Narrows for EgyptAir Flight 804 as ‘Signals’ Emit From the Sea

Boeing has reportedly received signals from the emergency locator transmitter, providing hope to search officials hoping to solve the mystery of the ill-fated flight.

Ken Starr Demoted as President of Baylor for 'Fundamental Failure' to Appropriately Investigate Sexual Assaults

Weird, considering he once led an entire investigation into one president's alleged assaults. Kenneth Starr, the independent counsel who led the investigation into President Bill Clinton’s sexual trysts in 1998, is officially out asShow More Summary

Syrian Democratic Forces Free Three Villages From Daesh Near Raqqa

The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have freed three villages near Raqqa from the Daesh as part of an operation to retake the city, US Department of Defense spokesperson Peter Cook said in a briefing on Thursday.

Donald Trump Says He'll Debate Bernie Sanders for "Women's Health Issues"

Ever on a magnanimous streak, Donald Trump told reporters on Thursday afternoon that he "would love to debate" Bernie Sanders, but would only do so if the televised broadcast could raise $10 to $15 million for a charity. The GOP presumptive...Show More Summary

US Officials Visited Armenia on Monday to Discuss Military Cooperation

Representatives of the US armed forces visited Armenia on Monday to discuss enhancing military cooperation between the two countries, US Department of Defense spokesperson Peter Cook said in a briefing on Thursday.

Beijing Tells America to Leave South China Sea After Intercepting Spy Plane

Military tensions heightened between China and the United States as the Obama Administration looks to clamp down on Beijing’s influence along the Pacific Rim.

Feeling the Burn? Hillary Clinton Model Is Also Portland’s Mr. Syphilis

The hilarious discovery that the model used in Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s new ad is also the spokesman for syphilis prevention in Portland has taken Reddit by storm.

Badal Prachanda reunion: a new dimension of neo-revisionist polarization

Basanta Secretariat Member CPN (Revolutionary Maoist) Abstract: On May 19, 2016, a notable political event occurred in the Communist Movement of Nepal. Under the leadership of Ram Bahadur Thapa ‘Badal’, a group of Central Committee Members of the Communist Party … Continue reading ?

May 21, Almata: Mass Arrests at a Rally against the Sale of Land

During a peaceful rally in Almata, on May 21, illegal arrests and attempts to arrest various social activists as they were exiting their homes were observed. Journalists were also being detained at their workplace. The events showed that all of … Continue reading ?

Press Statement: Bastar and the Bogey of Anti-Nationalisms-WSS

Statement of WSS in response to the attacks on an independent study team in Bastar and local villagers helping them, and a solidarity event in Kolkata WSS (Women against Sexual Repression and State Violence) strongly condemns two recent incidents of … Continue reading ?

Done Deal: Donald Trump Officially Reaches Threshold to Be GOP Nominee

It’s official: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has acquired the number of delegates necessary to clinch his party’s nomination for the general election in November.

Attack of the Killer Wasps: US to Unleash Millions of Winged Soldiers

The US Department of Agriculture has approved the release of millions of wasps across more than two dozen states, as part of an environmental preservation strategy.

UN Chief Hopes Savchenko Prisoner Swap Aids Peace in Eastern Ukraine

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is particularly encouraged at the dialogue in regard of a prisoner exchange between Kiev and Moscow and hopes this development will contribute to achieving a peaceful resolution to the conflict in eastern Ukraine, according to Ban Ki-moon's deputy spokesman Farhan Haq.

XXX-Rated Sabotage: Porn Movie Gets Public Showing

The visitors of an open air movie theater in Argentina were treated to an explicit pornographic movie instead of a family comedy.

Turkey's Approach of Cherry-Picking Migrants Unlikely to Last Long

Wolfgang Gehrcke, member of the German parliament’s foreign affairs committee and deputy chairman of the parliamentary group Die Linke said that Turkey has a very strong interest in keeping well-educated refugees in Turkey.

'Worst Refugee Shipwreck': Turkey Deal Forces Migrants on Deadliest Route

Sea-Watch, a private organization helping refugees who try to cross the Mediterranean Sea, reports possibly one of the worst shipwrecks involving migrants that occurred on May 26.

This Chinese Laundry Detergent Commercial Is Going Viral for All the Wrong Reasons

It's no secret that one part of Asian beauty standards involves valuing, even coveting, light skin—a look that's promised by countless products pledging to brighten one's pigmentation. The combination of existing biases and commercial...Show More Summary

'Risks of a US-China Conflagration in the Pacific are Quite High'

Commenting on growing US-Chinese tensions in the South China Sea region, and Beijing's announcement that it would deploy nuclear-armed subs to the Pacific in response to US missile defenses in South Korea, University of Maryland professor John Short warned that the risks of a military confrontation between the two powers are 'quite high'.

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