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Corpses of More Victims of Satanic US, ISIL Attacks Discovered in Raqqa

“The dead bodies of at least 21 civilians, including children and women, massacred by the ISIL were retrieved from Fakhikheh mass grave South of Raqqa City,” media activists said. They also said that the Syrian Army troops also discovered the corpses of seven Syrian citizens, including children, who had been killed in the US airstrikes on Raqqa from the districts…

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Iranian Parliament Asks UN Chief to Stop US Relocation of Terrorists from Syria to Afghanistan

“Based on real and impartial information, the US administration and certain governments in Western Asia, which have traditional relations with Salafi terrorism, are transferring the terrorists and specially their defeated leaders from Syria and Iraq to Afghanistan,” Chairman of the Iranian parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh wrote in a letter to Guterres on Tuesday. Falahatpisheh explained…

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Boeing crisis grows as EU and Canada step up scrutiny of 737 MAX

  The announcements further complicate Boeing’s plan to get the aircraft flying worldwide after they were grounded in the wake of crashes that killed 346 people in Ethiopia and Indonesia in the past five months. The European Union’s Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) announced Tuesday that it will not allow any Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to fly in their airspace until…

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Losses from historic US Midwest flooding passes $1 billion

  The flooding across a predominantly rural part of the country was caused by a big storm last week and rapid snow melt that swelled streams and rivers in large swaths of the middle of the United States, and sent gushing water over levees. Hundreds of homes and businesses were inundated, roadways damaged, and bridges washed away in several states,…

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Great satan US desperately renews waiver for Iraq to continue Iran trade

  The State Department issued the waiver after the original exemption granted in December 2017 expired on March 19. “While this waiver is intended to help Iraq mitigate energy shortages, we continue to discuss our Iran-related sanctions with our partners in Iraq,” a State Department official was quoted as saying. The waiver will allow Iraq to continue buying gas and…

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US-Zionist puppet Guaido-led opposition occupies Venezuelan diplomatic properties in US

  Guaido’s US envoy Carlos Vecchio announced the move from the office of Venezuela’s military attaché in Washington, one of the buildings occupied on Monday. “We are taking these steps in order to preserve the assets of the Venezuelans here in this country,” Vecchio said after replacing Maduro’s portrait with an image of Guaido. The other two occupied buildings include…

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Austria president: Europe must not dance to Trump’s tune on Iran

  In an interview with the German newspaper Die Welt on Monday, Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen urged Europe to act independently of the United States regarding its policy towards Iran, among other issues. He also complained that Trump’s pressure on European firms to cut trade with Iran has gone “too far.” Trump “has pulled out from Iran’s nuclear deal, which Washington had negotiated and…

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Prominent economic adviser to Obama, Clinton commits suicide

  The statement did not elaborate about the circumstances of Krueger’s death, nor did the university when confirming it earlier in the day. Krueger served in the last two Democratic administrations – as chief economist for the U.S. Department of Labor during the Clinton era and as chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers for Obama. “It is…

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Boeing faces growing pressure over Ethiopian crash probe

US plane maker Boeing, the world’s largest aviation company, is facing escalating pressure after Ethiopia said flight recorded data showed “clear similarities” between last week’s Ethiopian Airlines crash and that of Indonesia’s Lion Air five months earlier. The Ethiopian Airlines crash on March 10 killed 157 people, leading to the grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX fleet worldwide and sharpening focus…

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More Civilians Killed in Satanic US Airstrikes on Deir Ezzur

The US-led coalition fighter jets conducted attacks on al-Baghouz Camp in Southeastern Deir Ezzur along the border with Iraq, killing over 10 women and children as well as injuring many others, local sources said. The sources pointed to the large-scale damage caused on al-Baghouz region, and said that the death toll will probably increase as the condition of the injured…

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