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EU to sanction Venezuela for torturing citizens

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The European Union is poised to draw up a fresh round of sanctions against the Venezuelan socialist regime, in response to evidence that its government is torturing political opponents. In a statement, EU foreign ...

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‘Hallelujah to the Lord,’ sing students to Chinese police

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An extradition bill that would have sent criminal suspects to communist China for prosecution seems to be dead for now, but Hong Kong’s students keep pushing back against the heavy-handed rule of ...

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Former Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood leader Morsi dies at trial

Egypt’s former president, Mohammed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood leader who vowed to remove all Jews from Israel and replace them with Palestinians, collapsed in court Monday during a trial and died. Morsi came ...

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30 years after Tiananmen, China still a world threat

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This week is the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre. The event capped weeks of protest in 1989 as Chinese students protested for democratic principles. Thousands were killed in a brutal, and ...

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Venezuelan military finally sides with pro-democracy leaders

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As millions began filling the streets Tuesday in the latest protest against the socialist dictator of the country, marchers saw something they did not expect. The Venezuelan military was siding with them ...

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Sudanese churches unite in call for democracy

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The call for democracy in Sudan is uniting churches across the nation as protests continue after a military coup ousted the abusive government. In a sign of  national unity among many faiths, on ...

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Historian explains why Founding Fathers set up the Electoral College

Presidential historian Doug Wead explained why the Founding Fathers created the Electoral College during a recent interview with “Fox & Friends.” “Balance. Checks and balance and to give everybody a vote,” he ...

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Constitution under siege: The Electoral College battle

“Every vote should count.” To many that sounds fair. It sounds right. But is it? “The Electoral College is wrong. The person who gets the most votes should be president.” Does that ...

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News show questions efforts to decide what is ‘real’ news

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If you have not had a chance to watch “Full Measure” with veteran reporter and host Sharyl Attkisson, you are missing some of the best investigative news on television. And the best ...

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Liberal states move to circumvent Constitution in next election

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Democrats across the country are pushing legislation to grant the presidency to the popular vote winner in a move that would undermine the Electoral College system as outlined in the Constitution. That ...

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China is fast losing the trade war

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NEWS ANALYSIS: Two years ago, Beijing was flying high. Well on its way to dominating the world. Or so it thought. Sure, the newly elected American president had talked tough on trade, ...

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Iranian regime hits back at new sanctions

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After new U.S. sanctions took effect last week, Iranian leaders are predicting they’ll fail. But while Islamic leaders often talk big, much of it is bluster and some outright fabrication. Iranian President ...

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Christians in Kurdistan hope democracy will prevail

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The Christian minority in Iraqi Kurdistan is hoping for its “real” representatives to be voted into the Kurdish regional parliament September 30, reports Kurdish news service Rudaw. The presidential and parliamentary elections ...

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New Iranian sanctions hit while Iranians march for freedom

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US sanctions are hitting Iran’s economy this week, putting new pressure on the Islamic regime. President Trump signed an executive order to reimpose them, saying on Tuesday morning they’re “the most biting ...

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Protests strand church groups in Haiti

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Volunteer groups from several U.S. states were stranded in Haiti over the weekend after violent protests over fuel prices canceled flights and made roads unsafe. Church groups in the Midwest, Florida, Georgia ...

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Iranians fill streets to protest Islamic regime

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As tens of thousands of Iranians take part a second day to protest against the Islamic regime, government officials sought to accuse the United States instead of Iran’s economic woes. In a ...

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