Yes, There’s a War On the Press But Not on Billion Dollar Corporate “News” like CNN – YouTube

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‘Fake’ Saudi Prince Busted After Being Caught Eating Pork

A confidence man who defrauded victims of millions of dollars while posing as a Saudi Prince was exposed after a Miami hotelier witnessed the imposter royal – supposedly a devout Muslim – eating pork during their meetings, according to RT. The man was, in fact,…

Afghanistan’s Ceasefires Expire; Attacks on Civilians Resume

Expand Afghan Sikh men carry the coffin of one of the victims of yesterday’s blast in Jalalabad city, Afghanistan July 2, 2018. © 2018 Reuters The two headlines could not have been more jarring. “Civilian casualties drop by half for the month of June,” the…

Iran To Bring International Lawsuit Against “ISIS Founder” America Based On Trump Statements

After a US federal judge in New York ordered Iran to pay billions of dollars to the families of victims of the September 11 terror attacks earlier this month in a largely symbolic default judgement, Iran is reportedly prepping to sue Washington for terror attacks…

Afghanistan: Insurgent Attacks on Civilians Escalate

Increased insurgent attacks on civilians in Afghanistan have left victims’ families and survivors in dire need of financial, medical, and psychosocial support. The Afghan government should ensure programs to assist victims of attacks by the Taliban and Islamic State-linked armed groups reach those in need….

Pain Deepens for Afghanistan’s Media

Expand Policemen help Afghan journalists, victims of a second blast, in Kabul, Afghanistan April 30, 2018. © 2018 Reuters Two years ago, Shah Marai, a photographer for Agence France Presse, described the pain of living in Kabul, Afghanistan’s capital, with little hope for a better…