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Deutsche Bank Reportedly To Slash US Business

Germany’s biggest bank, Deutsche Bank, wants to cut back its US operations and ax another 10,000 jobs as it tries to overhaul costs for...

Thousands March In Protest Against Same Sex Marriage In Paris

Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Paris to protest against same sex marriage, which was legalized in France in 2013. The protest...

Russia Plans To Turn Cell Phone Towers Into Cruise Missile Jammers

Here’s a nightmare scenario that keeps Russian generals up at night: American submarines and aircraft launching precision-guided cruise missiles by the hundreds. Within minutes,...

Russia Building Fallout Shelters To Prepare For A Potential Nuclear Strike

Managers of the Zenit Arena, a giant half-built stadium in St. Petersburg, received an official letter from the Ministry of Emergency Situations last week...

Powerful 6.9-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off Papua New Guinea

A strong 6.9-magnitude earthquake struck off Papua New Guinea on Monday, officials said, but no Pacific-wide tsunami warning was issued with little damage expected...

Assange’s Internet Link Intentionally Severed By State Party

WikiLeaks has activated “contingency plans” after its co-founder’s internet service was intentionally cut off by a state actor, the media organization said in a...

Iraq Begins Military Offensive To Retake Mosul From ISIS

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced late Sunday the start of a military offensive to retake Mosul, the country’s second largest city, from the...

Swedish Court Allows The Flying Of ISIS Flag

A Swedish court has dismissed a case against a Muslim man accused of inciting racial hatred for flying an Islamic State flag because it...

Britain And U.S. Consider More Sanctions Against Assad Supporters

Britain and the United States said on Sunday they were considering imposing additional sanctions on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his supporters for their...

Vietnam floods kill 25 as new typhoon approaches

Severe flooding in central Vietnam has killed at least 25 people and destroyed thousands of homes, officials said Monday, as the country braced for...
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