The US seized a North Korean ship and moved it thousands of miles to check whether it’s being used to violate sanctions

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An undated photo from the US Department of Justice shows “Wise Honest,” a North Korean cargo ship, that the US has now seized. Department of Justice via AP The US has sailed a North Korean cargo ship thousands of miles … Read More

Migrants in detention centres in Hungary ‘deliberately deprived of food’

Ravina Shamdasani, spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has issued the following statement on the treatment of migrants in detention centres in Hungary. We are alarmed by reports that migrants in detention centres in Hungary have been … Read More

10 million North Koreans face food shortage after worst harvest, says United Nations

The UN found North Korean protein intake to be very low, with some families consuming protein only a few times a year A department store in Pyongyang. Photo: AP North Korea has cut food rations to 300 grammes a day … Read More

Iranian foreign minister: John Bolton, Israel, Saudi Arabia, UAE want to ‘Lure President Trump into confrontation’ with Iran

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Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif alleged Sunday that National Security Adviser John Bolton, Israel, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates intend to push President Donald Trump into conflict with Iran. Zarif appeared for a pre-recorded interview on Fox News Sunday with host Chris … Read More

UN Official: We Should Make Every Effort To Depopulate The Planet

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Christiana Figueres, the Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, recently stated in an interview that the Earth is already over burdened with people and that we should look at depopulating the planet. “There is pressure … Read More

Mozambique Just Got Hit by Another Massive Cyclone

Cyclone Kenneth had winds equivalent to a Category 4 hurricane. Another strong cyclone hit Mozambique Thursday evening. It’s the second cyclone to rip through the area in less than two months. And according to the U.N., it’s the first time … Read More

Cyclone Idai Death Toll Now Above 1,000 As Thousands Of Cholera Cases Are Reported

More than 600 are dead in Mozambique alone. An aerial view taken in Beira, Mozambique, on April 1, 2019 shows the Picoco refugee camp where 2,000 displaced people are looking for shelter. HARARE, Zimbabwe — The death toll from the … Read More

U.S. ready to take on Russia, China, Iran and other ‘foreign powers’ in Venezuela, John Bolton Says

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President Donald Trump’s national security adviser John Bolton has warned nations seen as obstacles to U.S. plans for Latin America that they must leave Venezuela and stop defending the socialist government opposed by the Trump administration. Venezuela’s economic crisis boiled … Read More

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 5 April 2019

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Greetings from Tyler, Now that the fervent hope of the news panels has collapsed, (whether they accept it or not) we’re being treated to full-throated panic about “global warming.”  Regardless of how ridiculous are the claims, the alarmists are back … Read More

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