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Activists who blockaded UK arms fair acquitted

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More than 100 were arrested while protesting weapons sales to world’s worst rights abusers.

Source: Activists who blockaded UK arms fair acquitted

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Turkey bombs their clinics and villages, but Afrin still restists – Il manifesto global

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On Feb. 4, the slogan “Biji Berxwedana Efrîne”—Afrin Resistance, in Kurdish—rang out in the streets of the city of Afrin, in northwestern Syria. Filling up the main avenue of the … Continued

Source: Turkey bombs their clinics and villages, but Afrin still restists – Il manifesto global

Israel police recommend corruption charges for Netanyahu

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Israeli police recommended Tuesday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted for alleged corruption, shaking the country’s politics and raising questions over whether his long tenure in office could be nearing an end.

Source: Israel police recommend corruption charges for Netanyahu

Israel’s leaders and corruption allegations

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From Barak to Netanyahu, every prime minister since 1996 has been the subject of a corruption investigation.

Source: Israel’s leaders and corruption allegations

Turkey Not Receiving Enough NATO Support in Anti-Terror Fight – Defense Minister

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ANKARA (Sputnik) – Turkish Defense Minister Nurettin Canikli on Wednesday reiterated Turkey’s decisiveness in clearing out terrorists from Syria’s northwestern Afrin region.

Source: Turkey Not Receiving Enough NATO Support in Anti-Terror Fight – Defense Minister

Boycotting Israel Is the Right Thing to Do

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Tracking the consequences of Israel’s apparent conviction that it should never be bound by the rules and conventions that constrain the behavior of other countries sometimes leads one into dark places.

Source: Boycotting Israel Is the Right Thing to Do

Macron vows to bring back ‘compulsory’ national service for French youth — RT World News

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Two decades after France scrapped compulsory military service, President Emmanuel Macron has vowed to introduce “obligatory” national service for all young people. It could also be a “civic engagement,” Macron said.

Source: Macron vows to bring back ‘compulsory’ national service for French youth — RT World News