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Pepe Escobar: Why Jihadism Won’t Be Allowed To Die

September 5, 2017 Tyler Durden 0

Authored by Pepe Escobar via SputnikNews.com,
A serious working hypothesis is being discussed for a while now among independent geopolitical analysts. Here it is, in a nutshell.

Daesh may be dying – but the world is still encumbered with&nb…

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Tunisia: Essebsi and Ghannouchi discuss economic conditions and preparations for municipal elections

September 4, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

Talks held on Monday between Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi and the president of Ennahdha Movement, Sheikh Rached Ghannouchi focused on economic situation and preparations for the municipal elections. Sheikh Rached Ghannouchi said in a statements after the meeting that his discussions with President Essebsi dealt with the general situation in the country, especially the economic situation and the importance of consensus among the various political parties on ways to achieve the desired economic recovery. The meeting also touched upon the upcoming municipal elections, where President Beji Caid Essebsi reiterated demand that the vote should take place immediately after resolving problems with the “Independent High Electoral Commission”. Read More: Opposition parties in Tunisia demand elections are postponed Ghannouchi also said that […]

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Sources: Algeria Is Pushing New Military Reinforcements towards the Algerian-Libyan Borders

September 4, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

Informed Algerian sources revealed that the leadership of The Algerian People’s National Armed Forces has moved 3000 soldiers and armoured vehicles to the Algerian-Libyan Borders and decided to deploy equipment to monitor the border in order to prevent terrorists’ sneaking into the country from Libya. Al-Bilad military newspaper, which published the news in its Monday edition, explained that the army leadership has intensifying security, monitoring and guarding patrols, and doubling checkpoints on the borders, as well as intensifying air power. Read More: Interior minister: Algeria facing security threats According to informed sources, army staff have started working on a new security plan to intensify surveillance on the Algerian-Libyan border during the last few hours. According to the same newspaper, the plan includes […]

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It Wasn’t Comey’s Decision To Exonerate Hillary – It Was Obama’s

September 4, 2017 Tyler Durden 0

Authored by Andrew McCarthy via NationalReview.com,
The thing to understand, what has always been the most important thing to understand, is that Jim Comey was out in front, but he was not calling the shots.

On the right, the commentariat is in full-t…

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This Silent Public-Health Crisis Costs The US $150 Billion A Year

September 4, 2017 Tyler Durden 0

The opioid epidemic isn’t the only public-health crisis costing the economy hundreds of billions of dollars. According to the Trust for America’s Health’s annual “State of Obesity” report, nearly 40% of American adults are…

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Morocco: detained leaders of Hirak Rif say they are ready to negotiate

September 4, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

The detained leaders of Hirak Rif said they are ready for “negotiations that would preserve the country’s public interest and help resolve the issue in a constructive way.” This was expressed in a statement issued, Monday, by members of Morocco’s Civil Action of Hirak Rif, a non-governmental committee, who have recently visited Hirak Rif’s activists in Casablanca Prison, according to Civil Action’s statement of which Anadolu News Agency has received a copy. The statement said that “during more than three hours the delegation met two groups of activists who have been detained in relation to protest movements.” Read More: Morocco slams prominent francophone magazine for “defamatory cover page” The statement continued, “The delegation realized that everyone, without exception, is ready to […]

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Canadians Are Borrowing Against Real Estate At The Fastest Pace Ever

September 4, 2017 Tyler Durden 0

Authored by Daniel Wong via BetterDwelling.com,
Canadian real estate prices have soared, and so did borrowing against that value.
Our analysis of domestic bank filings from the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) shows that l…

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