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Over 200 killed, hundreds injured in series of blasts at Sri Lankan hotels & churches

A series of eight explosions rocked Catholic churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka as Christians began Easter Sunday celebrations, with over 200 killed and hundreds injured, media reported, citing police.


Jewish effigy hanged and burned in ‘disturbing’ Easter ritual in Poland

A Jewish effigy has been hanged and burned as part of an Easter ritual in Poland, an incident condemned as “deeply disturbing” by the Jewish community.


Ukraine election: Comedian Zelensky wins presidency by landslide

Ukrainian comedian Volodymyr Zelensky has scored a landslide victory in the country's presidential election.With nearly all ballots counted in the run-off vote, Mr Zelensky had taken more than 73% with incumbent Petro Poroshenko trailing far behind on 24%.


Homeless activists outside Notre Dame demand “a roof too”

Dozens of public housing advocates protested outside the gutted Notre Dame in Paris Monday to demand that France’s poorest be remembered after donors pledged $1 billion to rebuild the cathedral and its destroyed roof.


Germany’s IT Security Act 2.0: Another step towards a police state

Just a few days after the publication of a draft for an “Intelligence Enabling Act,” the German interior minister Horst Seehofer has submitted proposals to the cabinet for a comprehensive extension and tightening up of the 2015 IT Security Act.


Tripoli forces push opponents back slightly south of Libyan capital-witnesses

Forces loyal to Libya’s internationally recognized government have pushed their eastern opponents back on parts of the frontline south of Tripoli, despite the attackers flying overnight air strikes on the capital, witnesses said on Sunday.


Turkish opposition leader attacked at soldier's funeral

The leader of Turkey’s main opposition party has been attacked at the funeral of a soldier killed in fighting against Kurdish militants. The Republican People’s party (CHP) leader, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, was taken to a nearby house by security forces for his protection, the state news agency Anadolu said.


Palestinian teenager shot by Israeli army ‘while blindfolded and handcuffed’ in West Bank

Officials said an investigation had been launched into the incident, which is believed to have taken place last week after a group of youths had thrown stones at troops.


Egyptians vote for second day in referendum on keeping Sisi in power

Egyptians voted on Sunday for a second day on whether to back constitutional amendments that could see President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi stay in power until 2030.


US offers $10 million reward in hunt for Hezbollah financiers

The US government is offering a bounty of up to $10 million for information about three alleged financiers of Hezbollah, a Lebanon-based organization that the US considers to be Iran-backed terrorists.



Can someone explain why the USA keeps wanting Haftar to be the guy in charge. The only reason that he wasn't with 2011 was because of Obama going with the EU.



The CIA saved his life from Chadian forces IIRC, and he has spent his last 20 years in the US. They propably consider him 'their' guy, and someone they can work with. We'll see if it lasts when he gets comfy on the throne and starts receiving overtoures from the Russians and the Chinese.




Tbh I think they are more worried about Saif Al-Islam coming back.


>Homeless activists outside Notre Dame demand “a roof too”

Looks like the french aren't as cucked as burgers and aren't letting their Frog 9/11 distract them.


Leader of right-wing militia arrested by FBI 'for detaining migrant families at gunpoint in New Mexico'

The FBI on Saturday arrested the leader of a right-wing militia that was detaining migrant families at gunpoint near the border in southern New Mexico, as the group faced a torrent of criticism for its tactics.


Appeals court turns down Manning appeal over contempt in WikiLeaks probe

A federal appeals court has turned down former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning’s bid to overturn a contempt order that led to her jailing for refusing to answer questions from a grand jury investigating WikiLeaks.



After Democrats Surged In 2018, Republican-Run States Eye New Curbs On Voting

After high turnout in last year's midterm elections propelled Democrats to a new House majority and big gains in the states, several Republican-controlled state legislatures are attempting to change voting-related rules in ways that might reduce future voter turnout.


Reagan’s Supply-Side Warriors Blaze a Comeback Under Trump

On a Tuesday evening earlier this month, several dozen Washingtonians gathered in a ballroom at the Trump International Hotel, ostensibly to enjoy an open bar and watch a new PBS documentary about money. In reality, the event also served as a rally for a small clique whose fierce devotion to supply-side economics made them influential figures in the 1980s, and has won them renewed clout and access under President Donald Trump.



The largest private sector strike in years is over. Supermarket workers won.

More than 30,000 Stop & Shop supermarket employees in the Northeast are returning to work after striking a deal, bringing an end to the largest private sector strike in years.On Sunday evening, representatives from the United Food & Commercial Workers Union International said they had agreed on a tentative three-year contract with the company.



Supreme Court Will Hear Cases On LGBTQ Discrimination Protections For Employees

The Supreme Court has accepted three cases that ask whether federal anti-discrimination laws should apply to sexual orientation and gender identity in the workplace, putting the court on track to consider high-profile LGBTQ issues after its next term begins this fall.


Empty buildings, empty promises: Foxconn con job continues in Wisconsin

Confirming earlier reports, Wisconsin’s Democratic Governor Tony Evers announced last Wednesday, April 17 his administration's intentions to “renegotiate” the now estimated $4.5 billion contract between Foxconn Technology Group and the state of Wisconsin.






>USSR educated Nasserist vs London School of Economics educated and Rothschild friend

Why like Al-Islam again?



Because Saif al-Islam is the only man capable of keeping the imperialist powers at bay, uniting the country, and stopping the islamists turning Libya into a reactionary hellhole.


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>why like gaddafi's son again?

Because he's the one who is most likely to bring back jamahiriya.


I'm sure that billion dollars could be put to better use than fixing Notre Dame, did porky think that will make people happy and maybe slow down the yellow vests?

O Lord burn the whole thing down



Yemen: The Triumph of Barbarism

President Donald Trump’s recent veto of a bipartisan resolution to force an end to American military involvement in Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen reminds me of some words by V.S. Naipaul, the Trinidadian author. In his book “A Bend in the River,” Naipaul says, “The world is what it is; men who are nothing, who allow themselves to become nothing, have no place in it.”The war in Yemen has reached a level of barbarism as few wars in recent history. It has become a humanitarian nightmare that only a cessation of hostilities by Saudi Arabia and the provision of immediate assistance to the people in Yemen can help solve. The Trump administration, however, has chosen to continue supporting the Saudi regime.


Socialism and the defense of culture

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO) musicians, now in the seventh week of their strike, require the active support of the entire working class, in the United States and internationally. At stake is not only their own pay, health care benefits and pensions, but the fate of culture, including the CSO as a world-class orchestra.There are basic class issues involved. As CSO clarinetist John Bruce Yeh correctly stated, “It seems to be class warfare, and we will not accept that.” The musicians are up against the orchestra’s board, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association (CSOA), which is headed up by corporate figures, including utility company executives, investment bankers and real estate investors.The 128 years of the CSO is the record of a cultural treasure that must be preserved. The orchestra players make up an international, multiethnic body of highly trained professionals. Musicians at this level spend years preparing to audition for a chair in an orchestra such as the CSO. Those who win seats will, in most cases, devote the remainder of their artistic lives to the orchestra and its music.


An Ode to Sanitation Workers

Without them, the factories would stop, the cities would empty, and civilization itself would collapse. An appreciation of sanitation workers — our whole lives depend on them.





Wtf is with point number 5? Literally like a month after the fall of Libya and suddenly 83%? Was there a mass migration or genocide of litterate people?


>dude this one autocratic despot was actually based! fuck le police XD

t. ankies



You misread it. 25 to 83% literacy rate.


Dude this one "autocratic despot" was actually based!

Actually, he wanted africa to have currency that wasn't based on the petro dollar and he wanted africa to be prosperous and that's why he was killed. Had nothing to do with oil.

I should also mention that one of libya's most oppressed minority groups, the tuareg, absolutely loved Gathafi, and even now one of the holdouts of green libyans is in tuareg areas. women had more rights under him than ever before, and housing was rightfully deemed a human right under him. He was more democratic than any other regional rulers, he had a more secular government than regular islamic theocracy, and literally made libya one of the first ever first world countries in africa. Read a history book. Better yet, read Gathafi's own book.



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Actually he gave up most of his power and was mostly just a figurehead.


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Muzzies just being muzzies. You don't want to be racist and deny them their rights, do you? Move along you racist Islamophobe!

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