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Mullah Mohammed Omar: Co-founder and leader of th...
The notoriously reclusive leader of a rag-tag army that stormed to power in Kabul in 1996 was born some time between 1959 and 1962. For much of his early life, he was a student who learned the Koran...
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Inside China: Liang Zhu warns of U.S. ‘historical...
Sex, CIA plots and Historical Nihilism To denounce one’s past is to doom one’s present; and when one’s present is doomed, one’s future is ruined. That is not something from Confucius or from a...
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U.N. council OKs Iran deal
UNITED NATIONS -- The United Nations Security Council on Monday unanimously endorsed the landmark nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers and authorized a series of measures leading to the end...
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60 senior US national security leaders support Ir...
WASHINGTON (AP) - Sixty national security leaders, ambassadors, military leaders and former Cabinet secretaries signed a letter released on Monday in support of the nuclear deal with Iran. The...
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How Could We Have Known: The Jews Who Voted For O...
We knew he’d be bad for the Jews by the way he spoke about settlements and Islam and Iran in a 2007 interview with then editor of the Jerusalem Post, David Horovitz. At that time, Obama pooh-poohed,...
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Can Russia Learn Lessons From Greece? (
Russian officials claim that this country will not suffer no matter how the situation is resolved in Greece. Whether that optimistic prediction is accurate will soon become evident, but even now, two...
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America’s July 4 military nightmare: With our rec...
At 9:44 p.m. on July 27, 1953, Private First Class Harold B. Smith had just sixteen more minutes of the Korean War to survive before the cease-fire came into effect at 10:00 p.m. You can imagine this...
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