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IS kills 9 pro-regime fighters in east Syria

The ISIS terrorist group has killed nine pro-regime fighters in one day in eastern Syria, a war monitor said Thursday, the latest in a spate of attacks in the area. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a UK-based monitoring organization with a wide network of sources on the …

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Lebanese billionaire Mikati picked to form new govt

Lebanon’s lawmakers designated incumbent Prime Minister Najib Mikati to form a new government Thursday, more than a month after parliamentary elections that yielded no clear majority. The 66-year-old billionaire, who had been widely expected to keep his job, secured 54 votes during parliamentary consultations, giving him a clear edge over …

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How America Can Feed the World

To Prevent a Global Food Crisis, Expand the Lend-Lease Program The Russian invasion of Ukraine has already killed tens of thousands, displaced millions, and thrown global financial markets into chaos. But without serious international action, Moscow’s war will lead to another deepening crisis: worldwide hunger. Both Russia and Ukraine are …

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Sudan: The Genocide No One Talks About

Civilian institutions are concerned that Sudan’s new puppet government is simply a cover for the return of Bashir and that, although he is in prison, he is behind every development in the Sudanese government. This, apparently, is also the conviction of El Nur. He notes with distress that the massacres …

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Who Is A Primary Winner In Emerging Food Crisis?

Since the outbreak of the Ukraine war, international grains prices, especially wheat, corn and sunflower, have soared. The circumstance has abruptly aggravated the already serious shortage of grains due to frequent droughts and other adverse climatic variations, now developing into a global food crisis. According to the U.N. World Food …

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