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Feb 10 07:33

74% of Gaza homes destroyed by Israel in summer 2014 war have not been rebuilt, as violent repression escalates

18 months after the Israel massacre 74% of the Palestinian homes have not been rebuilt.
Note: But the United States send billions more to Israel.

Feb 10 07:28

Congress throwing kitchen sink at Iran less than one month after nuclear deal takes effect

And later this month, senators are expected to roll out a series of bills to bring the greater weight of more non-nuclear sanctions down on Tehran, seeking to punish the Iranian regime for everything from recent ballistic missile tests to pervasive human rights abuses.
Note: Meanwhile Israel has nuclear weapons in violation of many laws but our congress does not care. In fact Israel gets 27 standing ovations when they come to congress.

Feb 10 04:45

Clinton’s Crushing New Hampshire Defeat

Clinton’s Crushing New Hampshire Defeat Leaves Supporters Struggling for Answers

Hooksett, N.H. — “I want you to know that I still love New Hampshire, and I always will!”

("BYE!")

Feb 10 04:35

EU facing IMMINENT recession? Germany on brink as warning issued over Deutsche Bank

FEARS of a recession in the Eurozone are rising as Germany's economy shows yet more signs of buckling under global and domestic financial pressures.

Feb 10 04:35

Deutsche Bank shares soar 11% on bond buyback speculation

BBC 1 hour ago: Deutsche Bank shares have bounced back, after hitting a 30-year low on Tuesday, on reports that it will instigate an emergency bond buyback plan

Feb 10 04:23

DOLLAR HITS FOUR MONTH LOW

Dollar hits four-month low as investors flee to safe havens
The U.S. dollar fell sharply on Tuesday to its lowest level in nearly four months, as measured by an index of major currencies, with fears of a global economic slowdown pushing investors into safe-haven currencies like the Japanese yen and Swiss franc.

Risk appetite has waned as a selloff in major stock markets worldwide, along with a renewed tumble in crude oil prices, and worries about European banks shook confidence in the greenback.

Feb 10 04:08

Trump, Sanders, and Kasich Do Well. Thanks a Lot, New Hampshire.

NATIONAL REVIEW: Could this night have gone worse for Donald Trump’s foes? Sure, he could have won with 90 percent or something. But this was about as bad a result as they could reasonably fear, and about as good a result as Trump and his fans could want.

Trump’s first-place finish was easy to predict, and in line with most of the polling. In fact, the traditional New Hampshire polling surprise this year was… that the actual results didn’t offer much of a surprise. It always looked like a tightly-packed crowd of candidates from second to sixth place, and the order of finish was pretty ideal for Trump. It’s him against the crowd, and his chunk of the base – even if it’s just a new generation of Pat Buchanan’s share of the vote – will always outpace his rivals, as long as there’s a bunch of them.

Feb 09 23:00

Falk reprimands Ban Ki-Moon over truth about Israel's crimes

With obvious relish Richard Falk, former professor of international law at Princeton and UN Special Rapporteur on human rights in Occupied Palestine, has issued a well deserved slap on the wrist to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon for his naivety. It follows Israel's furious reaction to Ban's remark to the Security Council that “Palestinian frustration is growing under the weight of a half-century of occupation and the paralysis of the peace process”.

Feb 09 20:12

"Nuclear Safety In A Post Fukushima World"

and, at the link, screenshots of some YouTube contextual Weirdness...

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