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KIM’S SLAVES: North Korea sells human labor to Russia for cold cash

Brutal North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is shipping tens of thousands of impoverished citizens to Russia for the hard currency his cash-strapped regime desperately needs, Fox News has found. Alarmed human rights groups say the North Korea workers in ...

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Nigeria: Is Nigeria On the Brink of Another Civil War?

[Al Jazeera] On August 1, 1966, after the collapse of last-ditch attempts by Nigeria’s power brokers to prevent the impending civil war, Lieutenant Colonel Odumegwu Ojukwu said only one thing would make the rebels cease fire: “that the Republic of ...

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TODD STARNES ABC: Christians defending liberty are 'hate group'

Alliance Defending Freedom is demanding a retraction and apology from ABC News after reporters smeared one of the nation’s most respected religious liberty law firms as a ‘hate group.’ Click here for a free subscription to Todd’s newsletter: a must-read ...

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NO SELFIE CONTROL Woman taking picture destroys $200G art exhibit

She must not be proud of her selfie. A woman taking a selfie at a Los Angeles art exhibit sentshockwaves around the room after knocking over several displays, causing $ 200,000 in damage. The unidentified woman was at The 14th ...

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How safe is it in Egypt? Terror threat revealed after beach stabbing attack in Hurghada

Six foreign tourists have been stabbed by a knifeman at an Egyptian beach resort – the interior minister confirmed the attack on a beach in the Red Sea resort town of Hurghada. The assailant has been arrested and is being ...

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Squirrels have ‘two-year’ memories, says new research

Squirrels’ memories are so keen they can remember how they got into a garden bird feeder almost two years after first breaking into it.  Dr Pizza Ka Yee Chow, of the University of Exeter’s Centre for Research in Animal Behaviour, ...

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Sears managers to earn thousands in bonuses while laid-off workers get no severance

Sears Canada plans to dole out up to $ 9.2 million in retention bonuses to senior staff still working at Sears during its restructuring. CBC | Canada News

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PARALLEL PROBES FBI investigation of Sanders' wife tracks research from Hillary campaign

Sen. Bernie Sanders’ claims that an ongoing FBI probe of his wife is based on partisan politics don’t square with the fact that it began under President Obama and appears to closely track Democratic opposition research revealed in the hacked ...

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