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Libya: UN-supported government condemns airstrike at Tripoli airport as "war crime"

The Mitiga airport in the eastern district of Tripoli was closed after being attacked by Haftar's so-called Libyan National Army (LNA). Libya's government, backed by the United Nations, the Government of the National Agreement (GNA), quickly denounced the airstrikes and labeled them war crimes. There are also battles for the international airport of Tripoli, which is 15 miles south of …

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China uses US rhetoric "War on Terror" to justify the arrest of 1 million people

China keeps 1 million people in secret indoctrination camps, separated from their families under conditions that led to suicide attempts and deaths. The reason, he says, is Islam. International outrage over the fate of these inmates – Chinese Muslims, most of whom are members of an ethnic minority called the Uighurs – has reached unprecedented levels this year. The United …

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Don Lemon says Donald Trump's "War on the Reality"

Don Lemon was definitely not grateful to President Donald Trump after the Thanksgiving weekend. In a powerful takedown Monday "CNN Tonight", the host explained that the president had "waged a war against reality". "Let's talk about his relationship with reality," said Lemon. "Confronted with facts that do not fit his point of view of the world, his strategy is this: …

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The Latest: Amnesty: Kabul attack on Shiites is "war crime"

Latest news about developments in Afghanistan following a deadly suicide attack in a Shiite area of ​​Kabul (all local): 17:00 Amnesty International says they committed suicide attacks against Shiites in Kabul the day before are a "war crime". On Thursday, the international human rights group condemned the recent increase in violence in Afghanistan and the rising number of civilians. Samira …

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Google announced the Pentagon AI contract after employees referred to it as a "war business"

Google's office in New York. (Mark Lennihan / Associated Press) Google will not seek to extend its next year contract with the Department of Defense for Artificial Intelligence to analyze drone videos, crushing a controversial alliance that has alerted Silicon Valley's technology development to Valley and the military. The tech giant will stop working on its part of the military …

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