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The war against the IS was all a waste

In the end, the "caliphate" was little more than a vast expanse of wreckage and destroyed cars littered with bodies of ISIS fighters. But it was not the last battle. We were wrong. Thousands of ISIS fighters surrendered, and many thousands more – their widows and orphans, their wives and children – ended up in SDF-run prisons and detention centers. …

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Women were the first winners of the AEW / WWE war

Everyone who comes to Cageside Seats has an opinion on what's going on in pro wrestling. In the Smark's Shoot Table (S3) you can tell us what you think. Vote in the comments. Give us the four performers you considered most entertaining or impressed in the past week and talk about why. And / or vote for your top performer …

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Government spending, revenue in the midst of the US-China trade war

A man erects a Malaysian flag in front of his shop in Kuala Lumpur. Jimin Lai | AFP | Getty Images The Malaysian government will outline its spending plans for next year on Friday – and analysts say the country could spend more than it intended to support the economy in a destructive US-China trade war. The Southeast The Asian …

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Rand Paul goes to war with Ana Navarro in "The View": "Do not Mansplain!"

Meghan McCain skipped Rand Paul's appearance in The View on Friday morning, citing "personal reasons," even though he accused the GOP Senator of having Kurdish "blood on his hands" the day before in Syria , It was often hosted by guest presenter Ana Navarro, who featured Whoopi Goldberg at the top of the show, representing both McCain and Joy Behar. …

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Trump pardons Zay Jeffries, World War II scientist who helped develop tank piercing artillery

President Trump has granted a posthumous pardon to War II scientist Zay Jeffries, who helped the U.S. During World War II, the White House was announced Thursday. Jeffries was convicted in 1948 of engaging in anticompetitive conduct that violated the Sherman Anti-Trust Act. He died in 1965 at age 77. "One of America's leading scientists, Dr. Jeffries was critical of …

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The unrecoverable trade war between the United States and China

At the end of June, leaders of China and the United States announced at the G20 meeting in Osaka, Japan, that they had relaxed in their trade war. US President Donald Trump claimed that the two sides had "brought the negotiations back on track". He imposed new tariffs on Chinese goods and lifted restrictions that prevented US companies from selling …

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Turkey announces the invasion of northeastern Syria. The US-backed Kurds have praised the "all-out" war

The White House announced late Sunday that Turkey will soon push ahead with its planned military operation in northeastern Syria in an area where US troops are stationed and operating with Kurdish-led forces. The US will not be involved The operation, said the White House. President Trump telephoned Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan. US troops are being displaced from the area. …

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A nuclear war between India and Pakistan would trigger a "global climate catastrophe," scientists warn

A nuclear war between India and Pakistan would endanger the entire planet and trigger a "climate catastrophe," according to the American Society for the Advancement of Science. Tensions between India and Pakistan over the disputed Kashmir region are underway. The two nuclear-armed nations both claim to be predominantly Muslim Kashmir and the territory is divided between them, with insurgents fighting …

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The manufacturing industry is shrinking. Analysts blame Trump's trade war.

According to new polls, several Americans not only support the impeachment of President Donald Trump, but also his removal . In the meantime, Trump's approval rate has reached an all-time low in the face of a rapidly expanding power abuse scandal . Trump's most disturbing poll, however, has nothing to do with impeachment or his approval rating. [19659003] Recent figures …

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