News Roundup 10/30/17

by | Oct 30, 2017

  • A man, who traveled to Syria to join the Islamic State then was captured, has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. [Link]
  • Harvard-Harris polling that showed 70% of Americans support renegotiating the Iran nuclear deal was based on a biased question. [Link]
  • Raytheon won a $1.5 billion contract from the Pentagon. [Link]
  • The IAEA Cheif confirms Iran is living up to the nuclear agreement. [Link]
  • The Spanish government has dismissed the Catalan Parliment, president, the president’s cabinet, and chief of police. [Link]
  • 23 people were killed in a suicide truck explosion in Mogadishu. Al-Shabaab has claimed responsibility for the attack. [Link]
  • Trevor Timm on the growing US mission in Niger. [Link]
  • A US service member was killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan. [Link]
  • The US gave the Afghanistan military six additional A-29 attack planes. [Link]
  • The leader of the Kurdish Regional Government, Barzani, will resign from office. [Link]
  • Moon of Alabama highlights inconsistencies in the UN report on the April 4th chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun. [Link]
  • The Syrian government killed 11 civilians and destroyed a school outside of Damascus. [Link]

About Kyle Anzalone

Kyle Anzalone is news editor of the Libertarian Institute, opinion editor of and co-host of Conflicts of Interest with Will Porter and Connor Freeman.

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