News Roundup 3/2/18

by | Mar 2, 2018

  • Albuquerque NM has 4,000 untested rape kits. [Link]
  • The Pentagon reports planning a military parade that will cost $10-$30 million. [Link]
  • Federal Agents raid four Colorado homes. Residents report the homes are marijuana growing operations. [Link]
  • The US Ambassador to Mexico will retire. [Link]
  • Putin says Russia has added a nuclear-armed cruise missile to its nuclear weapons arsenal. [Link]
  • The State Department notified Congress of the sale of 210 Javelin Missiles to Ukraine. [Link]
  • US General said on war with North Korea, “the brutality of this will be beyond the experience of any living soldier.” [Link]
  • Daniel Larison explains why an attack from North Korea is not “imminent.” [Link]
  • South Korean President plans to send a special envoy to North Korea. [Link]
  • Rep. Walter Jones looks to end the US funding of Afghani pedophiles. [Link]
  • Iraqi Parliment is pushing to set up a timeline for the US exit from Iraq. [Link]
  • Eight Turkish soldiers killed in Afrin. [Link]
  • Turkish airstrikes target Assad allied forces in the Afrin region of Syria. The Assad allied forces are there supporting the Syrian Kurds. [Link]

Kyle Anzalone

Kyle Anzalone

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

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