News Roundup 7/11/17

by | Jul 11, 2017

  • The Third Circut Court of Appeals has ruled that filming police is a right protected by the First Amendment. [Link]
  • A man accused of plotting a terror attack claims the FBI entrapped him. The man accused says FBI informants pushed him to buy machine guns. [Link]
  • The IRS seized a mom and pop tuxedo store without the owners being charged with any federal crimes. [Link]
  • 16 bodies have been recovered from a Marine KC-130 plane crash in Mississippi. [Link]
  • Rex Tillerson says the demands Saudi Arabia made of Qatar are unrealistic. Tillerson said a resolution to the conflict may be months away. [Link]
  • Eight civilians were killed when an attacker threw a grenade at several people in Burundi. [Link]
  • Saudi Arabia is carrying out a military-style campaign against Shi’ite civilians. [Link]
  • An adviser to the governor of Nineveh province said that Mosul is completely destroyed. [Link]
  • Iran is calling for an expansion of the US/Russia ceasefire in Southwest Syria. [Link]
  • There have been more than 300,000 suspected cases of cholera in Yemen. [Link]
  • The High Court in London dismissed a case that would have stopped weapon sales to Saudi Arabia. [Link]

Will Porter comes on Foreign Policy Focus #64 to discuss journalism and Syria. Will discuss how he finds and vets news. Will list some sources he trusts and how he approaches the MSM. Will also explain how he finds fake news. Will has written several recent articles on the April 4th chemical weapons attack in Syria. Will gives us all the latest news and his theory on what actually happened. LISTEN HERE!!

 

About 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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