News Roundup 7/21/17

by | Jul 21, 2017

  • Under Trump, 16 regulations have been repealed for every new regulation added. [Link]
  • Trump says Sessions should never have recused himself from the Russiagate investigation. Sessions responded to Trump saying he will continue to serve as Attorney General as long as it is appropriate. [Link]
  • Trump said the US might not need additional troops in Afghanistan. [Link]
  • New York City is threatening to start enforcing a law that requires all dog sitters to have a license. This law makes pet sitting illegal for anyone with out a kennel license. [Link]
  • A Flordia state representative visited a state prison and found that the prisoners lived in dehumanizing conditions. [Link]
  • The CIA took half a decade to respond to FOIA asking about the CIA dress code. [Link]
  • The US is furious with Turkey because Turkey released the location of ten US military positions. [Link] 
  • A top US general calls for formal US military operations in the Philippines. [Link]
  • A Russian military official said that Russia will build military bases in Libya, Yemen, and Syria. [Link]
  • US military personnel used a military base in Cameroon where torture occurs. There is no evidence that US military personnel participated in torture but, prisoners report seeing Americans at the base. [Link]
  • Reporting out of Syria claims Ahrar al-Sham has moved forces to Turkey to meet up with Turkish backed rebels. The combined force is called Euphrates Shield. The force will be used to attack HTS. [Link]
  • Several photos show US armored vehicles arriving in Kurdish held Syria. [Link]
  • 28 Syrian Arab Army soldiers were killed in an ambush by Syrian rebels. [Link]
  • The US policy in Yemen is creating more terrorists. [Link]

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