News Roundup 11/12/18

  • Justin Raimondo argues the nationalism movement will help bring peace. [Link]
  • A newly declassified document shows in 2014 the CIA was spying on Congressional Oversight Committees. The CIA was attempting to prevent whistleblowers from contacting Congress. A document outlining the crime was classified for four years before Senator Grassley pushed for declassification. [Link]
  • Trump and Putin did not meet one on one in Paris. A possible meeting will happen at the G20 Summit on November 30th. [Link]
  • Saudi Arabia developed a plan for an economic war against Iran. The plan was to use a private company and use assassinations. [Link]
  • Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the Iranian leaders must comply if they want the Iranian people to eat. [Link]
  • US sanctions on Iran are causing medicine shortages. [Link]
  • Sectarian violence is on the rise in Afghanistan. 15 Shia civilians were killed in Ghazni. [Link]
  • US airstrikes in Syria have killed 80 since October 24th. [Link]
  • Maj Danny Sjursen debunks Pentagon claims on why the Iraq War failed. [Link]
  • The US will stop providing Saudi jets with mid-air refueling in Yemen. [Link]
  • Moon of Alabama breaks down the battle for Hodeida. [Link]
  • Daniel Larison explains how the Democrat House win could help push the US out of the War in Yemen. [Link]
  • The current Ebola outbreak in the Congo is the worst in the region’s history. [Link]
  • 39 people were killed in a suicide bombing in Somalia. [Link]
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