News Roundup 12/3/18

Read Scott Horton's new book Fool's Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan
  • A postal worker admits to stealing $5,200 from greeting cards. [Link]
  • The Department of Justice awards $17 million to the victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting. [Link]
  • A Dallas police officer who killed a man after entering his apartment has been indicted for murder. [Link]
  • CNN Fires Marc Lamont Hill because he was critical of Israel. [Link]
  • The US Zumwalt class destroyer does not have ammo for its main guns. [Link]
  • Moon of Alabama debunks The Guardian’s claim that Paul Manafort and Julian Assange met three times. [Link]
  • Will Porter explains how The Guardian and Politico worked to further an anti-Wikileaks and anti-Russia narrative. [Link]
  • Mark Sleboda breaks down the Kerch Strait incident. [Link]
  • Bulgaria will build a pipeline to bring Russian natural gas from Turkey to central Europe. [Link]
  • A train travels from South Korea to North Korea. [Link]  
  • A North Korean soldier escapes to South Korea. [Link]
  • Trump ramps up Obama’s Drone War. [Link]
  • A CIA report finds with medium to high confidence that MbS personally targeted and probably order the murder of Khashoggi. [Link]
  • The US signs a $15 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia. [Link]
  • Qatar is strengthening its military in response to the blockade by Saudi Arabia. [Link]
  • Gunmen killed ten people in an attack on a UK compound in Kabul. [Link]
  • Lt Col Daniel Davis explains Americans are dying in Afghanistan for no reason. [Link]
  • Trump says all experts tell him the US must remain in Afghanistan. [Link]
  • The Yemen War has sparked a battle for the country’s internet. [Link]
  • The White House is walking back its demand for a ceasefire in Yemen. [Link]
  • AFRICOM claims to kill several members of AQIM with an airstrike in Libya. [Link]
  • Nigeria’s former president accuses Obama of meddling in Nigeria’s 2015 elections. [Link]
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Read Scott Horton's new book Fool's Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan