News Roundup 7/24/18

by | Jul 24, 2018

News Roundup 7/24/18

by | Jul 24, 2018

  • Drug makers in the US invest in political influence for big profits. [Link]
  • Whistleblowers who expose VA corruption often face discipline and termination. [Link]
  • Justin Raimondo explains how the FBI misled the judge on the FISA application to surveil Carter Page. [Link]
  • Ray McGovern discusses the importance of Lisa Page admitting that Peter Strzok did not believe there was any collusion between Trump and Russia in May of 2017. [Link]
  • Philip Giraldi explains the shortcomings of the Mueller Indictments. [Link]
  • Julian Assange will likely be turned over to the UK in coming weeks. [Link]
  • The UN deploys alleged Sri Lankan war criminals as peacekeepers in Africa and Lebanon. [Link]
  • North Korea has started to dismantle the country’s main satellite launch site. [Link]
  • A US airstrike kills 14 civilians in Afghanistan. [Link]
  • The US has dropped nearly 3,000 bombs on Afghanistan in 2018. [Link]
  • ISIS-K claims responsibility for a suicide bombing at the airport as former Vice President Dostum returned to Afghanistan. [Link]
  • General Votel on the Afghan and Iraq Wars, “these things take time.” [Link]
  • General Votel explains that the al-Tanf border crossing is critical and US forces should remain. [Link]
  • Israel rejects a Russian proposed deal that would keep Iranian forces in Syria 100 km from the Syrian border. [Link]
  • Senator Chris Murphy explains that Saudi and UAE actions in Yemen get tied back to the US. [Link]
  • 35,000 Yemeni families have fled their homes since June. [Link]

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