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43,000 Somalis Starved to Death in 2022: UN

43,000 Somalis Starved to Death in 2022: UN

The United Nations estimates that 43,000 Somalis starved to death last year. At least half of those who died are said to have been children less than five years old. The Horn of Africa nation is suffering from a drought as well as a US military campaign targeting the...

Growing Number of Americans Say US Is Giving Ukraine Too Much Aid

Growing Number of Americans Say US Is Giving Ukraine Too Much Aid

As the war in Ukraine nears the end of its first year, Americans are starting to believe Washington is sending too much support to Kiev. Pew Research conducted a poll in January and found the proportion of Republicans that are opposed to the current level of assistance is now at 40%. The US has pledged well over $100 billion in aid to Kiev, mostly in arms and other military equipment.

Twitter Gave Boost to Pentagon Psyop Accounts

Twitter Gave Boost to Pentagon Psyop Accounts

Twitter placed dozens of accounts created by US Central Command (CENTCOM) on a “whitelist” for preferential treatment, according to internal company documents obtained by journalist Lee Fang. The eighth edition of the ‘Twitter Files’ exposed the site’s involvement in propaganda operations run by the Pentagon. 

News Roundup 10/30/2022

News Roundup 10/30/2022

Russia Progressive Democrats in the House have retracted a letter to President Biden calling for talks with Russia after facing backlash for suggesting the idea of pursuing diplomacy to end the war in Ukraine. AWC The US has accelerated plans to deploy an upgraded...

News Roundup 10/11/2022

US News The White House federal marijuana pardon does not extend to military members. Military.com The White House released a new Arctic strategy on Friday that calls to “enhance” the US military presence in the region to counter Russia and China. AWC Russia Russia on...

Washington Imposes More Sanctions on Iran Over Alleged ‘Malicious’ Cyber Activities

Washington Imposes More Sanctions on Iran Over Alleged ‘Malicious’ Cyber Activities

As talks to revive the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) seem to have all but failed, the Joe Biden administration continues to pile sanctions on Iran. The Treasury Department said the new penalties targeted a “group of Iran-based malicious cyber actors” allegedly linked to Tehran’s elite military unit, the Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Al Jazeera reported on Wednesday.

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