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Report: Harvard Leads U.S. Colleges That Received $1 Billion From China, $1.75 Billion from Qatar

Report: Harvard Leads U.S. Colleges That Received $1 Billion From China, $1.75 Billion from Qatar

(Bloomberg) -- Trade tensions between Beijing and Washington have been building for years, leading the Trump administration to label the Asian nation “a threat to the world.” Yet the tally of gifts and contracts from China to U.S. universities since the start of 2013 is approaching $1 billion. About 115 colleges got monetary gifts, contracts or both from sources in mainland China in the six and ...
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White Helmets 'MI-6 Co-Founder' Found Dead In Turkey

White Helmets ‘MI-6 Co-Founder’ Found Dead In Turkey

A former British army officer and military contractor who founded the shadowy 'White Helmets' has been found dead near his home in Istanbul, days after he was accused by Russia of being a spy with "connections to terrorist groups." The body of 43-year-old James Le Mesurier was found Monday in the Beyoglu district of the city, with state-run Anadolu news agency reporting that he may have fallen to ...
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Report: China, Russia, and Other Foreign States Have Given U.S. Universities $10 Billion

Report: China, Russia, and Other Foreign States Have Given U.S. Universities $10 Billion

The Clarion Project, a watchdog group known for its groundbreaking documentaries on extreme ideologies, compiled a report this month revealing the billions of dollars that colleges and universities in America have taken from foreign entities — including adversarial states. The Clarion Project launched its probe into foreign investment and influence in the American education system after the Department of Education (DOE) announced in June it was ...
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Report: 2019 World Watch List Released Exposing the Top Countries who Persecuted Christians in 2018

Report: 2019 World Watch List Released Exposing the Top Countries who Persecuted Christians in 2018

Last year, Christians were persecuted more than ever before in the modern era — and this year is expected to be worse: "4,136 Christians were killed for faith-related reasons," according to Open Doors USA in its recently published World Watch List 2019 (WWL) of the top 50 nations where Christians are persecuted. "On average, that's 11 Christians killed every day for their faith." Additionally, "2,625 Christians ...
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Wikileaks Begins Publishing Podesta Emails. Who Leaked Them? Russia or a Disgruntled Clinton Staffer?

Wikileaks Begins Publishing Podesta Emails. Who Leaked Them? Russia or a Disgruntled Clinton Staffer?

On 7 October 2016, WikiLeaks began publishing thousands of emails that it said were from Podesta's Gmail account. The first batch of emails were released less than one hour after The Washington Post published a controversial video of Donald Trump making lewd comments about women. Throughout October, WikiLeaks released installments of the Podesta emails on a daily basis. On 18 December 2016, John Podesta stated in Meet ...
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House Republicans Request Investigation on the Clinton Foundation

House Republicans Request Investigation on the Clinton Foundation

A request to investigate the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation on charges of “public corruption” was made in a letter by 64 House Republicans to the IRS, FBI and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) charging the foundation is “lawless.” IRS Commissioner John Koskinen referred congressional charges of corrupt Clinton Foundation “pay-to-play” activities to his tax agency’s exempt operations office for investigation. Political and corporate favors follow ...
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Obama Releases Five Terrorists from Gitmo in Exchange for AWOL

Obama Releases Five Terrorists from Gitmo in Exchange for AWOL

Back in May 2014, Obama shocked much of America when, in stark rejection of long-standing US policy not to negotiate with "terrorists", he agreed to exchange Sgt. Bowe Berghdahl for five Taliban prisoners held at Guantanamo -  five of the worst terrorists being held by the United States. The prisoner exchange further raised eyebrows when it was suggested that Bergdahl hardly deserved such an executive action ...
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Benghazi Attack: Was Ambassador Stevens Murdered to Cover an Obama Arms Transfer to Al-Qaeda Mercenaries?

Benghazi Attack: Was Ambassador Stevens Murdered to Cover an Obama Arms Transfer to Al-Qaeda Mercenaries?

On Sept. 11, 2012, a group of local fighters, AK-47s in hand, burst through the fortified front gate of a US outpost in Benghazi, Libya. One very long night later, the diplomatic compound was engulfed in flames and a covert CIA base a mile away lay in ruins, partially reduced to rubble by mortar fire. Four Americans were dead, including Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, Information Officer Sean Smith, and ...
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Hillary Clinton presented an Ethics Statement to the U.S. Senate Promising not to involve The Clinton Foundation in any way in the business of the U.S. State Dept."

Hillary Clinton presented an Ethics Statement to the U.S. Senate Promising not to involve The Clinton Foundation in any way in the business of the U.S. State Dept.”

Secretary of State-designate Hillary Clinton on January 5, 2009, in a letter to State Department Designated Agency Ethics Official James H. Thessin: “For the duration of my appointment as Secretary if I am confirmed, I will not participate personally and substantially in any particular matter involving specific parties in which The William J. Clinton Foundation (or the Clinton Global Initiative) is a party or represents a ...
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