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Berlin attacker Tunisian Anis Amri is “Armed and dangerous” and being hunted throughout Europe

After Berlin's massive terrorist attack at a Christmas Market, there is a massive manhunt underway for the suspected terrorist. A German security official said Wednesday...

Pope Francis Meets with Colombia’s Santos and Uribe

Pope Francis met with President Juan Manuel Santos and his predecessor Alvaro Uribe in the Vatican,  in an apparent bid to strengthen the government's peace accord...

Trump’s latest Ambassador pick

President Elect Trump has selected David Friedman, a prominent bankruptcy lawyer and strong advocate for the state of Israel to be in charge of...

Austrian government seizes Hitler’s childhood home

The Austrian government has expropriated the birthplace and childhood home of Adolf Hitler in an effort to hinder neo-Nazis from using it as a...

Kim Jong Un gets drunk and makes military leaders apologize

In September, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un got drunk while visiting his summer villa with his military leaders.  While under the influence, Kim...

Russian Autocrat Putin is Growing in Popularity with Members of the GOP

Russian President Vladimir Putin's  favorable rating among Republicans has climbed by an astonishing 56 percentage points since July 2014, according to a new YouGov/Economist...

Results in Italy and Austria Signal Growing Favorablity to Populism

The results from Italy’s referendum and Austria’s presidential election were the first true test the populists and nationalist agenda have faced after the BREXIT. That...

Cuban-American Sportswriter Exposes Colin Kaepernick on His Support of Castro

Hours before Fidel Castro's death, recent controversy had already arose regarding Castro's life. During the week leading up to his game in Miami, San...

Kim Jong Un Demands Trump to end ‘hostile nuclear threats’

North Korea has sent a nine-page letter to the U.S. demanding it stops the ‘hostile nuclear threats’. Kim sets out what he want to...

NAFTA member offers to renegotiate trade agreement

A centerpiece of Trump's rise throughout the Republican primary and eventually through the general election has been his criticism of various trade deals and...

Iran looking for MORE ransom payments

Since receiving a $400 million ransom payment from the White House, the Iranian government has since taken six more Americans hostage. This week, two of the...

Largest Christian town in Iraq liberated from ISIS

A town in Iraq that once was home to the largest Christian population in the country has been liberated from ISIS, according to local reports. Qaraqosh...

WikiLeaks says Assange’s Internet was cut by “state party”

WikiLeaks said Monday that its founder, Julian Assange, had his internet access cut by a "state party" and that "appropriate contingency plans" were being...

$3 Billion Embezzlement Scandal Could Cost DiCaprio his UN Climate Change Position

Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio was urged Friday to step down from his climate change position with the United Nations or renounce connections to a...

Putin ally: “Vote Trump or face nuclear war”

According to a Russian-nationalist ally of President Vladimir Putin, Americans will be faced with the threat of nuclear war if they don't vote Donald...

Why did Iranian-backed rebels fire missiles at a US warship?

Just when you thought things in the Middle East couldn't possibly get any worse, Iranian-backed Houthi rebels fired two missiles at a US Navy...

This dust storm saved 50 Christian converts from Muslim militants

A massive dust storm near the Arabian Sea delivered new Christian from a band of militants who viciously hunted them, according to a recent report. Bibles For Mideast...

U.S. ends Syrian ceasefire with Russia

The United States officially broke off talks with Russia on implementing a ceasefire agreement in Syria. America has accused Moscow of not living up to...

U.N calls emergency meeting on Aleppo

Presidential candidates better study up on the Syrian city of Aleppo because it may now be the most dangerous city in the world to live...

Here’s what you need to know about the Syrian ceasefire

Last week the US and Russia agreed on a pause in the violence on Friday after months of back and forth talks. US Secretary of State John...

Violence against Israelis increases with knife and vehicular attacks

It is no secret that antisemitism and anti Israeli beliefs are widespread throughout the Middle East. Recently however, there appears to have been less physical violence...

North Korea conducts its fifth nuclear test

North Korea just finished testing its fifth and biggest nuclear test. After completing their test, North Korea stated it has "mastered the ability to...

Mother Teresa reaches sainthood

This Sunday, Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta will be canonized by Pope Francis I in Rome. The canonization mass will be celebrated as part...

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