Monthly Archives: January 2018

Food Terroism

Munir Mohammed began buying chemicals for a homemade pressure cooker bomb and offered himself as a “lone wolf” attacker to an IS commander communicating with him over Facebook. Munir Mohammed He also investigated making poison while working at a supermarket ready-meals … Continue reading

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London lawsuit accuses oligarch Kolomoisky of stealing over $500 million

https://www.kyivpost.com/ukraine-politics/london-lawsuit-accuses-oligarch-kolomoisky-stealing.html?utm_content=buffer49faf&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer After a former business partner called in hundreds of millions of dollars in loans, a new lawsuit alleges that billionaire oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky begged the creditor not to “beat a man who is down.” The lawsuit — filed in … Continue reading

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Romania in Chaos

Romania’s prime minister resigned Monday after his party withdrew its support for him amid a power struggle with the party chairman. Liviu Dragnea rules over the party but is barred from political office because of a criminal conviction. The ruling left-wing … Continue reading

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Iran on the edge?

Six days of demonstrations — which have left at least 20 people dead — showed no signs of easing as the anger from the streets found new targets. What began as frustration over Iran’s sluggish economy has broadened to include … Continue reading

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