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EU pushes October Brexit agreement, threatens no deal
European Union leaders will push for a Brexit deal next month but warned Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday that if she will not give ground on trade and the Irish border by November they are ready to cope with Britain crashing out.

Colombia: Government Negotiators Fail to Show at ELN Peace Talks
The Colombian government, headed by President Ivan Duque, failed to present negotiators during peace talks with the National Liberation Army (ELN) Wednesday. The total absence of official negotiators came after protracted peace negotiatons under the previous government of President Juan Manuel Santos expired and after Duque failed to appoint new negotiators.

Kokomo Chrysler workers press for strike action
it has been two months since workers at Fiat Chrysler’s transmission plants in Kokomo and Tipton, Indiana, voted by 99.9 percent to authorize the United Auto Workers to call a strike to settle an estimated 200 unresolved local grievances, including health and safety issues and the abuse of temporary part-time employees.

US-China tariffs exchange could have 'significant economic costs' to global economy - IMF
The International Monetary Fund has warned about the casualties of the trade war between the world’s largest economies, the US and China, AFP reports.The global lender is still assessing the impact of China-US duties, but the economic costs “will quickly add up,” IMF spokesman Gerry Rice told reporters on Thursday.

Hezbollah leader says has rockets despite Israeli efforts in Syria
The leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah said on Thursday that his group had obtained precision rockets despite Israeli strikes in recent years aimed at cutting the supply route through Syria.

Germany approves Saudi targeting system sale despite Yemen war ban
The sale of arms to parties in the Yemen conflict is against the German government's coalition agreement. But Berlin has now approved a delivery of equipment to Riyadh and the UAE, despite allegations of war crimes.

Generation being born now is the last to be free – Assange in last interview before blackout (VIDEO)
Before his links to the world was cut by his Ecuadorian hosts, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange gave an interview on how technological advances are changing humankind. He said global surveillance will soon be totally unavoidable

Thousands of ArcelorMittal steelworkers in US cast unanimous strike vote
On Monday, steelworkers at ArcelorMittal’s plants across the US voted unanimously to strike. In Burns Harbor, Indiana, members of United Steelworkers union (USW) Local 6787 packed the union hall throughout the day. Other locations throughout the US reporting unanimous votes on Monday included Riverdale, Illinois; East Chicago, Indiana; Columbus, Ohio; and Weirton, West Virginia.

Build walls on seafloor to stop glaciers melting, scientists say
Building walls on the seafloor may become the next frontier of climate science, as engineers seek novel ways to hold back the sea level rises predicted to result from global warming.

Turkish government frames up airport construction workers
An Istanbul court granted the prosecutor’s demand that 24 workers, including two union leaders, involved in last Friday’s mass protests over the lethal working conditions at Istanbul’s new airport, be remanded in custody. The court ordered the release of the remaining 19 on condition they were subject to judicial monitoring.

Wetherspoon's and McDonald's staff to strike together
Staff at JD Wetherspoon, McDonald’s and TGI Fridays are to strike next month in an unprecedented action by employees in the hospitality sector, where a campaign to recruit new trade union members is gathering pace among workers who have traditionally not been organised.

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Germany’s grand coalition promotes far-right secret service chief to state secretary
Ever since the negotiations to form a coalition government in Germany earlier this year, the Sozialistische Gleichheitspartei (SGP—Socialist Equality Party) has warned that the grand coalition government comprised of the Christian Democratic Union, Christian Social Union and Social Democratic Party is the product of a conspiracy to implement far-right policies in line with the programme of the fascistic Alternative for Germany (AfD).

==Treating protest as terrorism': US plans crackdown on Keystone XL activists=
Angeline Cheek is preparing for disaster. The indigenous organizer from the Fort Peck reservation in Montana fears that the proposed Keystone XL pipeline could break and spill, destroy her tribe’s water, and desecrate sacred Native American sites.

Bernie Sanders has received donations from more Amazon workers than Barack Obama over the past 14 years
More Amazon workers have donated to Bernie Sanders than Barack Obama over the past 14 years, according to political data firm GovPredict.


Death of a Torturer
Jon Burge, the Chicago police commander who tortured over one hundred black men, died yesterday. He acted with complete impunity over almost two decades before reporters, activists, and human rights attorneys stopped him.

America: The garrison state
As the waters recede, they will return to their damaged or destroyed homes needing tens of thousands of dollars in repairs—in a country where the average household cannot cover an unforeseen $500 expense. When they ask why the government will do next to nothing to help them cover the expenses, they will be told: there is no money. When they ask why the government cannot build adequate flood-prevention mechanisms, they will be told: there is no money..

Hold the Front Page, the Reporters are Missing
The death of Robert Parry earlier this year felt like a farewell to the age of the reporter. Parry was “a trailblazer for independent journalism”, wrote Seymour Hersh, with whom he shared much in common. Hersh revealed the My Lai massacre in Vietnam and the secret bombing of Cambodia, Parry exposed Iran-Contra, a drugs and gun-running conspiracy that led to the White House.

Water Ceremony Shuts Down Line 3 Road Upgrades On Mississippi River In Solidarity with #NoBayouBridgePipeline National Day of Action
BEMIDJI—Early Tuesday morning, September 18th, a group of indigenous water protectors from the Ginew Collective, raised a tipi and blocked a bridge at the headwaters of the Mississippi, halting work at a road expansion site for the recently permitted line 3 pipeline.

That probably owes mostly to the fact that Amazon is headquartered in Seattle, which is absolutely full of socdems.

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Somebody put a cccp shirt on her

Bets on a mysterious death? Months? A couple years?
And now all we have are penniless vlogger eBeggars

Woohoo. A hard Brexit is what the UK needs. Staying in the European Common Market will make it hard for Corbyn to implement socialism when he inevitably gets elected.

Anything the IMF says is bad is automatically good in my book


Get fucked Islamofashists

AFD isn’t fascist there normie conservatives. the NPD is fascist.

No God's work user.

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It's like that Seinfeld where George's girlfriend refuses to break up with him because she thinks it's like launching missiles from a sub, idgi
I'm sure they'll be sure to hold themselves accountable just like they always do :^)
well that's just depressing
Somehow I don't think you'll get Adam, GWAR or the Shoggoths to pay for it
good riddance

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Go get em lads!

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That's a load of shit. Nobody born after the Gen-Xers can even remember what being free was.

How about that? We all get to stomp them this time.

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This Brexit shit is just getting to be too much, they had TWO YEARS to work out a deal, but were too useless. Why did they even allow a vote on it to begin with if they had no plan for if it passed?

brings tears to my eyes and blood to my benis

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Germant is going to win the next war, all they have todo is grow better beards.

This. Fucking libshits.

Germany's inferior mustaches were its downfall in the previous two wars.

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I would say the Axis were the clear leaders in moustaches during the Great War, yet they did not prevail.

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If only Ludendorff embraced Engels’s theory of Beards.

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The Teens was the decade of the trim whiskers. Neither Nicholas II's well-manacured beard and sweeping 'stache nor Georgy Lvov's extravagent chin curtain were any match for Lenin's smart proletarian goatee. It was only fitting that the Central Powers would be undone by Black Jack Pershing and a million doughboys in their manly but simple regulation mustaches. Perhaps that is why Hitler tried to have the tiniest mustache that he could, but the results were laughable and suited only for comedians who were trying to look silly.

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