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Israel’s new intel on Iran nukes

International | Plus, Dutch terror and a high-speed desert train
by Mindy Belz
Posted 9/28/18, 12:40 pm

ISRAEL: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the UN General Assembly Thursday, using maps and a photo to accuse the Islamic regime in Iran of operating a “secret atomic warehouse” in violation of its nuclear agreement involving UN members and its inspection agency. Netanyahu said the facility houses 300 tons of nuclear equipment as part of a secret nuclear weapons program.

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Two wrongs to make land rights

International | South African land reform raises White House worries
by Onize Ohikere
Posted 8/28/18, 03:04 pm

President Donald Trump last week weighed in on South Africa’s land reform, drawing renewed international attention to a racially divisive issue in the post-apartheid nation. The government’s plan to amend the constitution to allow land expropriation without compensation could stir up unrest and harm the country’s economy.

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Experts: Why the White House Brunson strategy has failed

International | The United States focuses on the pastor’s release while Turkey holds two other Americans hostage
by Mindy Belz
Posted 8/24/18, 03:45 pm

TURKEY is the third largest market for U.S. cotton farmers, who face potentially drastic losses over U.S. sanctions. The White House sanctions strategy to release Andrew Brunson has failed in part, argue two experts, because it singles out the American pastor.

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