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Image Rock the Kasbah: a Saudi coup that never was

Rock the Casbah: a Saudi coup that never was

Part 1 of the “American Foreign Policy Review” series: A look at our regional allies and foes. November 5, 2017: Across Riyadh, unmarked black-and-white, up-armored Cadillac Escalade and Chevrolet Suburban SUVs — carrying armed men… Keep Reading

Lima Charlie Podcast: Opioids, Veterans and the VA

The opioid epidemic in the United States is now a public health emergency, following Donald Trump’s declaration on Oct. 26. However, as Lima Charlie News reported the day before that declaration, opioid abuse amongst military veterans… Keep Reading

Image Indonesia mass murders were known to U.S. officials

Indonesia mass murders were known to U.S. officials

Washington, DC The U.S. Government provided support to Indonesia while up to one million suspected communist sympathizers were being killed by the island nation’s military, according to newly declassified American documents from the 1960’s. The… Keep Reading

100,000 Kurds Flee Kirkuk

Iraqi armed forces have seized the city of Kirkuk, and reportedly 100,000 Kurds are now fleeing the region out of fear of persecution. This all follows an independence referendum for Iraqi Kurdistan in September, which overwhelmingly… Keep Reading

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