Monday , November 12 2018

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Why I read Counterpunch less often than I used to

The following article, by Steve Church, was originally published at Off Guardian:  Patrick Cockburn’s recent article is one example of why I read CounterPunch less often than I used to. Or, at the least, why I have become more critical of their editorial stance. With this article, I have the impression I’m …

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Hillary Clinton Approved Delivering Libya’s Sarin Gas to Syrian Rebels: Seymour Hersh

The following article by Eric Zuesse, was originally published by the Strategic Culture Foundation in 2016 and republished again by Global Research in 2018: The great investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, in two previous articles in the London Review of Books («Whose Sarin?» and «The Red Line and the Rat Line») has reported that the …

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Idlib, Youtube and the War on Information

The following article, by Julia Kassem, was published first at Counterpunch. San Bruno-based video sharing website YouTube shut down multiple Syria-based accounts last Saturday in attempts to enforce media blackouts against Syrian state and their allied forces. Among the sources removed included the accounts of the Syrian Ministry of Defense, SANA News …

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