Selected Articles: US Military Dropped 751 Bombs in Afghanistan on September
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Global Research, October 11, 2017

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Sputnik and Russia Today Under Investigation by US Department of Justice (DOJ)

By Philip Giraldi, October 11, 2017

The apparent line of inquiry that the Bureau is pursuing is that both are agencies of the Russian government and that both have been spreading disinformation that is intended to discredit the United States government and its institutions. This alleged action would make them, in the DOJ view, a propaganda arm of a foreign government rather than a news service. It also makes them subject to Department of the Treasury oversight under the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938.

US Military Dropped 751 Bombs in Afghanistan in September

By Press TV, October 10, 2017

The figure indicated a 50-percent increase from August (503 bombs), which the command attributed to President Donald Trump’s so-called “strategy to more proactively target extremist groups” in the country.

The Kremlin’s “US-Gate” Probe: Russia Gets Ready for US “Interference” in 2018 Presidential Election

By Anton Kulikov, October 11, 2017

Officials with the Federation Council Commission for the Protection of State Sovereignty concluded during a meeting on Monday that attempts to interfere in Russia’s internal affairs were noticeable during the regional elections in September of this year, even though they did not show much influence on the outcome of the elections.

Ousted Brazilian President: US Intervention in Venezuela Could Spark “Civil War”

By Lucas Koerner, October 10, 2017

Former Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff warned Sunday that Washington’s interference in Venezuela is “extremely dangerous” and could provoke an armed conflict.

Syria – Turkey Violates Astana Agreement – Renews Alliance with Al-Qaeda

By Moon of Alabama, October 10, 2017

But the Turkish forces have made a deal with HTS. When their reconnaissance teams entered Idleb yesterday they were escorted by heavily armed HTS forces (video). According to their agreement with the terrorists the Turkish forces will only take up three positions. All of these will be bordering the Kurdish enclave Efrin (Afrin).

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