Ominous Anonymous strikes again – warns world to ‘prepare’ for World War 3 in a chilling video.

Ominous Anonymous - warns world to ‘prepare’ for World War 3 in a chilling video.

Using their signature Guy Fawkes character,the famous activist group Anonymous has released a chilling new video — urging people across the globe to “prepare” for World War III — as the US and North Korea continue to move “strategic pieces into place” for battle. From the video : All the signs of a looming war on the Korean Peninsula are surfacing… ...

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John Kerry, in a Final, Pointed Plea, Will Outline a Vision of Mideast Peace

At this late date, weeks ahead of the inauguration of Mr. Trump, who openly lobbied on Israel’s side against the United Nations resolution, it is unclear what Mr. Kerry hopes to achieve from the speech, other than to leave a set of principles that he believes will one day emerge as the basis for talks, if and when they resume. ...

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Killers on a Shoestring: Inside the Gangs of El Salvador

The boy, gangly and pimply, is a fledgling member of the 18th Street Revolutionaries, a faction of the 18th Street gang, and he works as an extremely small-time roadside extortionist. He collects $ 15 monthly from each of three food trucks that rumble through his district carrying chewing gum, Pepsi sodas and Bimbo bread. He then turns over the proceeds ...

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Obama Tries to Reassure Latin America About a Future With Donald Trump

Photo President Obama greeted people on Saturday after a town hall event with a group of students and young leaders in Lima, Peru. Credit Pablo Martinez Monsivais/Associated Press LIMA, Peru — President Obama said here on Saturday that, while President-elect Donald J. Trump was unlikely to reverse the warming of ties with Cuba, he would almost certainly re-examine trade deals ...

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Life Is Turned ‘Upside Down’ as Jets Pound Rebel-Held Syrian Cities

Photo A damaged ambulance after an airstrike on a rebel-held town near Aleppo, Syria, on Tuesday. Credit Ammar Abdullah/Reuters BEIRUT, Lebanon — Eight hospitals bombed in the past week, five of them within the last 48 hours. Food stores running out of supplies. Scores of people killed in a single day. By Wednesday night, it was clear that the escalation ...

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Paris: One Year On

The night of Nov. 13, 2015, Islamic State militants attacked eight places in and around Paris, killing 130 people and wounding nearly 500. It was the most lethal attack in France since World War II. Confusion gripped the city as two teams of attackers struck nearly simultaneously. One struck at the Stade de France, just outside Paris, while the other ...

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Wuzhen Journal: Ancient Town in China Enjoys Profitable Rebirth as a ‘Beautiful Stage’

When Stan Lai, a Taiwanese-American playwright and one of the founders of the theater festival, first visited Wuzhen, he said, it seemed like “one beautiful stage.” But he added: “It lacked spirit. There was no soul.” Continue reading the main story Some critics say Wuzhen has a sterile feel. Nonetheless, the town has become a wildly successful example of tourism ...

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In a First, China Moves to Bar 2 Hong Kong Legislators From Office

Photo Sixtus Leung, left, and Yau Wai-ching at a protest in Hong Kong on Sunday. The two lawmakers are at the forefront of independence efforts in Hong Kong. Credit Alex Hofford/European Pressphoto Agency HONG KONG — The Chinese government effectively barred two young, pro-independence politicians in Hong Kong from taking seats in the territory’s legislature on Monday, an extraordinary intervention ...

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