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Wtf is going on with the airlines?

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Wew lad. How far are these Secretaries of the Sky going to use this power to kick anyone out and steal their ticket price?
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> North-Korea fires a missile, it lands in the east-ocean, not far away from Japan's ocean. They talk about if it's a failure or not.

> Trump is not happy about it as always. Even mentioned Russia. Asking countries to increase the sanctions to North-Korea.
> The new south korean president Moon Jae-in, called shortly after in for a crise security meeting.
> Japan's prime minister "Abe" is angry at the action and say "This is not acceptable to the country, also they put Tokyo in danger".

I'm sorry. These countries can bark as much as they want (South-Korea, USA, Japan). But they keep repeating themselves. There is no sign that North-Korea are slowing down or stopping. Doesn't matter how hungry or poor they are. The North-Korean people are suffering tremendously due to Kim Jon-un's poor decision making, poor leadership, to the war and all this testing.

How long does this need to last?
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Uber driver charged after woman abducted, assaulted in downtown Toronto: police

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An Uber driver is facing charges after police say an 18-year-old woman was kidnapped and assaulted during a ride in downtown Toronto.

Toronto police responded to a report of an abduction in the Eglinton Avenue East and Dunfield Avenue area, near Yonge Street, around 4 p.m. Sunday.

Police said the woman had ordered an Uber and was picked up by a male driver who allegedly engaged her in “inappropriate conversation” and made “unwanted advances” toward her.

The woman refused the advances of the suspect, according to police, and asked to be let out of the car.

Police said the driver refused to let the woman out of the car and attempted to take her to a “private location.”

The woman was able to escape the vehicle and call police, but investigators were not able to provide further details.

Sukhbaj Singh, 24, of Belleville, Ont., was arrested Monday and charged with forcible confinement, kidnapping and assault. He is scheduled to appear in a Toronto court on July 4.
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Germany Is Quietly Building a European Army Under Its Command

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>Berlin is using a bland name to obscure a dramatic shift in its approach to defense: integrating brigades from smaller countries into the Bundeswehr.

The memes are getting real.
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Reince Priebus scrambles to stop aides from slipping internet hoaxes on Trump’s desk: report

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Aides to President Donald Trump regularly print out fake news and internet hoaxes and place them on the president’s desk in the hopes that he will read them, according to a new report from Politico.

Sources tell Politico that the situation has grown so dire that Chief of Staff Reince Priebus recently sent out a memo asking aides to not put any news stories on the president’s desk, out of fear that they may turn out to be hoaxes that he will impulsively tweet about.

One recent incident involved Deputy National Security Adviser K.T. McFarland printing out a fake Time magazine cover purportedly from the 1970s that predicted a coming Ice Age. As Time itself has documented, the cover was doctored as part of a hoax intended to spread misinformation about climate change.

“Trump quickly got lathered up about the media’s hypocrisy,” Politico writes. “But there was a problem. The 1970s cover was fake, part of an Internet hoax that’s circulated for years. Staff chased down the truth and intervened before Trump tweeted or talked publicly about it.”

This is relevant because aides will regularly slip Trump stories to manipulate him and get him on board with their agenda — Trump’s infamous tweet about former President Barack Obama illegally wiretapping Trump Tower, for instance, reportedly came after he read an article that was placed on his desk that falsely claimed Obama had spied on him during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Additionally, Politico‘s sources say that Trump fired Deputy Chief of Staff Katie Walsh earlier this year after someone slipped an article posted on conspiracy theorist Chuck Johnson’s website alleging that Walsh was responsible for all the damaging leaks coming out of the administration.
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Trump asked two top intelligence officials to deny Russia collusion: Washington Post

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The President of Moldova urged the European Union to freeze the aid package in the amount of 100 million euros.

Moldovan President Igor Dodon accused the European Union of providing "geopolitical support" to his country to keep pro-European governments in power in Chisinau.

In an interview with Radio Liberty, Dodon said that he appealed to the EU officials to freeze the aid package to Moldova in the amount of 100 million euros. He said he welcomed the EU decision of 16 May to postpone a minimum of one month's vote on the provision of financial assistance to Chisinau.

"Moldova gets a lot of support from our foreign partners, and I'm grateful to them for that, but very often it was geopolitical support, not intended to improve the lives of Moldovans, but intended to keep a number of corrupt officials and oligarchic governments in power," Dodon said.

As reported earlier, Dodon said earlier that the signing of Moldova's association agreement with the EU in 2014 was a mistake. He is also against Moldova's entry into NATO.

At the same time, Igor Dodon strongly emphasizes the importance of partnership with Russia. In March, he met with Russian President Vladimir Putin and asked him to conclude an agreement with Moldova on dual citizenship.

Also, Dodon was the only foreign leader who visited this year's military parade in Moscow on May 9.
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Ukraine baned russian speacking social media

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banned are Yandex, VK, Odnoklasniki, and others.

additionally President Poroshenko ordered the total spying on all russian speacking Facebook in Ukraine.
the System goes from spying by using FBI tools against Mod and Mafia down to the paying head money for sneatches and others, who will report the "separatism". de facto everyone who said that he oposes or is not happy with new dictature in Ukraine can get up to 10 years prison now. (the ukrainian court just sentenced the guy for oposing maidan by posting his opinion in Facebook for 5 years)

Ukrainian Parliament stripped all soviet WW2 veterans of their privileges and support and added privileges and extra payments to the old neonazis and war criminals. additionally the ukrainian parliament declared that all ukrainian soldiers, who were in ATO are now WW3 veterans.
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Big Denial

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