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Day: May 27, 2019

Pentagon admits it conducted ‘UFO’ investigationsUFOs & ETs

Pentagon admits it conducted ‘UFO’ investigations

The Pentagon has finally admitted it had “researched and investigated” UFOs – or UAPs, as it calls them – and
Teachers allegedly told to favor black students in ‘racial equity’ trainingConspiracy or Not

Teachers allegedly told to favor black students in ‘racial equity’ training

In controversial “implicit bias” training, New York City’s public-school educators have been told to focus on black children over white
China’s Huawei plans to promote smart cities in AfricaRandom News

China’s Huawei plans to promote smart cities in Africa

The world’s second largest continent, Africa, is experiencing one of the fastest urbanization rates globally and Huawei wants to be
Four people stabbed in attack on Russian communist newspaper over refused Stalin articleRandom News

Four people stabbed in attack on Russian communist newspaper over refused Stalin article

At least four employees were wounded after a man with a knife attacked the office of the regional Russian Communist
Washington sanctions threaten Middle East securityWar News

Washington sanctions threaten Middle East security

US sanctions threaten the security of the Middle East, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi has warned. Araqchi made his
World Bank ranks Ukraine as one of the poorest nations in EuropeEconomy & Money

World Bank ranks Ukraine as one of the poorest nations in Europe

Ukraine is rated as one of the poorest countries in Europe and Central Asia when it comes to GDP per
Switzerland boosts investments & exports to RussiaRandom News

Switzerland boosts investments & exports to Russia

Export of Swiss goods to Russia surged over 10 percent last year, reaching nearly 80 percent of the pre-crisis levels,
South Korea switches to Russian crude to replace banned Iranian suppliesRandom News

South Korea switches to Russian crude to replace banned Iranian supplies

South Korea’s largest energy and chemical company, SK innovation, has boosted oil shipments from Russia and other exporters to offset