Ford’s “Vote of Confidence” In Trump Reversed – Company Will Send Jobs To China

Ford has announced that it will move production of its Focus compact car to China, making the car the biggest automotive export from China to the U.S. in history. President Trump, who previously gloated about keeping Ford jobs in the U.S., has yet to respond to the move.

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U.S. Coalition Cleansing Raqqa Of Arabs To Expand Kurdish “Autonomous Region”

As U.S.-backed forces storm the Syrian city of Raqqa in their fight against Daesh (ISIS), a silent cleansing is taking place targeting the city’s Arabs. The U.S.’ Kurdish allies are set to benefit from this cleansing, as it will allow them to annex the city after the battle against Daesh winds down.
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Untreated Sewage Could Flood Gaza As Crippling Power Outages Worsen

Conditions in Gaza are worsening, with grave consequences for both human health and the environment due to untreated wastewater. Worse still, Israel has announced it will cut the electricity it supplies to Gaza by nearly half.
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The Next “Standing Rock”? Florida Protesters Fighting Sabal Trail Pipeline

A pipeline that is under construction in several southern U.S. states has local residents fired up, as they fear potential contamination of their groundwater. The EPA and local authorities have given the pipeline a thumbs-up, despite the likelihood of significant damage to the environment.

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U.S.-Backed Rebels Enter Raqqa, Division Of Syria To Be Pushed After Victory

As U.S.-backed forces enter the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, a plan to divide Syria along sectarian lines is coming to fruition. The plan is not unlike those previously used by the U.S. to divide and conquer other countries in order to exploit their natural resources and strategic value.

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