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  • Documentary: VICE - Return To Yemen And Church And States. Part One: Return to Yemen - Last year, Yemen's Houthi rebels launched a massive military campaign. Part Two: Church and States - While many Americans cheered the Supreme Court's decision to legalize same-sex marriage,
  • Canadians protest deportations
  • Photo of a business located next to Our Place. You can see that barbed wire has been added around the shrubbery in an attempt to keep out the addicts who were using the bushes for nefarious purposes.
  • Donald Trump with a loaded gun finger poiunted at his own head. www.AlistairReignBlog.com
  • According to Yemen Health Ministry’s report about the cholera situation in Yemen from April 27 to July 6, 2017, the total number of suspected cholera cases is 291,554, and half of the sick are children.
  • Short Film Diary Of Life Under Islamic State Control – Alistair Reign News Blog It was Mother's Day when DAESH took over his city Al-Raqqah. The sudden siege by Islamic Extremist fighters was horrific and shocking - and the horrific violence on unsuspecting civilians was immediate. Two young journalists were publicly beheaded for speaking to media - punishment for speaking to the press or using social media is beheading.
  • Victoria's 'Homeless' Drug Addicts
  • The Gritty Reality Of The World's War On Terrorists. This is a continuous news feed that is updated regularly. The window will open to the latest video, and play through to the last. You can always fast forward and rewind. Each video varies in length from 1:00 min up to 20:00 minutes. Warning: This playlist contains graphic images of war, injury and death.
  • Tahani, 8, is seen with her husband Majed, 27, and her former classmate Ghada, 8, and her husband, outside their home in Hajjah, Yemen. 26 July, 2010. Photo Credit: © Stephanie Sinclair/VII/Tooyoungtowed.org
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  • The incident took place in the town of Manbij on Tuesday. Around eight families were struck while they were trying to escape the attack launched by Arab and Kurdish forces against Islamic State (IS) group fighters in Manbij. 85 civilians, including 11 children have been killed, according to the statement of the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Besides, dozens were wounded.
  • - New powers for Canada's spy agency are unconstitutional and represent an extraordinary reversal of the traditional role of the judiciary, two national groups say in a newly filed legal challenge of the Conservative government's omnibus security bill.
  • Outcry as Oromo protests in Ethiopia turn violent: One Oromo farmer from Sululta, a town part of the “integrated master plan” located 26 kilometers (16 miles) to the north of Addis Ababa, spoke to DW on condition of anonymity. He claimed that in late November alone, the government evicted 600 farming families on the grounds that their land was needed for the construction of a factory. When asked if they had received fair compensation and a new home, the farmer told DW that the money given to them was “very meager,” and that the families had so far not been given a place to relocate to.
  • Saudi-led friendly fire in Yemen kills 20 people.
  • Part one: Abdullah became king in 1999 on the death of his father who ruled 47 years. King Abdullah II of Jordan sat down with Scott Pelley of 60 Minutes, and discussed how Islamophobia plays into the strategy of Islamic extremists. Part two: President Obama’s nuclear strategy says that while the threat of all-out nuclear war is remote, the risk of nuclear attack somewhere in the world has actually increased. 60 Minutes decided to take a close look at how that attack might occur and found both the U.S. and Russia are developing nuclear weapons that make the once unthinkable decision to use them “less difficult.” Part three: Pablo Picasso’s former electrician, 77-year-old Pierre Le Guennec and his wife Danielle, came forward with a trove of 271 never-before-seen Picasso pieces. The revelation of the existence of these works stunned the art world and the Picasso heirs. The Le Guennecs say they were a gift from the master. But were they? Whitaker finds a fascinating story befitting a painter who was probably the greatest artist of the 20th Century.

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  • Victoria's 'Homeless' Drug Addicts
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  • GOP Caption winner first place on AlistairReignBlog.com
  • Donald Trump and a Cheshire cat have the same smug smile.
  • In episode two he addresses the assassination of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and the humanitarian catastrophe in the impoverished Republic of Yemen. Minhaj warns America to reconsider their attitude toward Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Salman.
  • What if Donald Trump is elected President of the United States?
  • Take Our Poll: Come on in and tell us who haunted your nightmares! Which vampire had the most ferocious fangs?
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  • Way-back Machine: Who Vogue'd It Best? Take our poll at Alistair Reign News Blog: AlistairReignBlog.com

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