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President Assad’s regime is being accused of launching a chemical attack on the Syrian opposition, but impartial experts are casting doubt on the veracity of those claims.

With empty promises of jobs and prosperity, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) proposes political and economic merger of Europe and the United States.

With backing from U.S. one-worlders, the nations of Europe are being forced into a federation ruled by autocrats in Brussels — whether Europeans want it or not.

At least 24 Egyptian policemen riding on two buses near the town of Rafah — a city in the Sinai Peninsula on the Egyptian-Gaza border — were killed in an attack by unknown terrorists on August 19. BBC News reported that there were conflicting reports about the details of the attack.

Protests by supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi continued across Egypt on August 16, as the Muslim Brotherhood staged a “Day of Rage.” The protests were often violent, and witnesses reported four protest-related deaths in central Cairo, four in the Mediterranean town of Damietta, and four more in the northeastern city of Ismailia. 

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