A newly declassified British diplomatic cable is shedding new light on the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre. According to the document, written on June 5, 1989 — just over 24 hours after the mass killing — the death toll was at least 10,000. This is more than three times the estimate of nearly 3,000 commonly reported.

Afghanistan’s Interior Ministry reported on December 28 that 41 people were killed and 30 wounded by multiple bomb blasts at a Shiite Tebyan cultural center in Kabul.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said a bomb blast in a St. Petersburg supermarket the on December 27 was an act of terrorism and that the FSB could use deadly force.

Americans should heed what is happening in Europe, and avoid entrapment in a regionalized super-state in our own hemisphere.

Citing an “appalling” climate for what the United Nations dishonestly characterizes as “human rights,” scandal-plagued UN “High Commissioner for Human Rights” Zeid bin Ra'ad Al Hussein is planning to step down this summer.

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