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American warplanes have been participating in war games in Poland as part of a training mission for a massive NATO military drill amid tensions between Washington and Moscow over the Ukraine crisis.
The US government refuses to release thousands of photographs showing abuse and torture of people detained by its military in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The following is a lightly edited version of a speech Philip Giraldi gave on in Washington during the anti-AIPAC and Netanyahu visit demonstrations.
Forty seven US senators' letter to high ranking Iranian officials, in which they have declared any nuclear deal probably signed with Iran would not be legally binding by the next president and can be invalidated, was not a surprise and unexpected attempt. Abdolreza Ghofrani, a former senior diplomat and international …