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PAYBACK FOR MALALA

Suspected UAV Strike Kills Leader of Pakistani Taliban
By Harold Hutchison

According to multiple media reports, the leader of the Pakistani Taliban was killed in a missile strike believed to have been carried out by an American Unmanned Aerial Vehicle. The Pakistani Taliban is the terrorist organization responsible for the shooting of Malala Yousafzai, a 16-year-old young woman who advocated for the education of girls and women, in October, 2012.

SYRIAN BASE GOES BOOM

Huge Explosion Destroys Latakia
By Harold Hutchison

A Syrian air-defense base in Latakia was destroyed when a huge explosion ripped through it. The blast occurred late Wednesday.

According to a report by the Times of Israel, the base in Latakia had S-125 missiles, also known as the SA-3 Goa. At least one Syrian media outlet claimed that there were no injuries.

Social media reports claimed that the Israeli military was responsible for the blast. Syria has been involved in a civil war since 2011.

INTERPOL CHIEF: ARM CIVILIANS

Suggestion Embraces Concealed Carry
By Harold Hutchison

In the wake of the attack on the Westgate Mall near Nairobi, Kenya, the Secretary-General of Interpol made a suggestion that could make some gun-grabbers uncomfortable. “Societies have to think about how they’re going to approach the problem,” Ronald Noble said. “One is to say we want an armed citizenry; you can see the reason for that.”

TURKEY SOLD OUT ISRAELI SPY RING

Erdogan’s Regime Gave Iran Heads-Up
By Harold Hutchison

An Israeli spy ring in Iran may have been dimed out by the Turkish government, which is seeking closer ties with other countries in the Islamic world.

According to a report by VOA News, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has been increasingly hostile towards Israel in recent years, revealed an Israeli intelligence operation to Iran last year. In April, 2012, Iran arrested 15 people, claiming they were part of an Israeli spy ring.

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STATEMENT BY SECRETARY HAGEL ON OPERATIONS IN LIBYA AND SOMALIA

Over the weekend, U.S. military personnel conducted targeted operations in Libya and Somalia to bring international terrorists to justice. I want to commend all of the service members who were involved in the planning and execution of these two operations, which demonstrate the unparalleled precision, global reach, and capabilities of the United States military.

GOLDEN DAWN TARGETED BY GREEK GOVERNMENT

Neo-Nazi Party Accused of Numerous Crimes
By Harold Hutchison

The Greek government has been cracking down on Golden Dawn, a new-Nazi political party that garnered 7 percent of the vote in the last Greek election. At least five members of the party serving in the Greek parliament have been arrested.

According to media reports, the crackdown began after the stabbing death of Pavlos Fissas, a left-wing musician. Members of the Golden Dawn party were accused. Many of those arrested are being charged with being members of a criminal organization.

DID JOHN MCCAIN LOSE HIS WAR?

UN To Pass Resolution Senator Derides as Weak
By Harold Hutchison

Senator John McCain has described himself as “deeply disappointed” about the terms of the resolution the United Nations Security Council will be voting on. The resolution lacks any option of military force if Syria does not comply, while McCain has been pushing for military action in that conflict, which would be America's third war in the MidEast.