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1.) Iran and Saudi Arabia's cold war is making the Middle East even more dangerous
It's amazing Prince Saud managed to ask his question with straight face. Saudi Arabia was also taking sides, providing large numbers of weapons
to rebels in Syria, some of them Islamist extremists who have
contributed to the conflict's downward spiral. Syria had become more
than just a civil war: it was a proxy conflict between Iran and Saudi
Arabia, both of which were escalating the war in their effort to combat
Over the past decade, the Saudis and Iranians have supported opposing
political parties, funded opposing armies, and directly waged …
LE has been arresting webmasters and shutting down websites from MyRedbook to RentBoy. LE has and is conducting local, national and global stings against Backpage's customers and their clients, the johns. January is 'National John Sting' month.
I've wrote about how easy it is to beat a police stings...
Late on March 12, the Russian Foreign Ministry’s official Twitter feeds began mocking the British government with tweets accusing the British of blaming Russia for everything, even the weather.
posts followed an accusation by UK Prime Minister Theresa May on March
12 that Russia was “highly likely” to be behind the poisoning of former
spy Sergei Skripak, his daughter, and a number of UK bystanders, using a
powerful nerve agent from the Novichok family.
The Ministry’s Russian-language feed, @mid_rf, was the first to post
a video showing snow in Britain, together with the awkward caption
“#HighlyLikelyRussia casted snow on Britain” and the equally awkward
Cyrillic transliteration, “ХайлиЛайклиРаша.”
Half an hour later, the Ministry’s English-language feed followed suit.
The two posts continued a pattern of defensive comments from Russian officials and media, which, as @DFRLab has already reported, follow the pattern of “dismiss, distort, distract, dismay.”