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Tens Of Thousands March In Support Of Government & Khamenei In Iran

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Following several days of violent unrest, tens of thousands of people took to the streets in major Iranian cities in a massive show of support for the government and the country’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei. […] Your News Wire

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CIA Director: World War 3 Will Begin This March

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The head of the CIA has warned that war with North Korea will happen within the next 12 weeks and will likely trigger World War 3.  Whistleblower James Rickards claims CIA Director Mike Pompeo personally […] Your News Wire

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George Soros Has Significant Ties To Women’s March On Washington

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Saturday’s ‘Women’s March” on Washington DC has been portrayed as a spontaneous, organic grass roots effort with independent organization. The media have been trying to make it seem as though the march wasn’t anti-Trump…. but it turns out that billionaire ...

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Nintendo Switch hits stores March 3 for $299.99

Nintendo doesn’t do consoles like everyone else. Microsoft and Sony are competing with each other using traditional high-power gaming boxes that have essentially become small form factor PCs. Nintendo’s new Switch console appeals to a different kind of gamer. After ...

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NASA Say March 5th Asteroid Is Worrying Scientists

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NASA have said that a ‘small’ asteroid currently heading towards Earth is likely to be a “close shave”, and have expressed concern over the mysterious nature of this unusual piece of rock.  Asteroid 2013 TX68 will pass the Earth on ...

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March Madness begins as Hampton trumps Manhattan in play-in

Gregory Shamus/Getty Images Hampton’s Jervon Pressley throws down a dunk in a convincing 10-point win over Manhattan on Tuesday night. DAYTON, Ohio — Steve Masiello had No. 16 Manhattan “obsessed” with Hampton, not wanting the Jaspers to look beyond Tuesday’s ...

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