Headlines for March 23, 2018

Trump Ousts McMaster, Names John Bolton National Security Adviser, Trump Orders Tariffs on Chinese Goods, Sparking Trade War Fears, Congress OKs Record Military Funds in $1.3T Spending Bill, Trump’s Personal Lawyer John Dowd Quits Amid Trump Attacks on Mueller, Syria: Eastern Ghouta Rebels Surrender in Exchange for Safe Passage, Leobardo Vázquez Becomes 3rd Mexican Journalist Murdered in 2018, French Unions Strike, Citing President Macron’s Public Sector Attacks, Somalia: Al-Shabab Bombing in Mogadishu Kills 18, AP: Hurricane Harvey Toxic Releases Far Worse Than Previously Known, Kenya: Last Male Northern White Rhinoceros Dies, Former Model Says Trump Offered Her Cash After Sex, Citigroup Becomes First Major Bank to Address Gun Sales, California: Protesters Delay NBA Game over Sacramento Police Shooting, At Least One Dead in Southern France as ISIS Supporter Takes Hostages

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Town leaders honor Confederate flag

Tombstone, formed 13 years after the Civil War ended, opened its city streets to a parade of Confederate flags in the first week of March, bringing criticism that racism is alive and well in town. Much to the chagrin of local African-Americans and advocacy organizations, nearly 20 Confederate enthusiasts took to the streets, stars and […]

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Coca-Cola And Nestlé To Privatize The Largest Reserve Of Water In South America

  By Amanda Froelich Truth Theory Update: As of March 15, 2018, both Coca-Cola and Nestle have denied allegations that they seek to privatize the Guarani Aquifier in South America. A spokesperson for Coca-Cola’s Brazilian division said in a statement: “Coca-Cola is not negotiating with any government of any country the exploitation of the Guaraní […]

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