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A breakdown of what's going on in the world.
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North Korea Is Reportedly Testing Anthrax-Tipped Missiles

The country allegedly wants to see if the deadly bacteria can survive a flight on an ICBM.
River Donaghey
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The White House Says Russia Spread 'False Narratives' About Syria

A declassified White House report claims the Kremlin tried to confuse people about the recent Syrian chemical attacks.
Allie Conti
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What Trump's Missile Strike Means for Syrians Like Me

As an asylum seeker in the US, I understand why so many cheered the attack on Assad's airbase.
Loubna Mrie
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Trump Somehow Blamed a Syrian Gas Attack on Obama

After a tragedy got the world's attention, the administration released a strange statement.
Drew Schwartz
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This Bike Lock Is Supposed to Make Thieves Vomit if They Cut It

Cyclists may soon start waging chemical warfare on thieves.
Mike Pearl
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Everything You Should Know About Carfentanil, the Drug Even Deadlier Than Fentanyl

It's allegedly been used as a chemical weapon and is an elephant tranquilizer—now, it's being spiked into heroin.
Allison Tierney

The Hangover News

This weekend, The Sun published a photo of the Queen doing a Nazi salute as a child, and it was claimed that ISIS has set up its first European training camp.
Mac Hackett

The Hangover News

This weekend, details of the bribes allegedly paid to Fifa's vice president were announced, and a deed pollLAD legally changed his name to avoid paying Ryanair a huge name-change fee.
Mac Hackett

The Hangover News

This weekend, Farage offered the Tories a post-election deal, and a woman tried to find the father of her baby on Gumtree.
Mac Hackett

Canadian Weapons Companies Increased Sales to Human Rights Abusers in 2013

Ottawa is exporting less military aid overall, but upping shipments to India, Egypt, Tunisia, as well as other non-NATO allies with questionable moral records.
Justin Ling

Halabja Is Still Dealing with Its Devastating Chemical Attack

A quarter of a century after Saddam bombed the town in Kurdish Iraq, the effects are still being felt.
Orlando Crowcroft