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The Free Press can only thrive when competition
in the marketplace of ideas is encouraged rather than
limited by law, dictate, or perhaps worse, group think.

TOP STORIES WORLD TRIBUNE 

  • Free speech advocate challenges Charlottesville narrative: Roles of Soros, McAuliffe questioned
    by World Tribune on August 15, 2017 at 4:30 pm

    by WorldTribune Staff, August 15, 2017 A former top tech exec for Business Insider, who had been scheduled to speak in Charlottesville, VA on Aug. 12, has contradicted the major media narrative of the tragic events that has been frequently repeated and reinforced by Virginia authorities. Pax Dickinson, a free speech advocate, provided a report based [… […]

  • Israel accelerates construction of underground wall around Gaza
    by World Tribune on August 15, 2017 at 4:21 pm

    by WorldTribune Staff, August 15, 2017 Israel, under an accelerated schedule, hopes to have an underground border wall along its side of the 37-mile (60-kilometer) border with the Gaza Strip completed within two years. The sensor-equipped wall, which will cost $1.1 billion, is being constructed as a counter-measure to terror tunnels used by Hamas fighters [… […]

INTEL — BRIEF WORLD TRIBUNE 

  • As UN sanctions hit, N. Korea’s ‘No. 2’ pays 10-day visit to Iran

    Special to WorldTribune.com By Geostrategy-Direct In the same week the United Nations Security Council unanimously voted on new sanctions on North Korea, a delegation of economic and military officials from Pyongyang, including the country’s “No. 2” leader, arrived in Teheran for a 10-day visit. Iran’s official IRNA news agency reported that Kim Yong-Nam, chairman of [… […]

  • Analysts: Don’t assume N. Korea will play by doomsday rules; China seen exploiting crisis

    Special to WorldTribune.com By Geostrategy-Direct, June 14, 2017 Targets of a nuclear North Korea should not assume the Kim Jong-Un regime would adhere to the rules of war that constrain Russia and the United States, analysts say. Pyongyang would likely ignore the Outer Space Treaty prohibiting the deployment or use of nuclear weapons in orbit [… […]

CHINA WORLD TRIBUNE 

  • India defies missile-exporting China with cruise missile sale to Vietnam

    by WorldTribune Staff, August 14, 2017 India’s sale to Vietnam of a short-range, supersonic anti-ship missile has opened a new conflict in an already tense situation with China, an analyst said. Vietnam will receive the BrahMos which is considered one of the most effective and lethal anti-ship missiles in the world, with speeds reaching Mach [… […]

  • Trump, Xi huddle by phone on Korea; Pyongyang threatens Seoul for aligning with West

    by WorldTribune Staff, August 13, 2017 U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping spoke by phone on Aug. 12 and reached an agreement that North Korea “must stop its provocative and escalatory behavior,” the White House said in a statement. Trump and Xi “also reiterated their mutual commitment to the denuclearization of the [… […]

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