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Taliban orders Donald Trump to remove U.S. troops from Afghanistan

Taliban orders Donald Trump to remove U.S. troops from Afghanistan

As per the data shared by US Department of Defence with GAO, about 86 percent of the funds were provided through the Afghanistan Security Forces Fund (ASFF), which was established in 2005. "You must also not hand over the Afghan issue to warmongering generals, but must make a decision where history shall remember you as an advocate of peace".


Hate groups on the rise in the U.S. and MI

Hate groups on the rise in the U.S. and MI

At the weekend, groups including the Ku Klux Klan neo-Nazis marched through a Virginia college campus chanting "we will not be replaced" and holding flags bearing swastikas. However, though the current number is double the number of hate groups that existed in 1999, it falls short of the high of 1,018 hate groups recognized by the organization in 2011.


Gert declared a hurricane, but not a big threat to Atlantic Canada

Gert declared a hurricane, but not a big threat to Atlantic Canada

As of early this morning (Tuesday), Gert was about 725 kilometres west of Bermuda. The National Hurricane Center noted that as Gert has increased in strength, ocean swells generated by Gert will spread northward along the east coast of the United States from North Carolina northward to Long Island during the next couple of days.


Experts suspect North Korea is 'still mastering' nuclear missile delivery

Experts suspect North Korea is 'still mastering' nuclear missile delivery

Reuters reports that the Pentagon said the United States and South Korea would proceed as planned with a joint military exercise in 10 days, an action sure to further antagonize North Korea. "They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen ". Tourists haven't been deterred from visiting the tropical island of Guam even though the USA territory has been the target of threats from North Korea during a week of angry words exchanged by Pyongyang and Washington.


Boston Holocaust Memorial vandalized again, 1 arrested

Boston Holocaust Memorial vandalized again, 1 arrested

A police officer and bystander survey the damage to the memorial on Monday. The New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston was vandalized for the second time since June, the Boston Globe reported on Monday. The Mayor of Boston was " saddened to see such a despicable action ". The site was rededicated back in July after a June attack forced the city to fix the memorial.