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2016 Ford Focus RS Packs 315 Horsepower In A Turbo 2.3L

2016 Ford Focus RS

Detroit, Michigan – Ford Motor Company announced Tuesday that the new 2016 Ford Focus RS will be powered by a 2.3 Liter turbocharged 4-cylinder, have a manual transmission, and all-wheel drive. This brutal combination is bound to make hot-hatch buffs ...

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Why America Funds Some Terrorist Groups And Not Others

Reagan Meeting With Afghan Fighters In White House

There is an old saying that goes something like this: “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.” And that same logic is often applied in the world of global conflict. At times your own interests are best served by ...

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US Department Of State Says Not To Go To Israel

Israel Map US Department of State

Washington D.C. – If you’ve got a hankering to travel to Israel, the US Department Of State says not to do it. The US has released a travel warning, urging citizens and international travelers not to travel to Israel at ...

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Orbital Sciences Signs 1 Billion Dollar Deal With Energiya to Buy Engines

US firm signs $1 Billion Deal with Russia’s Energia to buy 60 Rocket engines

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A deal worth a billion dollars has been made between US-based space firm Orbital Sciences Corporation and the state-owned Energiya from Russia. Orbital Sciences has also made a contract with the space agency NASA to send rockets on supply missions ...

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Astronauts from US and Russia to go on One Year Space Mission

U.S. and Russian astronauts to go on one-year space mission

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In another joint mission in space of the US and Russia, American Astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian Cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko will spend 12 months on the ISS (International Space Station) starting in this year in the month of March, confirms ...

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US Absence From Paris March Against Terrorism Not Taken Lightly

White House Absent From Paris March

Washington, D.C. – Over the weekend millions of French people and their supporters took to the streets of Paris to show their support against the recent attack at the Charlie Hebdo headquarters last week. Many world leaders took the time to ...

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US Red Cross Under Pressure To Stop Donations From Tobacco Companies

American Red Cross Pressured To Stop Donations From Tobacco

The Red Cross in the United States is being put under pressure from the International Red Cross to stop accepting monetary donations from tobacco companies. By continuing to accept the donations from these harmful organizations, they put their international reputation ...

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6 Americans Die From Alcohol Poisoning Daily In US

6 Americans Die Of Alcohol Poisoning

The US Centers For Disease Control And Prevention have released a report on the amount of American’s who have died from alcohol poisoning. Alcohol poisoning causes death in a similar manner to a drug overdose, as that is virtually what ...

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12 Coalition Airstrikes Blast The Bejesus Out Of Islamic State Targets

US and Coalition Warplanes Cause Massive Casualties to ISIS

Kobani, Syria – The United States military has lead a series of successful airstrikes against key targets of the Islamic State over the weekend so far. A group of 12 precise airstrikes took out multiple targets across Syria and Iraq, ...

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Oldest Man in The United States Passes Away at 110 Years of Age

America’s Oldest Man Passes away at 110 on Tuesday

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The oldest man in the US, northern Illinois Rockford to be specific, passed away on tuesday. Conrad Johnson was a Sweden-born man who went away at the age of 110 years and 338 days.   Johnson was an inhabitant of ...

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