Facebook sued for allowing militia ‘call to arms’ before Kenosha shootings

Facebook is being sued for allowing “white racist militias” to make the call to arms that allegedly led to the deadly shootings in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The social media giant is one of six defendants in a lawsuit filed in federal court Tuesday — along with accused teen killer Kyle Rittenhouse, militia groups the Kenosha Guard and the Boogaloo Bois, and

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Pyongyang facility 'linked to North Korea's missile programme'

Satellite images suggest facility near Pyongyang airport likely designed to support missile operations, think-tank says. North Korea is building a facility near Pyongyang International Airport that is large enough to accommodate all its ballistic missiles, according to a new report from a prominent think-tank based in the United States. In a report on Tuesday, the Center for Strategic and International

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Kelly Brook ‘shaken’ as £3 million London home burgled by thieves

Kelly Brook is ‘terrified’ after her London home was burgled. An intruder is thought to have escaped with electrical items and jewellery after they reportedly broke into the model’s £3 million home on Tuesday. According to MailOnline, the 40-year-old disturbed the thief when returning from her stint on Heart FM. Police officers were called, arriving at her flat between 7pm

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Kevin Spacey As Frank Underwood in Another Bizarre Christmas Eve Video

Here’s Kevin Spacey with another cryptic video on Christmas Eve … returning as Frank Underwood and reminding everyone out there to “kill them with kindness.” For the second year in a row, Kevin posted a bizarre video the day before Xmas … once again slipping into his former “House of Cards” character to deliver a strange message. Kevin says he’s

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Dozens killed as uprising grips Iraq

BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Dozens of demonstrators were killed across Iraq on Thursday and Friday as violent protests against government corruption swelled into a mass spontaneous uprising sweeping much of the country, the worst unrest since the defeat of Islamic State. Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi called for calm but protesters scorned his promises of political reform. The country’s most influential

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