CJCS visits Iraq

This week on War News Radio, North Korea threatened to conduct another nuclear test after the United Nations recommended its leaders face charges of crimes against humanity, 4 rabbis were killed in a Jerusalem Synagogue, President Obama unveiled a new immigration plan, Israeli forces destroyed the home of a Palestinian man responsible for the deaths of two people in October, and more.

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From the November show, Leo Elliot’s piece on the disparities between U.S. narratives and policy regarding the struggle between ISIS and the Kurds.

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This week on War News Radio, Israel announced building plans for 200 new settler homes, 47 were killed in a suicide bombing outside a school in Nigeria, President Obama announced plans to overhaul the nation’s immigration enforcement system, and more.

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This month on War News Radio, ” Facing the Unknown.” We are showcasing stories of protest and ongoing battles around the world. Take a listen. Special thanks to our audio editors: Jerry Qin and Lily Tyson.

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This week on War News Radio, clashes erupted in East Jerusalem, around 1,500 people stormed the parliament building in the capital of Burkina Faso, the main secularist party won a decisive victory in Tunisia’s parliamentary elections, and more.

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This week on War News Radio, the World Health Organization reports almost 5,000 have died from Ebola in West Africa, a United States jury finds four ex-Blackwater security guards guilty, Iraqi Kurdish lawmakers approve a plan to send fighters to the Syrian town of Kobani, an armed gunman attacks the Canadian parliament, and more.

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