Week in Review: Europe’s Immigration Crisis, Russians in Syria, Chemical Warfare, EPA Power Grab, and More
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Europe’s intractable crisis
Russia fighting in Syria
Pentagon confirms Islamic State’s use of chemical weapons
The EPA’s federal power grab
“[Iran’s Quds Force commander] General Suleimani said that the collapse of American power in the region has happened,” Iran’s Assembly of Experts member Hojat al-Islam Seyyed Mojtaba Taheri said. “He gave the factors for this collapse, and one of the most influential reasons for it is the strong logic of the Islamic Republic of Iran in various arenas.”
Five Chinese Navy ships are currently operating in the Bering Sea off the coast of Alaska, Pentagon officials said Wednesday, marking the first time the U.S. military has seen them in the area.
A new poll showed for the first time that a majority of Scots would support independence if another vote was staged now.
Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk Kim Davis was jailed for refusing to submit to court authority to issue marriage licenses to homosexuals. She chose to submit to “God’s authority” instead.
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