How Did These Ancient Syrian Artifacts End Up at the Met?" Asked the OBSERVER.

"How art travels around the world, away from its place of origin, is a process that’s received much attention recently as governmental investigative bodies work to return looted artifacts to their rightful owners. Tomorrow(31 October 2019), the Metropolitan Museum of Art will launch an exhibition called “Rayyane Tabet / Alien Property” that will examine the specific process of transference underwent by ninth-century B.C.E. stone reliefs that were excavated from Tell Halaf, Syria at the beginning of the 20th century by German archaeologist named Baron Max von Oppenheim" wrote Helen Holmes for the Observer.

Biden says there's "absolutely" systemic racism in law enforcement and beyond

Former Vice President Joe Biden says there is "absolutely" systemic racism in law enforcement, but noted the problem is much broader than just law enforcement. Biden made the comments in an interview with "CBS Evening News" anchor and managing editor Norah O'Donnell in CBS News' primetime special "Justice for All."

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Trump is the weakest strongman in the world: Foreign Policy Magazine

WASHINGTON, (ST)- The US Foreign Policy Magazine said in a recent article that US President Donald Trump has become the weakest strongman in the world because of his government’s use of violence against the protests that have been sweeping the United States over the killing of George Floyd, a US citizen of African origin, on May 25 by a US officer who was kneeling on Floyd’s neck, ignoring his pleas.

The Magazine said in an article by Stephen Walt, Professor of international relations at Harvard University, that “Donald Trump’s use of violence and division isn’t a symbol of authority- it’s a sign of desperation. It is difficult to predict what is going to happen when mass protesters go up against the coercive apparatus of the government.”

British intelligence services recruited ISIS terrorist to collect data on military facilities in Syria

ISIS terrorist acknowledged that the British intelligence services had recruited him to o collect information about Syrian and Russian military facilities in Syria in order to target them.

"Special services of Great Britain forced ISIS terrorist to work for themselves, instructing them to collect information about Russian military facilities in the Arab country," Muhammad Hussein Saud, a former militant of the terrorist group “Islamic State”, who was recruited after he decided to return to Palmyra, told Russian journalists about this.

The Trump Regime Is Beginning to Topple

Over the course of his presidency, Donald Trump has indulged his authoritarian instincts—and now he’s meeting the common fate of autocrats whose people turn against them, according to an article written by Franklin Foer in The Atlantic magazine

The writer said: "As in the case of many such revolutions, two battles are being waged in America. One is a long struggle against a brutal and repressive ideology. The other is a narrower fight over the fate of a particular leader. The president rose to power by inflaming racial tensions. He now finds his own fate enmeshed in the struggle against police brutality and racism.

Trump hid from protests in underground bunker, report says

President Donald Trump was reportedly taken by the Secret Service to an underground bunker beneath the White House that’s intended to defend against terrorist attacks as protesters gathered outside the White House, according to a report in The New York Times.


The Times said Secret Service was nervous about Trump’s safety Friday night and he was taken to the bunker by Secret Service agents as protesters clashed with police near the White House.

Cynthia McKinney: Racism is in the DNA of the USA

Former US congresswoman Cynthia McKinney has proposed the establishment of a permanent, independent board, similar to the National Transportation Safety Board, empowered with all necessary authority to investigate and impose solutions, including prosecution, to end criminal police behavior as well as prosecutorial misconduct—free from partisan political considerations.

"This proposed board would also be responsible for maintaining statistical data on such things as in-custody deaths, racial and ethnic civilian encounters with police, and other pertinent information. Such a board would make the obvious statement that criminal police behavior and prosecutorial misconduct are unacceptable and are considered anathema to U.S. national security policy," McKinney said in a post on her Facebook account.