Hillary Clinton and Kurdish female fighters

Hillary Clinton’s new Kurdish television show

Hillary and Chelsea Clinton are set to produce a new TV drama based on the experience of female Kurdish fighters in Rojava (Northern Syria). Based on Gayle Tzemach Lemmon’s The Daughters of Kobani: A Story of Rebellion, Courage, and Justice, the series revolves around the exploits of members of the Women’s Protection Units (YPJ) in their …

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Cracks Detected in International Space Station

Houston, we have a problem. Russian aerospace engineers discovered “one more crack” in the International Space Station (ISS) this week, says mission lead Vladimir Solovyov. “So far, we have found one place and suspect another, whereas some kind of leak exists,” Solovyov said. He described the air loss as “insignificant.” The ISS typically maintains air …

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Joe Biden Kurdish Question

Turkey’s Strange Biden Claims

Turkey – with its rampant incarceration of journalists and educators, its long history of civil rights violations against minority groups, and its duplicitous relationship with the Islamic State – has long-been a NATO ally that brings the entire organization into question. To start this next chapter of Turkish/American relations, high-level AKP officials have spread a conspiracy theory …

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The Real Moby Dick

At the age of 32, novelist Herman Melville had just released his new novel: Moby-Dick. Despite a lack of buyers and positive reviews, the young author had high hopes for the new work. In a promotional spirit, and perhaps a bit of guilt, Melville traveled to Nantucket to visit the fictional home part of Captain …

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