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Iraq takes control of borders ahead of Kurdish independence vote

Iraq’s central government asserted its authority by ordering all Kurdish regions to hand over control of border crossings and airports to the federal government yesterday night, before polling stations were opened to allow 8.4 million Kurds to vote in the historic independence referendum. In an official statement, the country’s National Security Council requested countries around the world to deal with the Iraqi federal government exclusively; in a last ditch attempt to save Iraq from splitting. The referendum has been a major flashpoint in the region. Months of international pressure has failed in getting Kurdish President Massoud Barzani to back down. Turkey, Iraq, even bitter rivals like US and Iran, as well as European states, have been strongly opposed to the […]

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Miss Turkey compares failed coup bloodshed with menstrual blood

The winner of Miss Turkey has had her title stripped from her less than 24 hours after winning the title after an old tweet was discovered where she compared the blood of those who died during the failed military coup in July to her menstrual blood. Eighteen-year-old Itir Esen had her title revoked after a tweet that she wrote a day after the coup on 15 July 2016 was discovered, causing uproar. Many Turks took to the internet to criticise the beauty contest winner’s comparison of her menstrual fluid to the “bloodshed” of the victims who died during the failed coup last year. “This morning I had my period to celebrate the day of the martyrs of July 15. I […]

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Korea’s Largest Messenger App Launching Exchange With 110+ Cryptocurrencies

Korea's Largest Smartphone Messenger App Launching Crypto Exchange With 110+ CryptocurrenciesThe operator of Kakao Stock, a popular Korean securities trading app based on the country’s number one smartphone messenger app Kakao Talk, is launching a cryptocurrency exchange called Upbit. Over 110 cryptocurrencies will be supported initially including bitcoin, ether, and litecoin. The company says that it will be the largest digital currency exchange in South […]

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Erdogan Threatens To Cut Off Kurdish Oil Exports

Turkey could cut off the crude oil flow from the northern Iraqi region of Kurdistan, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday, putting further pressure on Kurdistan over what Ankara sees as an illegitimate separatist vote. Turkey—which is vehemently opposing today’s referendum on independence from Iraq that the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) has called—is crucial to Kurdistan’s oil exports to the world, because most Kurdish oil is moved through a pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan. Turkey has the largest…

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Angry NFL Fans Lash Out, Burn Jerseys Over Protests: “You Can Take Your NFL And Shove It”

With all of the grandstanding and emotional reactions from the NFL over the weekend, the sport’s smartest executives seemingly proved that they have no idea they’re fighting a battle that simply can’t be won. 

While it is clear as day to anyone who can disassociate themselves from the emotional response to being verbally attacked by a tweetstorm (as truly ‘terrifying’ as such a thing can be), the NFL doesn’t seem to understand that while almost every American can agree that football is a great sport, roughly 50% of them will vehemently disagree with whatever political stance any given player or league exec decides to publicly announce.  And, since the NFL’s future depends on selling overpriced ad spots to massive corporations looking for a consistent number of eyeballs, alienating any group of viewers, for whatever reason, is just bad for business.

But don’t take our word for it…here’s just a couple of examples for what the fans had to say over the weekend.

“It’s a disgrace. It’s disgusting. They’re getting paid to do a job…to play ball and do whatever the fans want them to do.”

 

“They’re paying these guys to do a job.  They’re not supposed to be involved in politics.”

Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com

 

Meanwhile, this Ravens fan simply burned his jersey to the tune of the national anthem…

…while this Kansas City Chiefs fan (or ‘former’ fan as it were) was a little more vocal on exactly why he made the decision to burn all of his NFL gear. 

“You can take your Kansas City Chiefs and you can take your NFL and you can shove it.”

 

“Now, think about that and think about the millions a year that you people are making to play a game while we got soldiers overseas that get paid minimum wage to put their lives on the line for that flag.”

 

“Protest does not belong in our NFL sports.  It’s a game.”

But these videos were hardly unique as fans all around the country torched their NFL gear…

I have been a Steelers fan since 1966, but no more. pic.twitter.com/9W4oMl1EhF

— Starving1 (@ArvinGibbs) September 24, 2017

Finally, the owner of the Palmetto Alehouse in South Carolina took things to a whole new level after declaring that his restaurant would not air another NFL game until “all players pay respect to our flag and our country!!!”

“NFL will never be played at Palmetto Alehouse until all players pay respect to our flag and our country!!!” said the business owner to FOX Carolina, calling the players both entitled and arrogant individuals who use their position for advancement.

 

McCraw, an ex-military member, says he found the actions of NFL players protesting the national anthem by kneeling, disrespectful. He said he feels that athletes and people who’ve attained celebrity status should not be telling people what or what not to do because they don’t share the same struggles as people who live normal lives.

 

“I do not support anyone that thinks that our country or our flag is not worth standing for,” he explained.

 

“Our president is our president, but I don’t stand in unity with everything he says,” said the restaurant owner. “This is a country of one people and we need to stand for our flag.”

 

“There are issues in this country that need to be addressed, but disrespecting our flag and our country is not the way to do it,” said McCraw.

 

And as far as how the restaurant owner’s decision will affect business, McCraw says he’s not losing any sleep over it.

 

“It’s no concern for me,” said McCraw. “I’m an ex-military guy. My whole concept is about being local and supporting the community. It is not about supporting a concept that is disrespectful to our flag or our country, and I don’t think the people that come to my bar will feel that this is disrespectful to them.”

FOX Carolina 21

 

So, to all the NFL execs who can’t help but politicize their league, good luck with all those “make-good” advertisements that will come out of your own pockets when your viewership hits an inevitable dip over the coming weeks.

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Global refined product markets may grow less certain, speaker warns

Global oil product markets could become as unstable as their crude oil
counterparts because changing product specifications could reduce output
from overseas refineries that have not been updated, a leading observer
saidThe post Global refined produ…

Bennett: Israel must be ready to deal with Iran unaided

Israel must be prepared to stop Iran’s nuclear programme on its own if the international community fails to succeed, senior Israeli politician Naftali Bennett told the Jerusalem Post yesterday. Bennett, who is also a member of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s security cabinet and leader of the right wing Jewish Home party, made the comments prior to a meeting with Netanyahu in which politicians discussed world leaders’ progress on the Iranian issue. “On the one hand, we need to persuade the US to apply paralysing sanctions of the highest level as soon as possible. Iran must be forced to choose between the nuclear path and a prosperous economy. Since the Iran deal, they haven’t been presented that option,” said Bennet. […]

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Raed Salah alleges torture in Israeli prison

Head of the Islamic Movement Sheikh Raed Salah says he has been chained while being held in an Israeli prison, according to the Palestinian Information Centre. Speaking after a court hearing yesterday, Salah said that his hands and feet were chained together to the extent that it was causing him severe pain. “I had been cuffed with three chains from Ramon jail to Al-Jalama [prison]. I felt that my hands were going to be broken.” Salah was re-arrested on 15 August after his house in Umm Al-Fahm was raided. He was charged with “inciting violence and terrorism”. The Magistrates’ Court extended his detention several times. Read: Israel arrests 20 Palestinians a day Earlier this month, Salah’s lawyer Khaled Zbarga spoke about […]

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HRW: US-led coalition killed dozens in school bombing

US-led coalition forces killed 84 civilians including 30 children in Syria in March because it failed to take adequate precautions in minimising civilian casualties, said Human Rights Watch (HRW) in a 42-page report yesterday. The rights group investigated coalition attacks on a school near Raqqa as well as three other attacks in the area that resulted in significant civilian casualties. While HRW did not dispute coalition claims that it was targeting Daesh fighters, it confirmed that “hundreds” of civilians were also at the site including dozens of people queuing up for bread next to a refugee shelter. In its investigation, HRW interviewed dozens of locals who had witnessed the carnage. A local HRW activist confirmed the names of 145 civilians, […]

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