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Thursday, April 27, 2017

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John Kiriakou | Who, After All, Speaks Today of the Annihilation of the Armenians? 
Demonstrators take part in an event to mark the Armenian genocide. (photo: AFP) 
John Kiriakou, Reader Supported News 
Kiriakou writes: "People of Armenian descent commemorated this week the 101st anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, the Ottoman Empire's systematic extermination of as many as 1.5 million ethnic Armenians in what is now Turkey." 
US Starts 'Swiftly' Installing Controversial Antimissile Battery in South Korea 
Anna Fifield, The Washington Post 
Fifield writes: "The U.S. military started installing a controversial antimissile defense system in South Korea overnight Tuesday, triggering protests and sparking criticism that it was rushing to get the battery in place before the likely election of a president who opposes it." 
Cole Stangler | The Trouble With Macron 
Cole Stangler, Dissent Magazine 
Stangler writes: "Last May, French economic minister Emmanuel Macron got into a heated argument with protesters. Opposed to his government's unpopular labor reforms, they'd just disrupted what was meant to be a stress-free photo op at a tech school in the sleepy Southern town of Lunel." 
Republicans Launch Effort to Roll Back the Dodd-Frank Banking Regulations 
Renae Merle, The Washington Post 
Merle writes: "Rep. Jeb Hensarling on Wednesday launched what is expected to be a protracted fight over easing banking regulations by pointing to who hasn't been supporting his effort: big Wall Street banks." 
Sanders: Trump Tax Plan 'Would Slash Taxes for Himself and His Billionaire Friends' 
Max Greenwood, The Hill 
Greenwood writes: "Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Wednesday railed against President Trump's proposed tax plan, saying it would make the 'rigged economy' even worse." 
ICE Just Unveiled Its Chilling New Anti-Immigrant Hotline 
Rafi Schwartz, Fusion 
Schwartz writes: "On Wednesday morning, the Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Agency introduced VOICE - or the Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement Office - a special new branch created by the Trump administration to, in the agency's words, 'serve the needs of crime victims and their families who have been impacted by crimes committed by removable criminal aliens.'" 
Pharmaceuticals and Pesticides Are Polluting US Rivers and Streams 
John Dyer, Seeker 
Dyer writes: "Most factories thankfully have stopped dumping oils, solvents, and other chemicals into rivers, lakes, and streams. But today caffeine, antihistamines, and other household and agricultural chemicals are likely widespread even in crystal clear water running through seemingly pristine wildernesses, new research has found." 

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