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Intense fighting broke out between the Iraqi Army and Yazidi fighters affiliated to the Kurdish rebel group the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) on May 1 and 2 in the region of Sinjar, in northwestern Iraq. The clashes displaced thousands of Yazidi people for a second time – as many as were only recently resettled in the area after fleeing the Islamic State group in 2014. Our Observer told us about fleeing the fighting and what it has felt like to return to life in a displaced persons camp.
Jerry Bruckheimer, who produced the “Pirates of the Caribbean” films, has reportedly had his say about Johnny Depp continuing to appear in the franchise.
Companies around the nation have been forced to respond to a baby formula shortage and Nestlé is now flying products from Europe to accelerate things.
Left-wing news site Deadspin was ripped by critics for referring to White fans watching Black NBA players compete in the playoffs as “White supremacy.”
Black Lives Matter paid nearly $4M to board secretary, co-founder’s brother, and father of her child
The Black Lives Matter Global network foundation dished out millions in consulting fees, including to a board member and to individuals closely associated with its co-founder Patrisse Cullors.
More than three years after announcing he was motivated to run for office to redeem “the soul of the nation” from a surge of White nationalism, President Joe Biden arrived Tuesday in another American city marred by an act of violent racism.
The new drama “Pleasure” is a brutal and provocative look at the adult film industry, offering a “female perspective” on what it’s like to shoot porn.
In one brief and shaky video, a small object appeared to zip past a military pilot. In a separate video and a similar photo taken at a different time, glowing triangles are seeing in the night sky.
The retired Russian colonel who said last week that Russia needs to “replenish” its losses in Ukraine has returned to state television with a new warning for the Kremlin – that the situation “will get worse” the longer the war drags on.