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Although the media are perversely keen on documenting every death from coronavirus, they are equally keen on shutting down all inquiry into the death of young DNC data analyst Seth Rich, murdered by unknown assailants in Washington, D.C., on July 10, 2016.

As recent events have revealed, the FBI apparently shares the media's disinclination to explore the cause of this one untimely death.

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NPR reporter David Folkenflik had less interest in solving Seth Rich's murder than he did in slandering Butowsky.
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President Donald Trump on Wednesday warned of a potential Iranian attack on U.S. forces in Iraq.

According to an afternoon tweet from the president, intelligence suggests Iran and its terror affiliates have been "planning a sneak attack" on American assets in the region. https://www.wnd.com/2020/04/tr....ump-warns-iran-plann

Trump warns Iran is 'planning a sneak attack on U.S. troops,' issues threat - WND
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Far more aggressive at the outset of the new year, Iran has quieted substantially in recent weeks as it grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic.
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In countries around the world, public places such as schools, stores, theme parks and even houses of worship have shuttered their doors in an effort to promote social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Yet there is one place that is still seeing its share of visitors despite these measures, and that is a pair of Islamic shrines located in Qom, Iran. The city is considered holy to Shiite Muslims and draws pilgrims from around the globe.

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We are all in need of comfort, and turning to God in uncertain times is admirable. Spreading coronavirus, however, is not.
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The World Health Organization (WHO) spends twice as much on travel as it does on medical supplies, according to its most recent financial report.

Eight percent of the WHO’s budget in 2018 went to travel expenses, while just 4% went to medical supplies and materials, the report shows.

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