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20 Dec 15
Is Obama driving millennials toward hopelessness?
Today’s
young adults are much less likely to believe in the American Dream than
were young adults in 1986, and analysts have attributed this surge in
pessimism to factors such as wage stagnation, mounting college debt and
the economic damage caused by the Great Recession.  
Syria war: Third of rebels share IS aims, report claims
About
a third of rebel groups in Syria – some 100,000 fighters – share the
ideology of so-called Islamic State (IS), new research suggests.

The Centre on Religion and Geopolitics, linked to former UK Prime
Minister Tony Blair, said defeating IS militarily “would not end global
jihadism”.

That would require an “intellectual and theological defeat” of its
ideology.  

China landslide: 22 buildings collapse in Shenzhen industrial park
Some
22 buildings have collapsed in a landslide at an industrial park in the
southern Chinese city of Shenzhen.

About 900 people have been evacuated, with four people pulled alive from
rubble with minor or no injuries, the local government said. No
fatalities have been reported.

Shenzhen’s fire brigade said it was working to free other trapped
people. At least 22 remain missing.  

Bomb found on Air France flight headed to Paris
A
bomb was found on board an Air France flight heading to Paris on Sunday
after a suspicious device was discovered in one of the plane’s toilets.

Air France Flight 463 was flying from Port Louis, Mauritius toward
Paris, France, when it made an emergency landing in Mombasa, Kenya,
according to the Kenya Airports Authority.  

China complains about U.S. plane straying into disputed airspace
China
is once again complaining that the United States violated its sovereign
territory by coming near artificial islands in the South China Sea.  
Iraqi soldiers may have been hit by coalition friendly fire
The
U.S.-led coalition will investigate after the Iraqi military said its
forces suffered casualties from friendly fire during airstrikes on ISIS
positions.

The coalition, which offered condolences for “the unfortunate loss of
life” of Iraqis on the front lines, said the strikes took place Friday
near Falluja.  

Turkey’s Erdogan meets Hamas leader Meshaal in Istanbul
Turkish
President Tayyip Erdogan met with Khaled Meshaal, leader of Palestinian
militant group Hamas, on Saturday in Istanbul, Turkish presidential
sources said, a day after Israel and Turkey said they were close to
patching up five-year political rift.  
Longest-serving Lebanese prisoner in Israel killed in Syria
Samir
Kantar, a Lebanese who was convicted of executing one of the most
notorious attacks in Israeli history and spent nearly three decades in
an Israeli prison, has been killed in an Israeli airstrike that targeted
a residential building near the Syrian capital, the Lebanese Shiite
Hezbollah group said Sunday.  
“Most Liberal” US College Unleashes Demands For “Deconstructing The White Supremacist, Capitalist System”
The
manifesto for the micro-aggressives has been unleashed on an unknowing
“safe-space”-seeking, politically-corrected, American public. Students
at no lesser liberalist college than Oberlin, Ohio, have released 14
pages of full social-justice-warrior-tard warning that they are “not
polite requests, but concrete and unmalleable demands.”  
Fierce fighting in northern Yemen kills at least 75
Fierce
fighting and airstrikes by a Saudi-led coalition pounded northern Yemen
on Saturday, as the two main parties in the country’s conflict
continued to violate a ceasefire agreement and undermine already tenuous
peace talks in Switzerland.  

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