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March 25, 2013 | by  | in News |
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Obama made his first presidential visit to Israel last week amid cheers and yahoos, one of which was current Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin

In another victory for liberty and scared white men, the proposed US ban on assault weapons failed in the Senate last week as it was dropped
from reforms. Common sense could not be reached for comment.

Chemical weapons have reportedly been used in Syria for the first time in the two-year conflict. Were foreign forces to lend their Mr Muscles and give a Handy Andy to rebels, the conflict could be over in a Jif-fy, as Syria is a sitting duck.

Cyprus continue to hip and hop over the conditions of their €10 billion bailout, courtesy of the European Union. The Mediterranean nation is ‘Insane in the Brain’, according to the EU who have threatened to cut off all financial help if consensus isn’t reached soon.

A governing body has released a report on practices endemic in the industry which it governs. “We’ve seen a lot of this in recent months, are are
taking action accordingly,” said the spokesperson.

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