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Pope Francis Appoints Three Pro-LGBT Prelates to Vatican Doctrinal Office

Pope Francis appointed three prelates known for their pro-LGBT views to the Vatican’s doctrinal office over the weekend.

Commission Probing Lewiston Mass Shooting Granted Subpoena Power by Maine Lawmakers

Maine lawmakers reached a unanimous decision on Tuesday to pass a bill granting subpoena power to the commission investigating the tragic mass shooting in...

Maine Mass Shooting Suspect Robert Card Found Dead

Robert Card, the suspect in Wednesday's massacre that killed 18 people in Lewiston, Maine, has been found dead, officials say.

Pope Francis Condemns U.S. Catholic Conservatives as ‘Backwards,’ ‘Reactionary’

Pope Francis called U.S. Catholic Conservatives "backwards" because of their political views.

Radical Leftist Group ‘Tyre Extinguishers’ Targets SUVs Worldwide, Deflating Tires in Covert Operations

The Tyre Extinguishers, a radical left-leaning organization, has been deflating the tires of SUVs in multiple countries as a means to combat climate change and discourage SUV ownership in urban areas, leading to mixed reactions from local residents and concerns about property damage and inconvenience.

‘Hundreds’ of Secret NATO Documents Leaked

Portugal’s General Staff of the Armed Forces (EMGFA) has been targeted by a “prolonged and unprecedented” cyber attack, resulting in the leak of a raft of secret NATO documents, local media outlets reported on Thursday.

Archbishop Viganò: Globalists Have Fomented War in Ukraine to Establish the Tyranny of the New World Order

The Ukrainian people, regardless of what ethnic group they may belong to, are merely the latest unwitting hostages of the supranational totalitarian regime that brought the national economies of the entire world to their knees through the COVID deception.

Court rules only 152 died of COVID-19 in Portugal, not 17,000

Following a citizen’s petition, the Administrative Court of the Circle of Lisbon provided verified COVID-19 data showing that only 152 patients died from the disease from January 2020 to April 2021, not 17,000 as Portuguese authorities claim. The remaining deaths were attributed to various causes.

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