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Williams: Jesuit Father James Martin Rushes to Defense of Cardinal Marx over Homosexuality

ROME — Pro-LGBT Jesuit Father James Martin rushed to the defense of German Cardinal Reinhard Marx Saturday, after the latter proposed changing Catholic teaching on the morality of gay sex. After Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler, Texas, admonished Cardinal Marx, calling for his resignation, Father Martin suggested that Cardinal Marx had not contradicted Catholic belief…

Pope Francis: Putin Is ‘Sadly Caught Up in Anachronistic Claims of Nationalist Interests’

ROME — Pope Francis pronounced his harshest condemnation of Russia’s war on Ukraine to date Saturday, condemning Vladimir Putin’s “infantile and destructive aggression.” While never mentioning Putin by name, the pontiff referred to “some potentate, sadly caught up in anachronistic claims of nationalist interests” who is “provoking and fomenting conflicts,” an unmistakable reference to the…

Joe Biden Compares Ukrainian War Refugees to Migrant Crisis at America’s Southern Border

President Joe Biden on Saturday compared the plight of Ukrainian refugees fleeing war in their country to the migrants crossing the southern border of the United States. The president commented on migrants and refugees during an expanded bilateral meeting with Polish president Andrzej Duda at the presidential palace in Warsaw. Biden praised Poland for accepting…

Illegal Migrants Indicted for Rape of Disabled Man In France

Two illegal immigrants have been indicted by a French court and charged with raping a 20-year-old disabled man, robbery, and violence. The two illegal migrants, a 20-year-old who claims to be from Morocco and a 28-year-old Algerian, are said to have raped the 20-year-old disabled man in the village of Enveitg over the course of last…

White House Warns of Global Food Shortages After Ukraine Invasion

The White House confirmed Monday they expect certain parts of the world to suffer a food shortage as an effect of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. “We do anticipate that higher energy fertilizer, wheat, and corn prices could impact the price of growing and purchasing critical food supplies for countries around the world,”…

Phone Signals of British Volunteers May Have Triggered Strike on Ukrainian Base

Britons who volunteered with Ukraine’s International Legion could have been responsible for a missile strike that killed at least 35 people at a Ukrainian training facility. Between 12 to 14 British phone numbers starting with the +44 national dialling code were visible to surveillance equipment a short time before the Russian missile strike on the Yavoriv training…

Osprey Crash Kills 4 Marines During NATO Exercise in Norway

Four United States Marines were killed Friday during a NATO military exercise when the Osprey aircraft they were operating crashed in Norway, according to the Norwegian Armed Forces. NATO said the drills were announced months ago and noted they were not tied to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The four Marines were aboard the Osprey MV-22B during a training…

Fox News Journalist Reportedly Injured in Ukraine

Fox News correspondent Benjamin Hall was reportedly injured near the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv on Monday, severely enough to require hospitalization. Hall’s “serious injury” was first announced by Ukrainian officials, then reported live on the air: Announcement from @FoxNews about @BenjaminHallFNC: https://t.co/IWT9uAUW8h — Steve Herman (@W7VOA) March 14, 2022 Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott…

Russia, Silent on Wuhan, Claims American Labs Were Making Biological Weapons in Ukraine

The Foreign Ministry of Russia claimed on Tuesday that the nation’s military had “confirmed” the existence of American-funded biological laboratories in Ukraine used for developing “biological weapons.” Russian troops reportedly found “documentation” showing Ukrainian scientists destroying evidence of “plague, anthrax, rabbit-fever, cholera and other lethal diseases” studied in the country’s laboratories on February 24, according…

China Says Ukraine’s Neo-Nazi ‘Azov Battalion’ Helped Hong Kong Protesters

The Chinese state propaganda newspaper Global Times elevated the Russian government’s claims that its ongoing invasion of Ukraine is necessary to “de-Nazify” the country on Monday by accusing Ukraine’s neo-Nazi Azov Battalion militants of “involvement” in the 2019 Hong Kong anti-communist protests. The article follows remarks by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi stating that the Communist…
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