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Saudi, UAE trying to partition Iraq – fmr Pentagon official

The US has stopped all weapon deliveries to Iraq over security concerns, according to an Air Force spokesman. Former Pentagon official Michael Maloof weighs in. Even though the Iraqi parliament voted on January 5 to expel all foreign troops, Washington has insisted that US soldiers will remain. The friction with Iraq and Iran is forcing the US to move troops and a brand new fleet of fighter jets to its Saudi Air Base. RT America’s Faran Fronczak has the story. Facebook is reporting earnings of $21 billion dollars, most of which comes from advertisements. The social media giant also says it reached 2.5 billion monthly users. But the company is being forced to pay $550 million in a lawsuit settlement over facial recognition. Investigative journalist Ben Swann weighs in.

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