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Trump Supporters Think Microsoft Helped Rubio Cheat in Iowa

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Donald Trump supporters think that Microsoft’s involvement in last night’s Iowa’s caucus helped Marco Rubio achieve a third place finish that some are predicting could turn the Florida Senator into the Republican frontrunner. For many, Rubio’s far better than expected performance was more noteworthy than Ted Cruz’ triumph, leading to suspicions about vote tampering. “Polling indicated... 

Bernie Sanders urges raw vote count release from Iowa caucus after virtual tie with Clinton

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Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has urged a raw vote count release from the Iowa caucus, after results showed Hillary Clinton beating him by just .4 percentage points. Sanders spoke of an unfolding controversy at certain Iowa precincts which did not have enough Democratic party volunteers to report delegate totals. He called on officials to reveal underlying voter totals, a strategy which is... 

Goldman Sachs executive takes ‘personal leave’ amid Malaysian fund corruption probes

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Tim Leissner, chairman of Goldman Sachs Southeast Asia’s operations, has taken a “personal leave” amidst corruption scandals associated with Malaysia’s state-owned 1MDB fund, with which Goldman worked closely. President of Goldman’s Singapore operations since 2006 and chairman of its Southeast Asia operations since 2014, Leissner oversaw the bank’s operations in Malaysia, where it became... 

Sanders Campaign Worried Microsoft App Will Misrepresent Iowa Caucus Vote

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On Wednesday the Bernie Sanders campaign said it is concerned software giant Microsoft will tamper with caucus election vote tallies in Iowa next week. Microsoft has partnered with both establishment parties and will provide a “mobile-enabled, cloud-based platform that will facilitate accuracy and efficiency of the reporting process,” according to its website. Under the new system, each Iowa political... 

Spy confesses to stealing Monsanto and DuPont GM seeds for Chinese conglomerate

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A years-long saga involving fugitive spies, FBI wiretaps, and seeds smuggled in popcorn packets is coming to a close after Mo Hailong admitted to being the ringleader of a group that stole biological materials from US firms, causing millions in damages. On Wednesday, Mo, a China-born US citizen who has lived in the country since 1998, accepted a plea agreement with prosecutors that will see him sentenced... 

Gangs Of Male Migrant Children Steal, Grope, Beat Women at Stockholm Train Station

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On Sunday, we learned that despite the best efforts of German cartoonists, some refugees are still having a hard time understanding how to behave at public pools. European authorities, increasingly desperate to salvage the “yes we can” refugee narrative in the face of mounting evidence that it may be well nigh impossible to integrate two vastly divergent cultures, have scrambled to put together... 

How Swedish Media Prevented Police From Catching Thief By Censoring His Face

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Swedish media have published screenshots of a video in which a man hit a woman with a child on the subway. The woman prevented the culprit from committing a theft and for that he attacked her. Some Swedish media, such as the SVT channel hid the face of a criminal by pixelating it. This is despite the fact that the police appealed to the public to help find the attacker. The question of how citizens... 

Risk of Nuclear Theft Increasing

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A nuclear watchdog group warns that, despite efforts to secure nuclear material, nations are still vulnerable to theft, as well as acts of sabotage or cyberattacks, which could enable terrorists to obtain nuclear materials or trigger a dangerous meltdown. Twenty-four states “still have one kilogram (2.2 pounds) or more of weapons-usable nuclear materials…[and] nearly 2,000 metric tons (4.4 million... 

Cologne assailants’ ‘shameful’ acts detailed in police report

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A new German police report has described the situation during the mass assaults on women in Cologne on NYE as “chaotic and shameful.” It outlined the highly inappropriate behavior of perpetrators, described as migrants, who demanded respect from police. Groups of men bombarded police with fireworks and pelted people with glass bottles while officers unsuccessfully attempted to prevent mass assaults... 

Russian intel spots 12,000 oil tankers & trucks on Turkey-Iraq border

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Russian intelligence has spotted up to 12,000 tankers and trucks on the Turkish-Iraqi border, the General Staff of Russia’s armed forces has reported. “The [aerial] imagery was made in the vicinity of Zakho (a city in Iraqi Kurdistan), there were 11,775 tankers and trucks on both sides of the Turkish-Iraqi border,” Lieutenant-General Sergey Rudskoy told journalists on Friday. “It must be... 

Iceland Has Now Sent 26 Corrupt Bankers To Prison

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74 years of sentences for high level fraudsters; US and rest of Europe bailed theirs out. In a story not reported on at all by any Western mainstream media source, Iceland just sentenced another five high level bankers to prison for directly contributing to the collapse of the country’s economy in 2008. This brings the total to 26 bankers now behind bars in Iceland, with most being CEOs of large... 

Washington Forces France to Pay $800 Million for Violation of US Sanctions

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French bank Credit Agricole was accused by Washington of dealing with countries under US embargo and processing financial transactions for Sudan, Cuba and Iran through the United States. Several bank employees responsible for the transactions have already been fired, media reported. The bank agreed to pay $800 million in fines for the illegal financial transactions carried out in the period from 2003... 

Pharma firm hikes life-saving drug price by 5500%

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The medical community is outraged by a 5,500 percent price hike for Daraprim, after a big NY-based pharmaceutical company purchased the patent for it. The drug has been on the market for over 60 years, and can be essential to certain AIDS and cancer treatments. The New York-based Turing Pharmaceuticals raised the price of Daraprim from $13.50 to $750 per pill in just over a month after buying the... 

US Banks rigged $12.8 Trillion Market

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US banks might have rigged another huge market, Bloomberg reports. Dealers including top American banks which control the $12.8 trillion US Treasury market rigged bond auctions for years, Bloomberg reports. Citing a federal antitrust lawsuit, the financial data and news provider says the giant Jewish owned banks such as Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, and Morgan Stanley coordinated to manipulate Treasury... 

French Mayor Goes Door To Door Facing Illegal Migrants

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Robert Ménard, Mayor of Béziers in Southern France, has again made the headlines for fighting the illegal immigrants into Europe. Ménard, accompanied by armed police and a translator, is going door-to-door in a block of apartments where illegal immigrant have broken in, and are now squatting. He told one illegal immigrant squatter this: “You are not welcome in this town. You came into this apartment,... 
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