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Ukraine vows to deny entry to Russian aid convoy

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A Russian convoy of 262 trucks packed with humanitarian aid is approaching the Ukrainian border amid fears that it might escalate the already tense situation in the war-ravaged east of the country. The aid convoy was expected on Wednesday at the volatile Ukraine’s border where pro-Russian forces and Ukrainian troops are engaged in fierce battles. Russian... 

Greek MEP Files Lawsuit Against Greek Chief Of Police

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The Samaras regime takes corruption a step further today… MEP for the Golden Dawn, Giorgos Epitideios filed a lawsuit against the Chief of E.L.A.S. (Greek Police) due to the illegal detainment of members in police headquarters, abuse of power and preventing legitimate activity of a legal political party. The data that justifies these complaints are as follows: The... 

Obama Brings Ebola Into America

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Officials are importing Ebola into the U.S. which doctors have failed to contain in Africa. Despite the fact that doctors in Africa cannot keep Ebola from spreading, United States officials brought an affected patient into the country only days after President Obama signed an executive order mandating the detention of Americans who show signs of “respiratory... 

Sarkozy arrested in France over influence peddling

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Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has been detained for questioning over influence-peddling, judicial sources say. Sarkozy turned himself in early on Tuesday to be quizzed by investigators at their offices in Nanterre, west of Paris, after his lawyer Thierry Herzog was held for questioning on Monday, sources told Reuters. The investigators are seeking... 

EU pays member states 6000 Euros for every immigrant brought in

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The European Commissioner, Cecilia Malmstrom is telling European Union countries to bring in more immigrants. The plan is to pay 6000 Euros for each refugee that is brought into Europe. “I am speaking on behalf of the European Commission in support of the reception and integration of refugees. EU states will receive 6000 euro support for each refugee taken... 

Greece to Privatize State Owned Water Company for Israel

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Despite the state-owned water company E.Y.A.TH functioning as a profitable enterprise, the Greek government is swiftly proceeding in its privatization plan and selling their majority shares to foreign interests. An increase in turnover and net profits was registered in the 1st quarter of 2014, compared to the corresponding period last year. Gross profits are... 

Thousands protest outside Greek Parliament against GD oppression

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Thousands of friends, supporters and members of Golden Dawn have gathered outside parliament in Athens demanding the immediate release of Golden Dawn political prisoners. Golden Dawn’s jailed leaders Nikos Michaloliakos, Christos Pappas, and Giannis Lagos are speaking inside the Greek parliament regarding the issue of lifting parliamentary immunity. In... 

Severe voting fraud reported in Greek Euro Elections

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Statement Issued at 3pm Greek time. 8am New York time. The Golden Dawn is urging all citizens to stand up for their civil rights and call it’s main office to report ballot tampering. Reports have already been pouring in with certain polling stations outright withholding Golden Dawn ballots. The website makeleio.gr reported: Panic from citizens who say they... 

Millions of people preparing for worldwide anti-GMO protests

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Over 400 cities worldwide will see millions marching against the US chemical and agricultural company Monsanto in an effort to boycott the use of Genetically Modified Organisms in food production. Marches are planned in 52 countries in addition to some 47 US states that are jointing in the protest. “MAM supports a sustainable food production system. We must... 

USDA buys large number of submachine guns

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The United States Department of Agriculture is probably one of the last federal agencies you’d expect to request a substantial amount, if any, of firearms, but that’s precisely what it did last week. In a solicitation posted on the government’s Federal Business Opportunities website on May 7, the Agriculture Department requested an unknown number of submachine... 

Cop crashes car, arrests sober woman for drunk driving

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Tanya Helena Weyker It was already a horrible night for a Wisconsin woman when a local sheriff’s deputy rolled past a stop sign and into her car, breaking her neck – but it erupted into a full-blown nightmare when she got stuck with wrongful drunk-driving charges. For 25-year-old Tanya Weyker, the incident began on February 20, 2013, and its consequences... 

Sweden passes law that will prosecute people for criticizing immigration

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A new law will come into effect in Sweden after Christmas 2014, that will allow people to be prosecuted for criticizing immigration or politician’s unwillingness to tackle the issue. The Constitutional Committee’s report has been voted for in parliament, seen in a letter from the Parliamentary Offices. Member of Parliament Andrew Norlén, member of the... 

Senator Harry Reid Behind BLM Land Grab of Bundy Ranch

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Corrupt Democratic Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) working with the Chinese gov’t to take land from hard-working Americans. The Bureau of Land Management, whose director was Sen. Harry Reid’s (D-Nev.) former senior adviser, has purged documents from its web site stating that the agency wants Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s cattle off of the land his family has... 

Turkey blocks Twitter after PM threatens to wipe it out

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Turkey has blocked Twitter hours after embattled Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan threatened to close it down ahead of a key election. It comes after audio recordings purportedly demonstrating corruption among his associates were posted on the site. Just before midnight, access to Twitter was blocked, Hurriyet Daily reports. “We now have a court order. We will... 

Snowden leak: NSA plans to infect ‘millions’ of computers

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Yet more previously secret surveillance operations waged by the United States National Security Agency were made public Wednesday morning thanks to leaked documents supplied by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. The files — published first by The Intercept this week and dissected over the course of a 3,000-word article attributed to journalists Glenn Greenwald... 
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