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NSA court plea: ‘Let us spy 6 more months’

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Department of Justice officials have asked a federal court to restart the NSA spy programs shut down when portions of the Patriot Act expired on June 1. The US government claims the Freedom Act allows surveillance to continue for six more months. In a filing to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC), revealed Monday, the Department of Justice (DOJ) requested permission to continue the... 

Entire Police Department Disbanded After Investigating City Corruption

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City black councilwoman holds vote to fire police hours after being arrested for illegal firearm. More benefits from multiculturalism and from “rich African culture”! Total anarchy! Lawlessness and destruction! Back to the primitive! Black members of the Wellston, Missouri city council voted to completely disband the city’s police department this week only hours after a councilwoman... 

Manspreading on NY subway can now get you Arrested

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Making yourself comfortable on a NY subway train could land you in hot water, especially if you occupy too much space. What appears to be the first ever arrest for so-called manspreading was revealed in a new report. Two Latino men were allegedly arrested for manspreading, sitting with knees wide open, thus occupying two seats on May 22 at 12:11am, according to a report released by the Police Reform... 

Just glad the 'unarmed' guy we shot was white - Sheriff tells reporters

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A Kentucky sheriff speaking on the record went public this week with a statement that showed how far this country has gone into racial confusion. He told a news conference he was glad a man his deputies shot was white, according to a local ABC affiliate. The startling statement came when the Bardstown, Ky., police chief, a representative from the Kentucky State Police and Nelson County Sheriff Ed... 

Israel threatens African migrants to leave or face "indefinite jail time"

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Israel is offering illegal immigrants $3,500 and a one-way ticket home as it begins to crack down on refugees, who face prison if they don’t take up the deal. Rights groups are appalled at the move, saying Israel should be doing more to protect them. Israel says the tough move is necessary to send a message to migrants that making the journey is not worthwhile in the first place. As deterrents it... 

New UK Law Could Criminalize 'Politically Incorrect' Opinions

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A chilling comment by British Prime Minister David Cameron suggests that even people who obey the law won’t be “left alone” by the state if they engage in anything the government deems to be “hate speech,” including “bigotry” and potentially criticism of homosexuality and feminism. Preparing to introduce a new counter-terrorism bill later this month, Cameron laid the groundwork for the... 

EU wants to FORCE East states to welcome millions of Muslims and Africans

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The EU’s executive body is to unveil radical new proposals on immigration, imposing migrant quotas on the 28 countries of the union under a distribution “key” system set by Brussels. The plan, which is supported by Germany and will be fiercely resisted by the new Conservative government, will be launched by the European commission on Wednesday in response to migrant boat crisis in the Mediterranean. The... 

Court Hearing Today For ‘Off Grid Family’ Who Had 10 Children Seized by CPS

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The ‘off grid family’ who had their ten children seized by police and CPS last week face a court hearing later this morning which will determine whether they get their kids back after almost $40,000 was raised for the family in just the last few days alone. As we reported on Friday, Joe and Nicole Naugler had their children taken after cops arrived at their 27 acre rural property in Breckinridge... 

Doha detains German reporters investigating FIFA World Cup

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Journalists from Germany’s biggest television networks were reportedly detained, questioned and not allowed to leave Qatar for days while working on a story about FIFA President Sepp Blatter and Doha’s vexed nomination for the 2022 football World Cup. Reporter from ARD German TV Florian Bauer tweeted that all of his, as well as colleagues’, materials for ARD and WDR networks have been erased... 

Israeli court OK's demolition of Palestinian village

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An Israeli soldier guards an area as an army bulldozer pulls down the house of the Palestinian Raba’ai family in Al-Dirat, south of Yatta Village near the West Bank town of Hebron (al-Khalil), January 20, 2015. Israel’s supreme court has authorized the regime’s authorities to demolish a Palestinian village in the occupied West Bank. The high court approved on Monday a request from the Israeli... 

IDF soldiers assault press in West Bank

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A video has emerged showing Israeli forces assaulting photojournalists near the West Bank town of Nabi Saleh. Despite being clearly marked as members of the press, the soldiers push the photographers to the ground and proceed to hit them. One of the troops also throws a stone at a journalist. The assault begins with soldiers shouting “Get out of here!” One of the soldiers is then seen pushing... 

Saudi Security Forces arrest or sent to exile around 174 000 in a month

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Last month over 170 000 Saudi citizens were arrested, sent to exile or even revoked citizenship by Saudi security forces. Saudi king within the invasion of neighboring Yemen has widened detention of dissidents across the country. Shiites and opposite to Wahhabists Sunni groups became target of “unlimited detention” law. Saudi authorities fear outbreak of civil protests. There are almost... 

Vandalism of apartheid-era statues sparks fevered debate in South Africa

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How South Africa confronts symbols of its difficult past are being discussed in newspaper columns, television talkshows and mainstream politics. A 112-year-old statue of Queen Victoria has become the latest colonial or apartheid-era monument to be vandalised in South Africa, raising fears that a racially charged debate over the country’s heritage could spiral out of control. Splashes of green paint... 

Cars Software belongs to us, even if you Buy this Car - General Motors

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Senator Ron Wyden and Rep. Jared Polis discovered that Section 1201 of DMCA’s broken anti circumvention laws. Last week they introduced a bill to fix this part of the DMCA. Thanks to DMCA 1201, John Deer claims it still owns the tractor you thought you bought it from it, instead, John Deer claims you’re really just licensing that tractor: In the absence of an express written license in... 

Google to rank mobile-friendly sites higher in search results

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Business owners are awaiting Tuesday’s Google search results, crossing their fingers that the tech giant’s new algorithm won’t affect their internet livelihood. The firm has updated its search algorithm to demote websites not deemed ‘mobile-friendly.’ Sites with text too small to read on a mobile device and those with links too close together are among the reasons why... 
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