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If you live in New Zealand, you’re being watched – Snowden

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Edward Snowden has dismissed as “false” the New Zealand PM’s claims of no mass surveillance in the country. The whistleblower says he regularly “came across communications of New Zealanders,” when he worked as an NSA analyst. New Zealand’s Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) has performed mass spying, despite denials by the nation’s... 

​US threatened Foley family over Islamic State ransom

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The family of US journalist James Foley, who was kidnapped and killed by the Islamic State, had been “threatened” by the US government with charges of aiding terrorists if they tried to raise funds to pay ransom for him, Foley’s mother told the media. Obama administration officials repeatedly warned the family of murdered journalist James Foley that they... 

​Internet Slowdown Day: Leading web companies fight for Net Neutrality

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Reddit, Netflix, Foursquare, Mozilla, Vimeo, and WordPress are backing the ‘Internet Slowdown’ protest against proposed US regulations that would segregate internet surfing speeds and kill “net neutrality.” The September 10 protest features a revolving icon, symbolizing slow connectivity, illustrating how losing net neutrality would harm websites and... 

Pentagon Is Giving Grenade Launchers to Campus Police

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In 1968, students at Columbia University staged a mass uprising other college campuses in protesting not just the war in Vietnam, but their school’s collaboration with the Institute for Defense Analysis, a Defense Department affiliate that researches weapons technologies. Today, weapons produced by that institute are used by the US military throughout the... 

UK’s Rotherham child abuse victims sue for damages

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A group of child abuse victims in the British town of Rotherham have launched a legal compensation suit amid growing outrage in the country over the failure of authorities to stop 16 years of abuse. Attorneys for 15 child sexual abuse victims in the northern English town announced on Wednesday that they are seeking up to $165,000 each in compensation for the... 

1,400 kids sexually abused in UK town, council turned blind eye over ‘racism’ fears

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Children as young as 11 in the Yorkshire town of Rotherham were raped by multiple perpetrators, abducted, trafficked to other cities in England, beaten and intimidated, by groups of mainly Asian men (mostly Muslims) from 1997 to 2013, a troubling new report claims. The inquiry team found examples of “children who had been doused in petrol and threatened... 

Can Germany turn its back on USA? No, it can’t

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After the division of Germany into two German states, the western part of the country was raped by allies-occupants, while the Soviets got the eastern part. The Soviet Union did not end its existence, when Soviet leaders blessed the Germans for unification and promised to withdraw troops from the territory of the GDR. The troops were withdrawn practically nowhere,... 

Julian Assange plans to leave embassy ‘soon’

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Julian Assange plans to leave the Ecuadorian Embassy in the near future, he told a press conference at the embassy’s London compound, where he’s been holed up for two years. The WikiLeaks founder gave no further details. “I am leaving the embassy soon, but perhaps not for the reasons [reported],” he told journalists, refusing to clarify... 

ISIS want to impregnate Yazidi women and smash blond bloodline

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Fears are growing for the 300 Yazidi women reportedly kidnapped by Islamic State fighters last week amid claims they would be used to bear children to break up the ancient sect’s bloodline. The minority group is originally Aryan and has retained a fairer complexion, blonde hair and blue eyes by only marrying within the community. But in a furious bid... 

Ukraine to block Russian aid convoy

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Ukraine has rejected Russia’s humanitarian aid convoy headed for the war-torn people in the country’s east, saying it is an excuse for invasion. Ukrainian Deputy Foreign Minister Danylo Lubkivsky told reporters on Tuesday that there would be no need for humanitarian aid if Russia stopped supporting the pro-Russia protesters. “The Red Cross is responsible... 

Alabama Congressman speaks out against “war on whites”

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The Republican congressman for Alabama, Mo Brooks, said in a radio interview last week that there is a war on White people, which is being waged by the Democratic party, reported Huffingtonpost.com. “This is a part of the war on whites that’s being launched by the Democratic Party. And the way in which they’re launching this war is by claiming that whites... 

Snowden granted 3 year residence permit in Russia

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Edward Snowden has received a residence permit in Russia, which is valid for three years, starting on August 1, the former NSA contractor’s lawyer announced. “On the first of August he received a three-year residence permit,” lawyer Anatoly Kucherena told reporters. He added that Snowden had not asked for political asylum. “He will be able to travel... 

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... 

World Ignores Christian Exodus from Islamic World

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While the world fixates on the conflict between Israel and Hamas and while most mainstream media demonize Israel for trying to survive amid a sea of Arab-Islamic hostility similar or worse tragedies continue to go virtually ignored. One of the most ancient Christian communities in the world, that of Iraq, which already had been decimated over the last decade,... 

Eastern Ukraine, left with no water, power – Humanitarian Catastrophe

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The eastern Ukrainian city of Lugansk has declared a state of humanitarian catastrophe over a lack of medical supplies, electricity, lighting, mobile and internet communication. Some 250,000 civilians are unable to leave, the statement also says. “As of August 5, Lugansk remains disconnected from electricity. The situation remains critical on the city’s... 
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