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Social networks again blocked in Turkey

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Turkish judicial officials have once again blocked major social networking websites over what they call a “terrorist propaganda” in the wake of a hostage standoff that saw a Turkish prosecutor killed by leftist militants. Hurriyet newspaper said Monday that access to Twitter, Facebook and YouTube was blocked upon an order from prosecutors reportedly due to the publication of images related... 

All UK Babies to Receive Meningitis Vaccine, Despite Package Insert Warnings

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“Safety and effectiveness of Bexsero have not been established in children younger than 10 years of age,” vaccine insert states… The UK government has announced it will begin vaccinating babies two months of age and older against meningitis B, an audacious campaign undertaken despite published warnings from vaccine manufacturers. “I am very proud that we will be the first country in the... 

Video Shows Troops Training to Intern Citizens in Fort Lauderdale

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Footage out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida shot earlier this week shows military and law enforcement practicing the internment of citizens during martial-law style training. The clip shows armed troops arresting role players on the street before a column of prisoners are marched towards a mock internment facility. Black Hawk choppers are also seen whizzing between buildings. The exercise was accompanied... 

Martial Law Undercover Special Forces sweep US Southwest

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As elite branches of the US military prepare to hold military training in seven southwest states, with some troops operating incognito among civilians, some Americans fear the training is actually preparation for imposing martial law. Operation Jade Helm, which is scheduled to kick off in July and run for eight weeks, will involve the participation of 1,200 troops from the US military’s most elite... 

Police To Mandate ‘Hands Up’ Policy During Road Stops

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Police in Kansas are set to implement a bonkers policy of mandating that all drivers stopped for whatever reason will be expected to put their hands up in the air when approached by an officer. “We all want to go home to our families, and this makes it safer for us to approach vehicles to gain that compliance. It gives us a chance to survive these encounters.” a police spokesman told reporters... 

UK families flee to Ireland to keep their children

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UK families are fleeing to Ireland as social workers continue to use false allegations and vague definitions of abuse to forcibly remove children from their parents and boost adoption statistics. RT’s documentary crew spoke to several of those families. The UK is just one of two countries in Europe (the other is Croatia) where communist ideas such as adoption without the consent of a child’s... 

World's Most Dangerous Holiday Destinations for Women

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There are some countries where women exposed to misogyny, pestering and, in some cases, danger. Travelling to far-flung exotic third world destinations can be a hugely rewarding experience that many women in the West take for granted. For most, it is an entirely safe and liberating adventure that they will never forget, for all the right reasons. But while wolf whistles, cat calls and belligerent taxi... 

Girls wearing lipstick or having an iPhone are labeled BAD in India

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The poster by students at the Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology in Bangalore details things that a bad girl does in India. There are many ways to be labelled ‘A bad girl’ in the UK, including stealing from the tuck-shop, cheating in an exam and smoking behind the bike sheds. But in India, the bar for being a disappointment to society is much, much lower. A group of students from... 

Tesla CEO Elon Musk wants Human Drivers Banned

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Whether taking a car for a spin on a Sunday or focusing on getting from A to B after a stressful day, driving can be fun and therapeutic. But Tesla CEO Elon Musk believes humans could be banned from driving in years to come and all cars will, instead, be controlled by robots. The entrepreneur claims that computers will one day do a much better job of driving and that humans are simply ‘too dangerous’... 

Lindsey Graham: as president I would deploy the military against Congress

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To force Congress to reverse cuts to the defense and intelligence budgets. Republican senator and presidential maybe-hopeful Lindsey Graham stopped by the “politics and pies” forum in Concord, New Hampshire, today, where he announced that if he is elected president in 2016, his first act will be to deploy the military in Washington to force Congress to reverse cuts to the defense and intelligence... 

Australian Father Faces 20 Years Prison for Treating Daughter's Cancer with Cannabis Oil

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Adam Koessler wanted to cure his 2-year-old daughter’s rare, stage 4 Neuroblastoma, a cancer of the abdomen that can be very painful. He learned about the positive medicinal effects of cannabis oil on cancers like his daughter’s and tried to administer the oil in an attempt to heal her. What followed is a complete nightmare. Despite the fact that: There is video evidence that cannabis oil attacks... 

Israel demolishes EU-funded West Bank shelter for Palestinians while expanding settlements

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With politicians around the globe calling on Israel to take action against illegal settlements in the West Bank, the Jewish state has finally taken action. Not against its own communities, but against an EU-funded building for Palestinians. On Tuesday, the Israeli government demolished an EU settlement on Mount Scopus in northeast Jerusalem. The city’s municipality said it undertook the measures... 

School Secretly Vaccinates Teen Girl Without Consent

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A mom in Chicago is furious after her teen daughter received several vaccinations at school without her consent. Michelle Miller says she believed a form she signed gave her 16-year-old daughter’s school permission to conduct nothing more than a routine sports physical. But student Noelle Miller ended up receiving multiple vaccinations, one for chicken pox, Hepatitis A, meningitis and the sexually... 

Algeria: Violence against women equal to 20 years in jail

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The parliament of Algeria passed a law that stipulates criminal punishment for causing bodily harm to one’s life partner. The changes in the law of the country have sparked critical reviews from Islamists. More than half of Algeria’s 462 MPs took part in the vote to adopt the bill. The law makes inflicting injury on one’s spouse punishable with up to 20 years in prison. In accordance... 

​Canadian faces $20k fine, jail time for refusing to unlock phone during airport check

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A 38-year old Canadian citizen is facing up to a year in jail and a fine of up to 25,000 Canadian dollars for refusing to unlock his cell and thus “obstructing” an in-depth security screening by the border service officials at the Halifax airport. Alain Philippon from Ste-Anne-des-Plaines, Quebec, has been detained and charged with “obstructing border officials” after he refused to provide... 
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