British Medical Journal: Exposure to cell phone towers alters brain function in alarming ways, causing a lack of concentration, irritability, difficulty sleeping and lack of appetite. The closer a person lives to a cell tower, the greater the severity of their symptoms regardless of race, income level and other demographics.
Another fatal APD shooting took place Tuesday night, following a protest against the department just 10 days after the fatal foothills shooting that brought national attention and more scrutiny to the city’s police. Albuquerque Police Department released select lapel cam video and 911 calls during a press conference.
Israeli news website Ynet reports Vadim Rabinovich, a Ukrainian Jewish oligarch who holds an Israeli passport and has lived in Israel, announced that he will run for Ukrainian president. Heads the All-Ukrainian Jewish Congress and is the founder of the European Jewish Parliament.
Ukraine is raising the price of gas for domestic consumers by more than 50 per cent from May 1 and will implement further rises under a fixed timetable. Unpopular with Ukrainians used to subsidised gas prices from Soviet era, response to demands by the International Monetary Fund.
The island of Sardinia plans to hold an online referendum on independence from Italy, following in the footsteps of country’s northeastern Veneto region, where a similar vote revealed high separatist moods.
Obama:"Russia's actions are a problem. We generally don’t need to invade to have cooperative relationship with them. They don't pose number one national security threat to United States, more concerned with prospect of nuclear weapon going off in Manhattan.
Auroracoin is among the first serious attempts to use a new Bitcoin-inspired crypto-currency to save a flailing European economy. Based off of Litecoin, itself an alternative to Bitcoin, launched in February, distributed to the 330,000 citizens on March 25. Each citizen allowed to claim a total of 31.8 Auroracoin.
Melissa Battles signed up for an Obamacare insurance got a job which offered her health insurance went back to the company she selected on Healthcare.gov told them she wanted out of her plan. But no procedure on the website to allow people to cancel a plan. Woman spends SIX WEEKS trying to UNenroll from ObamaCare
Former President Jimmy Carter: uses "snail mail" to dodge NSA. " I have felt that my own communications are probably monitored," when I want to communicate with a foreign leader privately, I type or write a letter myself, and mail it." Law enforcement is tracking mail communications, too.
Venezuela arrested three air force generals suspected of plotting an uprising against the government. President Nicolas Maduro told a meeting of South American foreign ministers the three generals, not identified, had been in contact with the opposition were trying to rise up against the government.
Ukrainian authorities plan to attract US private military company Greystone Limited to suppress protest moods of the mostly Russian-speaking population in the east of the country. Mercenaries will be engaged in political search and protection of state security to curb leaders, activists of pro-Russian movement.
The United Nations (UN) has strongly condemned Egypt's military-installed government for handing down mass death sentences to more than 500 members of the Muslim Brotherhood supporters of country’s ousted President Mohamed Morsi. 700 more Morsi supporters are to stand trial.
GMO food label bill passed by the House awaits a final O.K. by the Senate. Dairy would be excluded from the bill, currently there is no GMO dairy in Vermont. Monsanto legal challenge could end up costing state $5 million, potential reimbursement for a victorious plaintiff – Monsanto, Dow, Syngenta.
Yulia Tymoshenko says Ukrainians must take up arms against Russians “so that not even scorched earth will be left where Russia stands.”The former Ukrainian prime minister charged with corruption accused of misspending 500 million in connection with sale of carbon emission rights under Kyoto Protocol.
After investing $1 billion in behavior detection techniques and training to read body language since 2007, Transportation Security Administration has little to show for its efforts. Government Accountability Office, found it to be ineffective and recommended cutting its funding.
7,000 Polish workers in Europe have received call-up papers as army reservists in the last few weeks, told by Polish authorities call-ups are “routine” but the men say they haven’t been asked before. Prime Minister, Donald Tusk: “the world stands on the brink of conflict, consequences not foreseen.”
Israeli diplomats launched an unprecedented strike on Sunday, forcing the complete closure of embassies around the world as they escalated a over pay dispute. Will close all of Israel's 102 missions abroad, paralyzing most diplomatic work with other countries, United Nations, not possible to submit complaints.
Following China’s unwillingness to vote against Russia at the UN and yesterday’s news that China will sue Ukraine for $3bn loan repayment, it seems Russia is returning the favor. The Chief Economist of Russia’s largest bank stated that “China’s Yuan may become the third reserve currency in the in the future.”
US technology company Freescale Semiconductor had 20 staff on Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. Launched new electronic warfare military radar gadget days before. Disappearance of four members of patent semiconductor on board makes famous billionaire Jacob Rothschild sole owner of patent.
Russia threatened to dump its U.S. treasuries if America imposed sanctions over Crimea. if Russia accepts payment for oil, gas in currency other than dollar, gold, Euro Ruble, Rupee, anything else U.S. petrodollar system collapses: main pillars of U.S. power is petrodollar, U.S desperate to maintain status.
Smoke over oil palm plantations mixed with industrial pollution, car exhaust fumes and ash. Communities evacuated people advised to stay indoors, transport disrupted, 50,000 treated for asthma, bronchitis, respiratory illnesses, schools closed. threatens food production, tourism, economy, climate change.
In the wake of Crimea's independence referendum, Hillary Clinton says Russian President Putin is a "new Hitler." Zbigniew Brezezinski, former National Security Advisor agrees, calling Putin not just another Hitler, but also a thug, a menace, a Mafia gangster, and a Mussolini.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has reaffirmed that his country will not sign the so-called Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) with the United States until Washington meets Kabul’s conditions. Karzai: a future deal between Washington and Kabul should also guarantee the “return of peace and stability” to the country.
The Turkish government has defended a ban on Twitter as a “preventive measure” to stop “systematic character assassinations. Turkey’s estimated ten million Twitter users reacted in protest at the ban by creating ironic jokes and posting pictures to mock the government.
Russian forces seized airbase in Crimea Peninsula using armored vehicles to break into last Ukrainian military stronghold in the newly-incorporated territory. Gunfire, explosions at the Belbek air base, outside Sevastopol, vehicles broke down gate after ultimatum to Ukrainian troops by Russians.
Israeli forces have attacked Palestinians in East al-Quds (Jerusalem) during a protest to condemn the killing of three people in the occupied West Bank. clashes took place after Palestinians gathered outside the Old City in East al-Quds in protest to the killing of the three Palestinians in the city of Jenin.
An anti-austerity demonstration that drew tens of thousands of people from across Spain to central Madrid has turned violent as protesters clashed with security forces. Police attacked the protesters, who hurled bottles and other objects, and beat them back with batons. Police vehicle and a bank were damaged.
A non-toxic, fermented wheat germ shown to halt aberrations in cells that which makes ‘good’ cells turn cancerous. Fermented wheat germ, Avemar (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) made by standardized, patented process, inhibits interference in enzymatic activity.
Chicago Democrat who controls the Illinois House proposed a tax on millionaires Thursday to fund the state's financially strapped education system. Amendment to tack a 3 percent surcharge onto incomes over $1 million, which he said would raise $1 billion a year for elementary and secondary education.
Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) of South Africa ordered Monsanto to withdraw its ads on local radio in which the company boasts the benefits of GM crops, including a “healthier environment” and more food sustainably. According to the ASA, the claims made of genetically engineered crops are unsubstantiated.
Drone that can steal contents of your smartphone from your location data to your Amazon (AMZN, Fortune 500) password, testing it in London. Technology equipped on the drone, known as Snoopy, looks for mobile devices with Wi-Fi settings turned on, networks they've accessed in the past.
Gunbattles between supporters and opponents of Syrian President Bashar Assad subsided in Tripoli, north Lebanon, Friday after heavy fighting over the last 24 hours left three people dead. explosions rocked many parts of the city before fighting eased around 8 a.m. But sniper fire continued.
Russians abroad attempting to use their Visa/Mastercard debit or credit cards transactions declined for retail purchases with cards issued through one of four Russian banks have been forced to find alternative means of payment. No notice was given by either company that cards would be declined.
Australian government imposed asset seizures, visa bans on selected Russian figures, ratcheted up threats of reprisal against Moscow over Crimea. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop warned Russia “the situation in Ukraine remains serious with potential for military confrontation.
US Pacific Fleet commander, Admiral Harry Harris: maritime tensions at highest point he had seen for thirty years because of China’s “destabilising” influence. Chinese army deputy chief of general staff, rejects claims China responsible for increased tensions. Rather, provocations by other countries.
Federal Magistrate Judge John M. Facciola denied a US government request earlier this month for a search and seizure warrant, targeting electronic data stored on Apple Inc. property, described as series of “overbroad search and seizure requests,” and “unconstitutional warrant applications.”
US officials, American media mountedpropaganda campaign, posturing as defenders of world peace. Washington Post editorialized “Mr. Putin’s claim that Russia should have a say in the political orientation of its neighbors, and whether they join alliances such as the European Union or NATO, is unacceptable.
Heavily-armed masked men in military attire, stormed two Ukraine corvettes, Lutsk and Khmelnitsky, in what is now Russian territory at the port of Sevastopol. Shots fired, no casualties. Tensions in the region remain high despiterelease of Ukrainian naval commander held by pro-Russian forces.
Twitter users in Turkey unable to access the social media site after a block by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. increasingly tight internet restrictions, well-publicised dislike of Twitter, other social media sites, especially when they’re used to spread allegations of corruption in his government.
A study by the Gates Foundation is promoting a system that would track the careers of college graduates long after they receive their degrees, attacking the National Association for Independent Colleges and Universities for promoting laws that prevent up-close surveillance of students by the government.
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