Venezuela has given three American diplomats from US Embassy in Caracas 48 hours to exit country. President Nicolas Maduro leveled accusations of conspiracy, meeting with students to incite anti-government sentiment, training, financing and the creation of youth organizations to foment violence.”
March 2nd through March 4th, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) will hold its annual celebration of Zionist domination of American politics and media. The 2014 AIPAC Policy Conference at the Washington, DC Convention Center will attract thousands of fanatical Zionists, and angry protestors.
Former Georgian Prime Minister Ivane (Vano) Merabishvili sentenced to five years in prison on embezzlement charges, guilty of paying illegal money to over 1000 activists from his party in run-up to parliamentary elections in 2012. Accused of obtaining luxury villa from a company through blackmail.
French are preparing to restore a GMO maize ban in their country just before farmers prepare for Spring planting. A Senator of the currently ruling socialist party is calling for a ban to counteract an anticipated swell of activist upset over genetically modified organisms. France largest grower of crops in Europe,
Uncle Ben’s rice has been American staple for years,‘fortified’ rice variety proven full of toxic constituents, cause headaches, nausea, skin rashes, other undesirable symptoms. FDA issuing recall, days after product reported to be loaded with heavy metals, MSG, arsenic,synthetic B vitamins.
Decorating an Egyptian temple wall at Abydos are strange hieroglyphics which depict what appears to be modern day aircraft. Contains images of what appear to be modern-day technology—a helicopter, a submarine, a glider, and another unknown type of aircraft (some believe resemble the Hindenburg).
Common interest in offshore mineral exploration areas throughout Eastern Mediterranean, Israel, Cyprus tightening defense air, naval exercises. relations between Israel, Cyprus, Greece warming. Israel’ relations with Turkey deteriorated since rise of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan power
Washington is ready to help Manila in the event that Beijing invades Pag-Asa, the second largest island in the disputed Spratly Islands, a top US military official said, could not say what form of assistance may be extended to the Philippines but noted that the two countries have existing defense treaties.
Capital One recently sent a contract update to cardholders, update specifies that "we may contact you in any manner we choose" and that such contacts can include calls, emails, texts, faxes or a "personal visit. Visits can be "at your home and at your place of employment."
Fifth Third National Bank refused to tell inquiring news agencies exactly what happened, nor how many of its customers the bank falsely reported were in bankruptcy proceedings; bankruptcy” status was sent to credit bureaus .Statement saying that it corrected the false information with the four credit bureaus.
State law allows residents to have backyard shooting ranges, concerned about law not having clearly defined rules on safety. Florida, some of least restrictive gun regulations in country, passed law in 2011, keep local lawmakers from making changes $5,000 fine, removed from office should they try.
Der Spiegel: Germany resumes counter-espionage of US, allies, response to NSA surveillance, US economic spying, deeply criticized. Tracking US, Britian. Merkel: build communication network in Europe, German intelligence stepped up. Mandate: Ministers use encryption, less rhetoric more action.
140 Brazilian cities ration water, worst drought on record, neighborhoods receive water every three days. Rivers, streams driest in 20 years. Record heat wave could raise energy prices, damage crops. World's leading exporter of coffee, orange juice, sugar, beef. January hottest month on record. Situation "critical.
French official European affairs minister Thierry Repentin: European Union (EU) forces will be deployed to the Central African Republic (CAR) from next month. "In March, in a few weeks, there will be in the CAR several hundred troops coming from several countries of the European Union,"
US President Barack Obama on Friday pledged $1 billion in loan guarantees for Middle East ally Jordan and the renewal of a five-year aid package. Jordan, one of the United States' closest allies in the Middle East, is a regional player in diplomatic effort.
Jamaica, politicians discuss easeing marijuana laws. Mexico City, lawmakers proposed new plan to let stores sell cannabis. From the Americas to Europe to North Africa and beyond, the marijuana legalization movement is gaining unprecedented traction. Some see a potentially lucrative industry in regulation.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is proposing building a European communications network to help improve data protection. It would avoid emails and other data automatically passing through the United States. Classified NSA documents revealed large amounts personal data collected from internet by US.
New research suggests that the main system that helps determine the weather over Northern Europe and North America may be changing. The study shows that the so-called jet stream has increasingly taken a longer, meandering path, resulted in weather remaining the same for more prolonged periods.
People with serious pre-existing diseases, paying for expensive drug treatments no help from health care exchanges.If medicine needed isn't on list, not covered. doesn't count against your deductible. Have to pay completely out of pocket. MS patient could be expected to pay $62,000 just for one medication.
Turkey’s parliament passed bill tightening government control over judiciary, amid violent brawl one lawmaker hospitalised. Fists, insults flew between lawmakers as bill debated. Opposition deputy called Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan a dictator, deputies from leader’s party shouted “are you drunk?”
Taliban called on Afghans to expel the United States from Afghanistan on Saturday just as Afghan mujahideen fighters did to Soviet forces 25 years ago. “We want to remind the Americans we did not accept invaders with their sweet and nice slogans in the past. God willing, your destiny will be the same.
Man locked up in Luzerne County after breaking into city hall in Pittston. Police said Max Deangelo smashed glass doors to get into city hall. Pittston Police Department located in building. Accused of kicking officers in chest, face as they tried to arrest him. Deangelo and officer taken to hospital.
US has numerous military bases in Japan and across the region, and would be obligated to provide military assistance under the mutual cooperation treaty should China launch a strike in an attempt to strengthen their hold on the disputed territory.
Protest rally in Montenegro against government's tough austerity measures and high unemployment turned violent after police clash with demonstrators. Demonstrators blame government for high unemployment, economic mismanagement and alleged corruption, calling for its resignation.
Violence between Kurdish protesters, Police in southeastern Turkey. Protesters hurled stones petrol bombs. Police used water cannon, tear gas. Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) fighting for autonomous Kurdish region in southeastern Turkey since 1980s. Tens of thousands dead on both sides of conflict.
Egyptian army demolished ten more tunnels under border with Gaza Strip under Israeli blockade. Has destroyed hundreds. Lifeline for Gazans living under the Israeli siege. Palestinians use the tunnels to bring essential supplies, such as food, cooking gas, medicines, petrol, and livestock, into the Gaza Strip.
Better Markets, a non-profit Wall Street watchdog, filed a lawsuit Monday against the US Department of Justice (DOJ) alleging that its $13 billion settlement with JPMorgan Chase over the bank’s sale of toxic mortgage-backed securities in the run-up to the financial crisis was an illegal cover-up.
The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department facing lawsuit, one of many over appalling acts of police brutality. Shooting 80-year-old man to death with a submachine gun while he lay in his own bed. Suspected of having methamphetamine, after receiving anonymous tip. Sheriffs found no drugs.
Tens of thousands of Indonesians have fled their homes after a volcano erupted in east Java. Mount Kelud spewed ash and debris over a large area, including the city of Surabaya, about 130km (80 miles) away. Three people died after their houses collapsed under the weight of ash.
India's normally disruptive parliament was widely derided on Friday as having hit a new low after lawmakers fought, broke equipment and pepper-sprayed the chamber over a bill to create a new state. India's media condemned the lawmakers' behaviour as "revolting" and a "disgrace to democracy" after mayhem erupted.
U.S. regulators on Friday told banks they can allow marijuana dealers to open accounts, as states around the country begin to legalize the drug for medical and recreational use. US Treasury spelled out how banks could have dealings with the vendors without being hit with money laundering or other charges.
Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank geting out of trading supplies of raw uranium. Banks amassed stockpiles of the nuclear fuel ingredient larger than those held by Iran. Other banks lining up to take their place. Can be bought and sold without significant international controls.
Bulgarian police arrested Friday more than 120 people after hundreds of stone-throwing nationalists and football hooligans chanting racist slogans tried to storm a mosque in Plovdiv, officials said. “One policeman and several protesters injured. Rising anti-foreigner feeling in the European Union’s poorest country.
Campaign to impose porn filters that not only often don't work, also block legal useful websites including technology news sites like Slashdot, digital rights groups like EFF, rape counseling websites, and more. Legitimate websites inaccessible, extend to websites deemed "extremist.
Digital Recognition Network supplies machines that quickly read license plate numbers as drivers pass by, new Utah law bans license plate collection by private companies. Company arguing that collecting license plate numbers is free speech. Law intended to protect drivers’ privacy.
Billionaire capitalist Tom Perkins told audience at Commonwealth Club in San Francisco Americans shouldn’t be able to vote unless they pay taxes and that the wealthy should have more votes. what I really think is, it should be like a corporation. You pay a million dollars in taxes, you get a million votes.
The Obama administration released on Friday new rules that aim to ease relationships between banks and legal marijuana shops. Banks have been reluctant to allow pot businesses to open accounts given the contradictions between federal and state laws. New guidelines created by the US Department of Justice.
The National Security Advisory Committee (NSAC) wants Ministry of Foreign Affairs to summon officials of United States Agency for International Development (USAID) give information over “plans to topple the government using activists. Plans to destabilise the Government will not be tolerated.
Western militaries may lose access to critical materials for weapons because of the growing demand for new technologies, questionable supply lines production in unfriendly or dangerous countries. “Key strategic materials crucial in manufacture of military hardware airframes, increasingly scarce.”
Spanish security researchers are going to show a palm-sized device that costs less than $20 to build from off-the-shelf, untraceable parts and that, depending on the car model, can screw with windows, headlights and even the truly scary, make-you-crash bits: i.e., steering and brakes.
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