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President Mohamed Morsi has been stripped of his power by the Egyptian army, General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi said in a statement. The country's chief justice will be the interim president of the country.The country's constitution has also been suspended.
A Turkish Court has cancelled plans to redevelop Taksim Square, according to court ruling from early June obtained by Reuters. The authorities planned to turn the park into a monument to the Ottoman Empire, which sparked mass protests last month.
A military coup is underway in Egypt, according to Mohamed Morsi's national security adviser and a Muslim Brotherhood spokesperson.Egyptian troops, including commandos, are deploying at key sites and intersections throughout Egypt
France wants to delay the ‘biggest bilateral trade deal in history' by 2 weeks after learning the USA was allegedly tracking economic communications of EU member states.
Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi vowed to stay in power and defend constitutional legitimacy.An opposition spokesman called Mursi's defiance "an open call for civil war". Peaceful protests would go on, he said.
Bolivian officials say their country's presidential plane had to land in Austria after false rumors that former Edward Snowden was aboard the aircraft.Portuguese authorities wouldn't let President Morales' plane land for refueling in Lisbon, French authorities wouldn't let the plane enter their airspace
The program specifically targets whistle-blowers wishing to expose corruption and illegal practices by government agencies, equates media leaks with espionage, and like a page out of George Orwell’s 1984, mandates that government employees spy and snitch on each other or risk being criminally charged!
Bolivia would consider any request favourably.President Nicolas Maduro said Caracas was also ready to consider Snowden's asylum should he ask for it.
Ecuador is not considering Edward Snowden's asylum request and never intended to facilitate his flight from Hong Kong, president Rafael Correa said, as the whistleblower made a personal plea to Quito for his case to be heard.
"The joint drill conducted by the two militaries of China and Russia do not target any third parties. Their aim is to deepen co-operation between the two militaries in the training field, boost capacity in co-ordinating military activities, and serve the purpose of safeguarding regional security and stability,"
Edward Snowden has withdrawn his request for political asylum from Russia, the Kremlin said on Tuesday, further adding to the uncertainty over the US whistleblower's future.Poland,Finland refuse asylum.
Requests for asylum addressed to embassy officials of the following countries: Austria, Bolivia, Brazil, China, Cuba, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, India, Italy, Ireland, the Netherlands, Nicaragua, Norway, Poland, Russia, Spain, Switzerland and Venezuela.
He also called on US officials to push much more urgently to draw in China, Russia and other regional powers to reach some kind of peaceful end to the Syrian crisis.
“Indian Embassy in Moscow did receive a request for asylum in a communication dated 30 June from Mr Edward Snowden,” Syed Akbaruddin, a spokesman for India’s foreign ministry,
Ecuador is not considering Edward Snowden’s asylum request and never intended to facilitate his flight from Hong Kong,Snowden was Russia’s responsibility and would have to reach Ecuadorean territory before the country would consider any asylum request,
Informed sources say the Egyptian army's has drafted a road map to end the political crisis in the country by suspending the constitution and dissolving the parliament. The army issued ultimatum for President Mohamed Morsi to reach power-sharing compromise with the opposition
US Secretary of State John Kerry says an international conference must be held soon to explore ways of ending the crisis in Syria.
US intelligence services are spying on the European Union Japan, Mexico, South Korea, India and Turkey, UK, GermanFrench, Italian and Greek embassies.
Israeli media say Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has rejected Palestinian preconditions for talks, which urge Tel Aviv to halt its illegal settlement activities and release Palestinian prisoners.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Araqchi has dismissed as baseless allegations of the Islamic Republic’s involvement in the ongoing Syrian crisis.Iran has repeatedly expressed its opposition to any foreign intervention in Syria's internal affairs
The pro-Kurdish the Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) had called for protests to launch a summer of demonstrations against Ankara’s lack of commitment to the peace process.
Brazilian police have used tear gas in clashes with thousands of protesters near Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, as Brazil took on Spain in the final match of the FIFA Confederations Cup.
Commander-in-Chief of Egyptian Armed Forces General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said “if the demands of the people are not realized within the defined period, it will be incumbent upon (the armed forces) ... to announce a road map for the future.”
Investigation of Carlos Vladimir Corach for allegedly giving illegal payment of 400,000 dollars to Carlos Telleldin who was charged in the 1994 bombing.Argentinean court has ordered probe of country's Jewish ex-interior minister for alleged ties to AMIA Jewish center bombing,85 dead hundreds wounded.
A Russian consular official says American whistle-blower Edward Snowden has applied for political asylum in the country.
“Russia has never extradited anybody anywhere and has no intention to do so,”Snowden may stay in Russia under “one condition: stop his work inflicting damage on our American partners no matter how strange this may sound coming from my lips.”
Germany Federal Prosecutor's Office to bring charges against US, British intelligence over spying.French President Hollande said his country will not negotiate with United States untill spying ended.
EU High Representative Catherine Ashton said U.S. authorities were contacted abou report the U.S. spy agency had tapped EU offices in Washington, Brussels and at the United Nations.
Hundreds of Tunisian protesters have taken to the streets in the capital Tunis to voice their opposition to a draft law that is expected to ban the former regime’s officials from running in elections.
US Consulate has asked the cable television provider to remove Press TV, replace it with CNN and BBC. Intelsat announced that it will no longer provide services to Iranian channels including Press TV.
The demonstration was held on Saturday despite the massive crackdown on anti-government protesters over the past weeks. Erdogan has described the demonstrators as foreign-backed extremists and terrorists.
Barack Obama met with president of Senegal at start of three-nation, week-long African tour aimed at promoting US strategic and profit interests on the continent.
A Spanish judge has ordered prison without bail for a former treasurer of the ruling People’s Party (PP), amid a series of corruption allegations against Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's government.
U.S. Senator Rand Paul criticized Obama for sending weapons to militants fighting the Syrian government forces."I think it shouldn't happen unless there's a vote of Congress," Paul said. "We can't be the world's savior."
The United States is planning to provide Air-refueling aircraft,advanced radars for F-15 fighters and eight V-22 Ospreys.
US Army Now Censoring British Newspapers. U.S. Army admitted to blocking employees’ access to The Guardian which broke the NSA spy gate scandal.
U.S. businessman who was held hostage in his Chinese factory for a week left his office this morning.Chu Li Xiang representative of the Workers Union said the standoff had a "satisfactory conclusion for both sides."But was unwilling to disclose exact amount in the settlement
US envoy James Dobbins said Washington outraged at how Taliban opened an office in Qatar intended as first step towards peace deal in Afghanistan."The use of Islamic Emirate title the symbols,signs and nomenclature.
Ecuador's president said they're turning down trade benefits United States gives them. Ecuador tells the world we unilaterally and irrevocably renounce the preferential tariffs," he Andean Trade Promotion and Drug Eradication Act.
Concern in Beijing over cyber warfare US played victim of cyber attacks,turns out to be biggest villain, gone from‘model of human rights’to eavesdropper on personal privacy.
Following the disasters in Vietnam,Iraq, Afghanistan, U.S. military has adopted role to avoid direct engagement to go underground, conduct secret operations, force is not going to be used underground
The UK’s austerity policy is ideologically driven and is aimed at diverting finance from the poor to the rich under the pretext of the economic crisis.
Ecuador has rejected US tax relief on hundreds of millions of dollars in trade, amid pressure from Washington to decline asylum for NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned against supplying arms to the militants in Syria, saying the risks of the move are too high.
After Edward Snowden’s revelations on US surveillance operations, it has now emerged that the country’s staunch ally Britain is also involved in the spying programs of a global scale.
Journal News daily newspaper has requested from Putnam, Rockland and Westchester Counties a complete list of gun owners who did not file “opt out” papers exempting themselves from pistol permit public records.
If Snowden really does have more information, and sent it to multiple people then capturing or killing him would trigger release of information. Imagine what could happen if the government grabbed Snowden and brought him home to trial for treason?
British government has banned journalists from entering the country because they criticized Islamic clerics preach hate on daily basis in UK are left alone.
The United States will keep to routine channels in efforts to bring NSA leaker Edward Snowden back for prosecution, President Barack Obama said Thursday."I'm not going to be scrambling jets to get a 29-year-old hacker," he told reporters
ecodefenders destroyed 6,000 genetically modified beets in Jackson County, Oregon.FBI has deemed the act “economic sabotage.”
United States has begun shipping weapons to Jordan to arm militants fighting against President Bashar al-Assad
Iran has dispatched a naval fleet to the Russian port city of Astrakhan in a move to consolidate friendly relations between Tehran and Moscow, a deputy commander of the Iranian Navy says.
Brazilian police have clashed with protesters outside a stadium hosting a football match in the southeastern state of Minas Gerais.
South Carolina SenatorLindsey Graham,ssurports (NSA)spying and surveillance, intercepting and censoring postal lmail.
“No one should be charged under any law for disclosing information of human rights violations by the US government. Such disclosures are protected under the rights to information and freedom of expression,
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said terrorists might attack the United States as they know how to protect themselves thanks to revelations about the U.S. government’s global spying programs.
Turkish police resumed violent attacks on demonstrators,dozens injured.Water cannon,with corrosive liquid which burns the skin,rubber bullets.
Snowden has been charged with espionage is being denounced by American politicians and media as a traitor who is spying for the enemy.To whom is he giving information? The American people. In the eyes of Snowden’s accusers, the enemy is the American people
US Secretary of State John Kerry warned Moscow there would be “without doubt ... consequences” if Russian authorities did not give up Snowden. In the case of Ecuador,US lawmakers could retaliate by refusing to renew preferential trade arrangements
“It is a relatively trivial exercise to access the computer systems of a modern car and take control away from the driver.
California Senate approved bill that would require background checks,permits, $50 fees to purchase ammunition. Sen Dick Durbin wants taxing bullets a hundred or a thousand dollars apiece.
Kaczynski wrote the increasing industrialization of the world and reliance on technology would short-circuit the ability of humans to think for themselves and act on their own ideas and abilities.
Putin confirmedSnowden is at Moscow airport since Snowden has not committed a crime in Russia, the government will not extradite to the United States. Sen. Lindsey Graham R-S.C. said U.S.should "stand up to Putin."Ecuador doubts fair trial for Snowden.
Obama has invented a bogus pretense for military intervention in another Middle East country.Obama has officially started down a path thatinevitably leads to full-scale war.
In a surprisingly progressive move, the Republican-dominated House of Representatives recently voted to approve an amendment that would allow America to move forward on the development of sensible policies for the cultivation and sale of hemp.
“Globo always manipulates facts and tries to put the demonstrators in a bad light, focusing on the vandalism of a few hooligans,
Monsanto, which manufactured the GM wheat suggested the company was the victim of sabotage of anti-GM campaigners. Japan and South Korea cancelling shipments of us wheat.
The United States Conference of Mayors unanimously passed bipartisan resolution calling on Obama to stop interfering with state,local efforts to deal with problems caused by marijuana prohibition
US secretary of state John Kerry upset neither Chinese or Russian governments detained Snowden. Russian officials claim they lack the legal authority to detain Snowden. Americans can’t demand anything.
China voices concerns about cyber attacks, massive surveillance programs by the United States against its phone companies.
UK government has been secretly dispatching police agents into peaceful campaign groups, where they get involved in intimate sexual relationships for purpose of extracting information.
Iraq war veteran Daniel Somers committed suicide following battle with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) caused by his role in committing “crimes against humanity,” according to the soldier’s suicide note.
The United States is caught up in an intercontinental game of cat-and-mouse with Edward Snowden, the computer contractor who exposed details of secret U.S. surveillance programs.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has uncovered his government’s conspiracy to launch a military coup in Syria after failing to rally support for invasion idea at the recent G8 summit. David Cameron is encouraging Syrian Army to launch a coup against President Bashar al-Assad.
At least 600 Russians and Europeans are fighting alongside the rebels battling the forces of Syrian President Bashar Assad, Russian President Vladimir Putin said
Edward Snowden, has asked Ecuador for political asylum.He is bound for Ecuador for the purposes of asylum, and is being escorted by diplomats and legal advisors from WikiLeaks.”
Tear gas, rubber bullets, water cannons used to disperse protesters.Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan blamed enemies of Turkey from abroad for unrest.
whistleblower Edward Snowden has landed at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport in a bid to elude US extradition on espionage charges, is on his way to a ‘third country’ via Russia.His next flight is to Cuba
Obama administration filed charges of stealing government property, unauthorized communication of national defense information, and willful communication of classified information.
New Zealandgovernment is fast tracking new laws to give the country’s external security agency, the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB), greater powers to spy on citizens and residents.
Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff has offered reforms, divert all oil revenues to education, bring thousands of doctors from abroad.
A new poll has shown that three quarter of Brazilians back the nationwide rallies against poor public services and corruption, as protest organizers say they will continue their anti-government demonstrations.
American soldiers will be sent to Egypt to perform “riot control” duties in response to Egyptian citizens upset over the military dictatorship ruling their country.
Senator warns Vladimir Putin of 'serious consequences'... US politicians have attacked Vladimir Putin and called for Russia to hand over Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor who admitted leaking top secret spying documents.
A retired admiral is claiming that Obama conspired with America’s enemies to stagebogus attack and kidnapping of American ambassador so he could “negotiate” the release of “hostage” and bolster approval ratings prior to election.
Four US senators introduced bill prohibiting President Barack Obama from providing military assistance to militants in Syria, Democrats Tom Udall Chris Murphy, republicans Mike Lee and Rand Paul in effort to bar US Department of Defense from feeding anti-Syria militants.
Ministers want GM crops on supermarket shelves by the end of the decade after declaring they are’ safer than conventional food.Environment Secretary Owen Paterson made claim that millions of children in the world are 'dying or going blind' because the technique has not been widely adopted
Barack Obama, is now openly supporting selected rebel units in Syria which are part of the Al Qaeda network.
If you tweet a picture from your living room using your smartphone, you’re sharing far more than your new hairdo or the color of the wallpaper. You’re potentially revealing the exact coordinates of your house to anyone on the Internet.
Australianscomplaining about government surveyors asking intrusive personal questions. One resident was asked what sexual partners his wife had, also asked when either of them would be home alone. If residents decline questions, they can face fines or even jail.
Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation official told concerned citizens in Mt. Pleasant their numerous complaints about water quality could be "considered, under Homeland Security, an act of terrorism.” We just want clean and affordable water. How is that terrorism?”
John F. Kennedy pledged: “Ich bin ein Berliner”. President Ronald Reagan challenged: “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall.” Obama’s speech will go down in history as the most hypocritical of all time. Little wonder that the audience was there by invitation only. A real audience would have hooted Obama out of Berlin.
A new Canadian law forbids people from wearing a mask or covering their face during a riot or so-called “unlawful assembly” in the country. The law carries a maximum ten-year sentence for anyone convicted of physically concealing their identity.
A political analyst says the US wants to destabilize Lebanon to break the Iranian-led Middle East resistance movement against Western capitalism and neo-imperialism, Press TV reports.
Clashes erupted in Beirut between security forces and demonstrators protesting the extension of the parliament’s term.Portesters calling for parliamentary election.
Israel is pressing the European Union to take a more aggressive stance on Iran’s nuclear energy program, which Washington used as a pretext to impose illegal sanctions against Tehran.
The rulers in the United States fear “a mass movement against the injustice and the inequality” in the American society and that is why they are seeking broader spying powers. (FBI) admitts use of drones in domestic spying.
In a blatant act of transgression against the population of the world and real science, the agricultural equivalent to the ‘Nobel Peace Prize’ known as the World Food Prize has been given to a Monsanto executive and two associates for their role in the development of genetically modified crops.
A mechanic in New York, allegedly a Ku Klux Klan (KKK) member was arrested, charged with conspiracy to provide support to terrorists after he developed a radiation weapon to be used against Muslims and “enemies of Israel, the Department of Justice
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