Ellen Brown, author of ‘Web of Debt’ and the ‘Public Banking Solution’, is running for Treasurer in California, aiming to create a State Bank. will implement legislation to charter a Californian State Bank. State Debt could be refinanced interest-free, end plundering by Wall Street fraudulent ‘Government debt’.
Iran and six leading world powers, the P5+1, have agreed to implement the nuclear deal reached in Geneva in November starting from January 20. Iran receives $550 million installment of $4.2 billion in frozen overseas funds on February 1. President Obama welcomed the agreement.
Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa has unveiled the country’s first domestically made unmanned aerial vehicle. on sale in South America, cost “7 times less” than Israeli equivalent. Designed by Ecuadorian Air Force (FAE) to monitor borders, hard-to-reach areas, Amazon rainforest, assisting investigations.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) says thousands of South Sudanese people have fled to neighboring countries in the wake of deadly violence between government troops and rebels. UN refugee agency: confirmed Sunday 10,000 people have crossed border into Sudan from South Sudan.
The Red Cross in Central African Republic (CAR) has confirmed 13 deaths in two days of consecutive intense clashes in the country’s capital Bangui since Michel Djotodia announced his resignation from the presidency. Reports of attacks on mosques, lootings of Muslim-owned shops and houses in Bangui.
Press TV: Clashes have resumed between Egypt’s security forces and students demanding the reinstatement of ousted president, Mohamed Morsi, outside several universities across the country. Female student is said to be in a critical condition after being hit in face with bird shot.
Raymond Hull: serial criminal 32 convictions, drink- driving, burglary, assaulting police, violent attack. 22 children with 11 different women. Hasn’t worked in ten years. 18-month-suspended sentence dealing cannabis. Son, Adrian killed his babysitter. Three sons jailed for robbery, violence, drugs, drunk daughter.
Uruguay,will spend the next few months selecting a good quality strain of the crop that can be sold at a price similar to current illegal prices. Studying the best way to produce competitively-priced high-quality marijuana while involving small and medium Uruguayan producers.
PulseWallet syncs your credit card to the palm of your hand through the device’s internal biometric technology. Using built-in Fujitsu palm-scanning technology called Palm Secure, the electronic device photographs a person’s unique vein pattern just below the skin. makes forging extremely difficult.
Edward Snowden:highly classified top-secret documents obtained from the United States Department of Defense providing “incontrovertible proof” that “alien/extraterrestrial intelligence agenda” is driving US domestic and international policy, and has been doing so since at least 1945.
The US military has sent a small group of military advisers to Somalia in the first overt deployment of US soldiers there since 1993. Their job is to advise African troops fighting al-Shabaab, an Islamist militia whose leaders have professed loyalty to al-Qaeda,
Hundreds of Britons have gathered outside Tottenham police station in northern London to hold a protest vigil for Mark Duggan after an inquest jury ruled earlier this week that police shot the black man lawfully in 2011. 1.476 deaths in custody or following police contact since 1990, not one conviction.
Papers released by UK’s National Archives reveal Margaret Thatcher developed plans to use army to break year-long 1984-1985 miners’ strike. Thatcher denied plan was in place. 20,000 miners were injured or hospitalised, 13,000 arrested, 200 imprisoned, 2 killed on picket lines.
Nadine Wright,, prisoner when she suffered a miscarriage. It is alleged that, with the dead foetus on the floor, she was told to clean up the blood in the cell. She stole food from a supermarket worth £13.94. The appalling treatment meted out to Wright would need a modern-day Charles Dickens to adequately depict.
House passed Reducing Excessive Deadline Obligations Act. Eliminate requirements for Environmental Protection Agency to review, update hazardous-waste disposal regulations, make more difficult for government to compel companies that deal with toxic substances to carry proper insurance for cleanups.
Ecuadorian government is now attempting to take down Ecuador's indigenous leaders who are committed to defending their territory from any oil development plans by companies. Attorney General, accuses leaders of crime of threat" during protests against the oil auction.
New housing tax has sparked public outcry in Italy leaving millions of taxpayers angry. New housing services tax would cost Italian families more than a previous property tax abolished six weeks ago. Those who will pay more families with several children who are less well-of.
International campaign to boycott Israeli products taking a heavy toll on illegal settlers in Jordan Valley region occupied West Bank. Income of the settlerss who grow fresh products dropped by more than 14 percent or $29 million in last year, Western European markets avoid buying the products.
Silver State Schools Credit Union of Las Vegas, Nevada, now offers loans specifically for K-12 teachers who are struggling to scrape together the classroom essentials. Predatory lenders have gone after soldiers and students. Now, credit unions have underpaid K-12 teachers in their sights.
Dozens of retired New York City police officers were charged on Tuesday in a suspected disability scam in which hundreds are thought to have falsely claimed to have been traumatized by the Sept. 11 terror attacks, rendering them unfit for work. 72 city police officers, eight firefighters, five correction officers
A European parliament committee has invited Edward Snowden to testify via video link in its investigation of US surveillance practices. The justice and civil liberties committee voted 36-2 with one abstention on Thursday to seek testimony from former NSA contractor, who exposed the US secret surveillance.
One day after saying Illinois should reduce its minimum wage by a dollar, a wealthy conservative candidate for governor is walking the proposal back. Bruce Rauner (R) call for a wage cut drew sharp criticism from state Democrats, changed his tune.
A labor appeals court in north-central Argentina ruled that the construction of a Monsanto plant is unconstitutional, halting work on the site. The three judge court ruled 2-1 in favor of the activists who filed a legal appeal against Monsanto’s GMO seed plant on environmental protection grounds.
Lawyers from the Justice Department have urged a judge to halt a lawsuit against the NSA’s spy programs. This comes after the judge’s previous ruling that the NSA’s collection of metadata was likely unconstitutional and "almost Orwellian" in nature.
The doctors said riot police attacked them with tear gas while they were treating anti-government protesters. doctors added that police officers chased and beat the protesters in hospitals, pressing the doctors to reveal the names of demonstrators they had treated.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has reiterated that Iran should be invited to the upcoming conference for ending the deadly crisis in Syria.rejected setting preconditions for Iran’s participation in the meeting, known as Geneva II Conference, as “unconstructive.”
In 2012, Seoul was the largest investor in the country with $287 million in projects. South Korea has emerged as a behind-the-scenes actor in the crackdown. The embassyadmits that in recent weeks it has been running a backdoor campaign to protect Korean business interests.
China, largest investor in South Sudan’s oil sector, fierce fighting continues between forces loyal to President Salva Kiir and those of his former deputy. Some of the largest oil fields China operates are in areas controlled by fighters backing Riek Machar, the country’s vice-president until he was sacked in July.
The largest Dutch pension fund company, PGGM, reportedly chose to withdraw all its investments from five largest Israeli banks, whose branches are involved in financing construction settlements in the West Bank .PGGM manages over 140 billion euros in pension assets on behalf of five pension fund.
The company said that for the quarter ending November 30, 2013 it earned $368 million, or 69 cents per share. Monsanto’s total revenue rose 7 percent last quarter to $3.1 billion. Germany, France, Italy proposed national bans on GMOs. Zambia, Benin,Serbia agreed on total bans altogether.
Police and protesters clash in the Greece capital Athens during a demonstration against European Union after the country officially launched its six-month presidency of the bloc. Greece at the epicenter of the eurozone debt crisis in its sixth year of recession, harsh austerity measures left thousands unemployed..
Clashes erupted between police and demonstrators in town of Kasserine on Wednesday, dozens of protesters tried to force their way into offices of ruling Ennahda party, protest over new taxes, bad living conditions three years after revolution. Ennahda party expressed "understanding" over the protest.
Radio Disney made 26 stops across Ohio with a pro-fracking group to promote oil and gas to elementary school students. An educational program funded by Ohio’s oil and gas industry sponsored by Radio Disney has environmental activists, parent upset over what they say is a hijacking of public education.
The standoff between the Iraqi army and the insurgents poses a dilemma for the Obama administration, torn between distaste for Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki’s sectarian approach to politics and a resurgence of al-Qaida in the country.
JPMorgan Chase will pay $1.7 billion to victims of Madoff Ponzi scheme to settle charges it failed to adequately police the accounts, to resolve criminal charges over its role in the 2008 Madoff scandal, the largest ever financial fraud to rock Wall Street. Largest penalty for a violation of the Bank Secrecy Act.
Upset with NSA spying on US citizens senators from opposing parties Ted Lieu (D) and Joel Anderson (R) formally introduced Senate Bill 828 on Monday banning companies in California from providing essential utility services to the agency – including cutting off its computer-cooling water supply.
Geopolitical analyst Eric Draister explained recent infighting between foreign-funded fighters battling within Syria's borders suggested new narrative portraying "good terrorists" locked in battle with "bad terrorists, new context which the West can continue arming, funding terrorist groups waging war on Syria.
Dr. Richard J. Roberts, Nobel Prize in Medicine 1993: pharmaceutical companies are interested in research that doesn’t cure but only make you experience an improvement that disappears when you stop taking the drug because drug companies often are not as interested in healing you as in getting money.
A Democratic push to extend unemployment benefits that expired moved forward in the Senate. Republicans in opposition, contend issuing emergency unemployment checks discourage job seekers. Urge Congress to focus on Republican job-creation ideas, like expanded oil drilling.
Health officials in California are now telling residents not to worry after a video uploaded to the internet last month seemed to show high levels of radiation at a Pacific Coast beach. Authorities saying that they have no reason to believe that conditions along the West Coast are unsafe.
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