Big brother style self-service check-outs which socially profile customers to stop shoplifters in development. The technology takes into account whether the store is located in a bad area; the time of day; shopping history and queue length before determining if it is likely a shopper has stolen items.
Why Monsanto and other GMOs companies would like to learn a new product. Marijuana may be next major GMO crop. Company plans to manipulate “medical marijuana.”Pharmaceutical mafia can create transgenic strains with ability to produce more active compounds which are patented.
NATO may station permanently additional troops in Eastern Europe, the alliance’s top military commander said, adding that it would be a defensive measure. He cited “a new paradigm” demonstrated by Russia in Crimea and Ukraine.
Radicals set the building with innocent people inside on fire in Odessa, then strangled the survivors and finished them with bats, while police did nothing to prevent the bloodshed. That’s the scary picture a survivor of the massacre told RT. Nobody expected such cruelty, it was too late to escape,
Israel military officially informed residents its intention to uproot all trees planted on both sides of the road. for security, protection” of Israeli settlers in area. Thousands of olive trees to be cut, uprooted. April 28, Israeli settlers uprooted 150 olive trees in village of Huwwara, day earlier, destroyed 60 trees.
Riot police in Belgium used water cannon to disperse an anti-Israel gathering in the capital, Brussels defied a ban on rallying in Brussels’ district of Anderlecht. Belgian officials had banned the meeting, calling it a threat to public order.
In the wake of Friday’s fascist massacre of pro-Russian protesters at the Trade Unions House in Odessa, the US puppet regime in Kiev deployed National Guard units to the city yesterday.
Move came after anti-government demonstrators in the Black Sea port city of Odessa pledged to occupy official buildings three days after 40 people killed in fire at a trade union building allegedly set by pro-Kiev activists. Pro-Russian activists, Ukrainian troops clashed in Slavyansk.
There were fatalities among both Kiev loyalists and local militia members after government troops renewed the crackdown on the defiant eastern Ukrainian protester stronghold of Slavyansk. Over a dozen of people have been killed, including some civilians.
FDA has decided to approve a whole new list of foods for radiation treatment. substantial body of evidence that irradiated foods are not healthy for human consumption. Irradiated food can make the body’s ability to absorb nutrients very poor.
Numerous towns in the state, have made zoning laws such that a medical marijuana facility could never legally operate there, even though at the state level, owners would be well within their legal rights. Law requires a pharmacist to dispense marijuana and only for very specific ailments.
German newspaper Bild: Numerous US agents helping coup-appointed government in Ukraine. CIA, FBI advising government in Kiev how to “fight organized crime,” violence in the country’s eastern regions.
Wheat farmers in Gaza begun harvesting crops before fully grown, fear Israeli attacks. Wheat not fully matured say, they prefer to have some wheat rather than none. Say Israeli soldiers burned their wheat fields last year at harvest season. Attacks include uprooting, burning, cutting down olive trees.
Ukraine’s military has blocked the main road to the eastern city of Slavyansk, Pro-Russia protesters say that Slavyansk is now fully under siege by Ukrainian army. Ukraine National Security and Defense Council: offensive will be extended to every town under control of anti-government activists.
New video has emerged online which shows a man shooting at the windows of Odessa’s burning House of Trade Unions. At least 39 anti-government activists died in the flames on May 2 in the building besieged and set ablaze by radicals, dozens burnt alive. 60 survivors are being held in jails.
Anti-government protesters reportedly conducting battle with Ukraine military forces near town of Slavyansk in Donetsk region. Self-defense fighters “pursuing” National Guard troops, Rights Sector militants, “mercenaries.” conducting offensive rather than defensive operation; gunfights, shooting.
Activists wanted to be heard at National Organic Standards Board Meeting (NOSB). discussing integrity of organic foods arrested after protest against watering down organic standards by USDA and Obama political appointee’s, reduce determinations which allow synthetic ingredients in food.
Ukraine military started operation against pro-autonomy activists in city of Mariupol, southeastern Ukraine, town of Konstantinovka. Shots heard in city. 10 died in fighting. Self-defense forces declare state of emergency. Clashes intensified. Some “killed by snipers,” others died from burns or suffocation.
Residents of east Ukrainian city Kramatorsk lashed out at troops entering the city with outrage. Kiev government: The soldiers were "liberating the people “kept hostage” from pro-Russian terrorists.” Ukrainians not grateful for roaming armored vehicles, shooting unarmed civilians.
Entire populations now live under constant surveillance. “It's no longer based on the traditional practice of targeted taps based on some individual suspicion of wrongdoing,” he said. “It covers phone calls, emails, texts, search history, what you buy, who your friends are, where you go, who you love.”
Spokesperson for Russian President Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Peskov, official statement: "authorities in Kiev not only bear direct responsibility, but are complicit in these criminal activities. Their arms are up to the elbows in blood." 39 anti-government activists died in fire set by pro-Kiev radicals.
Ukrainian Interior Ministry: 31 anti-government activists died in a fire at Odessa’s Trade Unions House. Some burned to death, others suffocated, jumped out of windows. Building set ablaze by pro-Kiev radicals. 40 injured. Most bodies had St. George ribbons indicatated pro-Russian or anti-Kiev activists.
Self-defense squads have reportedly taken down at least two Ukrainian army helicopters, with one pilot confirmed dead. fate of the others is currently unknown. All checkpoints massively targeted, with helicopter support.”Loss of helicopters forced Kiev to halt crackdown on the city.
Aircraft manufacturer, Sikorsky, developing a robocopter version of the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter to do same tasks more efficiently and without putting humans at risk. Controlled from a ground control station but can make crucial flying decisions without any human input.
Half -- yes, HALF -- of Illinois residents say they'd move out of the state if they could. Trailing just slightly behind is Connecticut -- the Fix's home state! -- with 49 percent of its residents saying they would leave if they could.
The United States Supreme Court this week effectively ended all efforts to overturn a controversial 2012 law that grants the government the power to indefinitely detain American citizens without due process.
The Ukrainian army has begun a special operation against pro-autonomy activists in eastern town of Slavyansk Friday morning, as air raid sirens went off, gunfire was heard. Thick smoke spotted on the outskirts of the city, Unconfirmed reports Ukrainian military helicopter shot down.
May Day celebrations in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, have turned violent as pro-autonomy activists seized the local Prosecutor’s Office. Police responded with tear gas and stun grenades but later relinquished their weapons. Twenty-six people sustained injuries, including gunshot wounds.
Ukraine's acting President Olexander Turchynov reinstated military conscription announced in a decree to deal with deteriorating security in the country. Came as pro-Russia militants seized regional prosecutor's office ineastern city of Donetsk. Ukraine blames Russia for organising seizures
IMF: $17bn loan to Ukraine. Gazprom gets paid; Ukraine gets cash; US, EU more 'control. IF UKRAINE GOVERNMENT LOSES CONTROL OVER EAST OF COUNTRY, $17 BLN IMF BAILOUT WOULD BE REDESIGNED. Means go to war with pro-Russian forces, possibly Russia itself or no money.
The Ukrainian army is on full alert due to the “threat of a Russian invasion,” Ukraine’s acting President Aleksandr Turchinov said after admitting the government in Kiev cannot control the situation in the rebellious eastern regions of the country. Troops sent against activists defected.
Loan is dependent on strict economic reforms, raising taxes, energy prices, freeze minimum wage, further funds of $15bn from other donors, World Bank, EU, Canada and Japan. Commitment to help Ukraine recover tens of billions of dollars allegedly stolen by the ousted President Yanukovych.
Dr. Annette Bosworth, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate compared food stamp recipients to wild animals. Her former employees say Bosworth owes them back pay. State attorney general: people say they bought raffle tickets to raise money for her nonprofit health organization but no drawings held.
More than 4 per cent of inmates sentenced to death on the United States’ notorious death row are probably innocent, research suggests.
Two Massachusetts cops beat a woman who questioned them why they searched her home without a warrant, then charged her for assault and battery. After her video of the scuffle was viewed by prosecutors, they dropped all charges. Police chief said his officers' actions were "justified.
Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Alexander Lukashevich: Russia will definitely respond to the sanctions imposed by Tokyo on a number of its citizens over Ukraine crisis, will not go unanswered. US sanctions, will have a painful effect on Washington. Tensions heightened.
Washington, (EU) imposed new sanctions on Russian business, political leaders. Obama: “We do not know whether it’s going to work. Threatens trade war. Could bring much of European economy to a halt. Violence mounts in Ukraine. Mayor of Kharkov shot. World on brink of war.
President of the Ukrainian Grain Association (UGA) Volodymyr Klymenko: we propose the legalization of the use of GM seeds, which had been tested in the United Stated for a long time, for our producers. Monsanto winner of US State Department 27th Annual World Food Prize in 2013.
A judge ruled a Pennsylvania widow was given ample notice before her $280,000 home was auctioned off over $6.30 in unpaid interest. Eileen Battisti asked the court to reverse the September 2011 sale of her house planned to appeal judge’s ruling to the Commonwealth Court. “I paid everything.”
Los Angeles county prosecutors have accused two former sheriff’s deputies of planting weapons at a legal pot dispensary in an attempt to establish grounds for arrest. Multiple offenses, from obstruction of justice to perjury. CIA caught smuggling much worse drugs. Reputation for corruption.
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