The Million Mask March is sweeping the globe across Wednesday as demonstrators protest against austerity, mass surveillance and oppression. Participants will obscure their faces to protect their identity.
The Security Service, known as MI5, which is responsible for domestic security and counterintelligence, posted an advertisement on its website this week, alerting potential applicants that the job search for Russian-language speakers will officially launch “in mid-November 2014.
Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz : ‘Adult children stuck in their parents’ basements because they can’t find adequate employment should take unpaid work to bolster résumés as they wait for the recovery to take hold’. Centre of planning and Economic Research in Greece proposed measure: unpaid work for the young unemployed so companies would have a strong motive to hire young employees.
Oregonians 21 and older will be able to possess and smoke marijuana starting July 1 of 2015, able to carry one ounce legally, have eight ounces at home, allowed to grow up four plants for personal use.
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has sounded a stark warning over California’s sustained drought, publishing its latest findings where satellite surveys show a rapidly depleting groundwater supply. California is the United States’ most valuable agricultural state, and thus key to America’s food supply (and much of the world’s as well) that could mean drastic consequences for food commodity prices and potential shortages.
A 14-year-old boy from Amarillo, Texas, was reportedly hurt by a police officer after he refused to remove his rosary beads at a middle school football game Wednesday night.
Ottawa and Beijing have struck a deal that will see this country designated as a trading hub for China’s yuan currency, a benefit that will lower the cost of doing business for Canadian companies seeking Chinese markets.
it is cheaper to buy a return flight to the US and buy Apple’s latest iMac with Retina 5K display, than it is to buy it from the UK store. And the price discrepancy also applies to other gadgets, including tablets, GoPro cameras, smartwatches and games consoles.
Dr Margaret Chan, director general of WHO said there is no Ebola vaccine because it had only affected poor African nations, criticised drugs companies for turning their backs on markets that cannot pay, highlighted an 'urgent need' to strengthen African healthcare systems.
Electronics specialist John McArthur, now unemployed, says he is living off 16p tins of spaghetti and without heating after being sanctioned by a jobcentre for refusing to work unpaid for LAMH Recycle in Motherwell, a Scottish social enterprise.
Students at Britain’s Exeter University have made history by turning out in record numbers to vote in favor of boycotting the apartheid state of Israel. The vote, on 24 October, was in favor of a resolution to support the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, which seeks to pressure Israel into respecting international law and human right
Qatar will become the Middle East’s first hub for clearing transactions in the Chinese yuan, that could over help Gulf oil exporting countries reduce their dependence on the US dollar. Industrial and Commercial Bank of China’s Doha branch has been appointed as the clearing bank for yuan deals in Qatar.
Unidentified drones have made flights over 11 French nuclear power stations since the beginning of October. French authorities and nuclear experts are becoming increasingly worried about this activity, which Libération has dubbed the “game of drones”. EurActiv France reports.
President Obama’s executive policy, Now is the Time: The President’s Plan to Protect Our Children and Our Communities by Reducing Gun Violence; broader motives and agendas: to persuade population it has one or more undiagnosed mental or emotional “disorders” that require treatment, all youth are potential time bombs that must be closely monitored.
Long thought of as just a convenient way to advertise tires and provide aerial coverage of football games, blimps have become a low-tech-meets-high-tech surveillance tool in some of the world's most dangerous locations. The Royal Singapore Air Force just announced that it will send a tethered aerostat platform aloft in early 2015 to complement the RSAF's suite of airborne and ground-based radars.
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