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FOI reveals Howard government knew US would allow evidence obtained by torture in trial of David Hicks

FOI reveals Howard government knew US would allow evidence obtained by torture in trial of David Hicks --Papers reveal Howard government knew David Hicks would not get a fair trial 29 Dec 2013 The Howard government made contradictory public statements about the fairness of the military tribunal trial in the US of former Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks, according to new documents.

Benefits Ending for 1.3 Million Unemployed

Benefits Ending for 1.3 Million Unemployed 28 Dec 2013 An emergency federal program that acts as a lifeline for 1.3 million jobless workers will end on Saturday, drastically curtailing government support for the long-term unemployed and setting the stage for a major political fight in the new year.

Obama signs NDAA 2014, indefinite detention remains

Obama signs NDAA 2014, indefinite detention remains 27 Dec 2013 On Thursday President Obama signed into law the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), a sweeping defense policy bill, which includes some improvements in terms of civil liberties and human rights on its previous two iterations. However, a number of provisions -- as in the 2012 and 2013 NDAAs -- should keep civil libertarians concerned.

South Africa's Biggest Trade Union Pulls Its Support for A.N.C.

South Africa's Biggest Trade Union Pulls Its Support for A.N.C. 28 Dec 2013 South Africa’s largest trade union withdrew its support for the African National Congress on Friday.

Gunmen Kill Polio Vaccination Worker in Pakistan

Gunmen Kill Polio Vaccination Worker in Pakistan 28 Dec 2013 Pakistani police say gunmen attacked a polio vaccination center in the country's northwest and killed a medic on duty, then fled the scene. Police official Raheem Khan says another technician was also wounded in Saturday's attack on the outskirts of Peshawar, the capital of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Militants oppose vaccination against polio and consider such campaigns a cover for spying.

Tribesmen seize oil ministry building in east Yemen

Tribesmen seize oil ministry building in east Yemen 26 Dec 2013 Tribesmen seized an oil ministry building in Yemen's eastern Hadramout province on Thursday and exchanged gunfire with a pro-government tribe seeking to regain control of the premises, tribal sources and ministry employees said.

U.S. judge says NSA phone surveillance is lawful

U.S. judge says NSA phone surveillance is lawful 27 Dec 2013 A federal judge ruled that a National Security Agency program that collects records of millions of Americans' phone calls is lawful, calling it a "counter-punch" to terrorism that does not violate Americans' privacy rights. Friday's decision by U.S.

Washington state judge excludes airport from SeaTac's $15 minimum wage

Washington state judge excludes airport from SeaTac's $15 minimum wage 27 Dec 2013 The voter-approved law establishing a $15 minimum hourly wage for travel and hospitality workers in a Seattle suburb encompassing the region's main international airport does not apply to workers at the airport, a judge ruled on Friday.

After meetings with FBI, O.C. man admits to terrorism, plans to train Al Qaeda in Pakistan

Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Reports

Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting Reports 27 Dec 2013 The reports below document the many stages of the investigation of the December 14, 2012, shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Administratively, the investigation consists of three separate case numbers. CFS 1200704559 is the primary investigation, CFS 1200704597 is the processing of the scene at Sandy Hook Elementary School, and CFS 1200705354 is the investigation of the homicide at 36 Yogananda St. in Newtown...

'Swine flu' makes comeback in St. Louis area

'Swine flu' makes comeback in St. Louis area 26 Dec 2013 Local health officials say flu season is ramping up. Barnes-Jewish Hospital announced Thursday it's already treated more than 140 flu patients, and the majority were found to have the H1N1 strain from 2009, more commonly known as "swine flu." Nationally, hospitals are reporting a huge spike.

Russian delegation to meet with Guantanamo Bay prisoner

Russian delegation to meet with Guantanamo Bay prisoner 27 Dec 2013 A Russian delegation is scheduled to meet with a Russian man who has been held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for more than a decade, an official said. The delegation is set to meet Ravil Mingazov, a former Russian solider, Jan. 17, Russia's human rights commissioner Konstantin Dolgov said.

N.J. Assembly committee advance bills aimed at protecting bees

N.J. Assembly committee advance bills aimed at protecting bees 16 Dec 2013 An Assembly committee worked to protect the Garden State's bees on Monday, passing a series of bills aimed at keeping bees safe in their hives and helping beekeepers to stay out of court. One measure would penalize people who destroy certain man-made hives.

Heavily redacted Sandy Hook documents with 'partially blacked out witness statements' released by Conn. police

Heavily redacted Sandy Hook documents with 'partially blacked out witness statements' released by Conn. police 27 Dec 2013 State police released thousands of investigative documents related to the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre Friday. The more than 6,500 pages is heavily redacted with witness statements from some of the 12 children who survived the massacre partially blacked out. The release closes the state police investigation.

NSA mass collection of phone data is legal: full ruling

NSA mass collection of phone data is legal: full ruling --Federal judge dismissed lawsuit brought by ACLU 27 Dec 2013 (Click to read full reading.)

NSA mass collection of phone data is legal, federal judge rules

NSA mass collection of phone data is legal, federal judge rules 27 Dec 2013 A legal battle over the scope of US government surveillance took a turn in favour of the National Security Agency on Friday with a court opinion declaring that bulk collection of telephone data does not violate the constitution.

H1N1 Flu Virus Surfaces In Chicago

H1N1 Flu Virus Surfaces In Chicago --'We don’t know why it's emerging.' [LOL, I do! Pharma-terrorists are creating viruses so that they can make a killing on the vaccines they then provide to 'prevent' them!] 26 Dec 2013 Nearly two dozen cases of the potentially deadly H1N1 flu virus have been confirmed in the Chicago area, CBS 2 has learned.

Authorities to release redacted police documents on Newtown investigation

Authorities to release redacted police documents on Newtown investigation 26 Dec 2013 Authorities said they planned Friday to release state police documents from the investigation into last year's Newtown school massacre. State police said their report totalling several thousand pages will be released at 3 p.m. Friday.

For ESPN, Millions More In Corporate Welfare to Remain in Connecticut

For ESPN, Millions More In Corporate Welfare to Remain in Connecticut [Even Though the Leeches Never Threatened to Leave the State] 27 Dec 2013 ESPN takes in more than $6 billion a year in subscriber fees alone. Still, ESPN has received about $260 million in state tax breaks and credits over the past 12 years, according to a New York Times analysis of public records.

NSAssociate Google Relegated 26 Dec 2013 CLG Newsletter to the Spam Bin

Looking for Thursday's CLG Newsletter? NSAssociate Google Relegated 26 Dec 2013 CLG Newsletter to the Spam Bin Posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 26 Dec 2013 CLG subscribers: If you use Gmail as your email provider, please go to your spam bin to retrieve today's CLG Newsletter. Perhaps Google did not like the subject line: 'U.S.

December Heat Wave Smashes Temperature Records

Global warming, HAARP, and chemtrails on steroids: December Heat Wave Smashes Temperature Records In New York City 22 Dec 2013 The first day of winter arrived with record-high temperatures for many cities in the eastern United States.

U.N. experts urge U.S., Yemen to explain erroneous drone strikes

U.N. experts urge U.S., Yemen to explain erroneous drone strikes 26 Dec 2013 United Nations human rights experts told the United States and Yemen on Thursday to say whether they were complicit in drone attacks that 'mistakenly' killed civilians in wedding processions this month. The independent experts questioned the legitimacy of drone attacks under international law and said the governments should reveal what targeting procedures were used.

Fukushima decontamination deadline delayed until 2017

Fukushima decontamination deadline delayed until 2017 26 Dec 2013 The Environment Ministry said Thursday it now aims to finish cleaning up areas outside the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear complex most seriously tainted by radiation by the end of March 2017. The ministry wanted to finish the work at 11 cities, towns and villages in Fukushima Prefecture by the end of next March, or about three years after the nuclear crisis began.

Arctic 30: Russia issues visas to seven Greenpeace crew members

Arctic 30: Russia issues visas to seven Greenpeace crew members 26 Dec 2013 Russian authorities have issued visas to seven members of a Greenpeace ship's crew that will allow them to leave the country after dropping criminal charges against them over a protest outside an Arctic oil rig. Greenpeace said on Thursday that other foreign members of the crew were expected to get their exit visas soon.

Russia drops charges against Greenpeace activists

Russia drops charges against Greenpeace activists 25 Dec 2013 Russia formally dropped criminal charges against Greenpeace activists arrested in a protest over Arctic oil drilling on Wednesday, under a Kremlin amnesty extended to all 30 who had been facing up to seven years jail if convicted.

Egypt declares Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group

Egypt declares Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group 25 Dec 2013 Egypt's military-backed interim government has declared the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group, criminalising all its activities, its financing and even membership to the group from which the country's ousted president hails.

US sends Hellfire missiles to Iraq

US sends Hellfire missiles to Iraq 26 Dec 2013 The U.S. has sent Hellfire air-to-ground missiles to the Iraq’s air forces, which is using them in an ongoing campaign against the country's branch of al-Qaida [al-CIAduh], officials in Washington and Baghdad said Thursday. Two intelligence officers and a military officer said that 75 Hellfire air-to-ground missiles arrived on Dec.

Egypt arrests dozens under new anti-terror law

Egypt arrests dozens under new anti-terror law --Terrorism charges will also apply to anyone who finances or promotes the group "verbally and in writing". Egypt increased pressure on the Muslim Brotherhood on Thursday, detaining at least 38 of its supporters on suspicion of belonging to a terrorist organisation the day after it was declared one by the government, security officials said.

Poll: This Is the Worst Congress Ever

Poll: This Is the Worst Congress Ever 26 Dec 2013 The worst Congress ever. That's the verdict from two-thirds of Americans about the track record of the 113th Congress, according to a new national poll. And a CNN/ORC International poll released Thursday also indicates that nearly three-quarters of the public say that this has been a "do-nothing" Congress.

U.S. Quietly Rushing Dozens of Hellfire Missiles and Surveillance Drones to Iraq

Mission not accomplished: U.S. Quietly Rushing Dozens of Hellfire Missiles and Surveillance Drones to Iraq 26 Dec 2013 The United States is quietly rushing dozens of Hellfire missiles and low-tech surveillance drones to Iraq to help government forces combat an explosion of violence by a Qaeda[CIAduh]-backed insurgency that is gaining territory in both western Iraq and neighboring Syria.

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