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NSA Spied on Chinese Government and Networking Firm

NSA Spied on Chinese Government and Networking Firm Huawei --Source code breached 22 Mar 2014 The American government conducted a major intelligence offensive against China, with targets including the Chinese government and networking company Huawei, according to documents from former NSA worker Edward Snowden that have been viewed by SPIEGEL. Among the American intelligence service's targets were former Chinese President Hu Jintao, the Chinese Trade Ministry, banks, as well as telecommunications companies... At the beginning of 2009, the NSA began an extensive operation, referred to internally as "Shotgiant," against Huawei, which is considered a major competitor to US-based Cisco. According to a top secret NSA presentation, NSA workers not only succeeded in accessing the email archive, but also the secret source code of individual Huwaei products.

Arturo the polar bear stuck in Argentina

Quick action! Please write to officials to free this tortured bear: Arturo the polar bear stuck in Argentina 05 Feb 2014 The Mendoza Zoo has been under media fire for the last year after reports surfaced on the deplorable conditions in which the polar bear 'lived.' The Assiniboine Park Conservancy has been in contact with the Mendoza Zoo in the South American country for weeks, trying to see if a transfer north would help the 28-year-old bear, who's been seeing languishing in hot weather in Internet videos. Video of the bear shows him in a shallow, tepid pool of water, sweltering in 35 C temperatures, staring at a picture of snow. "Arturo is in a small cage, with no space to walk, he has no stimulation -- and the weather is awful for a polar bear," said María Fernanda Arentsen, a professor at Université de Saint-Boniface, who spearheaded the months-long campaign to bring Arturo to Winnipeg.

MH370 Theory: Suspicious Cargo Destroyed in Massive Explosion Near 1945 Nuclear Bomb Test

MH370 Theory: Suspicious Cargo Destroyed in Massive Explosion Near 1945 Nuclear Bomb Test Site 22 Mar 2014 The Main Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces (GRU) is reporting today that the "highly suspicious" cargo retrieved by the US from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that had been "disappeared" to one of the United States most secretive bases in the Indian Ocean, Diego Garcia, was flown this past week to the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico where it was then destroyed in a "massive fireball." Flight 370, it is important to note, was already under GRU "surveillance" after it received a "highly suspicious" cargo load that had been traced to the Indian Ocean nation Republic of Seychelles, and where it had previously been aboard the US-flagged container ship MV Maersk Alabama. What first aroused GRU suspicions regarding the MV Maersk Alabama was that within 24-hours of its off-loading this "highly suspicious" cargo load bound for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, the two highly-trained [former] US Navy SEALs assigned to protect it, Mark Daniel Kennedy, 43, and Jeffrey Keith Reynolds, 44, were found dead under "suspicious circumstances."

Iraq war vet hurt in California Occupy protest to get $4.5 million

Iraq war vet hurt in California Occupy protest to get $4.5 million 21 Mar 2014 An Iraq War veteran critically wounded by police during an Occupy protest in 2011 will receive $4.5 million in a tentative settlement with the City of Oakland, the northern California city where he was hurt, attorneys said on Friday. Scott Olsen was 24 when he suffered head injuries and brain damage after being struck by a lead-filled beanbag during a confrontation with Oakland police in October 2011, at the height of the Occupy movement on the U.S. West Coast. The agreement, which settles a federal civil rights lawsuit, was reached on Tuesday night.

FBI accuses two Wake County men of supporting terrorism

FBI accuses two Wake County men of supporting terrorism 20 Mar 2014 Two men living in a north Raleigh apartment complex are now facing federal charges, accused of supporting terror attacks overseas. The charges came after an FBI raid on their apartment took neighbors, and even management off guard... A confidential informant with close ties to the men had gathered information about their plans to join other terrorists overseas.

Boston gets boosts to homeland security funds

False flag pays off: Boston gets boosts to homeland security funds 22 Mar 2014 Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced this week that Boston will receive $18 million in funding from the Federal Emergency Management agency for current and future homeland security initiatives. The funding, which comes through the Department of Homeland Security, represents a 2.47 percent increase from last year. "The City of Boston has maintained a strong relationship with Homeland Security, and has historically used these vital grant funds to ensure that the people of Boston are safe, which is, in large part, why our coordinated response in the wake of last year's Marathon was so professional and effective," Walsh said.

New Mexico cancels permit to expand leaky nuclear waste site

New Mexico cancels permit to expand leaky nuclear waste site 22 Mar 2014 New Mexico on Friday withdrew a temporary permit allowing two new disposal vaults at a U.S. government nuclear waste dump grappling with a release of radiation in February, state regulators said. Seventeen workers at the Carlsbad-area "waste isolation pilot project" (WIPP) were exposed to radiation after an accidental leak last month from the site which stores waste from U.S. nuclear labs and weapons production facilities.

Bomb explodes on runway of Libya's main airport in Tripoli

Bomb explodes on runway of Libya's main airport in Tripoli 21 Mar 2014 A bomb exploded on the runway of Libya's main airport on Friday, the transport minister said, highlighting the deteriorating security situation in the north African country almost three years after Muammar Gaddafi was ousted [by USociopaths so corpora-terrorists could steal Libya's oil]. Supposedly one of the best guarded places in Libya, unknown people managed to get onto the runway at Tripoli International Airport, plant an explosive device at dawn and detonate it using a timer, Transport Minister Abdelqader Mohammed Ahmed said.

Radiation leaks force transfer of nuclear waste from New Mexico to Texas

Radiation leaks force transfer of nuclear waste from New Mexico to Texas 21 Mar 2014 The cause of the radiation leaks at the United States’ first nuclear waste repository are still under investigation, but in the meantime government officials have decided to move a stalled shipment of waste to a private dump in Texas. According to Reuters, the shipment of approximately 1,000 barrels of radioactive leftovers to the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in Carlsbad, New Mexico, was put on hold when the facility began leaking radioactive material in February. On Thursday, the Department of Energy announced it would temporarily relocate those barrels to a rural site in western Texas.

Missing jet was carrying highly flammable lithium batteries

Missing jet was carrying highly flammable lithium batteries--Lithium-ion batteries have caused 140 mid-air incidents in last 20 years 21 Mar 2014 Malaysian Airlines today confirmed that flight MH370 had been carrying highly flammable lithium-ion batteries in its cargo hold, re-igniting speculation that a fire may have caused its disappearance. The admission by CEO Ahmad Jauhari comes four days after he denied the aircraft was carrying any dangerous items and nearly two weeks after the plane went missing. He said the authorities were investigating the cargo, but did not regard the batteries as hazardous - despite the law dictating they are classed as such - because they were packaged according to safety regulations. The revelation has thrown the spotlight back on the theory that the Boeing 777 may have been overcome by a fire, rendering the crew and passengers unconscious after inhaling toxic fumes.

Turkish Twitter ban denounced as 'digital coup'

Turkish Twitter ban denounced as 'digital coup' 22 Mar 2014 Courts blocked access to Twitter after prime minister Tayyip Erdogan's defiant vow, on the campaign trail on Thursday ahead of March 30 local polls, to "wipe out" the social media service, whatever the international community had to say about it. Industry Minister Fikri Isik said talks with Twitter were ongoing and the ban would be lifted if the San Francisco-based firm appointed a representative in Turkey and agreed to block specific content when requested by Turkish courts. But tech-savvy Turks, President Abdullah Gul apparently among them, quickly found ways to circumvent the ban, with the hashtag #TwitterisblockedinTurkey rapidly moving to among the top trending globally.

NSA hacks system administrators, new leak reveals

NSA hacks system administrators, new leak reveals 21 Mar 2014 In its quest to take down suspected terrorists and criminals abroad, the United States National Security Agency has adopted the practice of hacking the system administrators that oversee private computer networks, new documents reveal. The Intercept has published a handful of leaked screenshots taken from an internal NSA message board where one spy agency specialist spoke extensively about compromising not the computers of specific targets, but rather the machines of the system administrators who control entire networks.

Inside the NSA's Secret Efforts to Hunt and Hack System Administrators

Inside the NSA's Secret Efforts to Hunt and Hack System Administrators 20 Mar 2014 According to a secret document provided by National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden, the agency tracks down the private email and Facebook accounts of system administrators (or sys admins, as they are often called), before hacking their computers to gain access to the networks they control. The document consists of several posts - one of them titled "I hunt sys admins" - that were published in 2012 on an internal discussion board hosted on the agency's classified servers. They were written by an NSA official involved in the agency's effort to break into foreign network routers, the devices that connect computer networks and transport data across the Internet.

Crimea, Sevastopol officially join Russia as Putin signs final decree

Crimea, Sevastopol officially join Russia as Putin signs final decree 21 Mar 2014 Russia has finalized the legal process of taking Crimea under its sovereignty, as President Putin signed a law amending the Russian constitution to reflect the transition. Earlier Russian lawmakers ratified both the amendment and an international treaty with Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, which was legally required for the incorporation. Following the signing of the law, Putin thanked lawmakers and everyone involved in the historic change of European borders for their efforts to make it happen.

Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Suspected debris 'may have sunk'

Missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: Suspected debris 'may have sunk' 21 Mar 2014 Suspected debris spotted in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane 'may have sunk', Australia's deputy prime minister has said. An international search for the missing Boeing 777 resumed this morning in one of the most remote places on Earth after satellite images detected potential wreckage. Search planes flying deep into the southern Indian Ocean have found nothing so far that could be from the missing jet, said Australian deputy prime minister Warren Truss.

Catawba Nuclear Power Station holds terrorism drill closed to media

Heads up! False flag fertile ground: Catawba Nuclear Power Station holds terrorism drill closed to media --Drill closed to reporters 20 Mar 2014 (SC) Last Tuesday there was a mock terrorism exercise at the Catawba Nuclear Power Station on Lake Wylie. Thursday, officials who took part in the drill, got a preliminary grade. The drill involved a mock attack on the plant that supposedly led to one of the two nuclear units having to be shut down. The goal of the mock attack was to test emergency procedures at the Duke Energy nuclear plant and the readiness to respond by state and federal agencies.

Search planes fail to find Malaysia Airlines MH370 debris

Search planes fail to find Malaysia Airlines MH370 debris --As with the first day of searching on Thursday, efforts so far Friday have been fruitless, says Australian Maritime Safety Authority official 21 Mar 2014 Search planes sent to find objects in the south Indian Ocean that may be from the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 began returning without success on Friday, and an Australian official said the hunt would be extended again for another day. The planes are part of an international effort to solve the nearly 2-week-old aviation mystery by locating two large objects a satellite detected floating off the southwest coast of Australia about halfway to the desolate islands of the Antarctic.

Attorneys' appeal granted: Polar bear Arturo illegally deprived of his liberty by Mendoza Zoo

Quick action: Attorneys' appeal granted: Polar bear Arturo illegally deprived of his liberty by Mendoza Zoo 21 Mar 2014 26 Feb 2014 (Argentina) The AFADA Association of Professional Attorneys for the Rights of Animals) APPEAL WAS GRANTED - that Arturo the Polar Bear was illegally deprived of his liberty by the Mendoza Zoo. The court must consider the motion by the AFADA for the Polar Bear "ARTURO" for his Liberation from Mendoza Zoo and his immediate relocation to a "Specialized Center for Polar Bears" in CANADA. The Criminal Chamber of Mendoza (Argentina), composed of Drs. José Miguel Alejandro Ramiro Javier and Luis Rafael CORREA SALINAS Cascallares PLAINS, will have on their hands the historic decision that will set a precedence for the freedom of bears in zoos around the world. People from ALL COUNTRIES can GIVE SUPPORT and write to the officials.

Canberra unwilling to disclose if its Jindalee Over-The-Horizon Radar tracked MH370 - Aviation news portal

Canberra unwilling to disclose if its Jindalee Over-The-Horizon Radar tracked MH370 - Aviation news portal --Super-secret facilities Jindalee, Pine Gap may have crucial radar, satellite readings 19 Mar 2014 A crucial piece of the puzzle in the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 mystery could lie somewhere in the barren Australian heartland. As recovery efforts for MH370 continue into the 12th day, the one element that could swing the odds in favour of search-and-rescue (SAR) teams -- a super-secret installation just outside Alice Springs -- remains cloaked in secrecy. Aviation Week news portal has accused Canberra of being unwilling to disclose whe-ther its Jindalee Over-The-Horizon Radar (OTHR) system had tracked the flight. While it said the super radar had an official range of 3,000km, the Royal Australian Air Force system is reportedly able to reach further into the South China Sea.

MH370: Malaysian plane search resumes

MH370: Malaysian plane search resumes 20 Mar 2014 An international search of the southern Indian Ocean has resumed for a second day as authorities try to locate a missing Malaysian airliner. Five military and civilian aircraft are taking part in the search for debris from flight MH370, which disappeared on 8 March with 239 people on board. Satellite images released on Thursday showed objects possibly related to the plane in waters far south-west of the Australian city of Perth. Bad weather hampered Thursday's search.

U.S. Senate leader orders probe of alleged CIA computer hacking

U.S. Senate leader orders probe of alleged CIA computer hacking 20 Mar 2014 The leader of the U.S. Senate strongly backed the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday in a dispute with the Central Intelligence Agency, ordering an investigation into what he called an "indefensible" breach of the panel's computers by the CIA. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said accusations that the agency spied on the panel's computers as it investigated the use of harsh interrogation techniques torture during the Bush administration raised concerns about possible violations of the Constitution. "The CIA has not only interfered with the lawful congressional oversight of its activities, but has also seemingly attempted to intimidate its overseers by subjecting them to criminal investigation," Reid said in a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder obtained by Reuters.

Four gunmen attack luxury hotel in Kabul

Four gunmen attack luxury hotel in Kabul 20 Mar 2014 Four unidentified gunmen have attacked a luxury hotel near the presidential palace in the Afghan capital. On Thursday, gunfire broke out inside the Serena Hotel's restaurant in Kabul. Security forces moved in later and shot dead all the assailants. "The four young attackers entered the hotel at about 6 p.m. pretending to be guests and started to attack at 9 p.m.," Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said. According to the spokesman, three people were also injured in the attack.

Turkey blocks Twitter, after Erdogan vowed 'eradication'

Turkey blocks Twitter, after Erdoğan vowed 'eradication' 20 Mar 2014 Turkey has blocked access to Twitter, hours after Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan vowed to close down the social media platform. "We now have a court order. We'll eradicate Twitter. I don't care what the international community says. Everyone will witness the power of the Turkish Republic," Erdoğan said at his campaign rally in the western city of Bursa on March 20, 10 days before the upcoming local elections.

Fukushima water decontamination suspended indefinitely

Fukushima radioactive water decontamination suspended indefinitely 20 Mar 2014 Treatment of radioactive water at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant might be indefinitely suspended after malfunctions crippled the water purification process and recontaminated thousands of tons of partially purified water, Japanese media report. The failure in the system, known as the Advanced Liquid Processing System (ALPS), is the latest setback in Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s (TEPCO) uphill battle to stockpile radioactive water, which is ballooning at a rate of 400 tons per day. TEPCO said up to 900 tons of water, which had not been sufficiently cleaned in the ALPS equipment, flowed into a network of 21 tanks that were holding 15,000 tons of treated water. Not only have the 21 tanks been rendered unusable, but all 15,000 tons of previously cleaned water will now have to be retreated.

Barack Obama on Russia and Crimea: 'Nations simply do not redraw borders.'

Weather experts baffled by mystery plume on New Mexico radar near 1945 nuclear bomb test site

Weather experts baffled by mystery plume on New Mexico radar near 1945 nuclear bomb test site --Speculation cloud could be result of weapons test 19 Mar 2014 A mystery 'storm cloud' caught on weather radar after erupting off a U.S. military missile testing ground in New Mexico has left weather experts baffled. 'Conspiracy' theorists have speculated that the plume-like cloud, which seems to appear out of nowhere, could have been kicked up by the explosion from an unreported weapons test. Deepening the mystery, U.S. National Weather Service offices in Albuquerque and El Paso have confirmed the reading, but say they have no idea where it could have come from.

U.S. general reprimanded for adultery, avoids jail in court-martial

U.S. general reprimanded for adultery, avoids jail in court-martial 20 Mar 2014 A U.S. Army general who had faced possible life in prison on sexual assault charges was reprimanded by a judge on Thursday but avoided any jail time for mistreating a captain during one of several improper relationships with junior female officers. Brigadier General Jeffrey Sinclair was ordered to forfeit $20,000 in pay but he also avoided dismissal from the Army for military crimes that were aired in a rare court-martial of a top officer. The married general admitted to various offenses this week in a plea deal that dropped the sexual assault charges involving the female captain, who said Sinclair forced her to perform oral sex when she tried to break off their adulterous, three-year affair.

US blacklists 20 Russian officials and businessmen, threatens to sanction economy

US blacklists 20 Russian officials and businessmen, threatens to sanction economy 20 Mar 2014 US President Barack Obama has announced a new executive order imposing further sanctions on top Russian officials and businessmen. The order also allows for measures against Russian energy, mining, defense, and engineering sectors. The new list of sanctioned officials includes 20 names, according to the list published by the US Department of Treasury. The new penalties mark the second round of economic sanctions the US has levied on Russia this week.

Controversial Westboro Baptist Pastor Fred Phelps Dies

Controversial Westboro Baptist Pastor Fred Phelps Dies 20 Mar 2014 The Rev. Fred Phelps Sr., who founded a Kansas church widely known for its protests at military funerals and anti-gay sentiments, has died according to his son Tim Phelps and KSN sister station Kansas First News. Phelps, 84, was being cared for in a Shawnee County facility, Westboro Baptist Church spokesman Steve Drain said Sunday. Members of the Westboro church, based in Topeka, frequently protest at funerals of soldiers with signs containing messages such as "Thank God for dead soldiers," and "Thank God for 9/11," claiming the deaths are God's punishment for American immorality and tolerance of homosexuality and abortion.

We will hold joint military exercises with Britain and US, says Ukraine

We will hold joint military exercises with Britain and US, says Ukraine 19 Mar 2014 Ukraine's new [unelected neo-Nazi] government said on Wednesday night that it would be conducting military exercises with Britain and the United States, in a move intended to warn Russia against further seizures of Ukrainian territory. Kiev said the maneouvres would be conducted under the 1994 Budapest Memorandum, a document signed by Britain, American and Russia to guarantee Ukraine's territorial integrity after it gave up its share of Soviet nuclear bombs. However, a Downing Street source said Britain had not "committed" itself yet to the exercises and declined to elaborate on whether they would involve sending British forces to the Black Sea region.

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