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Ohio middle school suspends seventh grader for 10 DAYS because he 'liked' an Instagram photo of an airsoft gun

Snowflakes gone wild: Ohio middle school suspends seventh grader for 10 DAYS because he 'liked' an Instagram photo of an airsoft gun | 09 May 2017 | A seventh grader in Ohio was suspended from his middle school for 10 days after liking a photo of a gun on Instagram.

Lawyers for Spokane psychologists in torture case want documents the CIA calls secret

Lawyers for Spokane psychologists in torture case want documents the CIA calls secret --The psychologists ran a Spokane-based company that got $81 million from the CIA to develop methods to extract information that included waterboarding and sleep deprivation.

Unmanned U.S. Air Force space plane lands after secret, two-year mission

Unmanned U.S. Air Force space plane lands after secret, two-year mission | 08 May 2017 | The U.S. military's experimental [!?!] X-37B space plane landed on Sunday at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, completing a classified mission that lasted nearly two years, the Air Force said. The unmanned X-37B, which resembles a miniature space shuttle, touched down at 7:47 a.m.

Wildfire rages in highly radioactive Fukushima mountain forest

Wildfire rages in highly radioactive Fukushima mountain forest | 01 May 2017 | A fire broke out in a mountain forest near the crippled Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant on the evening of April 29, consuming an area approximately 20 hectares in size, according to prefectural authorities.

Armed officers protecting nuclear power stations 'taking too many sick days'

Armed officers protecting nuclear power stations 'taking too many sick days' | 07 May 2017 | Armed officers protecting Britain's nuclear power stations against terrorists are to be coached by fitness gurus because they are taking too many days off sick.

Louvre reopens after being evacuated over bomb threat just hours before it's due to host Macron's election night victory rally

Louvre reopens after being evacuated over bomb threat just hours before it's due to host Macron's election night victory rally --Courtyard outside the Louvre in Paris evacuated because of 'security alert' | 07 May 2017 | The French presidential election was rocked by a security alert in the heart of Paris today.

French election: Media warned not to publish hacked Macron emails

French election: Media warned not to publish hacked Macron emails | 06 May 2017 | The media has been warned not to publish the contents of hacked emails from Emmanuel Macron's presidential campaign. France's electoral commission has said any organisations that circulate information from the leaked messages may be committing a criminal offence. [?!

Concerns over terrorism lead TSA to issue warning to trucking companies

Concerns over terrorism lead TSA to issue warning to trucking companies | 06 May 2017 | The images are disturbing: cargo trucks plowing into crowds of people enjoying holiday street festivals and markets. In recent years, these terrorist attacks have happened often -- mostly in European countries -- leaving dozens of people dead and hundreds injured. Now, the U.S.

North Korea accuses the CIA of plotting to assassinate Kim Jong-Un with bio-weapon

North Korea accuses the CIA of plotting to assassinate Kim Jong-Un with bio-weapon | 05 May 2017 | North Korea on Friday accused the CIA of plotting with South Korea to assassinate the isolated country's leader Kim Jong-Un, amid soaring tensions in the flashpoint region.

'Declaration of war': Russian MPs blast US plans to enforce N. Korea sanctions on foreign territory

'Declaration of war': Russian MPs blast US plans to enforce N. Korea sanctions on foreign territory | 05 May 2017 | A senior Russian senator says the American bill allowing the US Navy to enforce international sanctions on North Korea through the control of Russian ports is a violation of international law, and is equal to a declaration of war.

Gardasil strikes again: HPV vaccine is to blame for daughter's paralysis, warns mother

Gardasil strikes again: HPV vaccine is to blame for daughter's paralysis, warns mother --European Medicines Agency: Approximately 11,867 reactions to Gardasil recorded as of February 2017 | 03 May 2017 | After suffering an allergic reaction to the controversial human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, Mia Blesky was left paralyzed from the neck down.

Blasphemy and terrorism: Catchall phrases to repress dissent

Blasphemy and terrorism: Catchall phrases to repress dissent | 05 May 2017 | Blasphemy has joined terrorism as a catchall phrase to intimidate, incarcerate and kill critics and political opponents as well as stifle unfettered debate and settle scores. There is, however, one difference: terrorism is a justification for curbing freedom of expression often used by governments irrespective of how democratic or undemocratic they may be.

Obama's team sought NSA intel on thousands of Americans during the 2016 election

President Obama's team sought NSA intel on thousands of Americans during the 2016 election | 04 May 2017 | During his final year in office, President Obama's team significantly expanded efforts to search National Security Agency intercepts for information about Americans, distributing thousands of intelligence reports across government with the unredacted names of U.S.

US troops could remain in Iraq after ISIS defeated - govt officials

US troops could remain in Iraq after ISIS defeated - govt officials | 04 May 2017 | US President Donald Trump and Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi are discussing keeping American troops in the country even after Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL [but still I-CIA-SIS]) is defeated, according to officials from Washington and Baghdad.

Trump signs order letting tax-exempt churches be active in politics

Trump signs order letting tax-exempt churches be active in politics | 04 May 2017 | U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Thursday that allows tax-exempt places of worship to participate actively in politics and could free religious organizations to deny their employees insurance coverage for birth-control pills.

U.S. House repeals Obamacare; bill faces higher hurdles in Senate

U.S. House repeals Obamacare; bill faces higher hurdles in Senate | 04 May 2017 | The U.S. House of Representatives narrowly approved a bill to repeal Obamacare on Thursday, handing Republican President Donald Trump a victory that could prove short-lived as the healthcare legislation heads into a likely tough battle in the Senate.

House Republicans to Vote on Health Care on Thursday

House Republicans to Vote on Health Care on Thursday | 03 May 2017 | House Republican leaders announced Wednesday that there will be a vote on their health care bill Thursday, sending the strongest signal yet that leadership has corralled enough votes to pass it.

Russia proposes four de-escalation zones in Syria to restart stalled peace process

Russia proposes four de-escalation zones in Syria to restart stalled peace process | 03 May 2017 | At the new round of Syria peace talks in Astana, Russia has proposed the establishment of four de-escalation zones in the war-ravaged country. The plan aims to break the years-long deadlock over separating extremist groups from the moderate opposition.

Trump order to ease ban on political activity by churches

Trump order to ease ban on political activity by churches | 03 May 2017 | President Donald Trump will take executive action on Thursday to ease a ban on political activity by churches and other tax-exempt institutions as part of an order on religious liberties, a senior White House official said on Wednesday.

Terrorism looms large in first ad of Virginia lieutenant governor's race

Terrorism looms large in first ad of Virginia lieutenant governor's race | 03 May 2017 | State Sen. Bryce Reeves (R-Spotsylvania) launched the first TV ad of the Virginia lieutenant governor’s race on Wednesday with an ominous, 30-second spot focused on terrorism.

French police arrest five suspects in anti-terrorism raids

French police arrest five suspects in anti-terrorism raids | 02 May 2017 | Five men have been arrested and multiple weapons seized in anti-terrorist raids carried out in France, according to the Paris prosecutor's office. The suspects, who ranged in age from 18 to 24, were rounded up Tuesday near the Normandy city of Rouen, in Villeneuve d'Ascq near Lille in northern France, and in Roanne in central France.

#FireColbert Twitter campaign gains steam after Stephen Colbert's profane Donald Trump takedown

#FireColbert Twitter campaign gains steam after Stephen Colbert's profane Donald Trump takedown | 03 May 2017 | Talk show host Stephen Colbert is taking serious heat on social media for a vulgar joke he made about President Donald Trump that many fans are calling "homophobic." The "Late Show" star sounded off on Trump during his opening monologue Monday night, criticizing Trump for abruptly ending an interview with CBS Ne

Kabul bomb attack targeting Nato convoy kills eight

Kabul bomb attack targeting Nato convoy kills eight | 3 May 2017 | A suicide attack on a convoy belonging to the Nato mission in Afghanistan has killed at least eight people in Kabul, officials say. The victims were all civilians, a government spokesman said. About 25 other people were injured, including three US service members. The attack on the group of military vehicles happened next to the US embassy during the morning rush hour. So-called Islamic State (IS) said it was behind the attack.

Suicide blast in Afghan capital targets NATO vehicles - witnesses

Suicide blast in Afghan capital targets NATO vehicles - witnesses | 03 May 2017 | An apparent suicide bombing near the U.S. embassy in Kabul on Wednesday appeared to target a convoy of armored personnel carriers used by the NATO-led Resolute Support mission, witnesses and security officials said. The blast, which security officials at the scene said was a suicide attack, also destroyed or badly damaged a number of civilian vehicles nearby.

North Korea says U.S. bomber flights push peninsula to brink of nuclear war

North Korea says U.S. bomber flights push peninsula to brink of nuclear war | 01 May 2017 | North Korea accused the United States on Tuesday of pushing the Korean peninsula to the brink of nuclear war after a pair of strategic U.S. bombers flew over the area in a training [to start WWIII] drill with the South Korean air force.

Nuclear oversight needs 'urgent' action, MPs say

Nuclear oversight needs 'urgent' action, MPs say | 01 May 2017 | Ministers must act "as urgently as possible" to clarify how the nuclear industry will be regulated after Brexit, MPs have warned. The Commons energy committee, which has been investigating the impact of Brexit on energy policy, urged the UK to delay leaving Europe's nuclear regulator...Ministers had told the committee that guaranteeing the UK's supply of nuclear fuel was a "high priority".

U.S. issues travel alert for Europe, citing threat of terrorist attacks

U.S. issues travel alert for Europe, citing threat of terrorist attacks | 01 May 2017 | The U.S. State Department issued a travel alert for Europe on Monday, saying U.S. citizens should be aware of a continued threat of terrorist attacks throughout the continent.

US national security adviser says 'be prepared for military action against North Korea'

US national security adviser says 'be prepared for military action against North Korea' | 01 May 2017 | America's National Security Adviser has said America should be "prepared" to take military action against North Korea.

Friendly fire investigation launched in deaths of 2 Army Rangers in Afghanistan

Friendly fire investigation launched in deaths of 2 Army Rangers in Afghanistan | 28 April 2017 | Two Army Rangers killed during a raid on an Islamic State compound in eastern Afghanistan may have died as a result of friendly fire during the opening minutes of the fierce, three-hour firefight, the Pentagon said Friday. Navy Capt. Jeff Davis said the U.S.

German soldier posing as a Syrian refugee arrested for planning 'false flag' terror attack

German soldier posing as a Syrian refugee arrested for planning 'false flag' terror attack | 27 April 2017 | A German soldier found posing as a Syrian refugee has been arrested for allegedly planning a "false flag" shooting attack that would be blamed on asylum seekers.

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