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Top Canadian Court Permits Worldwide Internet Censorship

In a decision that has troubling implications for free expression online, the Supreme Court of Canada upheld a company’s effort to force Google to de-list entire domains and websites from its search index, effectively making them invisible to everyone using Google’s search engine

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"Rogue" Policeman Who Attempted "Venezuela Coup" Is A "James Bond-Cum-Rambo" Action Film Star

When we reported on last night's alleged "terrorist coup" attempt by a "rogue police officer" who stole a helicopter and singlehandedly attacked the Interior Ministry and the Supreme Court in Venezuela, we had one tangential observation: the attempted "coup" may have been no more a coup than the one which took place last June in Turkey

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BREAKING: FBI Agent Indicted for Lying About the Killing of Lavoy Finicum

Late Tuesday evening, it was announced that an unnamed FBI agent involved in the killing of Robert “LaVoy” Finicum has been indicted. The agent is accused of lying about shooting at Finicum in 2016 when officers arrested the leaders of an occupation of a federal wildlife refuge in rural Oregon.

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‘Terrorist attack’: Hijacked military helicopter strikes Venezuela court, ministry (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

The helicopter was stolen from a military base in La Carlota by a group led by police pilot Oscar Perez. The vehicle flew over the Venezuelan capital, Caracas, and attacked government institutions on Tuesday. After firing 15 shots at the Interior Ministry from the helicopter, the hijackers flew to the Supreme Court building, where they dropped four grenades of Colombian and Israeli origin, according to Ernesto Villegas, the minister of state for the revolutionary transformation of greater Caracas.

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China launches new generation 10,000-ton missile destroyer in Shanghai

China has floated out a new domestically-built guided missile destroyer which boasts advanced weapons. The Chinese military says it marks a new step in the development of the country’s navy. The 10,000-ton new generation destroyer was presented during a ceremony at the Jiangnan Shipyard in Shanghai on Wednesday morning.

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UAE Crown Prince Asked US to Bomb Al Jazeera, Says 2003 Cable

Abu Dhabi’s crown prince asked the US to bomb Al Jazeera as America was planning its invasion of Iraq, according to a diplomatic cable detailing his conversation with a top US state department mandarin. According to the cable, Mohammed bin Zayed (MBZ) “laughingly recalled” to Richard Hass a conversation between his father, Sheikh Zayed, and the emir of Qatar, Hamad Al-Thani, in which Hamad had complained MBZ had asked for the US “to bomb Al Jazeera”.

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CNN commentator says Russigate is a “nothing burger”

Van Jones, CNN’s political commentator who has played up the Russiagate non-story to an extreme degree has been caught on camera by Project Veritas, saying the story amounts to nothing. Project Veritas is the same group that recently filmed senior CNN producer John Bonifield saying that Russiagate was “bullshit” and just designed to attain higher ratings for CNN.

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Caffè con faeces–stunning discovery at UK coffee chains

A scientific study conducted on beverages sold at popular UK coffee chains Costa Coffee, Cafe Nero and Satrbucks have shown that the drinks test positive for fecal bacteria.

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Prince William and David Cameron caught up in Fifa corruption scandal

The Duke of Cambridge and David Cameron have become embroiled in a row over corruption in football as the full extent of England’s failed attempt to stage the 2018 World Cup was made public.

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Russia-gate Is No Watergate or Iran-Contra

Russia-gate, the sprawling investigation into whether Russia meddled in last year’s U.S. election, is often compared to the two big political scandals of the latter half of the Twentieth Century, Watergate and Iran-Contra. Sometimes you even hear that Russia-gate is “bigger than Watergate.”

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US Army fires high-energy LASER from an Apache attack helicopter for the first time – destroying a target almost a mile away

The US army has successfully hit an unmanned target using a high-powered laser mounted on a Apache AH-64 helicopter. The demonstration was the first time a fully integrated laser system has successfully fired on a target from a rotary-wing aircraft, according to defence company Raytheon who manufactured the device.

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CNN Is Dead: Network Loses All Credibility As Producer Admits That The Entire Russia Narrative Is Fake News

Nobody else needs to dig a grave for CNN because they are doing it themselves.  There has been scandal after scandal at the network, and now one of their producers has been caught on undercover video admitting that CNN has been pushing fake news stories about a connection between Donald Trump and Russia in a desperate attempt to get ratings.  In other words, CNN’s entire Russia narrative has been a complete lie all along.  Unfortunately for CNN, they are going to discover that once your credibility is gone it is incredibly difficult to ever get it back.

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These Large Companies, Still Using Unpatched or Bootleg Windows, Got Hit by Petya Ransomware Attack

The Petya ransomware attack infected over 2,000 computer systems across the world as of midday today, according to Kaspersky Lab, cited by Reuters. Russia and Ukraine were most affected. Other victims were in Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, and the US. When China starts up its computers, it will suffer the consequences for not staying in bed.

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How America Armed Terrorists In Syria

Three-term Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii, a member of both the Armed Services and Foreign Affairs committees, has proposed legislation that would prohibit any U.S. assistance to terrorist organizations in Syria as well as to any organization working directly with them. Equally important, it would prohibit U.S. military sales and other forms of military cooperation with other countries that provide arms or financing to those terrorists and their collaborators.

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New Device Allows Cops To Download All Of Your Smartphone Activity In Seconds

That’s language from the text of a bill currently working its way through the New York state legislature. The legislation would allow cops to search through drivers’ cell phones following traffic incidents — even minor fender-benders — to determine if the person was using their phone while behind the wheel.

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Venezuela minister says helicopter fired 15 shots in attack on pro-govt Supreme Court; Israeli-made grenades tossed at guardsmen

Venezuelan Information Minister Ernesto Villegas says that a stolen helicopter fired 15 shots against the Interior Ministry as a reception was taking place for 80 people. It then flew a short distance to the pro-government Supreme Court and launched what he said were four Israeli-made grenades of "Colombian origin," two of them against national guardsmen protecting the building.

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California to list herbicide as cancer-causing; Monsanto vows fight

Glyphosate, an herbicide and the active ingredient in Monsanto Co's popular Roundup weed killer, will be added to California's list of chemicals known to cause cancer effective July 7, the state's Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) said on Monday.

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Last Remaining Police Station in Migrant-Dominated Swedish Suburbs Forced to Close

The police station in Kista is the only one still open in the Järva area, in which lie the suburbs of Rinkeby, Tensta, and Husby  — migrant-dominated neighbourhoods classed by Sweden’s National Police Operations Department (NOA) as “vulnerable”. According to police sources, the move to close the station has already begun, and there are no plans for it to be reopened. Officers who work at Kista station will be moved to police headquarters in Solna.

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Social media can forecast the future by predicting riots, revolutions and whether it’s going to rain, researchers claim

A team from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Washington have collated the results of hundreds of separate studies and found that social media can  “make predictions about the future” – although these forecasts are not always accurate.

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