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A SUSPECTED assissination attempt on Angela Merkel has been thwarted by police in Prague.

Czech officers stopped an armed man in a black 4x4 Mercedes as he tried to infiltrate the German Chancellor’s motorcade during her visit to Prague. The Mercedes 4x4 approached Merkel’s motorcade as she travelled from the airport, near the outskirts of the city. Czech police spokesperson Josef Bocan said: “The perpetrator has been detained.

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At least 1 Dead, Multiple Injured In Major Explosion At Belgian Sports Complex

Reports are breaking of a powerful explosion at the Plaine Chalon sports complex in Chimay, Belgium. Initial reports indicate the facility has partially collapsed with a number of people inside resulting in at least 1 fatality and multiple injuries. The exact cause of the blast is unknown at this time.

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HLN drops ‘Dr. Drew’ after he questions Hillary's health

HLN has canceled its appointment with “Dr. Drew.”

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Lawmaker wants to regulate Cajun Navy

The group of Good Samaritans who call themselves the Cajun Navy are not happy after a state lawmaker announced he wants to introduce legislation around future actions by citizen heroes. The Cajun Navy rescued hundreds of people during the recent Louisiana flooding.

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DOD Science Board Recommends “Immediate Action” to Counter Enemy AI

The Defense Science Board’s much-anticipated “Autonomy” study sees promise and peril in the years ahead. The good news: autonomy, artificial intelligence, and machine learning could revolutionize the way the military spies on enemies, defends its troops, or speeds its supplies to the front lines. The bad news: AI in commercial and academic settings is moving faster than the military can keep up. Among the most startling recommendations in the study: the United States should take “immediate action” to figure out how to defeat new AI-enabled operations.

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AP Deletes Clinton Foundation Tweet After Hillary Complains

Team Clinton is miffed about a tweet the AP put out on donors to the Clinton Foundation. It demanded the tweet be removed immediately. The AP obliged. The tweet is nowhere to be found. The tweet in question reported half of the donations to the pay-for-play money mill came from foreigners.

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FBI Admits Clinton Used Software Designed To "Prevent Recovery" And "Hide Traces Of" Deleted Emails

South Carolina Representative Trey Gowdy appeared on Fox News today and disclosed new details about the Clinton email scandal that seem to indicate intent to destroy evidence. Per the clip below, Gowdy reveals that Clinton used "BleachBit" to erase the "personal" emails from her private server. For those not familiar with the software, BleachBit is intended to help users delete files in a way to "prevent recovery" and "hide traces of files deleted."

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VIDEO: Hillary Clinton Mentions Alex Jones During Attack on Trump

Hillary Clinton claimed that Donald Trump was embracing “dark conspiracy theories” before going on a conspiracy theory-obsessed rant in which she attacked Alex Jones and claimed that Vladimir Putin was the villainous mastermind behind the ‘Alt-Right’ movement.

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The Turkish Invasion Of Syria: Who Is Behind It And Why

On Wednesday morning, Turkey abruptly launched an all-out military assault on Syria, sending in tanks, troops, and engaging in airstrikes, in concert with airstrikes from the United States, to the northern portions of Syria near the Turkey-Syria border under the guise of combatting ISIS forces. At this time, the military operations seem focused around Jarablus. According to the BBC, “A dozen Turkish tanks and other vehicles have rolled across the Syrian border after heavy shelling of an area held by so-called Islamic State (IS). Military sources told Turkish media 70 targets in the Jarablus area had been destroyed by artillery and rocket strikes, and 12 by air strikes.”

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Pentagon Has No Idea Where Hundreds of Thousands of Guns Went in Iraq and Afghanistan

The U.S. government has shipped over 1.4 million guns to Iraq and Afghanistan since 9/11, according a new analysis by the U.K.-based watchdog Action on Armed Violence (AOAV), but the Pentagon is only able to account for fewer than half of them. AOAV released its analysis of publicly available data on U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) contracts on Wednesday, and added that when requested to provide its own accounting for the small arms provided to the war-torn nations, "the DoD data shows that over 700,000 small arms were sent from the U.S. to Iraq and Afghanistan within these periods. However, this amount only accounts for 48 percent of the total small arms supplied by the U.S. government that can be found in open source government reports."

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Iraq War Surveillance Technology Being Used in Baltimore Without Public Debate

A company called Persistent Surveillance Systems, based in Dayton, Ohio, provided the service to the police, and the funding came from a private donor. No public disclosure of the program had ever been made. Outside the courthouse, several of the protesters began marching around the building, chanting for justice. The plane continued to circle overhead, unseen

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The Death Toll in Yemen Is So High the Red Cross Has Started Donating Morgues to Hospitals

Almost a year and a half into Saudi Arabia’s U.S.-backed bombing campaign in Yemen, the humanitarian toll has become so extensive that the International Committee of the Red Cross has taken the unusual step of donating entire morgue units to Yemeni hospitals. “The hospitals were not able to cope,” said Rima Kamal, a Yemen-based spokesperson for the Red Cross. “You could have more than 20 dead people brought into one hospital on one single day. The morgue capacity at a regular hospital is not equipped to handle this influx of dead bodies.”

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Trump Temporarily Missing from Minnesota Ballot

Donald Trump’s name will appear on Minnesota ballot, a state official said, after its initial absence from the secretary of state’s website caused minor alarm in Minnesota GOP circles.

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To The NSA, The Word 'Security' Is Synonymous With 'Gaping, Unpatched Holes In US Developers' Software'

A former Defense Intelligence Agency officer has taken to LinkedIn to point out to all of us griping about the broken Vulnerability Equities Process -- exposed by hackers holding NSA zero-days -- have it all wrong. Michael Tanji says the NSA isn't here to protect developers from malicious attacks. It never was and it's never going to be.

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Deaf Man Killed by Cop Was “Afraid” of Police Becuase of Their Inability to Deal with Deaf People

The unarmed deaf man who was killed by a North Carolina police officer had a fear of cops because of how they treated him in the past.

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US Destroyer Fired Warning Shots At Iranian Fast-Attack Ship

Yesterday, we reported that four Iranian ships carried out a "high speed intercept" of a US destroyer, the USS Nitze, in the Strait of Hormuz, an incident that the official dubbed "unsafe and unprofessional", cited by Reuters. The four vessels belonging to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps "harassed" a U.S. destroyer on Tuesday by carrying out a "high speed intercept" in the vicinity of the Strait of Hormuz, a U.S. Defense official said on Wednesday.

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US-Turkey Launch Operation "ISIS Shield" To Cleanse Moderate Arabs And Kurds Under The Cover of Fighting ISIS

Sadly, the Kurds of Syria and Iraq have become the pets and toys of the two-faced gangsters in Washington. If Uncle Sam tells them lay down, they lay down, if he tells them fetch, they fetch.

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Police use 'Pay-By-Plate' to "hotlist" motorists across the country

Police State America has devised a new way to track dissidents or person's of interest, they're calling it Pay-By-Plate. Raytheon's Pay-By-Plate system will allow police to "hotlist" motorists across the country. What are vehicle "hotlists"?

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Turkish Forces Fight Alongside al-Qaeda Linked Rebels To Invade Syrian City

A coalition of Turkey-backed rebels were given access to Turkish soil through which to launch an invasion of the ISIS border city of Jarabulus, but what happened was a lot bigger than anyone expected, as the rebels didn’t go alone, but were joined by a significant Turkish military contingent, which invaded along with them.

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What Can We Say About a System that Criminalizes a Safe Painkiller (0 Deaths) and Promotes Big Pharma Opiates that Have Killed 165,000 Americans?

So when will the citizens wake up to the criminality of their government in favoring killer corporate opiates over safe natural painkillers? Set your mindset to objective and come with me to the little-known but plucky nation of Lower Slobovia. The residents of Lower Slobovia have two choices when they are suffering from chronic pain: 1. A natural, non-addictive medication that they can grow themselves that has never caused a single fatality due to overdose, adverse reactions or mixing with other drugs (polypharmacy), or 2. synthetic opiates manufactured by pharmaceutical corporations that are highly addictive, trigger multiple adverse reactions, manifest dangerous polypharmaceutical attributes and have killed over 165,000 people in the past 15 years-- 28 times the nation's 5,790 combat deaths in recent military conflicts.

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