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Police Officer Threatens to Arrest American for Calling Politician a “Liar”

A former city councilman who won summary judgment after a police chief threatened to arrest him for criticizing a public official has settled with the police chief and the Northern California City of Cotati. George Barich, who describes himself as a former newspaper editor, attended an April 2014 City Council meeting where he called city Planning Commissioner Neil Hancock a “liar,” to which Hancock retorted, “You’re the liar,” according to Barich’s January lawsuit in Federal Court.
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China Opening “The World’s Biggest Animal Cloning Factory”

The world’s biggest animal “cloning factory” is due to open in China, producing one million calves a year, sniffer dogs and even genetic copies of the family pet.
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British Government Compensates Women Who Spent Years in Fake Relationships with Undercover Cops

Back then, the public knew little about a covert operation that had been running since 1968. Only a limited number of senior police officers knew about it. Kennedy was one of more than 100 undercover officers who, over the previous four decades, had transformed themselves into fake campaigners for years at a time, assimilating themselves into political groups and hoovering up information about protests that they had helped to organise.
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Footage Reveals Who Shot Down Russian Rescue Helicopter at Syrian Border – And It Looks Pretty Bad

Footage provided by the FSA purportedly shows Syrian rebels using a U.S.-made TOW missile to finish off a rescue helicopter sent to secure pilots ejected from a downed Russian Su-24 fighter jet. While Russian fighter pilots descended by parachute from a plummeted Su-24, footage allegedly shows Syrian rebels shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ and trying to kill them in the air – a violation of the Geneva conventions.
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German Government Covered Up Terror Attack at Soccer Stadium

German authorities covered up the fact that explosives were found during an attempted terror attack at a soccer stadium earlier this week, according to an eyewitness who was told to keep quiet about what he saw. Bild newspaper has published the testimony of a paramedic who saw an explosive device in an ambulance before the Germany vs Netherlands game which was canceled on Tuesday night after French intelligence tipped off German authorities about an impending attack involving three bombs to be detonated at the stadium and another two at a bus stop and a train station.
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Reporters' car hit by anti-tank missile on Syria-Turkey border (video)

A Russian journalist has filmed the moment the car he was sitting in was hit by an anti-tank missile in Syria. Three reporters were injured when the shell struck the car on Monday in the village of Dagmashlia near the border with Turkey. The video shows the pro-Assad Syrian army waving on the press convoy as they approached the front lines before the missile strikes without any warning.
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Freemasons fixed inquiry into Titanic to protect Establishment, claims secret archive that lists two million members - including Winston Churchill - and reveals secretive group of elites ruled society for 200 years

The records are due to be published online by genealogy service Ancestry. While the Masonic connections of figures such as Sir Winston Churchill, Oscar Wilde, Lord Kitchener, Rudyard Kipling and Edward VIII are known, the records offer the first comprehensive view of the reach of Freemasonry at the height of the British Empire.
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These 3 judges hold the fate of the Internet in their hands

Next week, a federal appeals court in Washington will hear one of its biggest cases of the year, one whose outcome will directly affect how Internet providers can alter your experience online.
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Report confirms Nestlé ties to slave labour

Swiss food giant Nestlé is vowing to stamp out any forced labour used in its supply chain in Thailand after a probe confirmed workers were toiling in slave-like conditions to catch and process fish for the company's products. "Nestlé is committed to eliminating forced labour in our seafood supply chain in Thailand," executive vice president of operations Magdi Batato said in a statement sent to AFP on Tuesday.
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Buying GOLD Safe-Haven Assets, Not so Safe

I don’t trust buying gold safe-haven assets, and I have one very simple reason why. You might think a writer who predicted our unfolding financial crisis before the Great Recession began … and who is predicting the global economy will collapse in the final quarter of 2015 … and who is predicting a stock-market crash in 2015 … would be heavily invested in gold; but I have none.
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Cat photos take over hashtag after Belgian police request social media blackout

Over the weekend Belgium’s government placed the capital city, Brussels, under the highest level of alert and conducted a series of raids. During the raids, citizens were asked not to post about police activity. “For security, please respect the radio silence on social media concerning the police operations underway in Brussels,” the police wrote. “Thanks.”
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China To Open First Military Base In Africa, Signs Deal With Djibouti, US General Says

China has signed a 10-year deal with the African nation of Djibouti to build a military base there in what would be China's first military base on the continent, U.S. Army Gen. David Rodriguez, commander of U.S. Africa Command, has said. China has long had an economic foothold in Africa, but the base would be an expansion of its military prowess beyond the Asia Pacific region.
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Paris attacks: EU ministers consider Europe-wide CIA-style intelligence agency and increased border security checks

A European equivalent of the CIA could be founded to bring together 28 member states’ intelligence following the Paris attacks. Numerous failings have been identified since the massacres that killed 130 people a week ago today, driving calls from the European Commission for increased co-operation through a joint agency.
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Billionaire Soros Invests in Ukraine Software Firm

George Soros is buying a stake in Ukrainian software developer Ciklum Holding Ltd. after committing to invest as much as $1 billion to help the country’s economy earlier this year. The Ukrainian Redevelopment Fund, advised by Soros Fund Management LLC, agreed to buy an undisclosed stake in Ciklum from Danish founder Torben Majgaard and private-equity fund Horizon Capital, according to a statement Wednesday. Horizon was co-founded by Ukrainian Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko.
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Caught On Tape: Syrian Rebels Destroy Russian Helicopter With US-Supplied Anti-Tank Missile

Earlier today, just hours after Turkey shot down a Russian Su-24 warplane near the border with Syria, the FSA (more specifically Alwiya al-Ashar) released footage of fighters celebrating over the body of a dead Russian pilot. The group would later claim to have executed both pilots after they ejected from the plane and attempted to parachute to safety.
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Dominican Republic Issues Warrants Over Fugitive French Pilots

A judge in the Dominican Republic has issued arrest warrants for three Frenchmen accused of helping two French pilots flee drug convictions. One of the three, Aymeric Chauprade, is an independent right-wing member of the European parliament.
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Survival Lessons from Our Own Violent History

No matter which moment in our history we choose to at, we’re bound to see a society filled with blood and hatred. From Ancient Egypt, Ancient China, The Roman Empire, The Dark Ages and even modern times, we’ve done nothing but fight with and kill each-other. Some say the world we live in today is the most peaceful time in history, and that may be true, but that doesn’t mean people don’t get humiliated, beaten up, injured or die every day. In a world where terrorist threats and World War 3 seem to be getting closer and closer, things can take a turn for the worse in a matter of days. What this means is, if we don’t prepare ourselves beforehand, we might not have time to react to and SHTF event.
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How are Ukrainian weapons ending up in the hands of ISIS?

Significant amounts of Ukrainian-manufactured weapons are ending up in the hands of the Islamic State, prompting accusations that Kiev may be arming the militant group in an effort to impair its regional foe Russia. Persisting rumors that Ukraine may be secretly arming the Islamic State —also known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS— resurfaced last week, when authorities in Kuwait arrested six men suspected of working for the militant group. Among them was Osama Mohammed Saeed Khaiyat, a Syrian citizen of Lebanese background, who is believed to have traveled to Europe and the Middle East in search of weapons to be purchased by the Islamic State. Khaiyat, 45, allegedly told his captors that he has made several trips to Ukraine in the past, where he has purchased weapons and ammunition on behalf of the group. The weapons are purchased with cash, said Khaiyat, and are then delivered to Islamic State fighters in Syria through smuggling routes in the Black Sea and in Turkey.
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