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National Guard begins withdrawing from Ferguson after 2nd calm night in a row
Ferguson, Missouri remained relatively calm for the second night in a row. With only isolated arrests Wednesday and Thursday nights, a drawdown of the National Guard troops assigned with keeping the peace began Friday.

22.08.2014 19:04

​Man jailed for 33 months for pirating ‘Fast & Furious’
A computer programmer who filmed Fast and Furious 6 at a cinema and then uploaded it to the internet has been jailed for almost three years.

22.08.2014 12:26

Europe: A Union of Common Censorship
For once Brussels has unified Europe, albeit by marrying Kafka with Orwell in a modern day Ministry of Truth.

22.08.2014 08:31

‘Kiev, US propaganda war leave little motive to let Russian aid in’
Kiev’s propaganda war over eastern Ukraine leaves no real motive to let the Russian humanitarian aid in, former US-Russia presidential commission adviser told RT. Similarly, US government and media are failing in their coverage of the humanitarian crisis.

21.08.2014 21:37

Killer of US journalist Foley ‘could be British’ – UK PM
British Prime Minister David Cameron has said that the person involved in the beheading of US journalist James Foley looked “increasingly likely” to be a British citizen, though the man has not been identified.

20.08.2014 18:45

Obama condemns killing of photojournalist James Foley
United States President Barack Obama condemned the gruesome videotaped killing of American journalist James Foley Wednesday afternoon in a statement from Martha’s Vineyard.

20.08.2014 15:41

Nearly four-dozen arrested in Ferguson on eve of attorney general’s visit
A relatively calm evening gave way to the arrest of 47 protesters early Wednesday morning in Ferguson, Missouri, marking the eleventh night of demonstrations touched off by the killing of an unarmed black teenager by a local police officer.

20.08.2014 14:18

​NYT journalist given 24 hours to leave Afghanistan over coup report scandal
A New York Times reporter has been given 24 hours to leave Afghanistan for not cooperating with an investigation into his story about unnamed Afghan officials’ plans to set up an interim government and take power amid an election standoff.

20.08.2014 13:29

#ISISmediablackout: UK celebs urge against sharing James Foley video online
Celebrities and commentators have led calls on Twitter for the video depicting the beheading of US journalist James Foley not to be shared online to avoid handing the Islamic State a platform for its propaganda.

20.08.2014 10:56

Combat kittens & hipster jihadists: ISIS target kids to spread their cause
Islamic State members may hate Western culture, but they are quick to embrace Western technology that helps spread their message far and wide. The militants’ social media offensive ranges from videos of beheadings to pictures of cute jihadist kittens.

20.08.2014 11:39

#ItsBiggerThanYou: Atlanta protesters challenge CNN’s Michael Brown reporting
Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the CNN center in Atlanta on Monday to march in memory of unarmed Missouri teenager Michael Brown who was gunned down by a police officer, many in protest of CNN’s controversial coverage of the incident.

19.08.2014 19:01

'Less-than-lethal' ammunition makers profiting off unrest from Ferguson to Israel
So-called less-than-lethal munitions used on protesters in Ferguson have become not only a symbol of a militarized mindset among law enforcement in the US, but have galvanized bonds between struggles against state aggression, from Missouri to Palestine.

19.08.2014 15:30

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