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California governor vetoes bill requiring warrants for police drones
Despite widely clearing both the state’s Senate and Assembly, California Governor Jerry Brown shot down a bill on Sunday that would have imposed restrictions on when law enforcement agencies can use drones for surveillance.

29.09.2014 19:55

By mistake? US-led jets bomb grain silos in Syria, 'civilians killed'
US-led coalition airstrikes destroyed grain silos and other targets in parts of northern and eastern Syria dominated by Islamic State, killing civilians while only wounding ISIS fighters, according to an organization monitoring war in Syria.

29.09.2014 14:10

Five airline workers charged with smuggling cash past TSA
Five US airline employees have been charged with smuggling over $400,000 in cash, which they believed to be drug money, past TSA checkpoints following a sting operation at Boston’s Logan International Airport.

26.09.2014 21:49

Fox News 'salutes' UAE’s first female fighter pilot bombing ISIS positions as ‘boobs on the ground’
In Fox News’ latest gaffe two hosts of ‘The Five’ cracked jokes about a female military pilot from the United Arab Emirates, who is currently participating in bombing campaign against the Islamic State.

26.09.2014 18:40

Pentagon concerned over Russian strategic bomber drills near US
A top US military commander has expressed concern over the appearance of long-range Russian bombers near United States airspace, adding that the Pentagon is watching the activity “very carefully.”

26.09.2014 17:32

Britain ready to put ‘robust legal case’ used by US for Syria airstrikes – Foreign Secretary
UK Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said Britain is prepared to make a robust legal case for extending airstrikes against Islamic State beyond Iraq into Syria, with the backing of MPs.

26.09.2014 11:02

Suspected arson attack paralyzes Chicago airports
A fire at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport has halted all flights. Up to 20 people have been evacuated from the air traffic control facility where the blaze broke out. A man with "self-inflicted" wounds was found at the scene of the incident.

26.09.2014 12:05

Boeing Dreamliner makes Scotland emergency landing
A Boeing 787 Dreamliner jet was forced to make an emergency landing at Glasgow Airport on Friday after a fire alert prompted its pilot to request the urgent stop. The aircraft had been en route from Chicago to Warsaw.

26.09.2014 11:31

UK MPs vote overwhelmingly for ISIS airstrikes in Iraq
MPs have voted to back Britain joining US-led airstrikes on Islamic State in Iraq in a vote on Friday. Attacks could begin within days, as ministers admit that UK military intervention could last two or three years.

26.09.2014 08:11

Cloud over Air France low-cost carrier expansion as strike deepens
Strike-hit Air France has found itself at odds with the government over the fate of the company’s low-cost carrier Transavia. The French transport minister says plans for the subsidiary’s expansion were abandoned. The company denied that within minutes.

24.09.2014 09:39

UK MPs likely to back US-led coalition airstrikes against ISIS, but only in Iraq
Parliament will be recalled on Friday to discuss Britain’s role in air strikes against ISIS. While MPs will likely reject joining US-Arab strikes on Syria on legal grounds, support is growing for strikes on Iraq.

24.09.2014 08:10

O, bomber! Obama bombs 7th country in 6 years
American jets hit targets in Syria on Tuesday in the US-led fight against Islamic State. Although the US has not declared war since 1942, this is the seventh country that Barack Obama, the holder of the Nobel Peace Prize, has bombed in as many years.

23.09.2014 19:11

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