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GCHQ secret unit involved in domestic internet manipulation - report
A secretive unit of the UK’s GCHQ intelligence agency reportedly helps traditional law enforcement with domestic spying and online propaganda, recently published documents reveal.

29.06.2015 12:59

Paradise lost: Al-Qaeda deprives ISIS of heaven
Al-Qaeda’s American mouthpiece says atrocities being perpetrated by Islamic State are utterly unspeakable, and will prevent perpetrators from entering ‘paradise’ if they continue to sin against their Muslim brothers and sisters.

29.06.2015 05:30

Right-wing terrorists twice as likely to kill Americans than Muslim jihadists are ‒ report
Nearly twice as many Americans have been killed by right-wing extremists since 9/11 as have died at the hands of radical Muslims on US soil, a new report found. There have also been nearly three times as many deadly right-wing attacks as jihadist ones.

24.06.2015 19:13

Only about 4% of NY assault rifles are registered, new stats suggest
New Yorkers refuse to comply with the 2013 NY SAFE Act, obliging owners of semi-automatic weapons with a detachable magazine and a military-style pistol grip to register them. Only about one in 25 such weapons have been registered by police.

24.06.2015 09:49

Russia pictured as monster with claws on cartoon map for schoolkids causes stir in Netherlands
A picture in a Dutch social studies textbook for 16-year-olds portrays Russia as a monster with claws and fangs trying to devour Ukraine, while Europe extends a helping hand.

24.06.2015 06:08

Pope Francis: Exploitation of migrants for profit 'makes one cry'
The mistreatment of refugee seekers who are escaping the atrocities of their home countries, ”makes one cry” as they are merely the “victims of injustice, of this throw-away economy” and war, Pope Francis said.

21.06.2015 10:44

Move, texter, get out the way: Texting lanes debut in Utah
On subway escalators in London and Washington, DC, it’s expected that people will “walk left, stand right.” A US university is bringing that concept to staircases, with walking, running and texting lanes, and it's not alone with this idea.

16.06.2015 16:24

Out from the cold: Snowden leaks forced British spies’ pullout from Russia, China - report
The British MI6 secret service had to suspend operations of its field agents due to imminent exposure in “hostile” countries such as Russia and China, caused by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden's leaks, the Sunday Times reports.

14.06.2015 05:22

Hillary Clinton delivers first major campaign speech amid trust drop
Hillary Clinton, the frontrunner in the 2016 Democratic presidential primaries, has held the first major rally of her campaign on Saturday, vowing to make the economy work for every American.

13.06.2015 09:48

Russia must be assured that Ukrainian accession to NATO is ‘unrealistic’ – Italian FM
Moscow must be given assurances that Ukraine will not join NATO after the Russian President stated he has “no aggressive intentions,” the Italian FM said. He also added that the build-up of NATO’s defensive mechanism should not be viewed as a threat.

08.06.2015 11:52

‘False legitimacy’: Saudi Arabia hosting UN Human Rights Council slammed by watchdog
The decision to hold a UN-backed human rights summit in Saudi Arabia in early June, attended by the Human Rights Council’s chief, has sparked an outcry from rights organizations, claiming that the visit gave the Gulf kingdom “false legitimacy.”

08.06.2015 05:24

Argentine suspect in FIFA probe escaped Zurich arrest ‘by having breakfast’ - Swiss media
One of the businessmen indicted in the FIFA corruption scandal escaped arrest in Zurich hotel in a remarkable manner, reports Swiss media. The man who is now on the Interpol wanted list managed to leave Europe and is allegedly in hiding in Uruguay.

07.06.2015 10:45