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Rory Suchet

Dutch anti-Islam politician Wilders shows Mohammed cartoons on national TV
Dutch television has aired a slideshow of Prophet Mohammad cartoons, a month after the series was presented at a caricature competition in Texas that was attacked by two gunmen. Anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders is at the helm of the new scandal.

25.06.2015 04:26

Army general in charge of anti-ISIS training recalled after cronyism allegations
A top US general overseeing training of anti-Islamic State fighters in Iraq was recalled earlier this year amidst accusations of improper conduct. He was reprimanded for allegedly steering an energy contract at a Texas base to his West Point classmates.

22.06.2015 13:15

Sunday Times levels copyright charges at Greenwald after he debunks Snowden report
The UK newspaper Sunday Times is accusing US journalist Glenn Greenwald of copyright violations after he debunked the paper's report on Russian and Chinese spies allegedly accessing Edward Snowden's NSA leaks.

16.06.2015 12:55

Risks rising for migrants entering Europe through Balkans - UN
The UN refugee agency said on Friday that migrants trying to get into Europe from the Middle East and Africa through the Balkans are facing increased dangers from accidents on the railways they follow, as well as violence and abuse from criminal gangs.

13.06.2015 14:38

Putin & Erdogan discuss energy projects in Azerbaijan closed-door talks
The leaders of Russia and Turkey have held talks behind closed doors in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan. They attended the opening ceremony of the first European Games, before discussing energy projects and the Ukrainian conflict.

13.06.2015 10:13

‘Russia would attack NATO only in mad person’s dream’ – Putin
Russia is not building up its offensive military capabilities overseas and is only responding to security threats caused by US and NATO military expansion on its borders, Russian President Vladimir Putin told Italian outlet Il Corriere della Sera.

06.06.2015 03:18

The Face of Litter: DNA taken from trash used to map features of litterbugs in Hong Kong
An environmental group in Hong Kong has gone high-tech in its fight against street littering. It actually collects human DNA from rubbish to recreate the faces of those who left it, believing that public shaming will do a better job than government fines.

23.05.2015 13:38

‘March Against Monsanto’: Protest against GMO giant to roll in 38 countries this weekend
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators in 428 cities are expected to turn out this weekend to protest agribusiness giant Monsanto. The third annual 'March Against Monsanto' seeks to highlight the company's part in control of the food supply.

22.05.2015 18:41

#TakeUsWithYouScotland: 1000s in N. England sign petition to join 'future independent Scotland'
Over 35,000 people from northern England have signed a petition, asking to join future independent Scotland and sever from London. It says ‘the northerners’ have more bonds with Scotland than with “the ideologies of the London-centric south.”

16.05.2015 06:08

​Big Mac attack: US low-wage workers prepare to strike in over 200 cities
Low-wage fast food workers are preparing for a one-day nationwide protest in what some are saying will be the largest mobilization of US workers seeking to achieve higher pay, benefits and the right to unionize.

15.04.2015 08:44

​Ex-Blackwater guards get life, 30-year sentences for Baghdad massacre
Four men who worked for the private military contracting firm formerly known as Blackwater were sentenced in federal court on Monday, more than seven years after they massacred Iraqi civilians in Nisour Square, Baghdad.

13.04.2015 13:32

​‘Abandoned’: Afghan interpreter refused UK asylum shot by Taliban
An Afghan interpreter who served alongside UK forces in combat, and was later refused asylum in Britain despite the dangers he faced, has spoken out after being been shot by the Taliban.

13.04.2015 10:31