Two of three British schoolgirls who slipped off to Syria on their own have married Islamic State militants, their families’ lawyer told the Guardian. The teens say their marriage ceremony was approved by IS (Islamic State, formerly ISIS/ISIL) leadership.
The French government is under the command of Washington, Alain Corvez, former adviser to French Interior Ministry, told RT following news that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange had been rapidly denied asylum by the Elysee Palace.
Slashed housing benefits, a further reduction in the state’s welfare cap and cuts to in-work tax credits are on the table as Chancellor George Osborne prepares to fillet Britain’s welfare state in his so-called “emergency budget” next week.
David Cameron wants to leave no safe space for terrorists to communicate, but attacking encryption major tech companies use leaves no safe space for ordinary people, making them more vulnerable, says Loz Kaye, former leader of the Pirate Party in the UK.
A police marksman has been cleared of murder in a British court 10 years after he shot and killed suspected robber Azelle Rodney in north London. Rodney’s mother continues to insist her son’s death was ‘avoidable.’
Today we still use an industrial age monetary construct while we have technologies to do things differently. Greece could create a precedent with a different way of addressing economic problems, says one of the architects of the euro, Bernard Lietaer.