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‘Public Safety Concern’ For Protesting, Sues Government
“For the Obama administration to turn around and punish those who put their lives at risk to achieve this protection is without merit and wrong.”
Israeli Firm Claims It Can Tell If You’re a Terrorist By Looking At Your Face
The bold claims are made by Israeli start-up Faception.
Judge Compares Drug War To Slavery, Bravely Refuses To Put Convicted Drug Felon In Prison
Monsanto Loses Major PCBs Poisoning Lawsuit, Forced To Pay $46 Million To Victims
According to the lawsuit, Monsanto knew about the dangers of PCBs but continued to sell the product even after a government ban.
Palestinians Use Facebook To Warn Of Imminent Israeli Raids
“Women get up and change so they’re dressed appropriately if Israelis come into their home, and when people are ready for the army, they know to be awake and listen for the knock
Australia Scrubbed From UN Climate Change Report After Government Intervention
All mentions of Australia were removed from the final version of a Unesco report on climate change and world heritage sites after the Australian government objected on the grounds it
Airport Screening Made 70,000 Miss American Airlines Flights
TSA has projected it will screen 740 million people at U.S. airports this year, some 15 percent more than in 2013 despite a 12 percent cut in its staff
Argentine President Mauricio Macri Has Almost $20 Million In US Tax Havens
Mauricio Macri previously tried to brush aside allegations arising from the Panama Papers that he has hidden his fortune in offshore accounts.
US Senators Demand Saudis Stop Killing Civilians Before Geting More Weapons
The United States has sold Saudi Arabia more than US$35.7 billion in weapons since 2013, enabling a devastating war in Yemen.
Trucks Carrying Weapons For al-Nusra Front Arrive From Turkey Daily
Head of the Russian General Staff told journalists that trucks carrying weapons for the al-Nusra Front cross from Turkey into Syria daily. This allows the terrorist group to continue