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Anonymous to attack Fox, Facebook, banks and drug cartel on November 5

Anonymous to attack Fox Facebook banks and drug cartel on November 5 If you haven’t made it a point to remember the fifth of November before, hacktivists belonging to the group Anonymous are looking to change all of that this weekend. According to various tweets, blog posts and message across the... [Read More]

Pentagon sinks fastest aircraft ever

Pentagon sinks fastest aircraft ever The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) put an experimental aircraft into the sky today, and though the mission didn’t pan out exactly as planned, today’s flight signaled what’s to come in military machinery. The Falcon Hypersonic Technology... [Read More]

Drones killed hundreds of civilians in Pakistan

Drones killed hundreds of civilians in Pakistan A new report says that drones are doing more harm that previously published. A new report out of London challenges the US government’s claims that the CIA-led drone initiatives in Pakistan have spared civilians from unnecessary casualties. Rather, writes... [Read More]

9/11 could have been prevented, says counterterrorism czar

9-11 could have been prevented says counterterrorism czar A former White House official is speaking out about an alleged cover-up perpetrated by the CIA to cover-up information that could have prevented the September 11 terrorist attacks. Richard Clarke, former counter-terrorism czar under President... [Read More]

The FBI and Anders Breivik read the same books

The FBI and Anders Breivik read the same booksThe FBI and Anders Breivik read the same books Is the FBI putting complete idiots in charge of their counterrrorism initiatives? A recent slideshow obtained from the Bureau by the American Civil Liberties Union would lead one to believe... [Read More]

Georgia using US media

Georgia using US media as a propaganda instrument Russian diplomat Moscow says Tbilisi is relying on US media for pushing its anti-Russian propaganda Washington appears to have accepted Georgia’s account of a bombing incident last September at the US Embassy in Tbilisi, while one... [Read More]

Fort Hood Massacre 2.0?

Fort Hood Massacre 2.0 The soldiers memorial reads the date November 5, 2009 at a remembrance service recognizing the 13 victims killed in the Ft. Hood attacks (Ben Sklar/ Getty Images / AF Photo) An AWOL Army private is being held by law enforcement after he was discovered with... [Read More]

Attorney General will meet with 9/11 families over News Corp scandal

Attorney General will meet with 9 11 families over News Corp scandal Eric Holder, US attorney general, has agreed to meet with a group of family members and their attorneys to discuss allegations that News of the World reporters tried to pay off the NYPD to access phone records of September 11 victims. Following... [Read More]

Rise of right-wing extremism rattles Europe

Rise-of-right-wing-extremism-rattles-Europe Rise of right-wing extremism rattles Europe   The worst massacre ever committed by a single individual, carried out by a member of Norway’s political right, points to a dangerous undercurrent of hostility against the left’s platform,... [Read More]

Russians approve of St.Petersburg governor

Russians-approve-of-St-Petersburg-governor-as-new-upper-house-speaker-----poll Valentina Matvienko (RIA Novosti / STF)   A third of Russians view Valentina Matvienko’s tenure as the governor of St. Petersburg positively, and a slightly lower percentage believes that she will... [Read More]

Russian and US military

Russian-US-military-will-counter-a-mock-terrorist-attack-in-joint-exercises The Russian and US militaries will exchange tactical and technical experience in providing security for nuclear materials   Moscow and Washington will hold joint nuclear security exercises in early August... [Read More]

Tragic face of Norwegian multiculturalism

Norway, Utoya: Rescue workers evacuate a wounded woman from the summer school meeting organised by the ruling Labor Party on Utoya, an island outside the capital, on July 23, 2011 (AFP Photo /Morten Edvarsen) The double attack which claimed the lives of 93 people in Norway has been dubbed the country’s... [Read More]

West overlooked home-grown extremism – analyst

West overlooked homegrown extremism With so many terrorist threats from extremists in Arab countries, it is no wonder that thoughts automatically turn to radical groups when bombs go off. But it looks as if politicians will have to reassess their assumptions. ­“I think what [the double terror act... [Read More]

Norwegian terror suspect admits guilt

Norwegian terror suspect admits guilt Anders Behring Breivik, who was arrested by Norwegian police in connection with killing 93 people at a youth camp on Norway’s Utoya Island and in downtown Oslo, has admitted his guilt. Breivik, who has been charged with the bombing and mass shooting, believed... [Read More]

We will see more attacks like Norway – analyst

AFP Photo / Jonathan Nackstrand In the next 10 years, general society will come under more attacks like the one that just shocked Norway, says Chicago-based analyst Margaret Bogenrief. ­“What this attack really highlighted is that Europe is changing, and it has been changing for quite a while,”... [Read More]

Oslo terrorists might have grown up in Norway

Oslo terrorists might have grown up in Norway Around 300 demonstrators gathered in University Square in Oslo on February 12, 2010 in protest against Islam’s Prophet Mohammed drawings that were printed in Dagbladet (AFP Photo / Stian Lysberg Solum / Scanpix) The terrorist attack in Oslo could... [Read More]

KKK wreaks havoc in Mississippi

KKK wreaks havoc in Mississippi Authorities down in Mississippi are suggesting that a pair of recent acts of vandalism might be connected in Copiah County and could signal a resurgence in some good ol’ fashion southern hate crime. Reverend Dr Willie Jones, a black pastor that preaches in the southern... [Read More]

Fox wiretapped, says former employee, as ex-News Corp worker found dead

Fox-wiretapped-says-former-employee-as-ex-News-Corp-worker-found-deadUnited States, Washington: Rupert Murdoch, chairman and CEO of News Corp. participates in a House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing about immigration on September 30, 2010 in Washington, DC. (AFP Photo / Mark Wilson) Rupert... [Read More]

Four killed in blast during Karzai’s memorial service in Afghanistan

Four people have been killed and up to 13 wounded as a suicide bomber blew himself up during a memorial service for Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s murdered half brother. The Sarra Jamai mosque was filled with relatives and friends offering condolences to the family of the slain provincial council... [Read More]

FBI opens probe of News Corp. over alleged 9/11 hacks

FBI opens probe of News Corp over alleged 9 11 hacks As allegations escalate about even more wrong doings carried out by the staff of Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, the FBI formally opened up an investigation in the US today on possible hacks carried out by News Corp. in the States. A source confirmed... [Read More]

Triple blast hits India’s financial center

At least 21 people have been killed and 141 injured as three explosions struck India’s financial center Mumbai. The bombs went off within minutes of each other in the crowded neighborhood of Dadar in the center of the city, at the famed jewelry market Zaveri Bazaar, and in the business district of... [Read More]

9/11 families demand to reopen case

9/11 families demand to reopen case A boy walks past the 9/11 flag, that was recoverd after the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 in New York City, outside the entrance of the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, for the funeral of nine-year-old Christina Taylor Green on January 13, 2011 in Tucson,... [Read More]

Leaving Afghanistan: end of the surge

AFP Photo / Saul Loeb From the White House last night, US President Barack Obama announced plans for 30,000 troops to leave Afghanistan over the next year, signaling a beginning to the end of a decade-long war. While 30,000 is the number that Obama is going with, is it the right one? The Heritage Foundation’s... [Read More]

Bin Laden sons demand UN probe into “summary execution” of father.

Bin-Laden-sons-demand-UN-probe-into----summary-execution----of-father Omar bin Laden, a son of Osama bin Laden, in his apartment in Al-Rahad city, near Cairo (AFP Photo / Amro Maragji)   Four adult sons of Osama Bin Laden accuse the US of unlawfully executing their father and... [Read More]