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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]

Banking cancer becoming worse in Eurozone – Max Keiser

Banking cancer becoming worse in Eurozone – Max Keiser A second bailout for Greece has only increased the country’s debt and made it harder to pay it off, financial analyst Max Keiser has told RT. An emergency summit of EU leaders and IMF officials agreed Thursday to give Greece another bailout... [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]

Anonymous hackers arrested

Anonymous-hackers-arrestedAnonymous hackers arrested More than a dozen individuals believed to be linked to the hacktivist collective Anonymous were arrested this morning in a sting that nabbed persons across the US and abroad. The state of California filed charges against 14 people believed to be... [Read More]

Strauss-Kahn rape cases to unite?

Strauss-Kahn-rape-cases-to-unite-Former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn (AFP Photo / Pool / Richard Drew) It looks like the case against Dominique Strauss-Kahn isn’t quite over yet. ­ Attorneys representing the two women who allege that the former IMF head raped them met for the first time on... [Read More]

Doll shocks American

Breast-feeding-doll-shocks-AmericansThe Breast Milk Baby, now available for boys and girls alike. Here’s a toy you can buy for your kids that really sucks. Move over, Malibu Barbie! There is a new children’s doll on toy store shelves, and The Breast Milk Baby is swallowing up the competition. After... [Read More]

Strauss-Kahn had sex with three

Strauss-Kahn-had-sex-with-threeUnited States, Washington : Dominique Strauss-Kahn speaking to the press after the International Monetary and Financial Committee meeting during the annual IMF/World Bank meetings in Washington. (AFP Photo / Nicholas Kamm) Being released without bail earlier this month... [Read More]

Search or destroy: Google bans Belgian papers from web results

Search-or-destroy--Google-bans-Belgian-papers-from-web-resultsGoogle is showing some Belgian newspapers who the boss of the Web is. Look out honey, ’cause I’m using technology. Those are the words that punk pioneer Iggy Pop barked out in his 1973 anthem “Search and Destroy,” and now... [Read More]

Ireland joins junk sovereign debt club

In another downgrading move, credit rating agency Moody’s has knocked Irish government bonds ratings by one notch to Ba1 from Baa3. European Commission chief Jose Manuel Barroso describes the decision as “incomprehensible”. Moody’s decision, announced on Tuesday, means Irish government bonds... [Read More]

Gerald Celente: “Austerity riots will come to the US”

Gerald Celente: ‘ Austerity riots will come to the US’ More and more of the world economy is crumbling and America doesn’t seem too far behind. While riots erupt in Greece over austerity measures imposed by the government, back home lay-offs are rampant on Wall Street with Goldman Sachs... [Read More]

Strauss-Kahn a victim of conspiracy?

New York : Former IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn (L) and his wife Anne Sinclair arrive for a hearing at New York State Supreme Court July 1, 2011 in New York. (AFP Photo / Stan Honda) The French were always doubtful that Dominique Strauss-Kahn forced a New York hotel maid into oral sex, with a poll... [Read More]

Walter Smith: Rangers’ Euro result has done Scottish game a favour now we want one in return

WalterSmith WALTER SMITH last night called on Scottish football’s top brass to repay the favour after Rangers secured the SPL a second Champions League slot. The Ibrox manager saw his side come back from the dead in Portugal on Thursday night to send Sporting Lisbon crashing out of the Europa League. And... [Read More]

Young designers invade Brussels with fashion trail

Brussels might not have the couture cachet of London, Paris or Milan, but a small group of avant-garde fashionistas is giving the Belgian capital an underground designer edge. Using unusual and even surreal spaces such as thrift shops, a bakery, a bicycle repair shop and a former electricity power plant... [Read More]

Hermes Founding Family Members Didn’t Sell `Significant’ Shares to LVMH

The founding family of Hermes International SCA didn’t sell a block of shares in the French maker of Birkin bags and silk scarves to LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA, according to an Hermes executive. LVMH, the world’s largest luxury-goods maker, said Oct. 23 that it owns 14.2 percent of Paris-based... [Read More]

Music Video by Will Smith’s Daughter

You may say its hairography, but Will Smith and Jada Pinkett’s nine-year-old daughter Willow Smith’s music video ‘Whip My Hair’, is certainly anything but it! If anything, it captures the diva side of this singing sensation, to rival the works of her rapper father, Will Smith. The pre-teen music... [Read More]