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Up to 15,000 U.S. troops to 'remain in Afghanistan until 2024' in new deal that leaves door open to 'war without end'

Up to 15,000 U.S. troops to 'remain in Afghanistan until 2024' according to new deal that leaves door open to a 'war without end' --Will cost the taxpayer tens of billions 20 Nov 2013 It is already America's longest war, but a new draft of a key U.S.- Afghan security deal reveals plans for military forces to stay on indefinitely in Afghanistan- costing the taxpayer tens of billions.

Government looks to select, force radioactive waste disposal sites on unwilling public

Government looks to select, force radioactive waste disposal sites on unwilling public 20 Nov 2013 (Japan) The government should pick candidate sites nationwide that are suitable for building a high-level radioactive waste disposal facility and present them to an unwilling public, instead of waiting for a local government to step forward, the Natural Resources and Energy Agency proposed Wednesday.

Police ordered to 'wait,' Sandy Hook 911 tapes reveal

Police ordered to 'wait,' Sandy Hook 911 tapes reveal  --Janitor, calling 911, was disconnected --'Both sources said it was unclear why the apparent order was given to delay police from going into the school.' [Well, here's one explanation:  The false flag had to completely unfurl before the police could enter.]  20 Nov 2013 There are no anguished cries of children in the controversial 911 telephone recordings of

Britain's GCHQ 'the brains,' America's NSA 'the money' behind spy alliance

Britain's GCHQ 'the brains,' America's NSA 'the money' behind spy alliance 18 Nov 2013 The activities of GCHQ, Britain’s secret eavesdropping agency, have come under intense scrutiny since former U.S. analyst Edward Snowden said it was one of the main players in a global web of telecommunications surveillance.

Over 30 people killed in Iraq terrorist attacks

Over 30 people killed in Iraq terrorist attacks 20 Nov 2013 Over thirty people have been killed in a fresh wave of attacks, including bombings and a shooting incident, in different parts of Iraq. On Wednesday, 28 people lost their lives and many others were wounded in a series of coordinated bomb attacks in several neighborhoods of the Iraq's capital city of Baghdad.

Letter Delivered to Norwich Bulletin Threatened to Spread MRSA Virus, Building Put on Lockdown

Letter Delivered to Norwich Bulletin Threatened to Spread MRSA Virus, Building Put on Lockdown --The Bulletin officers were locked down because of a hazmat. 20 Nov 2013 (CT) The Norwich Bulletin was locked down for about three hours after receiving a suspicious letter on Wednesday. According to police, a letter was delivered to the building this morning threatening to spread the MRSA virus, which the author claimed to have.

US and UK struck secret deal to allow NSA to 'unmask' Britons' personal data

US and UK struck secret deal to allow NSA to 'unmask' Britons' personal data --2007 deal allows NSA to store previously restricted material --Separate draft memo proposes US spying on 'Five-Eyes' allies 20 Nov 2013 The phone, internet and email records of UK citizens not suspected of any wrongdoing have been analysed and stored by America's National Security Agency under a secret deal that was approved by British intelligence officials, according to doc

Perpetual occupation of Afghanistan: US to keep troops in place and funds flowing, perhaps indefinitely

Perpetual occupation of Afghanistan: US to keep troops in place and funds flowing, perhaps indefinitely --Billions of US tax dollars would be 'managed by relevant Afghan institutions' [Right, because they've managed it *so well* (most of it missing) all along!] 19 Nov 2013 While many Americans have been led to believe the war in Afghanistan will soon be over [Obusha lied], a draft of a

U.S. Supreme Court declines to block Texas abortion law

U.S. Supreme Court declines to block Texas abortion law 19 Nov 2013 A split U.S. Supreme Court declined on Tuesday to block implementation of a new abortion law in Texas that already has prompted a dozen clinics in the state to stop performing the procedure. The provision requires doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of the facility in case women have complications.

Homeland Security: Silk Road Vendor Sent Obama Ricin Letter

Homeland Security: Silk Road Vendor Sent Obama Ricin Letter 18 Nov 2013 A former vendor on the now-defunct online black market bazaar known as Silk Road sent a letter laced with the poison Ricin to U.S. President Barack Obama, according to a letter submitted by an official at the Department of Homeland Security. Brian de Vallance, the acting assistant secretary for legislative affairs for DHS, briefly mentioned the poisoning attempt in a letter he sent the U.S.

NSAssociate Google Relegated Tuesday's CLG Newsletter to Spam Bin

Looking for the previous CLG Newsletter? NSAssociate Google Relegated Tuesday's CLG Newsletter to Spam Bin Posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 11 Nov 2013 CLG subscribers: If you use Gmail as your email provider, please go to your spam bin to retrieve today's CLG Newsletter.

Suicide bombings kill 23 near Iran embassy in Beirut

Suicide bombings kill 23 near Iran embassy in Beirut 19 Nov 2013 Two suicide bombings rocked Iran's embassy compound in Lebanon on Tuesday, killing at least 23 people including an Iranian cultural attaché and hurling bodies and burning wreckage across a debris-strewn street.

House to Vote on Bill That Would Impose $5,000 Fee to Protest Drilling Projects

House to Vote on Bill That Would Impose $5,000 Fee to Protest Drilling Projects 19 Nov 2013 The House is likely to vote on a number of GOP bills this week related to the oil and gas industry, arguably the most sweeping of which is the Federal Lands Jobs and Energy Security

Fisa court order that allowed NSA surveillance is revealed for first time

Fisa court order that allowed NSA surveillance is revealed for first time 19 Nov 2013 A secret court order that authorised a massive trawl by the National Security Agency of Americans' email and internet data was published for the first time on Monday night, among a trove of documents that also revealed a judge's concern that the NSA "continuously" and "systematically" violated the limits placed on the program.

Last British resident in Guantanamo Bay: we are treated like animals

Last British resident in Guantánamo Bay: we are treated like animals 18 Nov 2013 Shaker Aamer, the last British resident held in Guantánamo Bay -- where he has been incarcerated for the past eleven years despite protests from the British government -- has spoken from his prison cell for the first time. "Tell the world the truth... Please, we are tired. Either you leave us to die in peace -- or tell the world the truth.

Va. Sen. Creigh Deeds Stabbed in Bath County Home

Va. Sen. Creigh Deeds Stabbed in Bath County Home 19 Nov 2013 Virginia State Sen. Creigh Deeds was stabbed by his son, Austin "Gus" Deeds, before the son fatally shot himself, Democratic sources tell News4. Gus Deeds died at the scene, and Creigh Deeds is in critical condition in the intensive care unit of the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville, the sources said.

Virginia State Senator Creigh Deeds in critical condition, son reportedly dead after assault at Va. home

Virginia State Senator Creigh Deeds in critical condition, son reportedly dead after assault at Va. home 19 Nov 2013 Virginia State Senator Creigh Deeds is in critical condition and his son is reportedly dead following an assault at his home in Milboro, Va.

Lebanon blasts hit Iran's embassy in Beirut

Lebanon blasts near Iran's embassy in Beirut 19 Nov 2013 At least 22 people have been killed and more than 140 injured in a double suicide bombing outside the Iranian embassy in the Lebanese capital Beirut. The Iranian cultural attache, Sheikh Ibrahim Ansari, is among the dead, according to the Fars news agency.

Obama Pick for Court Is 3rd in a Row Blocked by Republicans

Obama Pick for Court Is 3rd in a Row Blocked by Republicans [And, spineless DemocRATs do *nothing* about it.] 19 Nov 2013 Senate Republicans on Monday blocked President Obama's third consecutive nominee to the country’s most powerful and prestigious appeals court and insisted they would not back down, inflaming a bitter debate over a [black] president's right to shape the judiciary.

Release Date for Full Sandy Hook Report 'Not Yet Determined' - Hartford Courant

Release Date for Full Sandy Hook Report 'Not Yet Determined' - Hartford Courant --Only summary of long-awaited state police report on Sandy Hook shootings will be released next week Still Keeping Public In The Dark About Sandy Hook --Investigator continuing the war against the public's

TSA rolls out 'detention pods' that trap passengers inside

TSA rolls out 'detention pods' that trap passengers inside 18 Nov 2013 Not content with the tight security in place at many of the nations airports, the TSA is now funding the roll-out of exit pods at major airport terminals across the country. The pods temporarily detain passengers before they are allowed to leave.

Health Website Enrollment Is Close to Doubling Pace

Health Website Enrollment Is Close to Doubling Pace 19 Nov 2013 The pace of enrollment in health plans through the troubled federal insurance marketplace has nearly doubled since the end of October as software engineers have resolved some 200 of the more than 600 initial defects that had rendered the site all but unusable, according to people familiar with the repair effort.

George Zimmerman arrested for domestic violence

George Zimmerman arrested for domestic violence 18 Nov 2013 George Zimmerman was arrested on domestic violence charges Monday after pointing a shotgun at his girlfriend, smashing a glass-topped table and pushing her out of her Seminole County home, deputies said.

U.S. justices won't review intelligence court action on phone records

U.S. justices won't review intelligence court action on phone records 18 Nov 2013 The U.S. Supreme Court said on Monday it would not review a ruling by the secretive intelligence court that gave the government access to records kept by Verizon Communications Inc on millions of telephone calls. The long-shot case was brought to the high court by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), a public interest research organization.

Cracks in Tepco's 3/11 narrative

Cracks in Tepco's 3/11 narrative 17 Nov 2013 "While I was with Tokyo Electric Power Co. (Tepco), a question was raised internally as to whether or not the measuring pipe installed at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant, the diameter of which is about the same as that of a human thumb, can withstand an earthquake.

Assange not under sealed indictment, U.S. officials say - but 'he might be in six months'

Assange not under sealed indictment, U.S. officials say - but 'he might be in six months' 18 Nov 2013 Federal prosecutors have not filed a sealed indictment against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, despite persistent rumors that a nearly three-year grand jury investigation into him and his organization had secretly led to charges, according to senior law enforcement sources.

Supreme Court Rejects NSA Surveillance Case Without Explanation

Supreme Court Rejects NSA Surveillance Case Without Explanation 18 Nov 2013 The Supreme Court has rejected a call to challenge the National Security Agency's secret telephone record surveillance program.

George Zimmerman arrested again in Florida

George Zimmerman arrested again in Florida 18 Nov 2013 George Zimmerman, acquitted in July in the fatal shooting of black teenager Trayvon Martin, was arrested Monday in Seminole County Fla., authorities said. "He is in custody," officer Green, with the county sheriff's office told USA TODAY. He said the booking officer was still filing his report and hehad no information.

Sinkhole the size of 20 football pitches opens in Louisiana - and it could burst into flames

Sinkhole the size of 20 football pitches opens in Louisiana - and it could burst into flames --Louisiana state is suing Texas Brine [terrorists] as it tries to recoup $8 million used to deal with the sinkhole 16 Nov 2013 A Louisiana sinkhole that has sucked in trees and swamps as it spread to the size of 20 football fields is now at risk of exploding.

Fukushima nuclear plant begins risky fuel rod removal

Fukushima nuclear plant begins risky fuel rod removal --Several engineers, both Japanese and foreign, have warned that any errors during the process could have grave consequences, such as sudden leaks of radioactive material. 18 Nov 2013 The operating company at the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan has begun the risky but crucial task of removing radioactive fuel rods from one of the four reactors.

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