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Passenger with possible TB infection pulled from plane

Passenger with possible TB infection pulled from plane 02 Dec 2013 Passengers aboard US Airways Flight 2846 were waiting on the tarmac at Phoenix's Sky Harbor Airport when their pilot came on the intercom. "We've been notified about a health emergency aboard the aircraft," passenger Dean Davidson heard... Emergency personnel boarded the plane a short time later and removed the man, Davidson said.

Kenai brown bears have 33 percent chance of being wiped out in 25 years, but hunters want to kill more

Kenai brown bears have 33 percent chance of being wiped out in 25 years, but hunters want to kill more 02 Dec 2013 This year on the Kenai Peninsula, hunters sociopaths killed a record 45 brown bears -- five times the average -- under dramatically liberalized state hunting rules, and federal wildlife managers became so concerned they took the unprecedented step of temporarily shutting down the sport hu

Conn. to end fight to withhold Newtown 911 calls

Conn. to end fight to withhold Newtown 911 calls 02 Dec 2013 A Connecticut state prosecutor said Monday he is dropping his bid to continue withholding recordings of 911 calls from the mass shooting last year at a Newtown elementary school. The tapes are expected to be released to the public Wednesday.

Edward Snowden revelations prompt UN investigation into surveillance

Edward Snowden revelations prompt UN investigation into surveillance --UN's senior counter-terrorism official says revelations 'are at the very apex of public interest concerns' 02 Dec 2013 The UN's senior counter-terrorism official is to launch an investigation into the surveillance powers of American and British intel

Phillips to pay $300K settlement for bird deaths

Phillips to pay $300K settlement for bird deaths 27 Nov 2013 (TX) Phillips 66 Co. and federal authorities have reached a nearly $300,000 settlement over migratory bird kills at the company’s facilities near Borger. In August 2012, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service learned about 260 waterfowl, mostly teal, had been killed at the Johnson Tank Farm Pond, a 3 million-barrel brine water pond spanning 22 acres in Hutchinson County.

Phillips 66 kills hundreds of birds in Texas, gets fined by feds

Phillips 66 kills hundreds of birds in Texas, gets fined by feds 28 Nov 2013 Less than a week after announcing $1 million in penalties for Duke Energy for failing to protect birds from its wind turbines in Wyoming, the feds have announced a similar settlement involving bird deaths caused by a much dirtier energy source.

Hong Kong's first case of H7N9 bird flu virus confirmed

Hong Kong's first case of H7N9 bird flu virus confirmed --Secretary of the Food and Health Bureau Dr Ko Wing-man activated the city's three-level response system set up to deal with a potential flu pandemic. 03 Dec 2013 The deadly H7N9 bird flu virus has arrived in Hong Kong, it was confirmed last night.

Court orders Christie administration to reveal New Jersey pension probe secrets

Court orders Christie administration to reveal New Jersey pension probe secrets 02 Dec 2013 A New Jersey court may force Gov. Chris Christie's administration to reveal information about a hush-hush state pension probe involving Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and a quarter-million dollar double-dipping scheme. Superior Court Judge Mary C.

Terrorism threat against US increasing: Intel chairs

Terrorism threat against US increasing: Intel chairs 02 Dec 2013 The leaders of congressional intelligence panels say terrorism threat against the United States is increasing and that the intelligence community has less ability to counter "a growing number of threats." "The threat level has never been more diverse than it is today," Rep.

Texas drivers get asked for saliva, blood by federal contractors at police roadblock

Texas drivers get asked for saliva, blood by federal contractors at police roadblock 19 Nov 2013 Some drivers along a busy Fort Worth street on Friday were stopped at police roadblock and directed into a parking lot, where they were asked by federal contractors for samples of their breath, saliva and even blood. It was part of a government research study aimed at determining the number of drunken or drug-impaired drivers.

Bangladesh factory burned down by angry workers

Bangladesh factory burned down by angry workers 29 Nov 2013 A devastating fire ripped through a Bangladesh garment factory supplying major Western retailers, police and industry officials said on Friday, in a blaze set by workers angered over rumours of a colleague's death in police firing.

Police Officer Guarding Polio Team Shot Dead

Police Officer Guarding Polio Team Shot Dead 01 Dec 2013 Police in northwest Pakistan say gunmen have attacked police officers who were guarding a team of polio vaccination workers, killing one of the officers and wounding another. Officials say the police were attacked Saturday in Peshawar, the capital of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

4 dead, 63 injured after NYC-bound Metro-North passenger train derails in Bronx

4 dead, 63 injured after NYC-bound Metro-North passenger train derails in Bronx 01 Dec 2013 Four people died Sunday morning when several Metro North cars derailed in the Bronx, creating a terrifying tangle of steel that sent passengers flying. Two of the passengers were killed when they were ejected from the Metro-North train around 7:20 a.m. near the Spuyten Duyvil Station, sources told The News.

Libya's army tells militias, protesters to free up oil ports

Libya's army tells militias, protesters to free up oil ports 01 Dec 2013 Libya's army told former militia fighters and protesters to end their occupations of oilfields and ports and allow crude exports to restart, saying the OPEC country risked sliding into lawlessness.

Dutch intelligence agency hacks internet forums

Dutch intelligence agency hacks internet forums 01 Dec 2013 The Dutch intelligence service, AIVD, had hacked internet web forums to collect the data of all users. The majority of these people are unknown to the intelligence services and are not specified as targets when the hacking and data collection process starts. A secret document of former NSA contractor Edward Snowden shows that the AIVD use a technology called Computer Network Exploitation, CNE, to hack the web forums and collect the data.

Pakistan opposition urges blockade of NATO supplies

Pakistan opposition urges blockade of NATO supplies 01 Dec 2013 Pakistan's main opposition group has called on the government to officially block the supply routes for foreign forces in Afghanistan, citing US assassination drone attacks.

U.S. airlines give China flight plans for new defense zone

U.S. airlines give China flight plans for new defense zone 30 Nov 2013 U.S. airlines United, American and Delta, have notified Chinese authorities of flight plans when traveling through an air defense zone Beijing has declared over the East China Sea, following U.S. government advice. The United States said on Friday it expected U.S.

US airlines give China flight plans for new defence zone

US airlines give China flight plans for new defence zone 01 Dec 2013 US airlines United, American and Delta, have notified Chinese authorities of flight plans when traveling through an air defence zone Beijing has declared over the East China Sea, following US government advice. The United States said on Friday it expected US carriers to operate in line with so-called notices to airmen issued by foreign countries.

Britain targets Guardian newspaper over intelligence leaks related to Edward Snowden

Britain targets Guardian newspaper over intelligence leaks related to Edward Snowden 30 Nov 2013 Living in self-imposed exile in Russia, former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden may be safely out of reach from western powers.

NSAssociate Google Relegated Saturday's CLG Newsletter to Spam Bin

Looking for today's CLG Newsletter? NSAssociate Google Relegated Saturday's CLG Newsletter to Spam Bin --NSA topic was in subject line Posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 30 Nov 2013 CLG subscribers: If you use Gmail as your email provider, please go to your spam bin to retrieve today's CLG Newsletter.

Tens of thousands protest, over 100 arrested in Black Friday challenge to Wal-Mart

Tens of thousands protest, over 100 arrested in Black Friday challenge to Wal-Mart 30 Nov 2013 Organizers say 111 people were arrested in eight Black Friday civil disobedience actions against Wal-Mart, with more arrests expected at a ninth and final such demonstration now underway in San Leandro, California.

False report of gunman at Danbury Fair Mall sends shoppers scurrying

False report of gunman at Danbury Fair Mall sends shoppers scurrying --City officers and Connecticut state troopers descended on the mall but found no gun and no fired rounds, police said. 29 Nov 2013 Black Friday shoppers at the Danbury Fair Mall were sent into a panic Friday evening after a disturbance broke out and someone yelled "gun!" police said.

Top U.S. commander in Afghanistan apologizes for drone strike that killed child, injured women

Top U.S. commander in Afghanistan apologizes for drone strike that killed child, injured women 29 Nov 2013 The top U.S. commander in Afghanistan apologized to President Hamid Karzai for a drone strike that killed a child and NATO promised an investigation Friday as rising tensions threatened efforts to persuade the Afghan leader to sign a long-delayed security agreement. Marine Gen.

Afghans stage massive rally against US deal

Afghans stage massive rally against US deal 29 Nov 2013 Thousands of demonstrators have held a fresh massive rally in the Afghan capital, Kabul, to protest against the security deal on the future of the US military presence in the country. A large number of protesters poured into the streets of Kabul, chanting anti-American slogans and torching American flags and effigies of US President Barack Obama.

China scrambles fighter jets towards US and Japan aircraft in disputed air zone

China scrambles fighter jets towards US and Japan aircraft in disputed air zone 29 Nov 2013 China scrambled fighter jets to investigate US and Japanese aircraft flying through its new air defence zone over the East China Sea on Friday as the regional clamour over the disputed airspace escalated.

French Intelligence Involved in NSA Spying in France, Monde Says

French Intelligence Involved in NSA Spying in France, Monde Says 29 Nov 2013 French intelligence services worked "very closely" with the U.S. National Security Agency in spying on the country's citizens, Le Monde reported, citing documents it said it obtained from Edward Snowden.

Fresh wave of violence kills over 50 people in Iraq

Fresh wave of violence kills over 50 people in Iraq 29 Nov 2013 Fifty-one people have been killed in a wave of violent attacks in Iraq amid a surge of violence that has claimed over 6,000 lives [due to the invasion/occupation by USociopaths] in the country so far this year. Seven people were found dead on Friday in Salaheddin province, north of the capital Baghdad.

Police helicopter crashes into Clutha Vaults pub in Glasgow

Police helicopter crashes into Clutha Vaults pub in Glasgow 29 Nov 2013 A police helicopter has crashed into a pub on the banks of the River Clyde in Glasgow, it has been reported. The crash happened at the Clutha Vaults in Stockwell Street. Jim Murphy, shadow development secretary, said there had been multiple injuries and reported a "pile of people" clambering out of a pub.

Florida releases woman jailed for 20 years for firing 'warning shot'

Florida releases woman jailed for 20 years for firing 'warning shot' 28 Nov 2013 A Florida woman sentenced to 20 years in prison after firing a "warning shot" during an argument with her abusive husband has been released on bond while she awaits retrial under a controversial part of the state's self-defense law.

Home-made launchers likely fired at Yokota Air Base, officials say

Home-made launchers likely fired at Yokota Air Base, officials say 28 Nov 2013 A home-made cannon likely fired "projectiles" at Yokota Air Base on Thursday night, according to U.S. and Japanese officials. Residents near the base, which serves as headquarters for U.S. Forces Japan, reported explosions at about 11.30 p.m., according to a Tokyo Metropolitan Police spokesman.

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