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Nelson Mandela still critical in hospital, says Zuma

Nelson Mandela still critical in hospital, says Zuma 24 Jun 2013 Former South African President Nelson Mandela remains in a critical condition in hospital, President Jacob Zuma says. Mr Zuma said the doctors were doing everything they could to make the former leader comfortable, but he could not give any more medical details. South Africa's first black president, 94, was taken to hospital in Pretoria earlier this month for the third time this year, with a lung infection.

Collection raises $350 for information about turtle attack

Collection raises $350 for information about turtle attack --Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources continues to investigate 22 Jun 2013 The reward for information leading to the arrest of the person who beat a snapping turtle to death has increased again. The additional $350 comes from a collection taken at Delavan taverns and establishments frequented by golfers. The turtle, a female searching for a safe spot to lay her eggs, appeared to have been beaten with a golf club between 7:30 and 9:30 a.m. Monday, June 10, at the Delbrook Golf Course in Delavan. The animal later died at the Pine View Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center in Fredonia. Its eggs were not found. That amount raises the reward to $8,550.

Liberty Issues Claim Against British Intelligence Services Over PRISM and Tempora Scandal

Liberty Issues Claim Against British Intelligence Services Over PRISM and Tempora Scandal 25 Jun 2013 Today Liberty announced it has issued a claim against the British Intelligence Services over their suspected involvement in the PRISM and Project Tempora privacy scandal. Earlier this month it emerged that the US Government has been routinely intercepting the electronic communications of non-Americans outside of the US via the PRISM programme, covertly run by the National Security Agency (NSA). It now emerges that GCHQ, the UK’s eavesdropping agency, may have subjected people in the UK to blanket internet surveillance in any event. Liberty believes that its electronic communications – and those of its staff – may have been unlawfully accessed by the likes of the Security Services and GCHQ.

Apartheid at NYU? Prof. Michael Rectenwald Is Afraid So

Apartheid at NYU? Prof. Michael Rectenwald Is Afraid So (Part II) 23 Jun 2013 Joan Brunwasser (OpEdNews) interviewed Dr. Michael Rectenwald, who is on the faculty of New York University in the Global Studies Program as well as being the founder and chair of CLG (Citizens for Legitimate Government)... JB: We've been talking about your June 18th article, 'Apartheid at NYU' [published by CLG]... MR: I see a lot of colleagues struggling daily to make ends meet. I even know of a colleague who had to live in his office because he couldn't find an affordable apartment. I have colleagues who endure significant financial duress and insecurity and have been unable to make it through the third week of the month, let alone the end of it. And then these reports come out about lavish lifestyles and vacation homes and everything starts to click. (Part I of the interview is here.)

Obama Outlines Ambitious Plan to Cut Greenhouse Gases

Obama Outlines Ambitious Plan to Cut Greenhouse Gases 26 Jun 2013 President Obama, declaring that "Americans across the country are already paying the price of inaction" on climate change, on Tuesday announced sweeping measures to reduce greenhouse gas pollution and prepare the nation for a future of damaging weather aggravated by rising temperatures. Embracing an issue that could define his legacy but also ignite new battles with Republicans, Mr. Obama said he would use his executive powers to require reductions in the amount of carbon dioxide emitted by the nation’s power plants. That was the centerpiece of a three-part plan that includes new federal spending to advance renewable energy technology [Yeah, right!], as well as spending to protect cities and states from the ravages of storms and droughts that are exacerbated by a changing climate global warming.

Trial focuses on Zimmerman's neighborhood watch role

Trial focuses on Zimmerman's neighborhood watch role 25 Jun 2013 After a fiery and at times odd first day, the trial of George Zimmerman will focus Tuesday on whether the neighborhood watch volunteer targeted others for alleged suspicious activities. Zimmerman, 29, is charged with second-degree murder in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin, 17, in a February 2012 confrontation. Prosecutors say Zimmerman profiled Trayvon, a black teenager; defense attorneys say Trayvon attacked Zimmerman in a gated community. Prosecutors hope to allow jurors to listen to a phone call by Zimmerman to police where he describes seeing another suspicious black male in his neighborhood.

Prosecutors push to admit non-emergency calls on second day of Zimmerman murder trial

Prosecutors push to admit non-emergency calls on second day of Zimmerman murder trial 25 Jun 2013 Prosecutors pushed Tuesday to introduce nearly 50 calls George Zimmerman made to police over an eight-year period prior to his fatal confrontation with Florida teen Trayvon Martin, as the neighborhood watch volunteer's murder trial entered a second day of testimony. Zimmerman, 29, called police frequently to report such things as slow vehicles, loitering strangers in the neighborhood and open garages. Prosecutors want to introduce recordings of some of those calls, saying they are indicative of Zimmerman's overzealousness in pursuing people he considered to be suspicious - and of his state of mind on the night he shot unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.

6 police killed in attack in Afghanistan

6 police killed in attack in Afghanistan 25 Jun 2013 At least six Afghan policemen have lost their lives in a roadside bomb attack in southern province of Uruzgan, Press TV reports. The incident took place overnight in Deh Rawud District of the province. The police men were coming back from a mission when their vehicle ran over the bomb, said district governor Aminullah Khaleqi on Tuesday. The Taliban have claimed responsibility for the bombing.

Four Polish soldiers killed, two injured in Afghanistan's Ghazni Province

Four Polish soldiers killed, two injured in Afghanistan's Ghazni Province 25 Jun 2013 Four US-led Polish soldiers have been killed and two others wounded in an attack in Afghanistan's central-eastern province of Ghazni, security sources say. Local Afghan officials say the four were killed after a roadside bomb blast targeted their vehicle in the country's volatile east on Tuesday. Two more soldiers were also wounded seriously in the fatal explosion. Taliban militants have claimed responsibility for the deadly attack.

Bomb blast rocks police compound in eastern Afghanistan

Bomb blast rocks police compound in eastern Afghanistan 25 Jun 2013 A powerful explosion has rocked a police compound in Afghanistan's central-eastern province of Logar, injuring several security personnel and damaging parts of the building, security sources say.

Putin: Snowden still in Moscow airport, won't be extradited, free to go anywhere

Putin: Snowden still in Moscow airport, won't be extradited, free to go anywhere 26 Jun 2013 Former NSA contractor Snowden remains in the transit zone of a Moscow airport. President Putin said that Snowden never crossed the Russian border and doesn't fall under any extradition treaty. He called accusations against Russia "nonsense and rubbish." "It is true that Snowden has arrived to Moscow, and it really came as a surprise for us. He arrived as a transit passenger, and didn't need a [Russian] visa, or any other documents. As a transit passenger he is entitled to buy a ticket and fly to wherever he wants," Vladimir Putin said as he spoke to journalists in Finland. Edward Snowden is still at the transit area of Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport, Putin stressed.

Russia: Snowden didn't cross border, US accusations groundless

Russia: Snowden didn't cross border, US accusations groundless [They usually are.] 25 Jun 2013 Washington's allegations over US fugitive Edward Snowden are 'unacceptable' as he never crossed the Russian border, Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said. As a consequence, any attempt to accuse or threaten Moscow by the US is unfounded. "Russia has nothing to do with Snowden's movements, he chose his route himself and didn't cross the Russian border," said Lavrov, responding to a question by RT's correspondent at a press conference with the Algerian foreign minister... Snowden is reportedly not able to cross the Russian border because he is not in possession of a valid visa. Moreover, the whistleblower's passport is thought to have been revoked a day after he fly out of Hong Kong to Moscow on Sunday.

2 LA police officers shot and wounded in ambush

2 LA police officers shot and wounded in ambush 25 Jun 2013 Los Angeles police say two officers have been shot and wounded in an ambush attack outside the Wilshire Division station. Officer Tenesha Dobine says they were shot at around 4 a.m. Tuesday. Cmdr. Andrew Smith said the officers were returning to the station when somebody standing nearby opened fire, hitting both.

Pirate Party Norway Clarifies Snowden Claims

Pirate Party Norway Clarifies Snowden Claims 25 Jun 2013 After the Norwegian media reported about Snowden's probable landing in Norway on his route to Iceland, the Norwegian Pirate Party clarified the claims. Co-Chairman of the Norwegian Pirate Party, Øystein Middelthun, told The Nordic Page that they never claimed Edward Snowden landed in Norway, but were informed that he had booked tickets from Moscow to Iceland via Norway. "We did not know whether he would use these tickets or not, but were present at the airport should he choose to do so. As events played out nothing indicates that he did come through Norway, and we are as much in the dark about his whereabouts as the rest of the world," he added.

IRS workers were told to flag 'progressive' groups, memos show

IRS workers were told to flag 'progressive' groups, memos show 24 Jun 2013 Internal Revenue Service employees used other politically-loaded terms besides "tea party" when they culled applications for tax-exempt status and then subjected them to extra scrutiny -- including the words "progressive" and "blue," according to agency memos. The lists with key words to watch for, released Monday by congressional Democrats, are the first documents showing that IRS employees were instructed to flag other types of nonprofit groups engaged in politics, not just conservative ones. "Common thread is the word 'progressive,'" said "Be on the Lookout" memos sent to workers in the tax-exempt division of the IRS. "Activities appear to lean toward a new political party. Activities are partisan and appear as anti-Republican." One memo, heavily redacted by the IRS, also tells employees to watch for groups engaged in advocacy on disputed territories in the Middle East, saying the applications "may be inflammatory" and "signify propaganda."

Supreme Court halts use of key provision in landmark Voting Rights Act

Supreme Court halts use of key provision in landmark Voting Rights Act 25 Jun 2013 A divided Supreme Court on Tuesday invalidated a crucial component of the landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965, ruling that Congress has not taken into account the nation's racial progress when singling out certain states for federal oversight. The vote was 5 to 4, with Chief Justice [sic] John G. Roberts Jr. and the other conservative members of the court in the majority. The court...said Congress must come up with a new formula based on current data to determine which states should be subject to the requirements. Proponents of the law, which protects minority voting rights, called the ruling a death knell. It will be almost impossible for a Congress bitterly divided along partisan lines to come up with such an agreement, they said.

Supreme Court guts key part of landmark Voting Rights Act

Supreme Court guts key part of landmark Voting Rights Act 25 Jun 2013 The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday gutted a core part of the landmark 1965 Voting Rights Act and challenged Congress to come up with a replacement plan to protect blacks and other minorities in places where discrimination still persists rather than target former slaveholding states in the South. In a 5-4 ruling with the court's conservatives in the majority, the justices [sic] ruled that Congress had used outdated facts in continuing to force nine states, mainly in the South, to get federal approval for voting rule changes affecting blacks and other minorities. The court ruled in favor of officials from Shelby County, Alabama, by declaring unconstitutional a section of the law - most recently updated by Congress in 2006 - that set the formula that decides which states and locales with a history of racial discrimination need federal approval to change voting laws.

Deadly piglet virus spreads to nearly 200 U.S. farm sites

Deadly piglet virus spreads to nearly 200 U.S. farm sites 24 Jun 2013 A swine virus deadly to young pigs, and never before seen in North America, has spiked to 199 sites in 13 states - nearly double the number of farms and other locations from earlier this month. Iowa, the largest U.S. hog producer, has the most sites testing positive for Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus: 102 sites, as of June 10. The total number of pig deaths from the outbreak since the first cases were confirmed May 17 is not known.

Afghanistan presidential palace attacked in Kabul

Afghanistan presidential palace attacked in Kabul 25 Jun 2013 Militants have attacked the presidential palace and government buildings in the Afghan capital, Kabul. More than half a dozen explosions were heard as they clashed with security personnel at the palace's eastern gate, the defence ministry and a CIA station. The police said all of the attackers were killed. The Taliban said they carried out the assault.

Senate $38 Billion 'Border Plan' Boosts Immigration Law Prospects

Senate $38 Billion 'Border Plan' Boosts Immigration Law Prospects 24 Jun 2013 The Senate advanced the costliest plan ever to bolster security corpora-terrorists' coffers at the U.S.-Mexico border, drawing enough Republican support to indicate that a broad revision of immigration law will pass by week's end. The 67-27 vote allows the measure to move forward. It would double the size of the U.S. Border Patrol and require another 350 miles of fencing at the boundary with Mexico -- at a[n INSANE] price tag its authors say will reach $38 billion. "Some people have described this as a border surge," said Senator Bob Corker, a Tennessee Republican who proposed the measure...

Leahy: Border security measure reads 'like a Christmas wish list for Halliburton'

Leahy: Border security measure reads 'like a Christmas wish list for Halliburton' 22 Jun 2013 Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) has panned a proposal to fast-track billions of dollars in spending on 'border security' as a boondoggle for government contractors. Leahy said a proposal drafted by Sens. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) and John Hoeven (R-N.D.) "reads like a Christmas wish list for Halliburton." The amendment requires implementation and activation of $4.5 billion in technology and equipment to achieve full surveillance of the U.S.-Mexico border. Leahy criticized the GOP-sponsored language for waiving standard federal contracting rules.

Justices Step Up Scrutiny of Race in College Entry

Justices Step Up Scrutiny of Race in College Entry 25 Jun 2013 Courts must take a skeptical look at affirmative-action programs at public colleges and universities, the Supreme Court ruled Monday, in a decision that is likely to set off a wave of challenges to race-conscious admissions policies nationwide. The 7-to-1 decision avoided giving a direct answer about the constitutionality of the program, used by the University of Texas at Austin, that was before the court. The program will continue for now, but the justices ordered an appeals court to reconsider the case under a demanding standard that appears to jeopardize the program.

Snowden sought Booz Allen job to gather evidence on NSA surveillance

Snowden sought Booz Allen job to gather evidence on NSA surveillance --Fugitive whistle-blower reveals for first time he took job at US government contractor with the sole aim of collecting proof of spying activities 25 Jun 2013 Edward Snowden secured a job with a US government contractor for one reason alone - to obtain evidence of Washington's cyberspying networks, the South China Morning Post can reveal. For the first time, Snowden has admitted he sought a position at Booz Allen Hamilton so he could collect proof about the US National Security Agency's secret surveillance programmes ahead of planned leaks to the media. "My position with Booz Allen Hamilton granted me access to lists of machines all over the world the NSA hacked," he told the Post on June 12. "That is why I accepted that position about three months ago."

NORAD plans Wednesday training flights east of Denver

NORAD plans Wednesday training flights east of Denver --NORAD has been monitoring domestic air traffic since the 9/11 attacks [and, on that day, too, until Dick Cheney gave the order for NORAD to stand down and to allow the attacks to proceed]. 24 Jun 2013 If you live east of Denver, you may get a free air show Wednesday as aircraft from the North American Aerospace Defense Command fly overhead during a training exercise. The training flights are planned to test NORAD's ability to deal with aerial threats. NORAD is headquartered at Peterson Air Force Base. The flights will involve F-15 interceptors and C-21 transport planes, NORAD said in a news release.

Six arrested in French anti-terrorist raid: source

Six arrested in French anti-terrorist raid: source 25 Jun 2013 Six people were arrested in the Paris region on Monday in coordinated raids on members of a suspected radical Islamist cell allegedly planning "terrorist acts" on French soil, a source close to the investigation told AFP. The suspects, aged between 22 and 38, were "all known to police for serious delinquency" and are being detained by the police anti-terrorist unit in the Paris suburb of Levallois. The members of the suspected Islamist cell include one man from Benin, another from the Comoros and four French nationals, a source close to the case said.

Snowden Passed Through Norway to Iceland - Pirate Party Norway

Snowden Passed Through Norway to Iceland - Pirate Party Norway --Organization Pirate Party Norway claims that accused spy Edward Snowden landed at Oslo Gardermon Airport last night. 24 Jun 2013 The party leader Øystein Jakobsen would meet with Snowden when he landed on Sunday evening, according to the party's twitter account. "We have received information from our international umbrella party, the Pirate Parties International (PPI), that he will stop in Norway. The reason is that this is probably the quickest and easiest way to fly to Iceland," says Tale Østrådal from the Pirate Party to TV2 Norway. Øsrådal also said that Pirate Party in Iceland confirmed Snowden's stay in the country.

Fed official likens current market behavior to 'feral hogs'

Fed official likens current market behavior to 'feral hogs' 24 Jun 2013 Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher said Monday in an interview that "feral hogs" are testing the central bank, as bond yields have spiked higher. "Markets tend to test things," Fisher told the Financial Times. "We haven't forgotten what happened to the Bank of England [on Black Wednesday]. I don't think anyone can break the Fed... But I do believe that big money does organize itself somewhat like feral hogs. If they detect a weakness or a bad scent, they'll go after it."

Report: Man who executed Saddam Hussein killed in Iraq

Report: Man who executed Saddam Hussein killed in Iraq 22 Jun 2013 One of the executioners involved in the hanging of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has been killed, the outlawed Baath Party said in a statement on Friday. While not providing a date for when the executioner was killed, the statement identified him as Mohammed Nassif al-Maliki, who allegedly appeared in the video of Saddam's execution. The statement said Maliki was the masked man standing on the left side of the former Iraqi strongman and slipping the noose around his neck.

Feds: Nuclear waste may be leaking into soil from Hanford site

Feds: Nuclear waste may be leaking into soil from Hanford site 22 Jun 2013 An underground tank holding some of the worst radioactive waste at the nation's most contaminated nuclear site might be leaking into the soil. The U.S. Energy Department said workers at Washington state's Hanford Nuclear Reservation detected higher radioactivity levels under tank AY-102 during a routine inspection Thursday. Spokeswoman Lori Gamache said the department has notified Washington officials and is investigating the leak further. An engineering analysis team will conduct additional sampling and video inspection to determine the source of the contamination, she said.

400 US troops about to be deployed to Egypt

400 US troops about to be deployed to Egypt 22 Jun 2013 The spokesman of the Egyptian armed forces clarified Saturday circulating news of 400 US troops about to be deployed to Egypt. "The 400 US soldiers coming to Egypt as mentioned in the media are part of the periodical renewal routine for the US faction of the 13-state multinational force deployed in Sinai since the peace treaty. They are not armed with military operations gear," spokesman of the Egyptian military Ahmed Ali said Saturday. A number of US news websites had reported in the past two days that a group of US soldiers will be deployed to Egypt in the near future for a nine-month peacekeeping mission aimed at "curbing riots...if protests and riots reach the point of threatening Israel's security."

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