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Assad: Terrorists may attack chemical weapons inspectors, blame Damascus

Assad: Terrorists may attack chemical weapons inspectors, blame Damascus 23 Sep 2013 Syrian armed opposition may be ordered by its foreign sponsors to stage a false flag operation against foreign inspectors when they arrive in the country to monitor destruction of the country's chemical weapons stockpile, says the Syrian president. Bashar Assad voiced his concerns in an interview by China's state television CCTV in Damascus. The Syrian leader proposed this possible scenario as he was explaining how his government may be accused of trying to dodge its obligations to destroy its chemical arsenal. "We know that these terrorists are obeying the orders of other countries and these countries do drive these terrorists to commit acts that could get the Syrian government blamed for hindering this agreement," he explained.

Boston Police Commissioner Davis, face of Marathon bombing investigation, steps down

Boston Police Commissioner Davis, face of Marathon bombing investigation, steps down 23 Sep 2013 Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis, who led his department's response to the Boston Marathon bombing, says he's stepping down after seven years on the job. Davis was thrust into the national spotlight on April 15 when twin explosions near the marathon finish line killed three people and wounded more than 260. Along with Menino and Gov. Deval Patrick, Davis ordered a daylong, city-wide lockdown after the two bombing suspects were involved in a shootout with police.

Snake on plane grounds Qantas flight

Snake on plane grounds Qantas flight 23 Sep 2013 A tiny snake as slender as a pen forced the grounding of a Japan-bound Qantas flight in the Australian city of Sydney overnight, stranding hundreds of passengers. The non-venomous reptile, about eight inches (20 centimetres) long, was found near the doorway of a Boeing 747-400 bound for Tokyo on Sunday night, a Qantas spokeswoman told AFP. "The snake was taken to quarantine to determine where it came from," she said.

Nairobi attack may trigger tighter security at malls worldwide

Holy coincidence, Batman! *Once again,* al-CIAduh explodes the security state cash cow: Nairobi attack may trigger tighter security at malls worldwide 22 Sep 2013 The deadly attack on a high-end Nairobi shopping mall on Saturday put the safety of malls around the world into the spotlight and could trigger moves to improve security and make it more visible. "They're obviously going to ramp up security," said Malachy Kavanagh, a spokesman for the International Council of Shopping Centers, a U.S.-based trade group of mall and shopping center owners, adding that he expected the U.S. government's Department of Homeland Security to reach out to the heads of corporate security for all American malls following the events in Kenya. Some of the changes that may be made include bringing in off-duty police officers into the mall, putting more non-uniformed security officers into uniform, and more closely coordinating with local police departments.

US-led soldiers kill Afghan schoolchild, injure several others

US-led soldiers kill Afghan schoolchild, injure several others 19 Sep 2013 US-led soldiers have opened fire on a group of Afghan schoolchildren in the central-eastern province of Maidan Wardak, killing at least one pupil and injuring several others, security sources say. Local provincial officials said the teenager student was killed in Syedabad district of the volatile province on Thursday. Meanwhile, another Afghan student was reportedly killed in a bomb attack in the same province.

2 US-led soldiers killed in eastern Afghanistan

2 US-led soldiers killed in eastern Afghanistan 23 Sep 2013 Two foreign soldiers serving with the US-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) have been killed in a bomb attack in eastern Afghanistan.

Three US-led troopers killed in green-on-blue attack

Three US-led troopers killed in green-on-blue attack 21 Sep 2013 An Afghan policeman has killed three foreign soldiers serving with the US-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in the eastern part of the country. "Three ISAF service members died when an individual wearing an Afghan National Security Forces uniform shot them in eastern Afghanistan today," the Western military contingent announced on its Twitter account on Saturday.

US military to hit targets in Kenya, other African states - Report

US military to hit targets in Kenya, other African states - Report 23 Sep 2013 The United States is reportedly preparing a list of targets for possible military strikes in Kenya and some other African countries. Former US general Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Peter Chiarelli said the strikes are aimed at targeting militants involved in Sunday's deadly attack on a shopping mall in the Kenyan capital city of Nairobi. Somalia's Al-Shabab fighters have reportedly claimed responsibility for the attack, saying it is in retaliation for Kenya's military actions inside Somalia. "They're developing targets...and refining target lists, trying to fill in any gaps that we possibly have," the former four-star general said during an interview with ABC's This Week on Sunday.

US wars in Afghanistan, Iraq to cost $6 trillion

US wars in Afghanistan, Iraq to cost $6 trillion 19 Sep 2013 The decade-long American wars in Afghanistan and Iraq would end up costing as much as $6 trillion, the equivalent of $75,000 for every American household, calculates Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government. When President [sic] George Bush's National Economic Council Director, Lawrence Lindsey, had told the The Wall Street Journal that the war would cost between $100 billion and $200 billion, he found himself under intense fire from his colleagues in the administration which claimed that this was a gross overestimation. Consequently, Lindsey was forced to resign. The Bush administration had claimed at the outset that the Iraq war would be financed via Iraqi oil revenues, but Washington D.C. instead borrowed $2 trillion to finance the two wars, the bulk of it from foreign lenders. [See that? When it comes to financing US wars for oil and opium, the 'debt ceiling' matters about as much as a June bug in July. --LRP]

Israeli forces enter Nairobi mall: Kenyan security officials

Israeli forces enter Nairobi mall: Kenyan security officials 22 Sep 2013 A Kenyan security official says Israeli forces have entered a shopping mall in the capital, Nairobi, where Somali militants have already killed dozens of people and an unknown number of hostages are still being held. Local security officials say the Israeli forces have joined Kenyans to end the deadly mall siege on Sunday. The Kenyan troops backed by Israeli forces are now battling against gunmen holding dozens of people hostage inside the shopping mall for the second day.

US assassination drone strikes kill 11 Afghans in 24 hours

US assassination drone strikes kill 11 Afghans in 24 hours 21 Sep 2013 Two separate US assassination drone strikes have killed nearly a dozen people in different parts of Afghanistan in less than 24 hours, Press TV reports. According to local officials, a US drone strike killed at least four people in Afghanistan's northeastern province of Kunar on Friday evening. The US military confirmed the strike, claiming that all those killed were militants. [They don't 'hate us for our freedoms.' They 'hate us' because we're sociopaths.]

Bomb blast outside church in Peshawar kills 70 Pakistanis

Bomb blast outside church in Peshawar kills 70 Pakistanis 22 Sep 2013 Seventy people have been killed in a bombing outside a church in Pakistan's northwestern city of Peshawar. Officials say the attack was carried out in the city's Kohati Gate District on Sunday. Two bombs exploded as worshippers were coming out of Sunday services at the historic Pakistan Church. Local officials said that some 100 people including women and children were also injured in the attack.

7 die in US killer drone strike in Pakistan's North Waziristan

7 die in US killer drone strike in Pakistan's North Waziristan 22 Sep 2013 Seven people have died and two others have been wounded in a US assassination drone strike in Pakistan's North Waziristan Province. The attack was carried out on Sunday, when a US drone fired four missiles at two houses in Shawal area, about 55 kilometers (35 miles) west of Miranshah Town. Reports say the latest drone strike is the 19th of its kind in Pakistan in 2013.

Companies seek to move in on Afghanistan's vast mineral wealth

Ah, then came the dawn. Companies seek to move in on Afghanistan's vast mineral wealth 22 Sep 2013 Few companies showed up to Afghanistan's fresh appeal for investment in its vast mineral wealth on Sunday, apparently deterred by trouble plaguing two of its largest projects and allowing small firms to emerge as the main contenders. Hopes are pinned on Afghanistan's trillion dollar wealth in resources weaning the country off international aid bribes, but early attempts to unlock its potential have hit serious setbacks. These appeared to have deterred major international firms from attending - leaving the path open to small investors with unconventional backgrounds criminals, prepared to take on deteriorating security and uncertainty ahead of next year's 'election.'

Peter King says al-Shabaab terror group recruited Somali Americans

Peter King says al-Shabaab terror group recruited Somali Americans 22 Sep 2013 Representative Peter King, a member of the House homeland security committee, said on Sunday that the al-Qaida [al-CIAduh] affiliated group behind the deadly attack on an upscale shopping mall in Kenya recruited up to 50 people from Somali communities in the US. King said between 15 and 20 of the Somali Americans recruited by al-Shabaab remain active. The New York Republican said concern existed that some may return and "use their abilities on the US"; he also said he assumed the FBI and local law enforcement authorities were looking at spying on Somali-American communities to make sure no follow-up attacks were planned for the US.

Florida college to offer masters degree in drone warfare

Florida college to offer masters degree in drone warfare 22 Sep 2013 Secured inside a room you need a U.S. passport to enter is a modern arcade of war machines... The games here have great implications. Across the world, a $20 million Gray Eagle drone armed with four Hellfire missiles, ready to make a sortie into hostile territory is taking commands from a workstation like this one. A graduate from this room on the campus of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach could be in that other room in as little as six months with a master's degree in drone warfare, his hand on the joystick, making $150,000 a year.

Rand Paul wins 2016 presidential straw poll, trounces Chris Christie

Rand Paul wins 2016 presidential straw poll, trounces Chris Christie 22 Sep 2013 Sen. Rand Paul decisively won a straw poll held over the weekend in Michigan at a bi-annual gathering of Republicans, earning more than double the votes of rival New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Paul, the libertarian-leaning Republican from Kentucky, won 188 votes, or 36 percent, in the 2016 Mackinac Presidential Straw Poll. Christie came in at second with 82 votes, or 16 percent, in the poll.

Ohio State University police acquires Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected (MRAP) vehicle

Ohio State University police acquires Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected (MRAP) vehicle 17 Sep 2013 Ohio State University campus police (OSU PD) recently acquired what appears to be a Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected (MRAP) vehicle to add to their fleet. Several attempts to contact the university have garnered little information about why a vehicle, which was specifically designed for asymmetric warfare, is needed on campus. The Ohio State University Department of Public Safety has acquired an armored military vehicle that looks like it belongs in Iraq or Afghanistan. Gary Lewis, a senior director of media relations at OSU, told The Daily Caller via email that the "unique, special-purpose vehicle is a replacement" for the "police fleet." He called the armored jalopy "an all-hazard, all-purpose, public safety-response vehicle" with "obviously enhanced capabilities."

US Navy Helicopter Crashes in Red Sea

US Navy Helicopter Crashes in Red Sea 22 Sep 2013 A US military helicopter has crashed in the central Red Sea, the Navy confirmed. The MH-60S went down around midday local time while operating with the guided-missile destroyer USS William P Lawrence. A search and rescue effort is still ongoing, Commander Jason Salata tells Sky News.

Terrorism Charges After Two Stopped at Dover

Terrorism Charges After Two Stopped at Dover 21 Sep 2013 Two men have been charged with terrorism and firearms offences after being stopped in Dover, Scotland Yard said today. Mohommod Hassin Nawaz, 29, of Dirleton Road, Stratford, east London, and Hamza Nawaz, 22, of the same address, are accused of attending a terrorist training camp in Syria. They will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court tomorrow.

Merkel wins in Germany, 'grand coalition' likely: exit polls

Merkel wins in Germany, 'grand coalition' likely: exit polls 22 Sep 2013 Chancellor Angela Merkel clinched a third term in German elections Sunday but will be forced to form an awkward coalition with her chief rivals to govern Europe's top economy, exit polls indicated. In one of the tightest races in German history, they punished her pro-business partner, the Free Democrats, kicking them out of parliament for the first time since 1949, according to the exit polls on public television. The upstart anti-euro party AfD appeared to fall just short of the five-percent hurdle to representation amid anger over German contributions to bailout packages for stricken eurozone partners.

Pakistan church blast 'kills 25'

Pakistan church blast 'kills 25' 22 Sep 2013 A bomb blast outside a church in the Pakistani city of Peshawar kills at least 25 people and injured more than 40, medics say. A bomb disposal officer said two suicide bombers blew themselves up outside the church when people were coming out after Sunday Mass. The victims were said to include women and children.

Greenpeace activists could be charged with terrorism after ship stormed

Greenpeace activists could be charged with terrorism after ship stormed --'Gazprom has no way to clean up an oil spill if it happened, and it would cause huge damage to one of the most fragile natural environments on the planet.' 20 Sep 2013 Jumping from helicopters and slithering down ropes, more than a dozen armed Russian coastguard workers boarded a Greenpeace ship and took custody of the activists on board, to stop them from disrupting the work of a controversial oil rig. After a scuffle between the activists and the Russian security forces, the 29 activists, including six British nationals, are apparently being held on board at gunpoint, while the ship is forcibly towed to the Arctic port of Murmansk. The Russian coastguard, which is controlled by the FSB security services, boarded the Arctic Sunrise late on Thursday night near Prirazlomnaya, a drilling platform in the Pechora Sea, close to the Novaya Zemlya archipelago.

FBI reports show widespread domestic surveillance

FBI reports show widespread domestic surveillance 20 Sep 2013 FBI files for a government antiterrorism program include a report that, in October 2010, someone saw "suspicious ME (Middle Eastern) males buy several large pallets of water" in Bakersfield. The FBI's records of Suspicious Activity Reports also include descriptions of a woman taking photos of the post office in Folsom (Sacramento County), Middle Eastern men taking "suspicious photography" of the federal courthouse in Sacramento, someone taking a picture of a bridge across the American River bike trail, and another Middle Eastern man applying for a pilot's license in Sacramento. The records were disclosed Thursday by the American Civil Liberties Union and the Asian Law Caucus, which obtained 1,800 Suspicious Activity Reports received by joint federal-state law enforcement centers in Sacramento and Los Angeles between June 2010 and June 2012.

Three US troops killed in Afghan 'insider attack'

Three US troops killed in Afghan 'insider attack' 21 Sep 2013 An Afghan soldier shot dead three US troops Saturday, officials said, in the latest "insider attack" to shake 'efforts' by the two armies to work together to defeat Taliban militants. Attacks in which Afghan forces turn their guns on their international partners have killed scores of US-led troops. A US defence official confirmed to AFP that the three victims were from the United States.

Shebab Twitter account suspended after Kenya mall attack claims

Shebab Twitter account suspended after Kenya mall attack claims 21 Sep 2013 The Twitter account of Somalia's Al Qaeda-linked Shebab rebels was suspended Saturday after they used the site to claim responsibility for an attack on a Nairobi shopping mall that left 39 dead and 150 wounded. A message from Twitter on the English-language @HSM_Press account read that the account was suspended, the third time this year that the group has been expelled from the site. According to Twitter users are blocked "for any unlawful purposes or in furtherance of illegal activities".

US Justice Dept oversight division never investigated surveillance court complaints

US Justice Dept oversight division never investigated surveillance court complaints 20 Sep 2013 The US Department of Justice's internal oversight body did not investigate complaints by federal intelligence court judges that government lawyers misrepresented how the NSA gathered and analyzed data from American phone and internet communications. Two judges on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC), which oversees the spying operations of the National Security Agency (NSA), on several occasions admonished federal officials for misstating the scope of the NSA's collection of communication data. In 2009, Judge Reggie Walton threatened to hold the officials in contempt or refer them to outside investigators. Department of Justice (DOJ) lawyers asked the judge to do neither, claiming that any misinformation was solely due to confusion and that the NSA had "self-reported" the issues to its own inspector general.

Tons of cesium-tainted wood chips found near Japan's biggest lake

Tons of cesium-tainted wood chips found near Japan's biggest lake --Some chips were laid on path used for river embankment work, some were found in 77 sandbags 18 Sep 2013 Radioactive cesium has been found on an estimated 200 to 300 tons of wood chips that were left months ago near Lake Biwa in Shiga Prefecture, prefectural officials said. Samples of the chips show a reading of up to 3,000 becquerels per kilogram, the officials said Tuesday. They were found in the dry bed of the Kamo River in Takashima and other locations near the lake, officials said.

CLG Pandemic News - Twitter Feed

New! CLG Pandemic News - Twitter Feed 21 Sep 2013 Interested in breaking news regarding flu, bird flu, pandemics, MERS, SARS, etc.? Follow the new CLG News Twitter stream: CLGPandemicNews - @CLGPandemicNews Follow us! (The main CLG News Twitter feed is here.)

Polar Bear Seal Diet Has Higher Contaminant Load: Impact of Global Warming

Polar Bear Seal Diet Has Higher Contaminant Load: Impact of Global Warming 21 Sep 2013 Polar bears have to contend with a lot of threats. Now, they may have to deal with just one more. Over the past 30 years, polar bears have increasingly exchanged ring seal with harp seal and hooded seal in their diets. Scientists have now discovered that this change has exposed polar bears to far more contaminants, which may impact their health. The polar bear is a species that's being drastically impacted by changing rising temperatures. Its habitat is shrinking and food sources are moving to adapt to the shifting climate. Because of this, polar bears have also had to adapt, though their populations are continuing to decline.

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