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'Suspicious Powder' Found in Letter to Conn. Governor, Second Scare in Week

'Suspicious Powder' Found in Letter to Conn. Governor, Second Scare in Week 25 Feb 2013 A suspicious powder was found in a letter sent to Gov. Dannel Malloy (D) at the State Capitol on Monday and state police, Capitol Police and the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection responded. The call came in around 2:30 p.m., according to state police.

Supreme Court Rejects Case Challenging Corporate Political Donations

Supreme Court Rejects Case Challenging Corporate Political Donations 25 Feb 2013 The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear a case challenging state and federal laws prohibiting corporations from making direct contributions to political candidates, possibly indicating how it will rule in a similar case involving limits on individuals.

Blumenthal, Murphy, Esty to Zuckerberg: Yank Newtown Pages on Facebook

Blumenthal, Murphy, Esty to Zuckerberg: Yank Newtown Pages on Facebook 25 Feb 2013 Democratic Senators Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy joined U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty (D-5th) today in a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about the increasing number of Netwtown tribute pages. They say the Facebook sites have become a source of harassment for the surviving families.

'Coming up next: How Facebook Sandy Hook tribute pages are hurting surviving families'

'Coming up next: How Facebook Sandy Hook tribute pages are hurting surviving families' posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 25 Feb 2013 A promo aired on FOX CT news Monday afternoon, which stated the following.

Facebook agrees to remove some Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting pages

Facebook agrees to remove some Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting pages --Sen. Blumenthal: Facebook officials said they would begin removing the pages immediately. 25 Feb 2013 U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal says Facebook has agreed to remove some so-called tribute pages related to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting over concerns they're being used to exploit the tragedy.

NATO mulls funding Afghan troops through 2018

NATO mulls funding Afghan troops through 2018 22 Feb 2013 NATO has said it is strongly considering a proposal to extend funding for a security force of Afghan troops through 2018. NATO is considering plans to continue supporting about 350,000 Afghan troops in the country until 2018, its Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said Thursday. The move could increase the costs to the US and allies by more than $2 billion (roughly 1.5 billion euros) a year.

'US-trained' Afghan forces 'are just like criminals'

'US-trained' Afghan forces 'are just like criminals' --Murder, sexual abuse, drugs and extortion revealed in Panorama investigation 24 Feb 2013 Shocking revelations of murder, sexual abuse of young boys, unarmed civilians being shot at, police officers high on drugs, and routine kidnaps and extortion are exposing the true state of Afghanistan's security forces in Helmand province.

Iran calls Oscar for 'Argo,' awarded by Michelle Obama, an ad for CIA

Iran calls Oscar for 'Argo,' awarded by Michelle Obama, an ad for CIA 25 Feb 2013 Iran has dismissed the awarding of an Oscar to the film "Argo" as an "advertisement for the CIA" and a Zionist plot to misrepresent an event arising from the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Canadian terrorists killing polar bears

Canadian terrorists killing polar bears 25 Feb 2013 The Labrador polar bear hunt is underway, and Hopedale resident Kevin Flowers claimed the first animal. Flowers was approximately 15 miles outside of town on the sea ice when he shot the polar bear, which measured 10 feet 8 inches in length and 10 feet 3 inches wide. Every year the Nunatsiavut Government gets a dozen polar bear licenses, which it can distribute to its beneficiaries.

Scottish woman with serious 'flu-type illness' airlifted to Leicester hospital

Scottish woman with serious 'flu-type illness' airlifted to Leicester hospital 24 Feb 2013 A Scottish woman is in intensive care at a specialist hospital in Leicester after contracting a suspected form of swine flu. Jennifer Scott, 27, was transferred by helicopter from Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary after she was diagnosed with a serious "flu-type illness". Her condition at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester was described as critical but stable.

Autopsy shows Palestinian prisoner died of torture in Israeli jail

Autopsy shows Palestinian prisoner died of torture in Israeli jail 25 Feb 2013 Palestinian Minister of Prisoners Affairs Eissa Qaraqe' said on Sunday that autopsy revealed that Palestinian prisoner Arafat Jaradat died of torture. "Traces of severe torture appeared on Jaradat's body: neck, face and backbone," Qaraqe' told reporters in a news conference held in the West Bank city of Ramallah.

6.2-magnitude quake jolts central Japan

6.2-magnitude quake jolts central Japan 25 Feb 2013 An earthquake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale jolted central Japan on Monday, said the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA). The quake took place at 4:23 p.m. local time and the epicenter was initially determined at degree 36.9 north latitude, 139.4 degree east longitude, with a depth of 10 km. The temblor was marked upper 5 in JMA seismic intensity of 7 in the area near the epicenter in the northern Tochigi Prefecture.

Second bird flu patient dies in Guizhou

Second bird flu patient dies in Guizhou 25 Feb 2013 A 31 year old man died Friday after having contracted H5N1 bird flu earlier this month, according to authorities in Guizhou.

Afghan President Hamid Karzai to US Special Ops: Get Out

Afghan President Hamid Karzai to US Special Ops: Get Out 24 Feb 2013 Afghan President Hamid Karzai has ordered all U.S. Special Forces out of two key provinces within two weeks, accusing Afghan units under their jurisdiction of being responsible for the torture, abuse, and disappearance of Afghan civilians.

Gene Rosen getting fed his lines by handler or coach - Sandy Hook

Gene Rosen getting fed his lines by handler or coach - Sandy Hook by Scotty Walker 08 Feb 2013 (Video) Creepy Gene Rosen was prompted to say "TERRIFIED" at corner of firehouse by a woman. Was she at his house with the children? Note the two guys in red & black, they are seen when Rosen is circling around practicing his lines as seen from chopper footage. Notice the black tape over the police car at two seconds in.

Afghanistan: Hamid Karzai orders US torture troops to leave

Afghanistan: Hamid Karzai orders US torture troops to leave 24 Feb 2013 US special forces have been ordered to leave a region of Afghanistan over claims they used local soldiers to torture or kill innocent people. Elite troops have been given two weeks to get out of troubled eastern Wardak province by Afghan president Hamid Karzai.

6 underground tanks full of radioactive waste are leaking at Washington State's Hanford Nuclear Reservation

6 underground tanks full of radioactive waste are leaking at Washington State's Hanford Nuclear Reservation 23 Feb 2013  Federal and state officials say six underground tanks holding a brew of radioactive and toxic waste are leaking at the country's most contaminated nuclear site in south-central Washington, raising concerns about delays for emptying the aging tanks.

Gibbs: I was told not to acknowledge existence of drone program

Gibbs: I was told not to acknowledge existence of drone program 24 Feb 2103 Robert Gibbs, President Barack Obama's former press secretary, says that he was once instructed by the White House not to acknowledge the administration's use of drones.

Protests mark WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning's 1,000th day in jail

Protests mark WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning's 1,000th day in jail 23 Feb 2013 Supporters of Bradley Manning, the US soldier who is accused of being behind the largest leak of state secrets in America's history, held a series of rallies across the US and the world on Saturday.

Polish prosecutors to drop charges in CIA jail inquiry: report

Polish prosecutors to drop charges in CIA jail inquiry: report 19 Feb 2013 Poland will drop charges against a former intelligence chief prompted by allegations that the CIA was allowed to run a secret prison in Poland for 'al Qaeda' suspects, a major Warsaw newspaper said on Tuesday.

U.S. drone strikes up sharply in Afghanistan

U.S. drone strikes up sharply in Afghanistan 23 Feb 2013 One morning recently, a teenager named Bacha Zarina was collecting firewood on her family's farm in eastern Afghanistan. About 30 yards away, as relatives recall, two Taliban commanders stood outside a house. A missile screamed down from the sky, killing the two men instantly. Two chunks of shrapnel flew at Bacha Zarina and lodged in her left side.

Afghanistan: US Special Forces Must Leave Province

Afghanistan: US Special Forces Must Leave Province --USociopaths burning Qurans, torturing and abusing Afghans, slaughtering civilians 24 Feb 2013 Afghanistan's president on Sunday ordered all U.S. special forces to leave a strategically important eastern province within two weeks because of allegations that Afghans working with them are torturing and abusing other Afghans.

Iran's IRGC cyber-warriors take control of mock enemy's spy drone

Iran's IRGC cyber-warriors take control of mock enemy's spy drone 24 Feb 2013 Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has successfully taken control of the mock enemy's reconnaissance drone on the first day of the Payambar-e Azam 8 (The Great Prophet 8) military drills, which are being held in the southeastern province of Kerman.

'Palestinian inmate died under torture in Israeli jail'

'Palestinian inmate died under torture in Israeli jail' 24 Feb 2013 Palestinian sources say the death of a 30-year-old inmate in an Israeli jail on Saturday was the result of torture and not a heart attack.

Bomber killed near Afghan capital's diplomatic zone: police

Bomber killed near Afghan capital's diplomatic zone: police 24 Feb 2013 Afghan security forces shot dead at least one would-be suicide bomber on Sunday in a high-security area of Kabul, home to government departments and diplomatic missions, police said. The shooting happened near a construction site that was stormed by Taliban gunmen in April last year.

US government mulls $16bn plea deal for BP over Deepwater - report

US government mulls $16bn plea deal for BP over Deepwater - report 23 Feb 2013 The US government and Gulf Coast states are reportedly considering offering BP Plc a deal under which the company will pay $16bn to settle civil suits stemming from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster.

US to leave troops in Afghanistan after 2014, says German official

US to leave troops in Afghanistan after 2014, says German official 22 Feb 2013 The US defence secretary, Leon Panetta, and his Nato counterparts are considering leaving 8,000 to 12,000 troops in Afghanistan after 2014, but a dispute arose on Friday between the US and Germany over whether the force would be international or purely American. The conflicting accounts came as Nato defence ministers gathered in Brussels to discuss the endgame of the 11-year-old war.

US warns Pakistan not to sign pipeline deal with Iran

US warns Pakistan not to sign pipeline deal with Iran 22 Feb 2013 The United States warned Pakistan against entering 'deals with Iran that may be sanctionable,' a reference to Pak-Iran gas deal. State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said during a media briefing that Pakistan had better not sign agreement with Tehran. However, she said Washington wanted to help Pakistan overcome its energy crisis.

CIA whistleblower Kiriakou gets posh send-off to prison

CIA whistleblower Kiriakou gets posh send-off to prison 21 Feb 2013 John Kiriakou stood in the ninth-floor banquet hall of the Hay-Adams hotel Thursday night and took in the spectacular view of the White House and the Washington Monument. He recalled briefing two presidents during his career with the CIA. "It's ironic," he said, spreading his arms as if to embrace the tableau.

U.S. troops arrive in Niger to set up drone base

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