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At least 4 NATO troops reported killed in Afghan suicide bombing

July 8, 2014 by legitgov

At least 4 NATO troops reported killed in Afghan suicide bombing 08 Jul 2014 Four NATO troops have been killed in a suicide attack in Afghanistan's Parwan province, the ISAF confirmed. The blast also killed two Afghan policemen and 10 civilians, local police said. Earlier Ziaul Rahman Sayedkhili, a senior police officer in the eastern province of Parwan, said the blast had killed six NATO servicemen.

IDF strikes 50 targets across Gaza as operation gets underway

July 8, 2014 by legitgov

IDF strikes 50 targets across Gaza as operation gets underway 08 Jul 2014 The IDF struck 50 targets throughout the Gaza Strip overnight between Monday and Tuesday, marking the start of Operation Protective Edge, launched to extinguish Hamas rocket fire on Israel. Forty seven targets were hit by Israel Air Force aircraft, and an additional three were hit by Israel Navy ships off the coast of Gaza. "We are entering into a long operation," a senior IDF source said...The operation is being led by the IDF's Southern Command.

Leak at Fukushima nuclear plant threatens dangerous meltdown

July 8, 2014 by legitgov

Leak at Fukushima nuclear plant threatens dangerous meltdown 07 Jul 2014 Trouble is looming at Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant, as a leak has forced the shutdown of a cooling system that could cause temperatures to exceed dangerous levels. Fukushima operator Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) was forced to switch off the cooling system at Reactor Unit 5, after engineers discovered it had been leaking water. If the system is not repaired within the next nine days, temperatures are expected to soar,  Russian news site RT reported Sunday. If no new cold water is pumped in at this rate, it will reach the dangerous threshold of 149 degrees (F) in roughly the next week.

Syria militants receive 2nd batch of US arms

July 8, 2014 by legitgov

Syria militants receive 2nd batch of US arms 08 Jul 2014 Foreign-backed militants fighting against the Syrian government say they have received the second batch of US-made anti-tank missiles. The Takfiri militants have reportedly received TOW anti-tank rockets in the strategic Qalamoun region. The Saudi daily Akkaz has confirmed the report. The Saudi daily Akkaz has confirmed the report.

Texas blocks release of chemical facility information

July 8, 2014 by legitgov

Texas blocks release of chemical facility information 13 Jun 2014 The public no longer can access key information about hazardous chemical facilities in their neighborhoods, the state attorney general has ruled, a move that local officials and advocates say threatens community safety. "I have no clue what they're doing over there," West Mayor Tommy Muska said, referring to the office of Texas Attorney General [sociopath] Greg Abbott. On April 17, Muska marked one year since a massive explosion at a local fertilizer company killed 16 people, most of them first responders, and injured many more.

Wylfa forced into reactor shutdown only two days after re-start

July 7, 2014 by legitgov

Wylfa forced into reactor shutdown only two days after re-start 07 Jul 2014 An ageing nuclear reactor has had to be shut down due to a "steam leak" only days after it was re-started. Reactor one at Wylfa nuclear power station, on Anglesey, in North Wales, was shut down on Thursday, say owners the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA). The NDA say the reactor had been re-started two days earlier on July 1 in a "slow, controlled manner just in case there were any issues".

Sendai nuclear plant set to restart without off-site emergency center

July 7, 2014 by legitgov

Sendai nuclear plant set to restart without off-site emergency center 07 Jul 2014 The Sendai nuclear power plant in Kagoshima Prefecture could restart two reactors in autumn without a crucial emergency facility in place to deal with a possible nuclear accident and evacuations of host communities. The Sendai plant, operated by Kyushu Electric Power Co., is expected to be the first to resume operations among all plants that have applied for safety screenings by the Nuclear Regulation Authority.

Japan issues top-level warning over typhoon

July 7, 2014 by legitgov

Japan issues top-level warning over typhoon 08 Jul 2014 Japan's weather agency has extended its highest alert to Okinawa's populous main island as super typhoon Neoguri approaches the southern chain, saying it may be one of the worst storms for decades. The top-level warning on Monday means the typhoon poses a threat to life and could inflict massive damage from gusts of up to 270 kilometres per hour and torrential rain. The biggest US Air Force base in the Pacific, located on the main island, evacuated some of its aircraft as officers stressed that Neoguri may be deadly.

TSA: Some at US-bound airports must turn on devices

July 7, 2014 by legitgov

TSA: Some at US-bound airports must turn on devices 07 Jul 2014 The Transportation Security Administration is requiring passengers at some overseas airports that offer US-bound flights to power on their electronic devices. The TSA says devices that will not power up won't be allowed on planes, and those travelers may have to undergo additional screening. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson recently ordered the TSA to put extra security measures in place at some international airports with direct flights to the United States.

NSAssociate Google Relegated 03 Jul 2014 CLG Newsletter to the Spam Bin

July 7, 2014 by legitgov

Looking for Thursday's CLG Newsletter? NSAssociate Google Relegated 03 Jul 2014 CLG Newsletter to the Spam Bin Posted by Lori Price, www.legitgov.org 06 Jul 2014 CLG subscribers: If you use Gmail as your email provider, please go to your spam bin to retrieve Thursday's CLG Newsletter. Perhaps Google did not like the subject line: 'U.S. discloses secret Somalia military presence, up to 120 troops.'

Fukushima has 9 days to prevent 'unsafe' overheating

July 7, 2014 by legitgov

Fukushima has 9 days to prevent 'unsafe' overheating 06 Jul 2014 Fukushima operator TEPCO has been forced to switch off the cooling system at mothballed Reactor Unit 5, after it was discovered that it had been leaking water. In nine days, if the system is not repaired, temperatures will exceed dangerous levels. Engineers have discovered that 1,300 liters of water leaked from a cooling system intended to stabilize the temperature of the spent fuel at the Reactor Unit 5, which was offline but loaded with fuel rods when the plant was damaged by the earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.

Six Jewish suspects arrested over death of Palestinian teenager

July 7, 2014 by legitgov

Six Jewish suspects arrested over death of Palestinian teenager 06 Jul 2014 Israel has arrested six Jewish suspects in the abduction and killing of a Palestinian teenager whose death sparked violent protests in Jerusalem and Israeli Arab towns, a security source said on Sunday. Tensions were also high along the Gaza border where Israel killed two Palestinian militants and wounded a third in one of about a dozen air strikes in response to rocket fire at southern Israeli towns. Hospital officials confirmed the fatalities, and the Israeli military confirmed it had bombed central Gaza.

U.S. tightens security on electronics at overseas airports

July 6, 2014 by legitgov

U.S. tightens security on electronics at overseas airports 06 Jul 2014 The U.S. Transportation Security Administration will not allow cellphones or other electronic devices on U.S.-bound planes at some overseas airports if the devices are not charged up, the agency said on Sunday. The new measure is part of the TSA's effort announced last week to boost security amid concerns that [terrorists] are plotting to blow up an airliner, U.S. officials said. As part of the increased scrutiny at certain airports, security agents may ask travelers to turn on their electronic devices at checkpoints and if they do not have power, the devices will not be allowed on planes, the TSA said.

Students Joining Battle to Upend Laws on Voter ID

July 6, 2014 by legitgov

Students Joining Battle to Upend Laws on Voter ID --College Students Claim Voter ID Laws Discriminate Based on Age 06 Jul 2014 Civil rights groups have spent a decade fighting requirements that voters show photo identification, arguing that this discriminates against African-Americans, Hispanics and the poor. This week in a North Carolina courtroom, another group will make its case that such laws are discriminatory: college students. Joining a challenge to a state law alongside the N.A.A.C.P., the American Civil Liberties Union and the Justice Department, lawyers for seven college students and three voter-registration advocates are making the novel constitutional argument that the law violates the 26th Amendment, which lowered the voting age to 18 from 21.

CIA employee: 'I submitted a FOIA and it basically destroyed my entire career'

July 6, 2014 by legitgov

CIA employee: 'I submitted a FOIA and it basically destroyed my entire career' --His request set in motion a harrowing sequence. 04 Jul 2014 His CIA career included assignments in Africa, Afghanistan and Iraq, but the most perilous posting for Jeffrey Scudder turned out to be a two-year stint in a sleepy office that looks after the agency's historical files. It was there that Scudder discovered a stack of articles, hundreds of histories of long-dormant conflicts and operations that he concluded were still being stored in secret years after they should have been shared with the public. To get them released, Scudder submitted a request under the Freedom of Information Act -- a step that any citizen can take, but one that is highly unusual for a CIA employee. Four years later, the CIA has released some of those articles and withheld others. It also has forced Scudder out.

Nine out of 10 users in NSA-intercepted conversations are not original targets

July 6, 2014 by legitgov

Nine out of 10 users in NSA-intercepted conversations are not original targets 06 Jul 2014 Nine out of 10 internet users found in a cache of NSA-intercepted conversations were not the original targets -- but landed in the agency's net anyway. The Washington Post revealed the stunningly high percentage of innocent web crawlers snared in the National Security Administration's web after a four-month examination of documents turned over by ex-agency contractor Edward Snowden...One analyst described a day's work: "1 target, 38 others on there."

CIA interrupts info about secret overseas nuclear project

July 6, 2014 by legitgov

CIA interrupts info about secret overseas nuclear project 06 Jul 2014 The Washington Post has published an exclusive report about the US National Security Agency's surveillance activities, but withheld information of "considerable intelligence value," including a secret overseas nuclear project. The Post said the report, which was published on Saturday, is based on a four-month investigation of a large collection of communications intercepted by the NSA from US digital networks. The newspaper said it obtained the intercepted conversations from former NSA surveillance whistleblower Edward Snowden.

'Race to the Top' funds went to administration offices - study

July 6, 2014 by legitgov

'Race to the Top' funds went to administration offices - study 05 Jul 2014 Bureaucrats are winning the Race to the Top. Less than a quarter of the $107 million that the school system received in federal Race to The Top funds last year was sent directly to school principals. The decision on how to spend most of the money - $83 million - was made by the central Department of Education, which channeled the federal funds to support staff, consultants and fringe benefits, according to a study by the Independent Budget Office.

Phone hacking trial: former No 10 spin doctor Andy Coulson jailed for 18 months

July 6, 2014 by legitgov

Phone hacking trial: former No 10 spin doctor Andy Coulson jailed for 18 months 05 Jul 2014 Former No 10 spin doctor Andy Coulson was jailed at the Old Bailey today for 18 months for plotting to hack phones. The ex-editor of the News of the World was poker faced as he was led to the cells. As well as phone hacking, other dirty tricks to gather stories were rife, such as searching bins, surveillance and deceiving phone companies into disclosing personal data.

UK airport security stepped up over terrorism fears of 'stealth' bombs

July 6, 2014 by legitgov

UK airport security stepped up over terrorism fears of 'stealth' bombs 04 Jul 2014 Air passengers are to undergo extra bag searches at departure gates amid fears that terrorists may be developing "stealth" bombs that can be smuggled through the main security check area, the Standard has learned. Shoes and electronic devices could also be examined for a second time just minutes before travellers are allowed to board aircraft. The new measures at airports, including Heathrow and Gatwick, are being imposed after US security chiefs received intelligence that 'terror groups in Yemen and Syria' may be joining forces to devise new ways to launch attacks, using non-metallic bombs that are hard to detect.

Caught on camera: Israeli police beating 15yo cousin of murdered Palestinian teen

July 5, 2014 by legitgov

Caught on camera: Israeli police beating 15yo cousin of murdered Palestinian teen 05 Jul 2014 A shocking video, showing Israeli police officers savagely beating 15-year-old Palestinian-American Tarek Abu Khdeir - cousin of Mohammad Abu Khdeir who was burnt alive in East Jerusalem - has prompted outrage in the Palestinian community. The video shows two officers striking the detainee, who was handcuffed and lying on the floor. One of the officers seems to be sitting on the Palestinian, while his colleague is kicking and punching him. The youth is eventually dragged away by the police.

Palestinian boy was burned alive, says official

July 5, 2014 by legitgov

Palestinian boy was burned alive, says official 05 Jul 2014 Mohamed Abu Khdeir, the Palestinian teenager who was kidnapped and murdered on Wednesday in a suspected revenge killing by Israeli extremists, was burned alive after suffering a head injury, the Palestinian attorney general has claimed. The allegation is said to be based on initial postmortem findings that discovered soot deposits in his lungs suggesting he was still breathing when he was set on fire. The shocking details, if confirmed, would seem likely to exacerbate already toxic tensions.

Hundreds hold protest at Israel embassy in London

July 5, 2014 by legitgov

Hundreds hold protest at Israel embassy in London 05 Jul 2014 Over a thousand protesters have gathered in front of the Israeli embassy in central London to show outrage against Tel Aviv's ongoing aggression and attacks on the Palestinians, Press TV reports. Protesters attending the London rally have expressed anger and frustration at Israel for engaging in widespread violent clashes against the Palestinians over the past days. The unrest has grown across the region after the burned body of a 16-year-old Palestinian boy was found in a forest on July 2.

Taliban torch hundreds of 'NATO-supplying' fuel trucks near Kabul

July 5, 2014 by legitgov

Taliban torch hundreds of 'NATO-supplying' fuel trucks near Kabul 05 Jul 2014 An assault by militants at a large parking lot on the outskirts of Afghan capital, Kabul, Friday night left at least 200 fuel tankers incinerated. The Taliban said the privately-owned tankers were targeted because they supply foreign troops. AP, meanwhile, reported that 400 tankers had been burned.

Malaysia Airlines Shares Soar on Privatisation Plans After Missing Flight MH370 Mystery

July 5, 2014 by legitgov

Malaysia Airlines Shares Soar on Privatisation Plans After Missing Flight MH370 Mystery 03 Jul 2014 Malaysian Airlines shares soared by nearly 17% on 3 July after reports circulated that the state-owned group was mulling over being bought out by private companies. MAS stock rocketed by the largest amount in just over two weeks to eventually hover around 12% at 0.230 Malaysian ringgit.

Fears terrorists will target planes with computer and human bombs

July 5, 2014 by legitgov

Fears terrorists will target planes with computer and human bombs --Heightened airport security after US terror [false flag] warning could lead to summer of chaos for holidaymakers 03 Jul 2014 Terrorists are plotting to use new stealth bombs in laptops and even humans to bring down a US-bound passenger plane, it is feared. Airport security was increased across the UK, US and other countries amid fears al-Qaeda [al-CIAduh] bomb experts have successfully designed a new explosive that can bypass current checks. The threat, which originated from US intelligence, had an immediate impact at British airports where passengers were subjected to more stringent and rigorous security checks.

Leaked RAND plan on E. Ukraine suggests internment camps, executions

July 5, 2014 by legitgov

Leaked RAND plan on E. Ukraine suggests internment camps, executions 05 Jul 2014 A leaked memo suggests the Ukrainian [unelected] government should engage in an all-out war in the east, including placing citizens in internment camps and killing all who resist such actions. RAND corporation think tank however denies producing such a document. In the shocking letter, which has been leaked to online media, the advice offers a step by step brutal guide in how to deal with the population in eastern Ukraine. The authenticity of the document which bears the RAND corporation logo, however, could not be independently verified.

'Thanks, Ukraine Air Force': Bombarded villagers accuse Kiev of killing civilians

July 5, 2014 by legitgov

'Thanks, Ukraine Air Force': Bombarded villagers accuse Kiev of killing civilians 03 Jul 2014 The village of Kondrashovka in eastern Ukraine lies devastated after shelling by Kiev troops which killed seven people. Bodies torn to pieces are strewn across the settlement and those who survived are asking: why did Kiev kill their families? At least five shells hit the settlement, destroying an entire street in the peaceful Lugansk region community, 25km from the city of Lugansk.

Germany spying: US envoy summoned after arrest

July 5, 2014 by legitgov

Germany spying: US envoy summoned after arrest 04 Jul 2014 The German authorities have summoned the US ambassador in Berlin after a man was arrested on suspicion of spying. The US diplomat "was asked to help in the swift clarification" of the case, the foreign ministry said. German officials confirmed the arrest but released no other details.

FEMA Drill to Test Emergency Preparedness at Va. Nuclear Plant

July 4, 2014 by legitgov

Heads up! FEMA Drill to Test Emergency Preparedness at Va. Nuclear Plant --FEMA will assess state and local emergency response capabilities within 10-mile emergency planning zone, nearby support areas 04 Jul 2014 Federal officials are planning to test Virginia's ability to respond to an emergency at Dominion's North Anna nuclear power station. The Federal Emergency Management says the biennial emergency preparedness exercise at the plant about 40 miles northwest of Richmond will take place the week of July 7. [Let's hope the dirt-bags don't *go live* during the drill, as they did on 9/11.]

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