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One in five plant species face extinction

One in five plant species face extinction --First ever comprehensive study of plants, from giant rainforests to common snowdrops, finds 22% of all species at risk 29 Sep 2010 One in five of the world's plant species -- the basis of all life on earth -- are at risk of extinction, according to a landmark study published today. The first ever comprehensive assessment of plants, from giant tropical rainforests to the rarest of delicate orchids, concludes the figure is at least 22%. It could well be higher because hundreds of species being discovered by scientists each year are likely to be in the "at risk" category.

Cameron orders 26/11 Mumbai-style terror dummy-run after intelligence warning

Cameron orders 26/11 Mumbai-style terror dummy-run after intelligence warning 30 Sep 2010 British Prime Minister David Cameron has responded to the threat of a 26/11 Mumbai-style terror attack in the country by secretly ordering a full-scale dummy-run. According to The Sun, a number of lethal scenarios were examined at locations thought to include railway stations and hotels - targets in Mumbai two years ago. Senior police officers, including Met counter terror commander John Yates, fire chiefs, senior military and security figures were involved in the operation. [Heads up! Let's hope they don't *go live,* as they did on 9/11 and on 7/7.]

DHS pitches plan for air security to 190 nations

DHS pitches plan for air security to 190 nations 28 Sep 2010 The U.S. Homeland Security chief will urge 190 nations today to improve aviation security with body scanners and other innovations to stop terrorists from carrying plastic and powdered explosives onto airplanes. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said the push aims to counter terrorists who might use international flights for attacks by smuggling explosives through overseas metal detectors.

Pakistan blocks NATO route after coalition strike kills soldiers

Pakistan blocks NATO route after coalition strike kills soldiers 30 Sep 2010 Pakistan closed a main supply route for NATO troops in Afghanistan on Thursday after a coalition helicopter attack killed three Pakistani soldiers, forcing negotiations over whether to reopen the route. The shutdown left 150 trucks lined up along the fabled Khyber Pass carrying fuel, military vehicles, spare parts, clothing and other non-lethal supplies for foreign troops.

Cyber Storm III Simulates Large-scale Attack

Cyber Storm III Simulates Large-scale Attack 29 Sep 2010 A new cyberattack exercise hosted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security this week reflects the increasingly sophisticated attacks U.S. agencies and businesses face [create], DHS officials said. Cyber Storm III, the third large-scale cyberattack exercise hosted by DHS, will test the ability of government agencies and more than 60 private-sector organizations to work together during a massive incident [false flag], said Phil Reitinger, deputy undersecretary of the DHS National Protection and Programs Directorate.

Russia: Unilateral Iran sanctions illegal

Russia: Unilateral Iran sanctions illegal 30 Sep 2010 Russia's envoy to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, says unilateral sanctions against Iran over Tehran's nuclear program runs contrary to international law. "All members of the international community must act in solidarity and on the basis of mutual responsibility," Churkin told the UN General Assembly on Wednesday. He added that unilateral sanctions against Iran "undermine the very foundation of further joint efforts" to resolve the Islamic Republic's nuclear issue.

Surveillance satellite in orbit after Calif. launch

Surveillance satellite in orbit after Calif. launch 26 Sep 2010 A new Space Based Surveillance satellite is orbiting Earth after a successful launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base on the central California coast. The Boeing-built satellite was designed to detect and monitor debris and space objects that could be a threat to national security and communications.

One former Blackwater contractor gets bond awaiting retrial

One former Blackwater contractor gets bond awaiting retrial 29 Sep 2010 A judge today granted bond to one of two former Blackwater mercenaries charged in the murder of two Afghan civilians, but denied bond to a co-defendant after citing anger and alcohol issues. The decision came two days after a jury in federal court failed to reach a verdict against Christopher Drotleff and Justin Cannon. After the government insisted on retrying the case, the defendants' lawyers asked for a bond hearing.

How Did UT Shooter Tooley Get Mohammed Atta's Eyes, Eyebrows?

How Did UT Shooter Tooley Get Mohammed Atta's Eyes, Eyebrows? --Another CIA Photoshop PSYOP? By Lori Price, http://www.legitgov.org/ 29 Sep 2010 On Tuesday, a 19-year-old student at the Austin campus of the University of Texas allegedly brandished an AK-47 and fired 'several shots' as he 'ran through the campus,' ultimately killing no one but himself... As the list of 'oddities' grows regarding this shooting incident -- as with so many others -- the possibility of another CIA Photoshop PSYOP emerges. A comparison of the image of Mohammed Atta, one of the alleged masterminds and ringleader of the 9/11 terror attacks, and that of Colton Tooley, the alleged AK-47-toting math major, reveals a startling similarity between their eyes, eyebrows and hairlines.

DeMint warns 99 other senators bills must pass through his office

DeMint warns 99 other senators bills must pass through his office 29 Sep 2010 Sen. Jim DeMint, in an unusual assertion of unilateral power, warned the other 99 senators that for the rest of their legislative session this year, all bills and nominations that are slated for unanimous passage must go through his office for review. The move by the South Carolina Republican, who has a growing national following among conservative activists, is his most direct challenge yet to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, and it's increased speculation that he's gunning for the Kentucky Republican's leadership post.

Violence kills 100 Afghan police every month: govt

Violence kills 100 Afghan police every month: govt 26 Sep 2010 Almost 2,000 Afghan police officers have been killed or injured by insurgents in the past six months as many are forced onto the frontline in the war against the Taliban, an official said Sunday. Taliban-style bomb attacks, suicide bombings, direct clashes and military operations had killed 595 police officers and wounded another 1,345, said Zemarai Bashary, spokesman for the interior ministry.

U.S. airman's startling testimony about UFO encounter near UK nuclear base

'We saw a bright glowing object like an eye': U.S. airman's startling testimony about UFO encounter near UK nuclear base --Retired officers call on Government to tell public the truth --Deactivation of nuclear weapons 'is a message' to human race 28 Sep 2010 An ex-U.S. air force chief has given an astonishing account of an encounter with a UFO at an air force base in Suffolk. Charles Halt is one of a number of senior former airmen who went public today over claims that UFOs had tampered with nuclear missiles in the U.S. and the UK. Mr Halt, who retired in 1991, told a press conference that he was working at RAF Bentwater near Rendelsham in Suffolk in 1980 when he had the terrifying encounter.

Lawyer Involved In Prosecution of Sen. Ted Stevens 'Commits Suicide'

Lawyer Involved In Prosecution of Sen. Ted Stevens 'Commits Suicide' 27 Sep 2010 NPR has learned that lawyer Nick Marsh took his own life over the weekend. Marsh was one of the lawyers who prosecuted former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens for corruption, a prosecution that failed amidst charges of misconduct. The Attorney General dropped that case, saying there were problems with sharing evidence with the defense. Marsh's lawyer, Bob Luskin, says he thought his client would not be charged. But apparently the strain of the investigation was just too much.

Carter hospitalized but expected to resume tour

Carter hospitalized but expected to resume tour 29 Sep 2010 While on tour promoting his 26th book, former president Jimmy Carter was hospitalized Tuesday in Cleveland with an upset stomach, but he was expected to resume his schedule Wednesday with two events in Washington, said a spokeswoman for the Carter Center. Carter, who will turn 86 on Friday, fell ill aboard a flight from Atlanta and was rushed by ambulance and Secret Service escort to MetroHealth Medical Center, where he was to remain overnight.

Israel commandos 'peacefully' board Jewish Gaza-bound aid boat

Israel commandos 'peacefully' board Jewish Gaza-bound aid boat --IDF says commandos peacefully intercepted the 'Irene', the latest vessel to try to breach an on the Palestinian territory in the wake of Israel's deadly flotilla raid in May. 28 Sep 2010 Israeli naval commandos have peacefully boarded a Jewish aid boat attempting to break a naval blockade on Gaza, the Israel Defense Forces said at 11:30 A.M. Tuesday. "IDF naval forces recently boarded the yacht 'Irene', and it is currently being led to the Ashdod seaport along with its passengers," the military said in statement that branded the boat a "provocation yacht".

CIA steps up drone attacks in Pakistan amid fear of al-Qaeda terror in Europe

CIA steps up drone attacks in Pakistan amid fear of al-Qaeda terror in Europe 29 Sep 2010 A sharply escalated campaign of CIA drone strikes in Pakistan is aimed in part at al-Qaeda units suspected of planning terrorist attacks on targets in Europe, a threat that U.S. officials described as "credible but not specific" enough to allow authorities to anticipate precisely where or when a strike might occur. The intensified bombing of targets in North and South Waziristan represents an expansion of the secret drone program from its origins as a weapon used in a selective hunt for high-ranking operatives to one now delivering a barrage of strikes in the hopes of disrupting a still-murky plot.

Insurance firms plan private navy to take on Somali pirates

Insurance firms plan private navy to take on Somali pirates --Patrol boats crewed by armed guards to protect valuable ships in Gulf of Aden 28 Sep 2010 Insurers have drawn up plans for the world’s first private navy to try to turn the tide against Somali pirates who continue to plague the global shipping industry by hijacking vessels for ransoms of more than £100m a year, The Independent has learnt. Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group (JLT), which insures 14 per cent of the world’s commercial shipping fleet, said the unprecedented “private navy” would work under the direct control of the military with clear rules of engagement valid under international law. [?!?]

Officials: Lone Gunman in UT Shooting Was Student

Officials: Lone Gunman in UT Shooting Was Student 28 Sep 2010 The gunman who opened fire today at the University of Texas' Austin campus before killing himself was a 19-year-old student, officials said. The suspect was identified as Colton Tooley, a sophomore math major from Austin, university spokesman Don Hale told AOL News in a phone interview. The suspect was wearing a ski mask and suit and carrying an AK-47 as he ran through the campus this morning, firing randomly before he went into the library and shot himself to death, according to officials and a witness. No other injuries were reported, but police locked down the sprawling campus earlier as they checked reports of a second gunman.

Plan for multiple terror attacks uncovered

Plan for multiple terror attacks uncovered 29 Sep 2010 Western intelligence agencies have disrupted plans for multiple attacks on European cities by a group thought to be linked to al-Qaeda [al-CIAduh], security sources have confirmed to the Financial Times. According to these sources, terrorist groups based in Pakistan were planning simultaneous strikes in London, as well as cities in France and Germany.

University of Texas shooting: Gunman dead; searching for second suspect

University of Texas shooting: Gunman dead; searching for second suspect 28 Sep 2010 3:49 p.m.: Authorities have concluded that the gunman acted alone, and the lockdown has ended at the Austin campus. A gunman fired "several shots" inside a library at the University of Texas and then shot himself, according to a breaking news report in the Austin American Statesman. Police "are looking for a possible second suspect" as of late this morning, the report says... Police told the paper they were concerned of a possible second suspect based on witness reports that raised that prospect. Witnesses reportedly described eight to 10 shots fired, "in short bursts," the account said, by a gunman wearing a black ski mask.

'Mumbai-style terror plot' against UK uncovered

'Mumbai-style terror plot' against UK uncovered 29 Sep 2010 Intelligence officials have intercepted a credible Islamist-linked terror plot against Britain, it emerged today. The threat is one of "a succession" of terror operations [false flags] the country has been dealing with over the past weeks, a government official said, although the UK's terror alert status has not been raised from "severe". The planned attack would have reportedly been similar to the deadly commando-style raids in Mumbai, India, two years ago, with other European cities, in France and Germany, also targeted.

Barack Obama under fire for grossly underestimating Gulf oil spill

Barack Obama under fire for grossly underestimating Gulf oil spill --White House commission finds that administration lost public trust and may have sabotaged clean-up operations 28 Sep 2010 The Obama administration lost the public trust and may have sabotaged clean-up operations in the Gulf of Mexico by grossly underestimating the amount of oil gushing from BP's broken Macondo well, according to a White House commission appointed to investigate the spill. In a scathing critique of the administration's handling of the disaster, the two co-chairs of the commission yesterday said government officials made a serious blunder by releasing early estimates of the spill that were about 60 times too low.

UN 'to appoint space ambassador to greet alien visitors'

UN 'to appoint space ambassador to greet alien visitors' [Glenn Beck?] 26 Sep 2010 A space ambassador could be appointed by the United Nations to act as the first point of contact for aliens trying to communicate with Earth. Mazlan Othman, a Malaysian astrophysicist, is set to be tasked with co-ordinating humanity’s response if and when extraterrestrials make contact. Aliens who landed on earth and asked: "Take me to your leader" would be directed to Mrs Othman. She will set out the details of her proposed new role at a Royal Society conference in Buckinghamshire next week.

France on high alert after warnings of possible terrorist attacks

France on high alert after warnings of possible terrorist attacks --Although officials later dismissed the report as unreliable, they maintained the high alert. 28 Sep 2010 France is reportedly on a high alert following repeated intelligence warnings that terrorists may be planning to carry out attacks in the country. The French Interior Ministry had said that a foreign intelligence service had passed along a report suggesting that a female suicide bomber had planned to strike somewhere in Paris.

'Credible But Not Specific' Threat of New Terrorist Attack

'Credible But Not Specific' Threat of New Terrorist Attack --Officials in Europe, US on High Alert for Commando-Style Raids After Capture of Suspected German Terrorist 28 Sep 2010 US and European officials said Tuesday they have detected a plot to carry out a major, coordinated series of commando-style terror attacks in Britain, France, Germany and possibly the United States. A senior US official said that while there is a "credible" threat, no specific time or place is known.

USC receives $15.3 million grant for its anti-terrorism center

USC receives $15.3 million grant for its anti-terrorism center --CREATE will expand to include more than 20 research partners across the country, and pursue a research program of more than 35 projects a year. 28 Sep 2010 An anti-terrorism center at USC received a $15.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the university announced today. The grant was awarded to the National Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events, which evaluates the risks, costs and consequences of terrorism and provides guidance on investments in homeland security.

FBI agents, supervisors 'cheated' in terrorism exam

FBI agents, supervisors 'cheated' in terrorism exam --Report found significant abuses and cheating involving at least 22 employees, including legal adviser 28 Sep 2010 FBI agents and several supervisors cheated in an exam about new rules for terrorism and criminal investigations and for collecting foreign intelligence, according to a US Justice Department report yesterday. The report found that some FBI employees improperly consulted colleagues while taking the exam, and others used or distributed answer sheets or study guides that provided the answers to the test.

Downtown LA Hits All-Time High of 113 Degrees

Downtown LA Hits All-Time High of 113 Degrees --Thousands are left without power after record temperatures 28 Sep 2010 The region is baking in a heat wave as September draws to a close. Downtown Los Angeles recorded an all-time record high of 113 degrees Monday as a heat wave continues to bake California, according to the National Weather Service. Weather forecaster Stuart Seto says the record high was reached about 12:15 p.m. Monday.

Biden tells liberal base: 'Stop whining'

B*** me, Biden: Biden tells liberal base: 'Stop whining' 27 Sep 2010 Vice President Joe Biden on Monday urged Democrats to overcome their differences and support their candidates at the polls by telling them to "stop whining." During a fundraiser for New Hampshire Democratic candidates for the House and Senate, Biden said that Democrats should "remind our base constituency to stop whining and get out there and look at the alternatives. This president has done an incredible job. He’s kept his promises," according to a pool report.  [See: 1 Million Strong in the Professional Left.]

Pakistan furious over Nato cross-border CIA raids

Pakistan furious over Nato cross-border CIA raids 27 Sep 2010  Pakistan reacted angrily today after Nato said US helicopters had crossed into its territory from Afghanistan to attack militants, claiming to have killed more than 50 Taliban fighters. The admission that two incursions had taken place over the weekend by helicopters from the Nato-led International Security Assistance Force (Isaf), and possibly a further cross-border raid today, came after recent reports of a covert CIA military force in Afghanistan that crosses into Pakistan to kill Taliban and al-Qaida fighters.

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