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Did North Korea’s Kim Jong-un Feed His Uncle to Starving Dogs? | Jang Song-taek is arrested during a government meeting in North Korea. Reports out of North Korea state the country’s dictator, Kim Jong-un, fed his disgraced uncle to starving dogs. Jang Song-taek was supposedly stripped naked, along with his aides, put in a cage, and then 120 starving dogs were set on them. In December, we learned that Jang, who was said to be included in Jong-un’s inner circle of advisors, was executed, or so we were told by North Korea’s KCNA English-language news agency.

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Australian police find 328 guns, 4.2 tons of ammo at farm

NBC | A father and his two sons have been arrested in Australia after police found a $3 million arsenal of more than 300 guns and 4.2 tons of ammunition at their farm, police said Thursday. The men, aged 69, 46 and 42, were charged with possessing restricted firearms after police found the weapons stockpile stashed in sheds at their property in Monto, Queensland.

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Uruguay: First Country to Legalize Marijuana | Following a 50-46 vote earlier this year by the Uruguayan House, last night the Uruguayan Senate voted 16-13 along party lines to approve the legalization of cultivation, sale, distribution, possession and use of marijuana by adults, making tiny Uruguay the first country to fully legalize marijuana.

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Abortion may be declared a ‘human right’ in tomorrow’s EU vote | European pro-life advocates are warning that tomorrow’s vote in the European Parliament on the controversial “Report on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights,” could be a major advance for the abortion-promoters. The report advocates treating abortion as a “human right,” mandates compulsory sex-education for all children from their first year, and curtails conscientious objection rights for health care workers.

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Israeli Team Heads to US to ‘Shape’ Final Iran Deal | Months of angry fist-shaking from Israeli officials and a position of no diplomacy at any price failed miserably, and in the wake of the signing of the interim P5+1 deal with Iran, Prime Minister Netanyahu appears to have changed tactics.

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Mexican vigilantes, battling cartel, take over another town

CBS | Vigilantes belonging to a "self-defense" movement took over another town in the Mexican state of Michoacan Saturday amid confrontations that left two people dead and three wounded. State prosecutor's spokeswoman Magdalena Guzman said the clash took place in a hamlet near the town of Tancitaro, where "self-defense" patrol members occupied the town hall and main square in a bid to kick out the western state's dominant Knights Templar drug cartel.

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Israel becomes major hub in the international cocaine trade, abuse rising

Haaretz | Number of cocaine users in Israel has doubled in recent years and the Israel Police reports that Israeli criminals have joined hands with the cartels. On a wall of a Israel Police classified intelligence unit hangs a map of the world. The countries of Central and South America are highlighted in red, the countries of western Africa are highlighted in green and arrows drawn the length and width of the map indicating drug trafficking movements all point to one country, whose name is highlighted: Israel.

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A Day In The Life Of Edward Snowden: Under Guard, Secret Address, Learning Russian, And Heavily Disguised | If Obama's intention with the fast and furious series of geopolitical and domestic distractions over the past three months was to sideline Edward Snowden's revelations of the biggest spying scandal since Nixon, he appears to have largely succeeded: not only has America become largely numb to every successive iteration of shockers emerging from the most important whistleblowing episode in recent US history (and in fact can't wait to get even more in debt to purchase shiny, faux-gold fingerprint scanners), but the person behind these revelations, the 30 year old Snowden himself, has largely faded into the collective subconscious.

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$270 million worth of cocaine found on Air France flight

CNN | There was something odd about the 30 suitcases that showed up on a flight from Venezuela. The colorful bags weren't registered to any of the passengers on the plane. When French officials opened them up, they discovered why -- 1.3 tons of pure cocaine were stuffed inside the anonymous bags. The street value of the stash? About 200 million Euros, or $270 million.

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US pressured Cuba not to let Snowden in – report

RT | Edward Snowden was forced to stay in Russia after the US threatened Cuba with “adverse consequences” should the NSA whistleblower get on board Aeroflot’s Moscow-Havana flight, Kommersant newspaper has learnt. Under US pressure the Cuban authorities informed Moscow the Aeroflot plane would not be able to land in Havana, a source told the Russian newspaper.

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Egyptian Official Provides Ties Between Muslim Brotherhood And Obama’s Brother

Shoebat Foundation | Walid Shoebat reported that credible Arabic sources provide video of an Egyptian official connecting the Muslim Brotherhood to Obama’s brother, Malik Obama (Malik being Arabic for “King”).  Recall, Malik Obama is the same brother that the IRS fast-tracked to give a retroactive tax-free status for an illegal charity linked to terrorism and genocide.

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CIA admits role in 1953 Iranian coup

Guardian | The CIA has publicly admitted for the first time that it was behind the notorious 1953 coup against Iran's democratically elected prime minister Mohammad Mosaddeq, in documents that also show how the British government tried to block the release of information about its own involvement in his overthrow.

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Nazi Bride Schools: 'These girls were the nucleus of the Reich’

Telegraph | Unearthed documents shed light on the secretive Bride Schools of Nazi Germany. Dressed in modest petticoats and starched white aprons, their hair pulled back into neat plaits, a group of women are pictured marching through a hayfield. Arms linked, broad smiles across their faces, they are carrying baskets laden with flowers, which later they will arrange into pretty garlands. In another photograph, they are purposefully huddled around a sewing machine, darning pairs of pinstriped trousers, while other images show them gleefully feeding livestock, chopping vegetables on a kitchen worktop and singing along to another woman’s accordion-playing.

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Protesters storm Cairo building after bloodbath, U.S. to review Egypt aid

Reuters | Supporters of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood stormed and torched a government building in Cairo on Thursday, while families tried to identify hundreds of mutilated bodies piled in a Cairo mosque a day after they were shot dead by the security forces. Egypt's health ministry says 578 people were killed and thousands wounded in the worst day of civil violence in the modern history of the most populous Arab state.

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US Air Force Transports 24 Tons of Cocaine to Miami | The US Air Force recently airlifted nearly 24 tons of cocaine from Costa Rica to Miami, the cocaine capital of the world, in a program described as being “shrouded in secrecy”.According to the Costa Rica Star, a Boeing C-17 Globemaster III out of Dover Air Force Base landed at the Daniel Oduber Quiros International Airport (LIR) on Saturday July 27, loaded almost 24 tons of cocaine in pallets and then set off for its ultimate destination of Miami, but not before stopping in Nicaragua and Honduras.

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International :: 1490 Views :: 0 Comments
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