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Court mulls revealing secret government plan to cut cell phone service Court mulls revealing secret government plan to cut cell phone service A federal appeals court is asking the Obama administration to explain why the government should be allowed to keep secret its plan to shutter mobile phone service during "critical emergencies."
Washington State Flies Chinese Communist Flag At State Capitol Washington State Flies Chinese Communist Flag At State Capitol In a video that should be the feel-good story of the day and a sign that shows Americans who still love America that we still have many members of law enforcement on our side, a group of US patriots arrived at the state capitol in Washington and proceeded to take down a Chinese/communist flag that was flying between the American flag and the Washington state flag, assisted by a Washington State trooper who obviously loves our country as much as we do.
Poland places observation towers near flashpoint Kaliningrad on Russian border Poland places observation towers near flashpoint Kaliningrad on Russian border The towers - which range in height between 35 and 50 metres - are to aid border guards in monitoring the border 24 hours a day, with images streamed to local border control posts.
China Targets Dollar, Washington Has Conniptions Now even Israel - joined at the hip to the US though the relationship has run into rough waters - has applied to become a founding member of the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Despite US gyrations to keep them from it, over 40 countries, including bosom buddies Australia, Britain, and Germany, have signed up to join. Japan is still wavering politely.
Big shark spotted in Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh again A shark has recently been seen at Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh resort. Tourists have spotted the shark several times near Naama Bay beach
George Zimmerman released on bail, awaits murder trial George Zimmerman has been released from a Florida county jail on $150,000 (£93,000) bail as he awaits his second-degree murder trial for the shooting of Trayvon Martin.
Francois Hollande most likely to win presidential election in France Socialist Francois Hollande is set to beat President Nicolas Sarkozy in the second round of France's presidential election, four polls showed.
April Memories for Israel and Palestine April Memories for Israel and Palestine The State of Israel has arranged worldwide sixty-fourth birthday celebrations (26th April). Palestine marked the sixty-fourth anniversary of butchery and carnage, as almond, olive blossoms and spring flowers painted the surrounding slopes with fragrant life.
Real wins game of the year Real wins game of the year José Mourinho comes, he sees and he conquers. He did it in Portugal, he did it in England, he did it in Italy and he is doing it in Spain. We explain the secrets of the Portuguese guru, the pioneer of scientific football; the best soccer manager, in terms of games played and trophies won, that the game has known.
The Grand Prix, Western hypocrisy and the Gulf States The Grand Prix, Western hypocrisy and the Gulf States Let us be perfectly clear. Qatar has emerged as the main western puppet State in the Gulf, while Bahrain receives favoured treatment despite a despotic crackdown on activists and Saudi Arabia, despite having a deplorable human rights record, is treated as "one of the boys". Could it be because these three Gulf States do what the west tells them to do?
Iran will defend itself from aggression Iran will defend itself from aggression President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Iran's military leaders said on Tuesday (17th) that the national army has a high combat capability, able to make a tough response and neutralize any external aggression.
Boeing 737 with 127 on board crashes in Pakistan A passenger plane with 127 passengers on board crashed near Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan
Asia to become international economic center by 2050 Asia to become international economic center by 2050 It is an open secret that the center of global economy has been moving from the West towards the East. Financial experts say that the number of money bags in South-East Asia, China and Japan has increased considerably while North American millionaires and billionaires continue to experience nothing but losses. What does the future hold for Russia?
Russia and Iran restore cooperation despite UN sanctions Russia and Iran restore cooperation despite UN sanctions Moscow has received an important signal that says that Teheran considers Russia as a friendly nation for a long period of time. The two countries currently try to restore the defense cooperation within the scope of the UN sanctions against Iran. Russia still insists on the diplomatic solution of the Iranian nuclear problem
United States of Nazi America spreads fascist democracy in Iraq United States of Nazi America spreads fascist democracy in Iraq Another evidence to prove the "triumph of democracy" in Iraq made numerous headlines in the world. The videos clearly showed how the citizens of the world's most democratic nation, "the empire of kindness," spread their democracy in Iraq. A Pravda.Ru observer tried to see if there was any difference between US soldiers and fascists of Nazi Germany
Russia sells air-to-air missiles to Malaysia for $35 million Malaysia has acquired PBB-AE (P-77) air-to-air missiles from Russia in the total sum of $35 million
Why do migrants hate France so much? Why do migrants hate France so much? President Nicolas Sarkozy has given Brussels an ultimatum, demanding that the EU has more stringent border controls. Riots do not take the French by surprise. First riots started in the 1970. The inability of the authorities to rein in powerful stream of French immigration and integrate earlier arrivals represents a time bomb
Prrvention of cerebral palsy Prrvention of cerebral palsy A new treatment helped rabbits born with cerebral palsy to recover to an almost normal mobility, giving rise to hopes of a potential breakthrough in treating people with this currently incurable disorder, scientists said on Wednesday.
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Business The IMF Just Entered The Cold War – Forgives Ukraine’s Debt To Russia Signs Of Financial Turmoil In Europe, China And The United States 'It's time to hold physical cash,' says one of Britain's most senior fund managers Russia and China Just Put Another Nail in the Coffin of the Bretton Woods Petrodollar System Budget office: U.S. debt picture has 'worsened dramatically'