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Correction: Armor-Piercing Bullets-Lawsuit Story - ABC News - In a story Aug. 10 about a federal judge upholding a decision by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to classify certain ammunition as armor-piercing, The Associated Press reported erroneously they type of rifle that the ammo was originally designed for. It was for the AK-74, not the AK-47 assault rifle.A corrected version of the story is below:
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More Old Than Young: A Demographic Spreads Around the Globe - Bloomberg - By 2030, 56 countries will have more people aged 65 and over than children under 15
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Republican National Security Officials Eviscerate Trump In Open Letter - Trump would be the most reckless President in American history, they write.
We are convinced that [Trump] would be a dangerous President and would put at risk our countrys national security and well-being, said the former officials, many of whom held top positions in the George W. Bush administration.
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Woman Sees Trump's Face In Her Tub Of Butter - A woman wrote to a TV station in Missouri this weekend that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump appeared to her — in butter, according to KSDK.
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Muslims Are the VICTIMS of Between 82 and 97% of Terrorism-Related Fatalities: US Government - most victims of ISIS, Al Qaeda and other Islamic terrorism are themselves Muslim
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Fishermen baffled by huge floating 'monster from the deep' - Mark Watkins must have thought he'd landed in an episode of The X-Files when he encountered this monstrous object floating near his boat. The object was huge, pink, fleshy and bobbing along with the waves. The Bunbury fisherman soon figured out that it was not a hot air balloon, nor an abandoned blimp, nor a capsized boat, but the floating carcass of a dead whale.
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Would-be Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr. to be freed after 35 years - The Washington Post - Thirty-five years after he shot President Ronald Reagan and three others outside a D.C. hotel, John W. Hinckley Jr. will be released from a government psychiatric hospital, a federal judge ordered Wednesday.
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Vast wildfires are burning in remote Siberia, far from humans %u2013 here's why we should care - You’ve probably seen dramatic images of out of control wildfires that directly and immediately affect people. The news recently followed 200 firefighters tackling a blaze in California, while this May many watched the evacuation of more than 50,000 people from Fort McMurray in Canada.
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Police: One dead, four wounded in shootings - Baltimore Sun - A man was shot to death in Northeast Baltimore early Thursday, and a 17-year-old male and three women were shot in North Baltimore, police said.
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16-year-old suffers fatal asthma attack after shooting that left 3 dead | WGN-TV - Three people are dead and two are injured after a fight over a parking space at a block party Wednesday night.
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Saudis Offer Russia Untold Wealth, Greater Influence in Mideast - Saudi Arabia has promised Russia foreign investments exceeding that from China and influence in the Middle East greater than the Soviet Union's Cold War-era clout in exchange for Moscow withdrawing its support from Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, but the Vzglyad newspaper doubts that it will happen.
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For some expats, U.S. gun violence makes Japan feel like a haven - TOKYO Last year, there were more than 13,000 gun deaths in the United States. In Japan, according to the National Police Agency, there was one.
The two countries share robust diplomatic and trade ties, but they could not be more different when it comes to gun violence: Japan has the lowest rate of gun deaths in the developed world, while the United States has the highest.
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Fort Myers shooting kills 2 and injures 17 at Club Blu in Florida | Daily Mail Online - Two people hhave been murdered and 17 have been wounded in a mass shooting at a Florida night club.The gunman entered the club and opened fire hitting people as young as 13 in Club Blu, in Fort Myers in Florida. The incident happened shortly after 1am.
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Munich gunman was likely not Isis terrorist: police - The Local - Prosecutors said he seems to have been fascinated by gun sprees and believe that he had no other motive for his act.Prosecutor Thomas Steinkraus-Koch said that the young man was likely suffering from a mental illness, possible depression.

Kid was born in Munich! No immigrant as NeoCon claimed.
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Munich shooting not connected to refugees or ISIS - Bavaria police chief %u2014 RT News - The Munich shooter had no connection to Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) or refugees. He was born and raised on German soil, Bavarian police chief told reporters citing preliminary results of a search of the gunman’s family apartment.
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Male escorts are making crazy money at the RNC | New York Post - It’s been a great week for gay escorts in Cleveland.Male prostitutes contacted by The Post said business is booming and Republican National Convention attendees — most of them married — are clamoring for their services.
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Tickling - I see someone here has been busy.
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Supreme Court Rules Misdemeanor Domestic Violence Conviction Enough to Lose 2nd Amendment - Washinton, D.C. – In the wake of the Orlando shooting, and renewed calls from Democrats for increased gun control measures, the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld a broad federal law that bans people convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence from owning a firearm.The law in question, Lautenberg Amendment, states that any person “who has been convicted in any court of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence” cannot purchase or receive a firearm.

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China laughs at Britain's hope to negotiate quick free trade deal following Brexit: Shanghaiist - Following the United Kingdom's shock decision to leave the European Union after yesterday's referendum, hopes by Leave supporters for the swift establishment of new trade relations with China might prove to be nothing more than hot air.
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Poll: Trump less popular than lice - Rachel Maddow presents the results of a new PPP poll which finds, among other things that Donald Trump is less popular than lice, and yet, contrary to media narratives about a party split, Republican voters are shown as likely to vote for him and even Republican politicians who said terrible things about him are eating their words and supporting him.
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Nine more Cuban migrants make landfall in the Keys Monday, bringing the number to 51 since Friday | News | KeysNet - Continuing an uptick in illegal migration across the Florida Straits, nine Cubans landed in the Florida Keys around 6 a.m. Monday -- bringing to 51 the number of such immigrants who have made land in Monroe County since Friday.
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China Passes Law Putting Foreign NGOs Under Stricter Police Control : Parallels : NPR - A strict new law governing foreign nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) in China may have some groups packing up and heading home if they can't meet the law's requirements or fall afoul of police who will have increased powers to monitor and control them.
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China comes in 5th from the bottom in 2016 World Press Freedom Index: Shanghaiist - China has managed to maintain its ranking at 176 in the annual World Press Freedom Index, only besting the states of Syria, Turkmenistan, North Korea and Eritrea.
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Phone Hacking Fears and Facts - Scientific American - The lack of security built into phone networks leaves callers vulnerable to snooping, but the growth of encrypted communications will help protect privac
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This May Be The Biggest Environmental Catastrophe No One Is Talking About - Methane, the primary element in natural gas, is a potent greenhouse gas and is responsible for 10 percent of total greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. It packs 84 times more warming power than carbon dioxide in the first 20 years that it’s present in the atmosphere, according to the EDF. The environmental group estimates that reducing global methane emissions by 45 percent could have the same short-term benefit as shuttering 1,000 coal-fired power plants.
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One Third of Iraqis Think US Supports Terrorism, ISIS - ABC News - Despite the United States spending billions of dollars and spilling American blood in the fight against ISIS, as many as one third of Iraqis believed as recently as last fall that the U.S. “supports terrorism in general or ISIL [ISIS] specifically,” according to a recent U.S. State Department report. Forty percent of the country said the U.S. is purposefully “working to destabilize Iraq and control its natural resources.”
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The DEA Will Soon Decide Whether it Will Reschedule Marijuana - Fortune - In a memo to lawmakers this week, the DEA announced plans to decide “in the first half of 2016” whether or not it will reschedule marijuana, according to The Washington Post. Cannabis is now listed under the Controlled Substances Act as a Schedule 1 drug, a categorization it shares with other drugs, such as heroin and LSD, which the U.S. government defines as “the most dangerous drugs” that have “no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse.”
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Tension Spikes In South China Sea After Vietnam Seizes Chinese Ship - Yahoo Finance - The territorial scramble for various resource rich areas in the East/South China Sea and specifically the Spratly islands has been a major point of contention involving China and most of its regional neighbors, recently expanding to the U.S. which is determined not to let China have the upper hand, for nearly two years now, with occasional episodes of escalation that threaten the regional peace. One such episode took place on Thursday of last week when the Vietnamese coast guard seized a Chinese vessel for intruding into its territorial waters, according to a local report Saturday.
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Human Sacrifice Is Linked To Social Hierarchies In New Study : The Two-Way : NPR - Saying they found "a darker link between religion and the evolution of modern hierarchical societies" than has been previously suggested, a group of scientists say ritual human sacrifice promoted stratified social systems – and helped to sustain inherited class systems once they were established.
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New England Could Get Foot of Snow on First Day of Spring - NBC News - f you live in the Northeast, the first day of spring definitely won't be the first spring day — not with a Nor'easter brewing that could bury parts of New England under snow this weekend.
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Key suspect in Paris attacks captured in Brussels raid; four others arrested - The Washington Post - The hunt for Europe’s most wanted man came to a sudden end in a hardscrabble Brussels neighborhood Friday afternoon when Belgian counterterrorism police raided an apartment building and came away with a suspect who could be the key to unlocking the mysteries of November’s massacre in Paris.
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Argentina Coast Guard Chases, Sinks Chinese Fishing Vessel - gCaptain - BUENOS AIRES, March 15 (Reuters) – Argentina’s coast guard has sunk a Chinese trawler that was fishing illegally within its territorial waters, the coast guard said on Tuesday, marking a first test for relations between President Mauricio Macri and Beijing.
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U.S. Offshore Wind Cost May Drop 55% as Builders Gain Experience - gCaptain - The cost of building wind farms off the U.S. coast may decline as much as 55 percent within 13 years, letting developers offer clean power at rates competitive with market prices, according to a study released Tuesday by the University of Delaware.
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Sad Data Reveals Baby Boomers' Biggest Regret Is Not Traveling Enough - To encourage people to travel more, British Airways released data from two somewhat sad studies, which revealed two of the biggest regrets of 2,000 U.S. baby boomers -- that they worked too much and didn't travel enough.
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Blizzard Forces Aurora Australis Icebreaker Aground in Antarctica - gCaptain - Australia’s flagship icebreaker Aurora Australis has run aground in Antarctica after it breaking free from its moorings at the Mawson station during a blizzard.The Australian Antarctic Division reports that a total of 67 passengers and crew on board are safe and the ship remains watertight with damage to the hull of the vesse
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Boy, 7, Finds 3,400-Year-Old Figurine in Israel's Tel Rehov Site - NBC News - A seven-year-old boy discovered an ancient statuette of a naked woman during a day trip to an archaeological site in Israel, antiquities officials said Thursday.
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'Super Lice' Resistant to Common Treatments Hits 25 States - NBC News - The CDC reports that up to 12 million children a year will get lice, but families are scratching their heads over what to do about a new super strain.
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America's Freakiest Winter Heat Waves | The Weather Channel - Living in central Texas can be a challenge in many ways. Austin's traffic and the heat! The intensity of the Feb. 20-23, 1996 heat wave remains unparalleled in most of Texas. In Austin, Feb. 21 was the warmest winter day in history – and at the city’s Bergstrom International Airport, the Feb. 21 high of 101º remains the only triple digit reading ever recorded on any date between Jan. 1 and May 4. Of Austin’s four warmest February days in history, three were in this single heat wave.
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U.S. and Russia Set Date for Cease-Fire in Syria to Begin - The New York Times - Oh! YES!! I'm holding my breath! The United States and Russia announced an agreement on Monday for a partial truce in Syria, though the caveats and cautious words on all sides underscored the obstacles in the way of the latest diplomatic effort to end the five-year-old civil war.Under the terms of the agreement, the Syrian government and Syria’s armed opposition are being asked to agree to a “cessation of hostilities,” effective this Saturday. But the truce does not apply to two of the most lethal extremist groups, the Islamic State and the Nusra Front, raising questions about whether it will be any more lasting than previous cease-fires
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DOT: Backhoe boy caused $30,000 in damage to the Seven Mile Bridge | Crime | KeysNet - A man charged with using a stolen backhoe to close the Seven Mile Bridge for several hours before dawn Tuesday remains jailed under a $32,500 bond.The Florida Department of Transportation also may want to talk to defendant Carl J. Blahnik, 59, about an estimated $30,000 in damage he caused to the Florida Keys' longest bridge during his wild ride.
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Why American Students Are Flocking to Germany %u2014 and Staying - NBC News - More than 10,000 U.S. students are presently enrolled in the country's higher education programs, according to data from the Institute for International Education. It's an increase of almost 9 percent compared to the previous academic year, and 25 percent more than in 2008-2009.
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This is Cuba's Netflix, Hulu, and Spotify %u2013 all without the internet - Vox - "El Paquete Semanal" (the Weekly Package) is a weekly trove of digital content —everything from American movies to PDFs of Spanish newspapers — that is gathered, organized, and transferred by a human web of runners and dealers to the entire country. It is a prodigious and profitable operation.I went behind the scenes in Havana to film how El Paquete works. Check out the video above to see how Cubans bypass censorship to access the media we take for granted.
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A Louisiana Tribe Is Now Officially A Community Of Climate Refugees - Auuuuh....herrrrrrr....some national leaders say there is no climate change. They might also be anti science and believe the world is 6000 years, cause the Bible told them so. Go figure. Deep in the bayous of Louisiana, about 80 miles southwest of New Orleans, lies the Isle de Jean Charles, a tiny swath of land that's all but vanished into the Gulf of Mexico.Over the last half-century or so, the island has fallen victim to irresponsible oil and gas extraction practices and the effects of climate change. Many of its residents -- members of the Isle de Jean Charles Band of Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw Native Americans -- have been forced to flee.
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Is this the ultimate fish story? 350-pound tiger shark torn up in boat prop in Lower Keys | News | KeysNet - Dave Kampo didn't catch any fish when he went out on his 35-foot Rampage Jan. 14 but that doesn't mean he came back to the dock without a catch.The Marathon resident was shocked when he found a tiger shark mangled between the pod and the propeller of one of his 370 horse power Bravo diesel engines.
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Digger driver wins share of 3,339 Roman coins he found levelling a hockey pitch - Telegraph - A JCB driver who dug up 3,000 rare Roman coins which he put in a carrier bag will be able to keep the cash despite colleagues claiming it was a team find.
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Millions in gold dug up in Bavarian garden - The Local - Police got involved after a stash of gold worth millions was dug up in the back garden of a house in eastern Bavaria – just after the owner of the house had died.
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Fire engulfs Dubai hotel ahead of New Year celebrations - A huge fire has engulfed a 63-storey hotel in central Dubai ahead of a New Year's Eve firework display.Despite the blaze at the Address hotel, the display at the nearby Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, started as planned at midnight.
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Massive Methane Leak Displaces Thousands in Southern California - NBC News - Utility officials in Southern California say they have determined the underground location of a pipe leak that has spewed natural gas into the air since late October — but it could be months before they are able to fix the rupture that has driven up the state's methane emissions and chased thousands of families from their homes.
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Another New Low Saudi Arabia Threatens to Sue Twitter Users Who Compare it to ISIS | Liberty Blitzkrieg - Saudi Arabia never, ever disappoints when it comes to barbarism and backwardness. The latest example is a supposed threat to sue a Twitter user for making the obvious and accurate comparison of the regime to ISIS, something I myself have done on countless occasions.
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Why It Matters That The Planned Parenthood Shooting Suspect Has Been Accused Of Domestic Violence | ThinkProgress - In the aftermath of a shooting at a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic that left three people dead, more details are emerging about the suspected gunman, 57-year-old Robert Lewis Dear. According to police reports, Dear has a long history of getting in trouble with law enforcement — including several instances of being accused of preying on women.
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8 dead, 5 in grave condition, 25 more hospitalised after drinking fake Jack Daniels - Online scam led to mass alcohol poisoning in Krasnoyarsk.
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S.F. holiday window display presents festive sex toys - SFGate - Holiday window displays are as much a part of the season as Santa at the mall and outdoor skating rinks, but is it too much for a sex toy shop to do a holiday window display of festively colored dildos?
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US Ally, Saudi Arabia, Just Sentenced a Poet to Death - Ashraf Fayadh is a Palestinian poet who was sentenced to death this week by US ally, Saudi Arabia.Fayadh harmed no one, however, the religious police of Saudi Arabia sentenced him to death on Tuesday for his choice of words.According to the Guardian, the religious police first detained Fayadh in August 2013 after receiving a complaint that he was cursing against Allah and the prophet Muhammad, insulting Saudi Arabia and distributing a book of his poems that promoted atheism.
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New Orleans shooting: 16 hurt during filming of video - CNN.com - Several hundred people had gathered at Bunny Friend Playground for an impromptu music video filming late Sunday when two groups began firing on each other, the New Orleans Police Department said in a statement.
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More Mexicans Now Exiting the US, Not Entering - This may come as a surprise to anyone calling for a border fence: There are actually more Mexicans exiting the US than arriving here, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis. Between 2009 and 2014, an estimated 870,000 Mexican nationals came to the US from Mexicobut a million Mexicans went back the other way.
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First hint of 'life after death' in biggest ever scientific study - Telegraph - Death is a depressingly inevitable consequence of life, but now scientists believe they may have found some light at the end of the tunnel.The largest ever medical study into near-death and out-of-body experiences has discovered that some awareness may continue even after the brain has shut down completely.
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Dog named Trigger steps on gun, shoots owner - Sometimes you have to hunt for a good story. Other times it does the hunting for you. Allie Carter was hunting with her dog Trigger in northern Indiana over the weekend when she became the object of an international punch line. The 25-year-old laid her 12-gauge shotgun on the ground. The safety was off. Her 10-year-old chocolate lab did the rest. "A dog stepped on the trigger, causing the gun to go off and strike a female hunter in the foot," Indiana Conservation Officer Jonathon Boyd told CNN affiliate WBND.
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South East Asia haze: Deadly cost of Indonesia's burning land - BBC News - The Indonesian health ministry says hundreds of thousands of people are now suffering from respiratory illnesses after breathing in hazardous smoke caused by peatland fires.The fires, often started to clear forest for plantations, have been burning for weeks, sending heavy haze across the region.
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Maine Now Allows Concealed Carry Without Permit - Will Maine turn into Chicago, LA, or Newark? No. It may be politically incorrect to point this out, but statistically, they have no blacks or Mexicans. Vermont has allowed anybody to carry a pistol or revolver anywhere for decades. No permit needed. Vermont has almost no violent crime, also. Maybe other things need to be banned-the source of the crimes, maybe?
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French president in Iceland to see global warming's damage - The French president took a few steps on an Icelandic glacier Friday to experience firsthand the damage caused by global warming, ahead of major U.N. talks on climate change in Paris this year.
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Texas: 14-Year Old Virgin Falls Pregnant After Flu Shot World News Daily Report - A 14-year old schoolgirl has suffered serious complications after a flu shot allegedly left the young girl terribly ill and with severe cramps, until the family doctor finally realized weeks later she had been impregnated by the vaccine, reports the Forth Worth Telegram this week.

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China's Middle Class Overtakes US as World's Largest - China's middle class has surpassed that of the United States to become the world's largest, according to the 2015 Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report.
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Rising numbers of Americans believe climate science, poll shows | Environment | The Guardian - Around 70% of Americans believe in the science behind global warming - the highest level of acceptance in the US since 2008 - according to a new survey.
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Indian man beheads wife, walks down street with her head in his hand - Man casually walking along the street with a woman's blood-stained head in one hand and an axe in the other sounds like stuff out of a horror movie... but it's what locals saw in an Indian city on Friday.Passers-by in the streets of an Indian city were shocked to see a man walking with the chopped-off head of his wife in his hand. In the other hand he was holding the axe he allegedly used to behead his spouse.
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Russian Air Force destroys 29 ISIS camps in Syria in 24 hours - Russian warplanes in Syria have bombed 29 terrorist field camps and other facilities of the militant group Islamic State in the past 24 hours, the Russian Defense Ministry reported.
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Four Students Arrested in Alleged Mass Shooting Plot at California High School - In the wake of the deadly school shooting in Oregon, California officials have foiled a high school plot that could have caused numerous fatalities. In Tuolumne, California, four students at Summerville High School have been arrested on accusations of plotting a mass shooting.
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Is an ISIS top commander an AMERICAN jihadi? | Daily Mail Online - A Yazidi slave girl has claimed the high-ranking ISIS commander who held her prisoner was a white American who directed the terror group's attacks and received personal letters from its leader.Nada, 19, told MailOnline that US citizen Abu Abdullah al-Amriki (the American), 23, boasted about how beautiful women from all over the world wanted to join him in Syria and that he always kept a vial of poison on him - in case he was captured in battle.
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Gunman Identified as Chris Harper Mercer - The New York Times - A law enforcement official has identified the gunman as Chris Harper-Mercer, 26, and said he had three weapons, handguns and at least one long gun.It was not clear whether he fired them all. Law enforcement officials said he lived in the Roseburg area, and they said one witness said that he asked about peoples’ religions before he began firing.
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Russias last Tsar exhumed, case reopened into murder of Romanov family %u2014 RT News - The remains of the last Russian emperor and his wife have been exhumed, while the Interior Ministry's Investigative Committee has reopened an investigation into the early 20th century murder of the Romanov family.
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Saudi Arabian beheadings poised to double in 2015 - Under King Salman's reign, someone is publicly executed every two days, including minors and the disabled.
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Telephone History Museum Destroyed in Recent California Wildfire - The JKL Museum of Telephony, dedicated to preserving the history of phones, was destroyed last week as one of the worst wildfires of the summer raged across the central valley of California.
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Beware the fake migrant images shared online - The arrival of tens of thousands of migrants in Europe has prompted an avalanche of false information and fake images posted on social media, often by far-right Internet users. They aim to use whatever means they can to convince people that these migrants should not be welcomed. FRANCE 24 's Observers debunk a few of these lies.
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Delta State shooting: Shooter at large after history professor killed | myfox8.com - A history professor was shot and killed at Mississippi's Delta State University on Monday, according to Bolivar County Deputy Coroner Murray Roark.
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Pro-refugee group push punk classic to no. 1 - The Local - "You're really thick as pigshit
That's why you feel fine
Hate is your attitude
Your blood is always boiling"
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American Adults Ready to Sell Their Organs to Repay Student Loans - What does it feel like to be an American adult forced to continue paying off a student loan? At some point, could you feel so unable to erase the debt you come up with the idea to sell one of your organs?
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Refugee crisis: Is climate change affecting mass migration? - John Kerry painted an apocalyptic vision of climate change last week as he addressed a global warming conference in Alaska. "You think migration is a challenge in Europe today because of extremism, wait until you see what happens when there's an absence of water, an absence of food, or one tribe fighting against another for mere survival," the US secretary of state warned. Few experts would argue with Kerry's analysis of the future, but some would argue his vision is already upon us.
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Syria only 'weeks away' from Bono charity single, warns UN | The Pan-Arabia Enquirer - As the world continues to reel from the latest harrowing revelations from Syria’s ongoing civil war, a fresh terror is now driving urgent efforts to find a lasting solution: the news U2 frontman Bono has ‘taken to the studio’ with the aim of producing a stirring ballad to highlight the suffering.
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El Chapo's son forgets to switch off location data in Twitter picture - The world's most wanted drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman may be hiding out in Costa Rica following his dramatic escape from Mexico's maximum security Altiplano prison in July.Costa Rican authorities are now investigating whether the boss of the Sinaloa Cartel secretly fled to the Central American nation after his son appeared to accidentally reveal his hideout on Twitter.While cocksure 29-year-old Jesus Alfredo Guzman Salazar regularly uses social media to boast about his father's prison bust and share new images of the fugitive, it appears he failed to disable a smart phone feature that automatically tags where an image was taken when it is posted online.
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ISIS Oil Revenue: Islamic State Makes Money By Selling Gas To Bashar Assad, New BBC2 Documentary Claims - They’re bitter enemies on the battlefield, but the Islamic State group and the Syrian government are willing partners in the marketplace. ISIS is trading oil from land it has seized in Syria to Syrian President Bashar Assad’s government for cash, according to a BBC documentary scheduled to air Wednesday night.
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People Smuggling in Sicily: Europe or Die | VICE News - In June the European Union (EU) responded to the huge numbers of migrants and refugees dying on its borders by launching an 11.8 million euro ($12.8m) a year naval mission. EUNAVFOR Med was launched to tackle human trafficking from North Africa, a major contributor to the migration crisis that has claimed 2,000 lives in the Mediterranean in 2015 alone.
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Poland radar image 'almost certainly Nazi train' - BBC News - A Polish official says ground-penetrating radar images have left him "99% convinced" that a World War Two German military train is buried near the south-western city of Walbrzych.
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Transgender porn quickly growing in popularity - While many Americans might say Caitlyn Jenner's much-watched interview with Diane Sawyer was their introduction to the transgender community, the adult entertainment industry says transgender porn has been a big seller for years—and it's getting bigger.Transgender porn has been steadily climbing in popularity for years and, with Jenner's emergence and the favorable publicity surrounding her decision, it has grown into a full-fledged phenomenon.
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Thousands Protest Against Malaysia's Najib Razak - WSJ - The planned protest, due to run through the weekend, follows a report in The Wall Street Journal last month that Malaysian investigators had traced nearly $700 million of deposits into what they believed were Mr. Najib’s personal bank accounts after the movement of cash among agencies, banks and companies linked to 1MDB. Mr. Najib is head of 1MDB’s advisory board.The Journal reported that the original source of the money was unclear and that the government investigation hadn’t detailed what happened to the money that allegedly went into Mr. Najib’s personal accounts. Mr. Najib has denied any wrongdoing or taking money for personal gain. The country’s antigraft agency said the money in Mr. Najib’s account was a donor contribution that originated from the Middle East. The donor wasn’t specified.
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The most hilarious revelation about the Ashley Madison hack yet - Was Ashley Madison a website full of married guys who spent their time trying to hook up with bots and/or other guys whom they thought were women? Gizmodo has taken a look at some of the leaked data about the website and has found that the reality is it’s “like a science fictional future where every woman on Earth is dead, and some Dilbert-like engineer has replaced them with badly-designed robots.”
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Ashley Madison: Two women explain how hack changed their lives - BBC News - The BBC has spoken to two women, one whose fiance used the site and one who used it herself.Neither wanted to be identified, but their stories give some hint of just how dramatic and wide-reaching the impact of the hack has been.
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Walmart to stop selling AR-15s and similar guns - Aug. 26, 2015 - Walmart said Wednesday that it will stop selling military-style semiautomatic rifles, including AR-15s.Walmart (WMT) spokesman Kory Lundberg said the move is in response to slumping demand.
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Alien Spaceship found crashed on Mars Human Face site | EUTimes.net - If you thought Star Destroyers were only found in Star Wars flicks, you may be wrong. A photo taken by NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover shows an object that, to some UFO lovers, looks like the same warships seen on the big screen.
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Barely a week after Tianjin blasts, Anhui warehouse goes up in flames: Shanghaiist - A massive warehouse fire broke out Thursday in Hefei city, Anhui, just a little over a week after a warehouse in Tianjin filled with dangerous chemicals exploded in one of the worst industrial disasters in China in recent memory.
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Bra stops bullet in hunting mishap miracle - The Local - A woman in Mecklenberg-Western Pomerania survived being accidentally shot in a hunting accident, Gadebusch-Rehnaer Zeitung reported on Friday because her bra somehow stopped the bullet.
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Cost of not acting on climate change $44 trillion: Citi - Up to $44 trillion could be going up in smoke if the world does not act on climate change, according to the latest piece of research from U.S. banking giant Citigroup.
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ISIS AIDS-bombs: Plans to send 16 HIV-positive fighters on suicide missions %u2013 report %u2014 RT News - The Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) terrorist group plans to send 16 of its fighters on suicide missions after they were tested positive for AIDS, a Syrian source claimed.The fighters are currently in quarantine in a hospital in the city of Mayadeen in the eastern Syrian province of Deir ez-Zor, the Kurdish Syrian ARA news reported.
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Paris science museum hit by fire | World news | The Guardian - Paris firefighters say a section of the city’s main science museum is ablaze and two firefighters have been injured fighting the flames.Commander Gabriel Plussaid the fire broke out in a section of the Cité des Sciences that is under construction. He said the adjacent exhibit halls and the museum’s Imax movie theatre had not caught fire but there remained a risk that the blaze could spread.
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Google Lost Data After Lightning Hit Its Data Center in Belgium - Despite the popular saying, lightning does strike twice, or even four times — as it did at a Google data center in Belgium last Thursday, causing problems for the next several days and leading to permanent data loss for a small percentage of unlucky users

I guess the Good Lord is Angry with Google LOL.
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N Korea threatens to invade US unless S Korean military exercises aren%t halted - North Korea has issued new nuclear threats to the US saying it will respond accordingly if Washington does not cancel military exercises with South Korea. Pyongyang says it is ready to use its latest weapons, which are “unknown to the world.”
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Woman accused of importing synthetic marijuana from China - For the second time in two weeks the Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office is reporting the discovery of synthetic narcotics that were allegedly purchased via mail order from a source in China.Last week the HCSO Narcotics Unit arrested a man and woman accused of paying $18,000 for approximately two pounds of the synthetic drug “gravel” with a street value of almost $120,000 from a source in China where it is manufactured.
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Ford announces new U.S production day after Trump blasts its $2.5 Mexican plant | Fox News Latino - A day after GOP Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump slammed Ford Motor Company for its plan to invest $2.5 billion in plants in Mexico, Ford announced that it is actually moving production out of Mexico to a plant outside of Cleveland.
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Siberia on fire - Huge infernos are burning 138,500 hectares in the Siberian Federal Dictrict, with the Republic of Buryatia and Irkutsk region hit the worst, with 82,700 and 47,900 hectares on fire respectively. These two areas border the lake, the deepest and oldest in the world. Smoke from the fires covers the city of Ulan-Ude and the eastern coast of Baikal. Bathers were caked in ash after dipping into in its cool waters.
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Coke funds health group that shifts blame away from soda - Aug. 10, 2015 - Coke is funding a health research organization that shifts blame away from sugary soda drinks as a cause of obesity.
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Weaponized weed triggering nude, psychotic rampages in NYC | New York Post - NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton warned Tuesday about the rise of what he called weaponized marijuana synthetic pot known as K2″ or Spice on the streets which makes users psychotic while giving them superhuman strength.
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Apple stock implosion shreds $113.4B - Apple (AAPL) shares fell significantly for the second day Tuesday bringing investors' paper losses to staggering levels and putting the stock further into correction territory.
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Police in Norway Haven't Killed Anyone in Nearly 10 Years - Police in Norway hardly ever use their guns, a new report released by the Scandinavian countrys government shows. In fact, its been almost 10 years since law enforcement shot and killed someone, in 2006.
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Israel, Not Iran, Started Middle East Nuclear Arms Race - Claims that the Iran deal will spark a nuclear arms race in the region ignore the fact that Israel has led the race for the last 65 years.
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Ohio Woman's Death in Police Custody Being Investigated - NBC News - The death of a woman who died while in police custody, after a domestic dispute outside of Cleveland, is now being investigated, Ohio officials said Monday.Ralkina Jones, 37, was arrested on Friday July 24 after getting into a fight with her ex-husband in a Save-a-Lot grocery store parking lot, according to a police report.
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Shot, crushed, drowned: Military training deaths revealed by MoD - Damning new figures reveal the scale of training deaths across the armed forces, with 125 soldiers, sailors, marines and airmen killed since 2000 in shooting, crushing and drowning incidents.
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Fukushima radiation causes daisies to grow strangely in Japan - It will surprise no one but mutant daisies with two connected flowers and four stems have been found growing near the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan.
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MD Found Murdered inside Florida Home Today. This makes 6 in 30 days, 5 still missing - et another doctor was just found murdered inside his home here on the East Coast of Florida. This makes six doctors to be found dead in the last month just from this region of the country alone. Four out of the six were found dead here in Florida. We lost the holistic Dr. Teresa Sievers, MD, who was found murdered in her Florida home just weeks ago. We’ve also lost the alternative Dr. Jeff Bradstreet, MD, who was found in a river with a gunshot to his chest. He’d recently moved to Georgia from Florida. We’ve also lost the Osteopath. Dr. Riley, who was found in Georgia at her home; just a few hours from the Florida border. She was found with a gunshot wound to her head.
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Nuclear Deal Means Iran Can Start Replacing Some of Its Museum-Vintage Jets - Bloomberg Business - The historic nuclear deal with Iran gives Boeing Co. and Airbus Group SE a rare opportunity to reshape a civilian aviation industry.Once the accord is implemented, the republic will be able to start replacing hundreds of museum-vintage jumbo jets that still rumble over Tehran as mainstays of an aviation fleet frozen in time by economic sanctions. The investment could total at least $20 billion.
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US torture doctors could face charges after report alleges post-9/11 'collusion' - The largest association of psychologists in the United States is on the brink of a crisis, the Guardian has learned, after an independent review revealed that medical professionals lied and covered up their extensive involvement in post-9/11 torture. The revelation, puncturing years of denials, has already led to at least one leadership firing and creates the potential for loss of licenses and even prosecutions. For more than a decade, the American Psychological Association (APA) has maintained that a strict code of ethics prohibits its more than 130,000 members to aid in the torture of detainees while simultaneously permitting involvement in military and intelligence interrogations. The group has rejected media reporting on psychologists complicity in torture; suppressed internal dissent from anti-torture doctors; cleared members of wrongdoing; and portrayed itself as a consistent ally against abuse.
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India reduces open defecation by 31 per cent: UN report - India has made moderate progress in reducing open defecation rates among its population and has succeeded in providing access to improved drinking water to more people in urban and rural areas, according to a UN report
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Obama's approval rating grows following memorable week - CNNPolitics.com - After months of stagnant approval ratings, a new CNN/ORC poll finds that for the first time in more than two years, 50% of Americans approve of the way Obama is handling the presidency. And his overall ratings are bolstered by increasingly positive reviews of his treatment of race relations and the economy.
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Snail's demise suggests sixth mass extinction is under way - The meek may, as the Bible says, inherit the Earth. But the spineless are going extinct. While vertebrate species like mammals and birds are mostly surviving the human-dominated epoch of Anthropocene better than expected, invertebrate species are disappearing in droves.
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Merkel: Greece deal must come on Saturday - Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande said a meeting of eurozone finance ministers on Saturday would be decisive for finding a debt deal for Greece.
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Sheep stay silent in war of words over whether animals can suffer verbal abuse - ABC Rural (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) - "The allegation was that bad language was used by an employee on the property in front of the sheep, and that they could have been offended by the use of bad language."
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Woman Arrested For Biting Off Pit Bull%s Testicles (MADISON, West Virginia) - Witnesses told police this week that they pleaded with Boone county resident, Audrey Ranch, 62, to stop hurting her sons pit bull, but she refused.
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Takata air bag recall becomes biggest ever in U.S. - Air bag maker Takata Corp. has agreed to declare 33.8 million of its inflator mechanisms defective, effectively doubling the number of cars and trucks that have been recalled in the U.S. so far.
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Indonesia: Military Imposing Virginity Tests - International military physicians convening in Indonesia should urge President Joko Widodo to abolish discriminatory and invasive virginity tests for female recruits and fiances of military officers in the Indonesian armed forces, Human Rights Watch said today. The International Committee of Military Medicine (ICMM), a Belgium-based intergovernmental organization dedicated to fostering professional collaboration between members of the Armed Forces Medical Services of all States will convene its world conference in Bali on May 17-22, 2015.
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Video: Swedish underwater gay sailor to scare off Russian submarines - Telegraph - Swedish peace activists have come up with a novel way to fend off intruding submarines thought to come from Russia - an underwater singing sailor that emits a Morse code signal saying, This way if you are gay.
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Forest fires heading for Chernobyl nuclear plant - The Ukrainian National Guard has been put on high alert due to worsening forest fires around the crippled Chernobyl nuclear power plant, according to Ukraine Interior Minister Arsen Avakov.
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Spider that can give men four-hour erections found in Tesco bananas - A mother was scared stiff after opening a bunch of supermarket bananas and finding rare spiders whose bite can give a man a painful four-hour erection.Maria Layton, 43, spotted the arachnids after opening the bag of yellow fruit she bought from Tesco

Azprick spotted running to Tesco ...
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Native Actors Walk off Set of Adam Sandler Movie After Insults to Women, Elders - ICTMN.com - Approximately a dozen Native actors and actresses, as well as the Native cultural advisor, left the set of Adam Sandlers newest film production, The Ridiculous Six, on Wednesday. The actors, who were primarily from the Navajo nation, left the set after the satirical westerns script repeatedly insulted native women and elders and grossly misrepresented Apache culture.
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More Hongkongers renewing British overseas passports amid political unease | South China Morning Post - More Hongkongers are choosing to renew their BN(O) passports marking a turnaround in the document's decline, the British government revealed.The number of British National (Overseas) passports renewed by Hongkongers rose 22,022 last year, after falling to a near-record low of 7,654 renewals in 2011, according to British government figures provided in response to a freedom of information request.
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Devout Christian Horrified Over Satanic 666 License Plate From DMV - A Berkeley woman loves her new car, but has a big problem with her new randomly generated license plates ending in 666. I could not believe it, said Bobbie Larkins, a devout Christian. It sent a chill through my entire body.
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Top Google executive killed in Nepal quake, 100s of foreign tourists missing - The head of privacy at the secretive Google X facility was one of the 18 people killed in an avalanche at Mount Everest, triggered by the Nepal earthquake. Hundreds of foreign nationals are also feared dead or are missing.
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FBI agent's sniper rifle stolen out of car's safe through the WINDOW at Salt Lake City hotel... just days before President Obama's Utah visit | Daily Mail Online - An FBI agent's sniper rifle was ripped out of his car's window and stolen from a Salt Lake City hotel parking lot just days before President Obama visited Utah earlier this month.The gun was inside a hard rifle case and was 'secured properly' to a truck safe with padlocks and chains while the car was parked at the Marriott Springhill Suites, according to police.
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Police: Oklahoma reserve deputy accidentally shoots and kills suspect | 6abc.com - TULSA, Okla. --Disturbing video released by authorities Friday reveals the moments when an Oklahoma man was accidentally shot and killed by a deputy who meant to stun him with a Taser, according to the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office.
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Gun Deaths Have Now Surpassed Auto Deaths In 16 States (VIDEO) - During every single gun debate, there is someone who argues that cars are more deadly than guns and in a very simple way, they are. However, if you take into account the fact that more people have cars than have guns and that cars are operational for far more hours than guns are, guns are far more deadly.In 16 states, though, gun deaths have outpaced automobile deaths, despite the fact that there are only half as many households with guns. Perhaps not ironically, one of those states is Tennessee, the home to the upcoming NRA convention.
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Inside the Kremlin's hall of mirrors - The thing that Margo Gontar found easiest to deal with were the dead children. They were all over her computer screens on news sites and social media next to headlines that blamed the deaths on Ukrainian fascist gangs trained by Nato. It was early 2014, Crimea had just been taken over by soldiers who seemed Russian and sounded Russian but who were wearing no national insignia, and who Vladimir Putin, with a little grin, had just told the whole world were not Russian at all. Now eastern Ukraine was being taken over by separatists. Gontar was trying to fight back.
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President Obama links public health and climate change - CNN.com - Debates on climate change can break down fairly fast. There are those who believe that mankind's activities are changing the planet's climate, and those who don't.But a new way to talk about climate change is emerging, which shifts focus from impersonal discussions about greenhouse gas emissions and power plants to a very personal one: your health.
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Report: At Least 1.3 Million People Killed In US War On Terror - A recent report found that in the estimated number of casualties from the United States War on Terror, at least 1.3 million people were killed in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan. While the report emphasizes that this is a conservative estimate, 1.3 million is 10 times higher than the number of casualties previously reported by mainstream media in the US.
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Antarctica May Have Hit Highest Temperature on Record - Scientists have measured what is likely the highest temperature ever on Antarctica: 63.5 degrees Fahrenheit (17.5 Celsius).
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Arkansas governor calls for changes to controversial 'religious freedom' bill | US news | The Guardian - Governor Asa Hutchinson wants state legislature to pass follow-up measure to bill facing backlash from gay rights groups who say it allows discrimination
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Air Canada flight crashes on runway in Halifax - Air Canada flight 624 has crashed on a runway at Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Canada, the airline has confirmed. The plane reportedly hit power lines and sustained extensive damage upon crash-landing. No passengers were killed.
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Israel must end its 50-year occupation of Palestine, the White House says - Middle East - World - The Independent - Israel must end its 50-year occupation of the Palestinian territories, Barack Obama’s White House has said.In a speech on Monday, the White House chief of staff Denis McDonough called into question the Israeli government’s commitment to finding a peaceful solution to the Middle East conflict.
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It's Official: Americans Are Stupid - As Americans, we tend to be pretty full of ourselves, and this is especially true of our young people. But do we really have reason for such pride? According to a shocking new report from the Educational Testing Service, Americans between the ages of 20 and 34 are way behind young adults in other industrialized nations when it comes to literacy, mathematics and technological proficiency. Even though more Americans than ever are going to college, we continue to fall farther and farther behind intellectually. So what does this say about us? Sadly, the truth is that Americans are stupid. Our education system is an abysmal failure, and our young people spend most of their free time staring at the television, their computers or their mobile devices. And until we are honest with ourselves about this, our intellectual decline is going to get even worse.
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BBC News - Where's Putin? The best of the memes - Russian President Vladimir Putin has not been seen in public for nearly two weeks and the internet has responded to his vanishing act in the only way it knows how: memes.
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Kremlin posts images of Vladimir Putin after health rumors swirl - CNN.com - Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared in a series of photos released by the Kremlin on Friday after a week in which canceled engagements led to speculation over his health.
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Missing Putin found in Switzerland for birth of love child | New York Post - From Russia, with love child. Vladimir Putin hasn’t been seen in public for more than a week — and rampant speculation over the Russian president’s whereabouts took a wild turn on Friday with reports he was in Switzerland for the birth of his secret daughter.
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China and Canada to issue each other's citizens 10-year visas: Shanghaiist - China and Canada will grant each other's citizens visas that remain valid for up to 10 years, Beijing's Foreign Minister announced, in an agreement that will go into effect starting today.
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A former intern found the video CNN planned to play at the end of the world | The Verge - When CNN launched in 1980, founder Ted Turner already knew how it was going to end. "Barring satellite problems, we won't be signing off until the world ends," he reportedly said. "When the end of the world comes, we'll play 'Nearer My God To Thee' before we sign off."
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Almost half of Americans disapprove of invitation for Israel's Netanyahu to make Congress speech, new poll shows | Daily Mail Online - Half of American voters think that congressional Republican's inviting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak on Capitol Hill was a bad idea, a new poll shows.Forty-eight per cent of respondents in a new poll say they disapproved of Republican House Speaker John Boehner offering the Middle Eastern leader an invitation to speak to Congress without first clearing it with President Obama.
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The rise and rise of the upmarket orgy - Yet according to cultural anthropologist Katherine Frank, author of Plays Well in Groups: A Journey Through the World of Group Sex, to orgy aficionados, only 12 is indeed a drop in the ocean. There are plenty of large, organised sex social groups, parties and conferences that take place all over the world, she says. If thats what you enjoy, you can easily find something to suit your taste every weekend.
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Mom kills son, then self at gun range - US news - A central Florida woman who fatally shot her son then killed herself at a shooting range wrote in suicide notes to her boyfriend that she was trying to save her son."I'm so sorry," Marie Moore wrote several times. "I had to send my son to heaven and myself to Hell."She signed two of the notes "Failed Queen."
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Dolphins Are Still Dying Five Years After the Deepwater Horizon Disaster | TakePart - Dolphins in the Gulf of Mexico continue to die at high rates five years after the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, according to a new government-funded study.
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Rare Shark That Inspired Sea Monster Myths Is Caught - Frilled sharks are rarely seen denizens of the deep that resemble their dinosaur-era ancestors.
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ISIS May Have Faked Egyptian Beheading Video - Several technical mistakes in the video point to it being faked, said Kahn, including the part that made the jihadists appear to be more than seven feet tall, or as much as two feet above their Christian victims. This won't keep Americans from hating who they are told to hate. Cut to the scene in 1984-"Two Minutes Of Hate"
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Idaho college official accused of offering scholarships for sex - The financial aid director for a community college in northern Idaho, who was accused of offering scholarships to students in exchange for sex, is no longer employed at the school, its president said on Thursday.
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Nude woman masturbates on Florida street, stops traffic - Amie Carter, 31, was found naked and under the influence of 'a heavy unknown substance' after her debauched stroll down an Orlando street, according to a police report. Police said she masturbated in front of a car, climbed on top of it, stomped on the hood and threw a cell phone at another car.
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Charles Manson wedding off after it emerges that fiancee Afton Elaine Burton 'just wanted his corpse for display' - People - News - The Independent - Serial killer Charles Manson's supposed budding romance with a woman 53 years his junior has been allegedly exposed as a money-making scheme.
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Artist Claims Hanging Penis Sculptures Are Clouds - Residents of Auckland, New Zealand are suspicious of claims that these newly-installed aluminum mesh sculptures at a train station in New Lynn are meant to resemble clouds:
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How 'The Simpsons' Paid Tribute To Charlie Hebdo - Digg - This animation of Maggie standing in front of a red, white and blue background, holding a “Je Suis Charlie” flag flashed at the very end of last night's episode of "The Simpsons."
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BBC News - Female jihadist 'guide' to life under IS - Just what exactly is life like for a female jihadist living amongst the extremists of Islamic State (IS)?A lengthy treatise has been published online in Arabic by female IS supporters in Iraq and Syria, calling themselves the Khansaa Brigades. Aimed primarily at attracting female recruits from Saudi Arabia and the Gulf, it sets out to answer questions and debunk myths.
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Thousands of cats rescued as they are transported into Vietnam to be eaten | Daily Mail Online - A truck packed with thousands of live cats destined for the dinner table in Vietnam has been stopped by police.Cat meat- known locally as 'little tiger'- is an increasingly popular delicacy in the Southeast Asian country. While officially banned, it can still be found in specialist restaurants.The three tons of cats, which were crammed into bamboo cages stacked on top of each other, were seized in the capital of Hanoi on Tuesday but their lives are still in the balance as police decide whether or not they should be destroyed.

Rescued so they can be destroyed ... so sad ...
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Drone footage reveals ghost Soviet military base hidden in German forest %u2014 RT News - One of the largest military bases the USSR ever had on foreign soil – a settlement with dozens of apartment blocks – has been captured on camera by a drone. The impressive video shows a mega-compound, abandoned 20 years ago, gradually succumbing to decay.
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Fox News more wrong than ever: New Politifact review finds pundits spewing mostly lies - Fox News promotes the most false information among TV news outlets, according to a fact-checking watchdog and the problem is only getting worse.
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FBI: 3 Russians charged with spying, 1 arrested in New York - Federal prosecutors in the United States have announced charges against three Russian men who allegedly operated an international spy ring based out of New York City.
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China, Russia Plan $242 Billion Beijing-Moscow Rail Link - Bloomberg - China will build a 7,000-kilometer (4,350-mile) high-speed rail link from Beijing to Moscow, at a cost of 1.5 trillion yuan ($242 billion), Beijing’s city government said on the social networking site Weibo.
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The meth-toting drone that crashed in Tijuana - A drug-toting drone has crashed into a supermarket parking lot in Mexico, a couple of miles from the U.S. border.Authorities said the remote-controlled drone was toting more than six pounds of methamphetamine when it crashed Tuesday night in Tijuana, near the San Ysidro Border Crossing and about 15 miles from San Diego.
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Climate change brings world closer to 'doomsday', say scientists - Climate change and the danger of nuclear war pose an ever-growing threat to civilization and are bringing the world closer to doomsday, a group of prominent scientists and Nobel laureates said Thursday.
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I m sorry, Mum. I shot Corbin : Baby shot dead by five-year-old brother - The West Australian - Ms Widerholt told 911 her son had shot her baby in the head with a paintball gun having seen her kids playing with one in the living room, but a real firearm was found at the scene, Sheriff White said.
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Gunman identified in Boston hospital shooting that left 1 critical | Fox News - A man shot a doctor inside a leading Boston hospital Tuesday, critically wounding the physician before killing himself.Authorities said Stephen Pasceri, 55, entered Brigham and Women's Hospital sometime before 11 a.m. and specifically requested the doctor, who police declined to name because he is a victim.
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Asteroid half-a-kilometre wide is headed our way, will pass Earth on Australia Day - Scientists and amateur astronomers are preparing for a once-in-a-decade chance to monitor an asteroid flying close by Earth on January 26, Australia Day.
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Saudi cleric issues fatwa on snowmen - Religious leader forbids building of anti-Islamic idols that might resemble human beings, after winter storm in north of country
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Sharks are eating the internet in Vietnam - News - Goddamnit sharks, first you threaten Los Angeles in a giant tornado, and now you've set your sights on the internet?
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Anonymous declares war against terrorists for Paris attack - NY Daily News - The shady faction of hackers known as Anonymous have declared a cyber war against terrorists for the Charlie Hebdo massacre. A member of the leaderless outfit announced Wednesday its volunteers would protect free speech from obscurantism and mysticism after staffers with the satirical magazine were massacred by two gunmen.
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Scientists Tremble As Asteroid Army Hurtles Towards Earth - An unsettling report prepared by the Aerospace Defence Forces (ADF) that is circulating in the Kremlin today appears to show that many scientists are in fear of the potential effects to our solar system of what they term is an “asteroid army” of at least 83 giant space objects due to hurtle past Earth and Mars over the next three months.
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Underground Nazi lab where Third Reich worked on secret nuclear bomb uncovered | Metro News - An underground Nazi labyrinth where slaves laboured on high-tech weapons including a secret nuclear missile programme has been uncovered in Austria.
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500 accidents an hour: Snowbound Moscow stuck in worst ever Christmas traffic (PHOTOS, VIDEO) %u2014 RT News - Moscow was gripped by the worst gridlock ever seen as unexpectedly severe snowfall hit the Russian capital on Christmas Day, literally paralyzing the city. Police registered up to 500 road accidents an hour and 200 flights were delayed.
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Woman who tries to sell daughter to save husband receives 1.27 million, donates 600,000 to charity: Shanghaiist - A woman, who tried to sell her baby daughter on the street in Fuzhou to raise money for her husband's surgery, has reportedly already received 1.27 million Chinese yuan in donations from more than 3,000 people.
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Lightning Strike Allegedly Obliterates Car Full Of Robbers After Raiding Russian Church [Video] - Dash cam footage has emerged online showing what is claimed to be a lightning strike blowing to pieces a car full of robbers who had just raided a local church and were being chased on a highway by Russian police.
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AVN - Take That, Jong-un! Hustler Plans 'The Interview' Porn Parody - Poking a finger in Hollywood's eye as well as getting a jump on any potential porn parody contenders, Hustler Video has already announced plans to produce a porn parody of Sony's beleaguered comedy, The Interview, starring Seth Rogen and James Franco.
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12 arrested as #blacklivesmatter protesters descend upon Mall of America during Christmas crush - Hundreds of protesters against police violence shut down part of the Mall of America in Minnesota on Saturday, during the final weekend before Christmas as shoppers scrambled to buy gifts at one of the nation’s largest shopping centers, a community group member said.
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Thief fakes heart attack so friend can steal toys in Florida Walmart, cops say | Fox News - Authorities say a man faked a heart attack inside a Florida Walmart store so his friend could steal toys.The men -- 30-year-old Tarus Scott and 27-year-old Genard Dupree -- were arrested Tuesday on grand theft charges.
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Mystery In Texas Meteorologist's Shooting Deepens - ABC News - Police in Texas don't have a suspect or a motive in the daytime shooting of a TV meteorologist multiple times in the station's parking lot.The suspect fled on foot as the weatherman was able to drive a short distance in his bullet-riddled car to get help.
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Eight children slain in their home in Cairns were found by their brother - Eight children, aged between 18 months and 15 years, dead in their Cairns home, their lives ended by violence.
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'Face-sitting' protest over UK porn censorship law - Visitors to the Houses of Parliament on Friday may have seen more than they bargained for. Protesters against new rules limiting online pornography gathered to simulate some of the now-banned sex acts, including "face-sitting."
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The Latest on Powerful California Storm - Here is the latest on the storm hitting California gathered by AP reporters across the state:
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Woman Visits Toys R Us, Pays Off All Layaway Accounts - A woman is being hailed as a layaway angel after she went into a Toys ‘R’ Us store in Bellingham, Mass., on Wednesday and paid off every open layaway account -- giving about 150 customers with items on layaway an early Christmas present.
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Cat eats his way through $1100 meal of best fish after breaking into an airport duty-free shop - 'Not only did he eat plaice, flounder and flatfish, he also tore packages with dried octopus and other seafood delicacies,' complained Irina Kuzmina, the owner of the shop. A video of the cat has gone viral. Airport security are unsure how the ginger cat sneaked into the terminal.
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Fidel Castro wins China's version of Nobel Peace Prize - Former Cuban president Fidel Castro has been awarded China's version of the Nobel Peace Prize for his "important contributions" to world peace, local reports say.
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Mother jailed for promoting terrorism on Facebook - An extremist mother-of-six who took pictures of her toddler son holding a toy gun and daydreamed about sending his eight-year-old brother to fight jihad when he grows up has been jailed for five years and three months for promoting terrorism on social media. Runa Khan revealed her views on Facebook, encouraging Muslim women to urge male relatives to fight and posting a picture of a suicide vest. She also praised an article giving tips on how to prepare young children for jihad and unwittingly passed a route to Syria to an undercover police officer.
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Isis: the inside story - One of the Islamic States senior commanders reveals exclusive details of the terror groups origins inside an Iraqi prison right under the noses of their American jailers.
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Its official: America is now No. 2 - Hang on to your hats, America. And throw away that big, fat styrofoam finger while youre about it. Theres no easy way to say this, so Ill just say it: Were no longer No. 1. Today, were No. 2. Yes, its official. The Chinese economy just overtook the United States economy to become the largest in the world. For the first time since Ulysses S. Grant was president, America is not the leading economic power on the planet. It just happened and almost nobody noticed.
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Woman poisons roommates after they catch her having sex with dogs - Times LIVE - 53-year-old Shari Walters allegedly poisoned her roommates after one of them caught her having sex with one of their dogs, Spike accordi
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Edward Snowden wins Swedish human rights award for NSA revelations | US news | The Guardian - Whistleblower Edward Snowden received several standing ovations in the Swedish parliament after being given the Right Livelihood award for his revelations of the scale of state surveillance.Snowden, who is in exile in Russia, addressed the parliament by video from Moscow. In a symbolic gesture, his family and supporters said no one picked up the award on his behalf in the hope that one day he might be free to travel to Sweden to receive it in person.
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Young Inventors Sued for $1 Million - A Watertown teen and her younger sister have come up with a simple way to keep your smartphone or tablet clean in what sounds like the American Dream come true. But now the girls' family is on the receiving end of a million-dollar lawsuit.
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Support for Isis stronger in Arabic social media in Europe than in Syria - Analysis of 2m online posts found those originating in Europe were more favourable to Isis than those from frontline of conflict
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China overtakes Japan as world's second-biggest stock market | The Japan Times - China surpassed Japan as the world’s second-largest stock market for the first time in three years amid growing investor confidence that policymakers in Beijing will revive the economy with monetary stimulus.
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Russia turns to guns to stem high murder rate - While Russian violent crime has fallen in recent years, its murder rate is still fifth highest in the world, and is much higher than that in the United States. Access to firearms is limited. The move to liberalize gun laws there contrasts with well-financed efforts to increase restrictions in this country, despite documentation from the Bureau of Justice Statistics that prompted Forbes to acknowledge, As gun sales soar, gun crimes plummet.
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Swedish sex education campaigning to have a word for female masturbation officially recognised | Daily Mail Online - In Sweden there is no commonly accepted word for female masturbation, so the country's sex education group has launched a competition to establish one.The Swedish Association for Sexuality Education (RFSU) – an organisation that promotes an 'open, positive view of sex and relationship issues' – has so far received more than a thousand suggestions after launching the contest earlier this month.
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Gunman opens fire in Florida State University library - CNN.com - Gunshots rattled a peaceful, packed Florida State University library early Thursday, with three people getting hurt as hundreds of students huddled between bookshelves before police encountered and killed the gunman outside.
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INTERPOL TARGETS ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME - An INTERPOL operation targeting fugitives wanted for environmental crimes is calling on the public worldwide to help locate them and bring them to justice.
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Japan s smartphone zombies wreak havoc on the streets - When the lights change at the Shibuya crossing in Japan's capital, one of the world's busiest pedestrian thoroughfares, hundreds of people with their eyes glued to smartphones pick their way over the road.Despite being engrossed in the latest instalment of Candy Crush or busy chatting with their friends on messaging app Line, most manage to weave around cyclists, skateboarders and fellow Tokyoites.
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STUDY: American personal freedom now ranks below 20 other countries - The nations overall personal freedom score has declined by 17 percent since 2009, with a 22 percent drop in combined civil liberty and free choice contributing to that decline. USA, USA, USA!
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ISIS Could Establish Own Currency Using Pure Gold and Silver Coins; Could Depreciate Value of the Dollar - Reports have emerged indicating that the Islamic State is planning to soon circulate its own form of currency in areas under its control, and plans to issue pure solid gold and silver gold dinar coins that it hopes will help devalue Western currencies.

Not enough gold in the world to replace Dollar, Yen, Euro and Yuan
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Lara Logan shoots story on Ebola in Liberia, forgets to interview Africans, gets 'self-quarantined' in luxury hotel %u2014 RT USA - CBS News reporter Lara Logan made waves after going to Liberia to film a story on the Ebola epidemic but not interviewing a single Liberian, who were ignored for American experts.Despite not contacting any Ebola patients, Logan and her crew "self-quarantined" themselves in a luxury hotel in South Africa. Neither the reporter nor the four other quarantined CBS employees have shown any symptoms of Ebola, the deadly virus that has killed nearly 5,000 people in West Africa.
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Maryland teen had gun, explosives for school shooting: cops - Police say Sash Alexander Nemphos, 16, was fully equipped to kill at his school last week but it was whiskey that stopped him from pulling the trigger.
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California plans to issue 1.4 million driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants under new law | Fox News Latino - California Division of Motor Vehicles is preparing for roughly 1.4 million new drivers license applicants after Jan. 1. Thats when Assembly Bill 60, or the Safe and Responsible Drivers Act, goes into effect.

Guaranteed to upset the Tea Party.
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Another Arizona Immigration Law Struck Down - ABC News - Arizona's frustrations over federal enforcement of the state's border with Mexico spawned a movement nearly a decade ago to have local police confront illegal immigration. Now, the state's experiment in immigration enforcement is falling apart in the courts.
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German spies say Isis oil isn't money gusher - The Local - A German intelligence report suggests estimates of the oil wealth of terror group the Islamic State (Isis) are wildly overstated.
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France Arrests 3 With Drones By Power Plant - NYTimes.com - Two men and a woman were questioned by the police on Thursday after being arrested in possession of two drones near the Belleville-sur-Loire nuclear power plant in central France, news agencies reported.
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China researchers discover method for recycling silicone | Motherboard - Americans love sex toyswe spend $15 billion on them every year. But when were done using them, we dont have much recourse other than to dump them into landfills. Fortunately, researchers in China have developed a new technique for recycling silicone, the rubbery plastic substance used in an increasingly large number of bedroom playthings.
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Mars Hill Church Will Close Its Doors for Good - Very big, very unexpected news out of Mars Hill today. Following the sudden, surprise resignation of famously controversial pastor Mark Driscoll, the massive, multisite church he founded will dissolve over the next two months. Each of the 13 churches that comprised Mars Hills' empire will either go their own way, merge with another church or close their doors for good. As Mars Hills teaching pastor Dave Bruskas wrote in a letter to the church today:
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Amelia Earhart Plane Fragment Identified - A fragment of Amelia Earhart's lost aircraft has been identified to a high degree of certainty for the first time ever since her plane vanished over the Pacific Ocean on July 2, 1937, in a record attempt to fly around the world at the equator.
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Embedding Is Not Copyright Infringement, EU Court Rules | TorrentFreak - The Court of Justice of the European Union handed down a landmark verdict this week. The Court ruled that embedding copyrighted videos is not copyright infringement, even if the source video was uploaded without permission.
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Obese crash test dummies key to prevent road deaths? - Car safety testing has come a long way since the days of dropping cadavers down unused elevator shafts in the 1930s.That we enjoy greater peace of mind on the road -- with fatal accidents in the US at historic lows -- is largely due to the evolution of crash test dummies. Vehicle manufacturers must prove their safety wi dummies before they can be legally sold in the US and Europe, and these unsung heroes have developed into extraordinarily sophisticated tools for collecting data and assessing risk.
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Assaults by armed clowns spark wave of panic in France - A wave of panic sparked by evil clowns stalking French towns has spread to the south of France where police on Saturday night arrested 14 teenagers dressed as the pranksters, carrying pistols, knives and baseball bats.
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Feds chase criminal case against artist who marred rocks in parks - She calls it art, proudly signing her urban-influenced sketches and posting photos of them online, like a sort of Banksy in the wild.The National Park Service calls it criminal.The agency on Thursday announced it was investigating 21-year-old Casey Nocket's recent cross-country jaunt during which she allegedly painted faces and sketches on rock formations in as many as 10 national parks, including Rocky Mountain National Park.
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Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, Ottawa gunman, asked B.C. judge to send him to jail - British Columbia - CBC News - The man who shot and killed Cpl. Nathan Cirillo at the National War Memorial and was gunned down himself on Parliament Hill Wednesday morning told a B.C. judge almost three years ago that he was homeless and wanted to go to jail to help break his drug addiction.​
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Doctor tests positive for Ebola at New York hospital - Preliminary test confirms virus in Craig Spencer, a physician with Doctors Without Borders who had been working in west Africa
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Massive manhunt to find 2 suspects who shot 3 deputies and wounded a civilian in Sacramento & Placer counties | abc7news.com - Officials say they have apprehended a suspect in the fatal shooting of two deputies and the shooting of another deputy and a bystander.Placer County Sheriff's spokeswoman Dena Erwin says 34-year-old Marcelo Marquez was taken alive Friday afternoon from a home in Auburn.

More guns make for a safer community, right?
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Police: Shooter at school near Seattle is dead - CNN.com - The shooter who opened fire Friday morning at Washington state's Marysville-Pilchuck High School played football and was recently named to the homecoming court.Freshman Jaylen Fryberg was in the school's cafeteria, went up to a table with students, "came up from behind ... and fired about six bullets into the backs of them," witness Jordan Luton told CNN. "They were his friends, so it wasn't just random," Luton said.

More guns make for a safer community!
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Britain mulls 2-year prison sentence for people found guilty of trolling - People found guilty of Internet trolling in Britain could be jailed for up to two years under government proposals outlined on Sunday, following a number of high-profile case of abuse on Twitter.
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German motorcycle gang joins Isis fight - The Local - Members of a German motorcycle gang have travelled to Syria to join Kurds fighting against Islamic extremists (Isis), raising the prospect of Germans fighting Germans in Syria and Iraq.
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Advert of woman s breasts causes 500 car crashes in 24 hours - An advertisement showing a woman's bare breasts has reportedly caused more than 500 accidents in a single day after a poorly-thought out promotional campaign.The photograph shows a woman cupping her breasts with her hand, with a thin blue strip across the nipples.
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David Greenglass, spy who sent sister Ethel Rosenberg to electric chair, dies | World news | theguardian.com - David Greenglass – who served 10 years in prison for his role in the most explosive atomic spying case of the Cold War, and gave testimony that sent his sister Ethel Rosenberg and her husband to the electric chair – has died aged 92.Greenglass, who admitted decades after the trial that he lied in court about his own sister, died in New York City on 1 July, according to the Rosenbergs’ sons, Michael and Robert Meeropol.
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Red Bull pays $13million compensation because it doesn't give you wings | Metro News - I hope youre sitting down for this revelation. Red Bull does NOT give you wings. And as a result, the makers are paying out $13million (8million) as a result of two class-action lawsuits because of false advertising. Anyone applying for compensation for their lack of wings is given a $10 cash payment or 15 in Red Bull products.
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Air Force Will Move X-37B Space Planes to Shuttle Hangars - The U.S. Air Force will take over two mothballed space shuttle processing hangars at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida for its secretive X-37B robotic space plane program, NASA said Wednesday. The agreement transfers two of the shuttle’s three processing hangars for the military’s X-37B Orbital Test Vehicles, built and managed by Boeing.
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Secret space plane X-37B to touch-down after 667 days in space Techly - The US Air Force is preparing to land X-37B, a kind of robotic space plane that has spent a record 665 consecutive days in space. Its real purpose is a complete mystery, but it’s finally set to land after a ‘successful’ mission.Tuesday, US time, is the date set by the US military for the return of X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle, known as the third landing of the secret unmanned space vehicle. Currently, X-37B is orbiting at 28,044km/h, at a distance of around 350km in the sky.
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Couple sentenced for having sex in cop car - OCONTO, Wis. — A man who had sex in a squad car after the car in which he was riding was pulled over for drunken driving was sentenced to 90 days in jail; his partner in crime was sentenced to 48 days in jail.
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Germany: Police shoots balloon in station - Stuttgart - It's a scene from an oblique film: At Stuttgart Central Station is a police officer with gun at the ready. And aimed at the ceiling. Piff, Paff! Here the police shoot a balloon.
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Not Just The Largest Economy - Here Are 26 Other Ways China Has Surpassed America One survey found that 75 percent of those living in China believe that their country is on the right track. On the other hand, Americans are not nearly as optimistic.
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Top German Editor: CIA Bribing Journalists - Members of the German media are paid by the CIA in return for spinning the news in a way that supports US interests, and some German outlets are nothing more than PR appendages of NATO, according to a new book by Udo Ulfkotte, a former editor of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, one of Germany's largest newspapers.
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These Are All the Countries That Now Recognize Palestinian Statehood - Currently, more than 130 countries officially recognize Palestine:
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Homeless man who caused Ebola panic in Dallas after wandering off | Daily Mail Online - This is the first photo of the homeless man who sparked an Ebola alert in Dallas on Sunday after going missing following possible contact with an infected patient.Michael Lively who was the first person to ride in the ambulance that carried Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan to Presbyterian Hospital, Texas.It is possible that Lively came into contact with Duncan's Ebola-infected bodily fluids during that ride.
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Ebola patient Thomas Duncan may have spread virus, NIH expert says - CBS News - Although he believes Ebola is contained in Texas, where Liberian man Thomas Eric Duncan first showed symptoms of the virus after traveling to the U.S., an infectious disease expert at the National Institutes of Health says it's "absolutely" possible that one of Duncan's contacts will get sick in the coming days.
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Microsoft announces Windows 10 - Microsoft has announced its Windows 10 operating system to replace the largely unpopular Windows 8, skipping a number to mark a leap toward a new system aimed at unifying computing and mobile devices.The next version of Microsoft's flagship product, which still runs the vast majority of personal computers, is aimed at recapturing the lucrative business market, which generally ignored the new-look Windows 8.
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Heather McCartney charged over nude romp at AFL Grand Final (Photo) - News of the World - A stripper who performed at yesterday’s AFL Grand Final has been fined $300 and released from custody after a night behind bars.
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Will Windows 9 be free? - PC & Tech Authority - Windows 9 will be available as a free upgrade, according to Andreas Diantoro, president of Microsoft Indonesia.Speaking to press at the Mulia Hotel in Jakarta, Diantoro said those who are already using Windows 8 will be able to get the free upgrade to Windows 9 simply by updating their device, website Detik@Net has reported.Those who aren't already using Windows 8 will still be obliged to buy the next version of Microsoft's O
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Fake Abortion Clinics Exposed - Pregnant? Scared? Need Help? Crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) are behind these ads and pose a great risk to Texans.CPCs are facilities that exist to prevent people facing unintended pregnancies from accessing abortion services. They frequently disguise themselves as health care facilities, but offer only limited and often medically inaccurate services. The State of Texas spends millions of taxpayers’ dollars funding CPCs.
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DC Voters Ready to Approve Marijuana Legalization | NORML Blog, Marijuana Law Reform - NBC4/Washington Post/Marist pollmajority_support of DC voters released today revealed strong support for Initiative 71, which would legalize adult possession and limited cultivation of marijuana in the District.
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India's Mars mission could be a giant leap - After a journey of 300 days and 420 million miles, an Indian satellite has arrived in orbit around Mars. To have done so on an economy ticket – at $74m “the cheapest interplanetary mission ever to be undertaken by the world”, according to the mission’s leader – only adds to the significance of the event.
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Holuhraun Emitting More SO2 Pollution than All of Europe | Iceland Review - The sulfur dioxide (SO2) emitted from the Holuhraun eruption has reached up to 60,000 tons per day and averaged close to 20,000 tons since it began. For comparison, all the SO2 pollution in Europe, from industries, energy production, traffic and house heating, etc., amounts to 14,000 tons per day.“It’s clear that no eruption [in Iceland] in the 20th century comes close to this one. We have to go far back to the 19th century, to find eruption as voluminous in gas emissions,” Þorsteinn Jóhannsson, a specialist at the Environmental Agency of Iceland, told visir.is.
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Hundreds of Colorado High School Students Are Taking a Bold Stand for Freedom of Speech - Mic - A Colorado school district has come under fire for trying to change its history curriculum — and its own students have schooled it on what real American history is.
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Google Gags Global Warming Debate by Severing Ties With ALEC - US News - Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt used an appearance on NPR on Monday to announce his company was cutting ties with the American Legislative Exchange Council, a conservative organization composed of private companies and state legislators, over the groups position on climate change.
Everyone understands climate change is occurring, and the people who oppose it are really hurting our children and our grandchildren and making the world a much worse place," Schmidt told NPRs Diane Rehm. "And so we should not be aligned with such people they're just, they're just literally lying.
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Arctic News: Warm water flowing into Arctic Ocean - For the first time in thousands of years, warm water is flowing into the Arctic Ocean. Warm water from the deep ocean is showing up on surface images. There is no way to put this into the context of 'normal.' Historic temperatures have kept the Arctic frozen on an even keel for thousands of years. Even if there was a 'natural cycle' it has been completely overridden by the astonishing amount of pollution that is going into the atmosphere.
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Summer of 2014 hottest on record, officially - Chicago Tribune - If the summer of 2014 felt unusually warm to you, you were right -- at least on a global level.
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Unusual News - Florida Sheriffs Used SWAT-Style Attack to Enforce Barbershop License - AllGov - News - Florida sheriff’s deputies, under the guise of checking professional licenses, raided an Orlando-area barbershop using SWAT-like tactics back in 2010 and now a federal appeals court has ruled that the search was illegal.In a ruling that allows a lawsuit against the department to proceed, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals strongly criticized the Orange County Sheriff’s Office for storming the Strictly Skillz barbershop four years ago. “With some team members dressed in ballistic vests and masks, and with guns drawn, the deputies rushed into their target destinations, handcuffed the stunned occupants—and demanded to see their barbers’ licenses,” the court wrote. The raid was one of several deputies carried out against minority-owned barbershops and salons in 2010.
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Don Spirit kills six grandchildren, daughter and himself in Florida shooting, sheriff says - Newsday - A once-convicted felon killed six of his grandchildren, including an infant, his adult daughter and himself in a shooting at the man's home in a small North Florida town Thursday, a sheriff said.
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British 'ISIS' hackers as young as 16 face extradition to U.S. 'for threatening to carry out school massacres' | Mail Online - A team of British computer hackers as young as 16 who call themselves ‘Isis’ were today facing extradition to the US for allegedly threatening to carry out school massacres.Investigators suspect three people in the UK - two of whom are said to be in Scotland - are linked to more than 12 hoax calls threatening mass murder, hostage taking and the release of poisonous gas.
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Notorious High School Shooter T.J. Lane Escapes From Prison - ABC News - T.J. Lane, who was serving three life sentences for a notorious high school shooting spree, escaped tonight from an Ohio prison, officials said.
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Indiana Couple Accused of Locking Woman in Cage - NBC News.com - Prosecutors formally charged an Indiana couple on Monday with kidnapping a woman, locking her in a small wooden cage meant for a dog and making her a sex slave for two months.The couple, Ricky Roy House Jr., 37, and Kendra Tooley, 44, were charged with rape, kidnapping and other counts. A judge set bond at $500,000 for the man and $150,000 for the woman, WFIE, the NBC affiliate in Evansville, reported. Both were returned to jail.
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UN Says CO2 Pollution Levels at Annual Record High - ABC News - Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere reached a record high in 2013 as increasing levels of man-made pollution transform the planet, the U.N. weather agency said Tuesday.
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Isis terror threat: Leading British Muslims issue fatwa condemning terror group - Home News - UK - The Independent - Muslim leaders have issued a fatwa condemning Islamic extremist group Isis, and have said that British jihadis are “betraying their own societies” by getting involved in the conflicts in Iraq and Syria.
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Texas girl trapped in spinning washing machine at laundromat - A 5-year-old girl was hospitalized on Wednesday after she was trapped in a laundromat washing machine for several minutes and spun at high speeds, police said.The girl had extensive injuries but was expected to survive the incident Tuesday in a laundromat in Pasadena
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RAQQA IS BEING SLAUGHTERED SILENTLY - Website by "Traitors of the IS" Showing what is going inside the ISIL.

WARNING some gruesome images and be careful with the videos too.
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'Proceeds of crime' seizure beggars belief - Police are seizing coins and cash from beggars in Melbourne's CBD as proceeds of crime, according to reports from homeless people and welfare workers.Youth Projects say they have had up to eight cases in the past year of police confiscating the "meagre proceeds" of the homeless after they were charged with the offence of begging alms.
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Jejoen Bontinck was locked up with James Foley - The Flemish youngster Jejoen Bontinck, who travelled to Syria to join the civil war last year, spent 3 weeks in captivity together with James Foley, the American journalist who was beheaded by the terrorist organisation Islamic State. Bontinck was questioned several times by American detectives who were trying to find out about Foley's whereabouts
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BBC News - UK embassy apologises for 'burning White House' tweet - The British embassy in Washington has apologised after tweeting a picture of a White House cake surrounded by sparklers, "commemorating" the burning of the building 200 years ago.

95% of US citizens probably never heard of he war of 1812
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7.0 magnitude earthquake hits central Peru - CBS News - A large 6.9-magnitude earthquake has struck a sparsely populated area of central Peru, the U.S. Geological Survey said Sunday.
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Three and a half years after a catastrophic meltdown, Fukushima is far from fixe - Three and a half years after the most devastating nuclear accident in a generation, Fukushima Daiichi is still in crisis. Some 6,000 workers, somehow going about their jobs despite the suffocating gear they must wear for hours at a time, struggle to contain the damage. So much radiation still pulses inside the crippled reactor cores that no one has been able to get close enough to survey the full extent of the destruction.
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What does it cost to feed a stray dog in Istanbul? A plastic bottle | MNN - Mother Nature Network - Istanbul is home to 150,000 stray cats and dogs, and Pugedon's Smart Recycling Boxes are helping feed them by dispensing pet food whenever a plastic bottle is recycled.
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Indonesia president: ISIS is %u2018embarrassing%u2019 - Al Arabiya News - The president of Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim-majority country, deemed the actions of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria group “embarrassing” to the religion and called upon Muslim leaders to unite in tackling extremism, Agence France-Presse reported.
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Hezbollah condemns Foley beheading as ISIS savagery | News , Lebanon News | THE DAILY STAR - BEIRUT: Hezbollah Thursday condemned the beheading of American photojournalist James Foley, describing the killing as a “savage crime” executed by terrorist groups.
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While Riyadh Denounces ISIS as Evil, the Saudi Elite Sponsor Terrorists - Experts | Analysis & Opinion | RIA Novosti - The Saudi kingdom’s top cleric has condemned ISIS extremists for violating the rules of Islam, but private donors from oil-rich Saudi Arabia are likely to continue sponsoring the radical Sunni movement in Syria and Iraq, experts stress.
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Democratic Party of Oregon Endorses Marijuana Legalization Initiative | NORML Blog, Marijuana Law Reform - Earlier today, the Democratic Party of Oregon came out in support of Measure 91, which would legalize and regulate the adult use, cultivation, and sale of marijuana in the state.These endorsements were made by a “voting bo
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Secret Service investigating photo of Islamic State flag outside of White House %u2014 RT USA - A recent social media posting believed to be a message supporting the Islamic State militant group sent from outside of the White House has attracted the attention of the United States Secret Service.Ed Donovan, a spokesperson for the federal law enforcement agency, told ABC News that the Secret Service is “aware” of a photo tweeted on August 9 that appears to show the flag of the group formerly known as the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, displayed on a smart phone being held near the fence on the north side of the presidential residence in Washington, DC.
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Live-in caretaker drinks $102,000 worth of old whiskey and dies : News : News Every Day - A former live-in caretaker of a Pittsburgh-area mansion drank over $102,000 worth of old whiskey which he was supposed to be looking after. Unfortunately, the whiskey caused his death since it was too old and not safe for consumption.
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LA porn production plummets in wake of mandatory condom law - Pornography production in Los Angeles appears to have plunged in the wake of a law which compels performers to use condoms.The number of permits issued for adult films fell 90% last year to just 40 permits compared with 2012, when the law was introduced, the Los Angeles Times reported on Wednesday.
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The US says it finally busted the gang behind the most convincing counterfeit dollars in the world - Quartz - Last week’s indictment of the alleged ringleaders of one of the most successful counterfeiting operations in US history offers a rare window into the US Secret Service’s far-reaching efforts to combat counterfeit currency. The case centers around a counterfeit $100 bill that’s legendary in law enforcement circles. Known to agents as the “Russian-Israeli note,” it had stumped them since 1999, US Secret Service director Julia Pierson told Bloomberg, and the ring making it produced at least $77 million in fake notes, mostly $100 bills.
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The Armored Trucks Guarding Marijuana's Cash Flow: Video - Bloomberg - Colorado's cannabis industry will do over $100 million in business before the end of the year... and it's all going to be in cash. Without access to banks, owners of legal pot dispensaries have to figure out something to do with all that money. MPS International is the first armored truck company to provide security for legal marijuana dispensaries. Video by: Dan Przygoda, Victoria Blackburne-Danie
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Death of James Brady, Reagan press secretary, ruled a homicide | Fox News - A medical examiner has ruled the recent death of former White House press secretary James Brady, who was wounded in the 1981 assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, a homicide, raising the possibility John Hinckley Jr. could be charged with murder.
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Foreign Journalists Refuse to Meet Netanyahu's Expectations - Foreign correspondents covering Gaza have rejected Israeli PM Netanyahus allegations regarding their reports, which have been described as "unbalanced" and "biased" towards Palestinians due to pressure exerted by Hamas.
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Since marijuana legalization, highway fatalities in Colorado near historic low - Predictably, since Cannabis legalization, Colorado highway fatalities have soared. Wait...what? They haven't and are near historic lows? I just don't which propaganda to believe anymore
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The Islamic State (Part 1) | VICE News - The Islamic State, a hardline Sunni jihadist group that formerly had ties to al Qaeda, has conquered large swathes of Iraq and Syria. Previously known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the group has announced their intention to reestablish the caliphate and declared their leader, the shadowy Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, as the caliph.
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Unusual News - California Inmates Paid $2 a Day to Fight Wildfires - AllGov - News - With wildfire season here, California taxpayers will be glad to know that they’ve got a hard-working corps of firefighters they can call on day or night, who don’t take vacations and work cheap. Really cheap.
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'Beautiful bosom' contest held on Weibo - Zhang Jiang, a famous blogger on the Chinese social media platform Weibo, recently launched a contest seeking the "most beautiful bosom" on the microblogging site, attracting submissions from over 3,200 participants who took photos of their goods for all the world to see/judge.
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Crapload of used bras left drying in the sun at Beijing recycling center, confusing passersby - A large mass of bras were found drying under the sun at a recycling station in Beijing's Shaojiao Village, leaving many passersby wandering what exactly was going to become of the things.
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'Son of the year' dismembers and cooks parents, puts heads in fridge: Shanghaiist - While investigating a murder case HK police stumbled upon a grisly scene - heads in a fridge. The heads belonged to an elderly couple, who were reportedly killed by their son, before being dismembered, cooked and salted. Chau Hoi-leung, their 30-year-old son and his 36-year-old friend, Tse Chun-kei are currently under trial at High Court in Hong Kong, according to South China Morning Post.
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U.N. accuses Israel of violating international law | Dallas Morning News - Two men lay injured after multiple shells hit Gaza Citys Shijaiyah neighborhood on Wednesday, killing at least 17 Palestinians. Earlier, the shelling of a U.N. school packed with evacuees also left 17 dead and brought Israel U.N. condemnation.
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Debunking the myths about Gaza: The truth behind Israeli and Palestinian talking points - Salon.com - For most media outlets, the current crisis began with the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teens in the West Bank. This is, of course, an arbitrary starting point. Just one day before the kidnappings, a Palestinian man and a 10-year-old child were killed in Gaza by an Israeli airstrike. Why wasn’t that the starting point of the violence? Has the media internalized Israel’s narrative to such an extent that they only see Israel as “responding” to violence rather than initiating it?
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Water Main Break Next to UCLA Prompts Flooding on Campus, Closure of Sunset Blvd. | KTLA - An approximately 93-year-old underground water main broke in Westwood Tuesday afternoon, sending water flooding into streets and onto the UCLA campus, stranding people and vehicles and prompting the closure of Sunset Boulevard.
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Underpants bomber failed to blow up airliner %u2018because he wore same pair for two weeks%u2019 | In2EastAfrica - East African news, Headlines, Business, Tourism, Sports, Health, Entertainment, Education - The 2009 Christmas Day suicide attempt by Nigerian, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, who wore underpants bomb aboard a flight carrying nearly 300 people, failed “because he wore same pair of underwear for two weeks.”
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BBC News - Could a child sex robot treat paedophilia? - During a robotics conference last week, ethicists discussed the moral implications of using childlike-robots to help treat paedophiles.The theory is that these machines would help provide a non-harmful outlet for an individual's sexual inclinations as part of a treatment programme. It's like providing methadone to heroin addicts, the reasoning goes.
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BBC News - Wine fraudster Rudy Kurniawan sentencing delayed - A California wine dealer found guilty in New York of manufacturing fake vintage bottles for illegal profit has had his sentencing postponed.Rudy Kurniawan, 37, was convicted in December and will now be sentenced on 4 August.He was accused of fooling buyers into thinking wine made in his kitchen in Arcadia was rare.
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10 more questions Russian military pose to Ukraine, US over MH17 crash %u2014 RT News - Russia has released military monitoring data, which shows Kiev military jets tracking the MH17 plane shortly before the crash - and posed yet another set of questions to Ukraine and the US over the circumstances of the tragedy.Military officials – chief of General Staff of the Armed Forces Lt. Gen. Andrey Kartopolov and chief of the Air Force Main Staff Lt. Gen. Igor Makushev - posed a number of questions to Kiev and Washington concerning the possible causes of the catastrophe in Eastern Ukraine that killed almost 300 people last Thursday.
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US: No link to Russian gov't in plane downing - Senior U.S. intelligence officials said Tuesday that Russia was responsible for "creating the conditions" that led to the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, but they offered no evidence of direct Russian government involvement.The intelligence officials were cautious in their assessment, noting that while the Russians have been arming separatists in eastern Ukraine, the U.S. had no direct evidence that the missile used to shoot down the passenger jet came from Russia.
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Last Month Was the Hottest June of All Time | EcoWatch - Just like the month that preceded it, June 2014 was the hottest of its kind in our planet’s history.According to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), global land and ocean surface temperatures combined for an average of 61.2 degrees, making last month the hottest June ever. That figure exceeded the previous record in 1998 by 1.3 degrees
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Police: Dad walks in on man raping son | Volusia County - Daytona Beach police have arrested a man who they say was caught sexually battering a child under 12 years old by the victim's father.According to police, Raymond Frolander, 18, is a family member of the victim, and was left in a position of custodial authority by the child's parents.

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Washington: State-Licensed Cannabis Retailers To Open Next Week | NORML Blog, Marijuana Law Reform - Washington’s first wave of state-licensed cannabis retail stores are anticipated to open for business next week. Initiative 502, approved by a majority of voters in November 2012, authorizes the establishment of state-licensed cannabis producers and retail sellers.
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Oregon: Marijuana Initiative Backers Turn In 145,000 Signatures For Proposed 2014 Ballot Measure | NORML Blog, Marijuana Law Reform - Proponents of a statewide initiative to regulate the commercial production and retail sale of marijuana have turned in 145,000 signatures to the Secretary of State’s office. The total is almost twice the number of signatures from registered voters necessary to place the measure on the 2014 electoral ballot.State officials have until August 2 to verify the signatures.
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