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30 January 2014

Bing’s Propaganda

JERUSALEM (AP) — Scarlett Johansson has parted ways with the international charity Oxfam because of a dispute over her work for SodaStream, a company operating in a West Bank settlement that features the …Yahoo! News · 8 hours ago
MEXICO CITY — Mexican soldiers and marines captured the son of the alleged leader of a drug cartel during a raid Thursday near the western city of Guadalajara. Monte Alejandro Rubido Garcia, executive secretary of the …The News & Observer · 10 hours ago
Panama City (AFP) – Panamanian authorities have released 32 of the 35 North Koreans detained since July after an undeclared cargo of Cuban arms was found on their ship, prosecutors said Thursday. The remaining three …Yahoo! News · 2 hours ago
Kiev (AFP) – US Secretary of State John Kerry will meet Ukrainian opposition leaders for the first time on Saturday in a major show of support for pro-democracy protesters locked in a deadly two-month stand-off with …Yahoo! News · 1 hour ago
DADE CITY, Fla. (AP) — Attorneys for a retired Tampa police officer accused of fatally shooting a man texting in a movie theater will be able to view surveillance video from that day, a judge ruled Thursday. Footage is …news-press.com · 2 hours ago
Cairo – The Egyptian Interior ministry has warned users of social media, such as Facebook and Twitter could be arrested if they incite violence through their postings. Egyptian authorities claim that they are using modern …Digital Journal · 4 hours ago

Daily American Online

It’s a familiar chain of events: A prominent scholar and public intellectual visits an elite college campus to speak to students. In his remarks, he shocks his audience and the Jewish community by questioning the right of …Tablet Magazine · 1 hour ago
Grenoble. Formula One legend Michael Schumacher is “responding to instructions” as medics gradually bring him out of his coma, according to reports, The Telegraph reported. It has also been alleged that the …Focus Infomation · 1 hour ago
ANALYSIS Two days after Anwar Ibrahim ended a weekend of intense speculation by confirming he will vie for a state assembly seat via the Kajang by-election, the repercussions of the move are being hotly debated among …malaysiakini.com · 1 hour ago
The opening round of negotiations between Iran and the six world powers on a comprehensive agreement to end the decades-long dispute over Tehran’s nuclear program in exchange for easing and ending economic …english.alarabiya.net · 1 hour ago
Two suicide bombers whose attacks last month in Volgograd raised fears of terrorist strikes in Russia during the coming Olympic Games have been identified and two accomplices arrested, authorities said Thursday. The …Reason · 8 hours ago

Arlington Heights Daily Herald

(CNN)– A state of emergency, streets paralyzed with protesters, the fatal shooting of a leading pro-government activist and an election campaign teetering on chaos may not sound like the script from a rising Southeast …CNN · 3 hours ago
Gilad Shalit is a former Israel Defense Forces soldier who was held captive in the Hamas-run Gaza Strip from June 2006 to October 2011. Efforts to secure his freedom eventually resulted in a prisoner exchange that saw …Haaretz · 3 hours ago
The news: North Korea has restarted its nuclear reactor. The Associated Press reports that United States intelligence officials have confirmed the North Korean government reactivated a nuclear reactor used for plutonium …PolicyMic · 1 hour ago
Six suicide bombers burst into an Iraqi ministry building, took hostages and killed at least 24 people including themselves on Thursday before security forces regained control, security officials said. The brazen attack on the …Ya Libnan · 5 hours ago

Tucsonsentinel.com

I was having a debate with a Nigerian friend, resident in Nigeria, recently and he bemoaned their fate, complaining there was no light, bad roads, no decent hospitals and most towns have no portable drinking water. I asked …Osun Defender · 3 hours ago
Fourteen-month-old Ghina Khalil is recovering with her family in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo after being buried in rubble. The stunning rescue, caught on video, corresponds to Associated Press reporting of events. The …6 News WRTV · 5 hours ago
Maria Copelan was recently named the World Affairs Council’s Oregon Global Teacher of the Year, and after a visit to her classroom at Deer Creek Elementary, it’s easy to understand why. Copelan teaches English …Portland Tribune · 5 hours ago
WILLEMSTAD – The Minister of Economic Development, Stanley Palm aims at creating a strategic plan for the tourism sector. This is what the Minister declared during the Curaçao Tourism Strategic Planning Summit.curacaochronicle.com · 4 hours ago
The U.N. Security Council has targeted illegal wildlife traffickers for sanctions in a pair of resolutions against African armed groups, a step conservationists called unprecedented and a major shift on a problem that has …m.jacarandafm.com · 46 minutes ago

Google’s Propaganda

Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito guilty of Kercher Italy murder

BBC News  – ?8 minutes ago?
A court in Italy has reinstated the guilty verdicts against Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the murder of UK student Meredith Kercher in 2007.

Syria Peace Talks Set to End with Little Progress

Voice of America  – ?20 minutes ago?
The first round of peace talks involving Syria’s government and opposition is set to wrap up Friday after making very little progress on key issues.

Thai polling stations might have to close if trouble on election day

Reuters  – ?35 minutes ago?
BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thai authorities might close polling booths if violence erupts during Sunday’s disputed election which could further undermine the credibility of a vote that is deemed incapable of restoring stability in the polarized country.

John Kerry to meet Ukrainian opposition leaders in Germany

Telegraph.co.uk  – ?1 hour ago?
In a major show of support for pro-democracy protesters in Ukraine, US Secretary of State John Kerry will meet with top opposition leaders for the first time in Germany, senior US officials said on Thursday.

Asia rings in Year of the Horse

Ninemsn  – ?58 minutes ago?
Fireworks have illuminated the skies across Asia and millions of families gathered together to usher in the Year of the Horse, kicking off a week of celebrations that included a performance by Braveheart actress Sophie Marceau on China’s annual televised 

They reacted differently

The Daily Star  – ?2 hours ago?
“It is very unfair, unjust,” shouted out Lutfozzaman Babar as the judge pronounced his death penalty in the 10-truck arms haul cases yesterday.

Hong Kong tycoon says offer to suitors of lesbian daughter is off the table

Live 5 News  – ?15 hours ago?
The Tycoon who offered millions to any man to get his lesbian daughter to fall and love and marry him talks to CNN. (Source: CNN).

Norwegian lawmakers nominate Edward Snowden for Nobel Peace Prize

CNN  – ?15 hours ago?
(CNN) — Two Norwegian lawmakers have jointly nominated National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden for the Nobel Peace Prize, they said Wednesday on their party website.

Syrian government ‘demolished thousands of homes’

BBC News  – ?24 minutes ago?
The Syrian government has been “deliberately and unlawfully” demolishing thousands of homes, a new report by Human Rights Watch says.

24 killed in Iraqi suicide bomb attack

Herald Scotland  – ?3 hours ago?
SIX suicide bombers burst into an Iraqi ministry building, took hostages and killed at least 24 people including themselves before security forces regained control.

Danish coalition clings on amid furore over Goldman deal

Financial Times  – ?7 hours ago?
Denmark’s coalition government was brought to the brink of break-up on Thursday following public outcry at a Goldman Sachs investment in a state-owned utility.

Francis becomes first pope to land a Rolling Stone cover

South China Morning Post  – ?21 hours ago?
Pope Francis is taking his place alongside the icons of American popular culture by appearing on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, which hits newsstands on Friday.

Woman dies after scarf, hair get caught in Montreal subway escalator

Fox News  – ?4 hours ago?
A woman died Thursday after her scarf and her hair got caught in the teeth of a Montreal metro escalator and the scarf then apparently strangled her.

Council passes ‘phantom budget,’ Ford says

The Globe and Mail  – ?2 hours ago?
Mayor Rob Ford, facing fresh allegations about his personal life, went on the offensive during council’s second day of budget debates, which also included a rehash of the Scarborough subway battle.

N. Korean official: How Kim’s uncle really died

USA TODAY  – ?1 hour ago?
(Newser) – Did Kim Jong Un really feed his uncle alive to 120 starved dogs? In North Korea’s version of the story, nope. “He was shot to death,” the country’s ambassador to the United Kingdom, Hyun Hak Bong, tells Sky News in what may be the first 

US blames Syrian for delay in chemical weapons removal

The Hindu  – ?1 hour ago?
The U.S. on Thursday blamed the Syrian government for slow progress in removing its stockpiled chemical weapons, urging Damascus to take “necessary steps” to expedite the process.

After stunning debut, AAP scrambles to dispel doubts

Reuters India  – ?2 hours ago?
GHAZIABAD (Reuters) – Anti-corruption crusader Arvind Kejriwal has shaken up India’s political landscape with promises to change a rotten system: Now he is scrambling to dispel fears that his populism and rabble rousing could be a liability for Asia’s 

SPLM youth call for stability and reconciliation

Sudan Tribune  – ?1 hour ago?
January 30, 2014 (JUBA) – The youth league of South Sudan’s ruling party – the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) – launched a peace and reconciliation campaign at Juba University on Thursday.

400 snakes, both dead and alive found in teacher’s home

KRMG  – ?12 hours ago?
Most of the snakes were pythons and many were dead. Police said in some of the boxes and crates they only found bones. Neighbors say William Buchman seemed like a normal guy but he had been more reclusive since his mother died.

Poll: Iraq, Afghanistan Wars a Failure

NBCNews.com  – ?5 hours ago?
In a new Pew Research survey, 52 percent of Americans say neither war achieved its goal. Share This: facebook · twitter · googleplus.

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