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Pentagon admits its weapons end up in ISIS hands

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The Pentagon has admitted that a chunk of its cache of weapons meant for Kurdish forces battling Islamic State militants in Kobani has fallen into terrorist hands. The Turkish president has been voicing his frustration with Washington over this. On Wednesday, the US defense body went against earlier government claims …

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Snowden documents to be released in July to prevent a major war

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All of the National Security Agency files accessed by former contractor Edward Snowden could be published in the month of July if vaguely worded predictions tweeted this week from the digital library site Cryptome prove to be correct. A series of micro-messages published by the website — a portal for …

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The JFK Assassination (November 22, 1963) 50 Years Later

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November 22, 2013, is the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The true story of JFK’s murder has never been officially admitted, although the conclusion that JFK was murdered by a plot involving the Secret Service, the CIA, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff has been …

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Australia and US spied on Indonesia during UN summit

Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (left) and President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono

Then Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (left) and President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. Australia and the US worked side by side on a large-scale joint surveillance operation on Indonesia, during the 2007 UN climate change conference in Bali, a new report from the NSA leaker, Edward Snowden, has revealed. In 2007, …

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Australia doomed: debt ceiling raised $200b, central bank given $8.8b

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The Federal Government has given the Reserve Bank of Australia a $8.8 billion one-off grant to help it manage future economic crises. The money will be added to a fund used to offset the central bank’s exposure to risky financial assets. Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey says Australia’s economy continues to …

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FBI Boston Marathon bombing coverup accelerates

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Tatiana Gruzdeva, the live-in girlfriend of Ibragim Todashev, has been arrested for a second time and is reportedly being deported for providing Boston Magazine with an interview that detailed the couple’s account of harassment by the FBI. Infowars invited Gruzdeva, who will turn 20-years old in six days, for an interview on …

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51 UN countries vote to keep Israel’s nuclear arsenal secret

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IAEA flag flatters in the wind in front of the International Atomic Energy Agency headquarers in UN city in Vienna Member states of the UN nuclear agency voted down an Arab-backed resolution targeting the Jewish state for criticism over its clandestine nuclear weapons arsenal. Fifty-one countries voted against the so-called …

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75% of US military oppose strikes on Syria

To the list of skeptics who question the need for air strikes against Syria, add an another unlikely group — many U.S. troops. “I haven’t heard one single person be supportive of it,” said an Army staff sergeant at Fort Hood who asked not to be identified by name. A …

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12 reasons not to attack Syria

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The USA and it’s “coalition of the reluctant and/or unwilling” are now confronted with at least twelve very good reasons why they should abandon their plans to unlawfully attack the sovereign nation of Syria. The Obama Administration has been inundated with responses from every quarter of American society and the …

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California prisoners launch biggest hunger strike in state’s history

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Around 30,000 inmates held in prisons across California have taken the first steps towards engaging in what could become the largest hunger strike in state history. Prisoners at 11 state facilities began refusing meals early Monday, after months of plotting a demonstration which they hope will bring change to a …

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Google begins launching Internet-beaming balloons

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Google is launching Internet-beaming antennas into the stratosphere aboard giant, jellyfish-shaped balloons with the lofty goal of getting the entire planet online. Eighteen months in the works, the top-secret project was announced Saturday in New Zealand, where up to 50 volunteer households are already beginning to receive the Internet briefly on …

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False flag alert: high chance of staged event in next few days

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Editor’s note: if you see gold and silver get slammed down over 8% expect another Boston marathon false flag type event the next day. This is a short but urgent warning: A false flag event, an act of war, a bombing or some other headlines-grabbing orchestrated event is very likely …

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Warcrimes: Israeli fighter jets drop bombs in Syria

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Israeli fighter jets targeted a military research center near Damascus early on Wednesday morning, the Syrian army said. The statement follows earlier reports of an Israeli airstrike on a convoy with Syrian weapons heading to Lebanon. The Syrian army’s general command has issued a statement, saying an airstrike was launched …

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Kim Dotcom set to revolutionize the internet

Kim Dotcom on Mega, Hollywood, the internet and copyright enforcement - video

A defiant Kim Dotcom vowed to win his upcoming extradition hearing during the Sunday night launch party for his new project, Mega. Dotcom, the founder of the now defunct file-storage site Megaupload, held a press conference Sunday evening at his Coatesville, New Zealand mansion in order to celebrate the unveiling …

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Chaos in Athens: Greece takes austerity protests to new level

Protest austerity Greece

Demonstrators and police clashed in Athens Wednesday, with tens of thousands gathering to protest in front of the Greek parliament. Demonstrators threw Molotov cocktails, while police used water cannons, tear gas and batons to disperse the crowd. A bus stop and kiosk were set on fire, according to RT correspondent …

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