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Turkey has scrambled jets after Russian surveillance plane flew along Turkey's Black Sea Coast, shortly after a US destroyer deployed in the area. The report comes amid heightened tension over the crisis in Ukraine. The USS Truxtun passed the Dardanelles strait earlier today on its way to the Black Sea, amid reports that Russia has now 30,000 troops in Crimea. The US Navy said in a statement that the Truxtun would conduct training with Romanian and Bulgarian naval forces.
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Saying the USA Government kill their own!!! This is FUCKING BIG NEWS !!! Watch the video. I know families of the Dead and passed want the truth, Just Google and you get this:
This is WHY reading alternative news sites is so important, this video has a few American people in it, saying it was an inside job also.
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According to an Reporter Natasha Mozgovaya Obama is preparing imminent strikes against Syria without any evidence nor an Congress vote expect for consulting with few members of the congress such as the outspoken interventionist Eliot Engel. This is all over the net, American have been “Getting ready” in Cyprus, also. According to this report, Russia has provided under contract advanced missile systems to Syria. In addition, it is actively patrolling its port in Syria.
This is it I am afraid.
This is viral. all over the net, done deal. we are all fucked.
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Iran's president-elect Hassan Rouhani has called Israel an old "wound" that must be removed. These statements would seem to cast doubt on the viability of efforts to revive peace talks betwen the Palestinians and Israel.
"The Zionist regime is a wound inflicted for years on the body of the Muslim world that must be cleansed," Mr Rouhani said to reporters.
His comments echoed those of outgoing president Mahmound Ahmadinejad who earlier whipped up anti-Israel sentiment at an Quds day rally in Tehran.
He said: "I will inform you with God as my witness, a devastating storm... (more)
GCHQ's eavesdropping HQ in Cheltenham - Photo: http://news.sky.com
The US government has paid at least £100m to the UK spy agency GCHQ, over the past three years, according to documents leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden.
The payments were made to secure access to Britain's intelligence gathering programmes, according to the documents viewed by The Guardian newspaper.
The revelations have emerged after Snowden was granted a year's asylum in Russia following more than a month inside an airport terminal.
The fugitive left Moscow airport in a taxi, although... (more)
Ariel Castro seconds after sentence was passed, Life, no parole and 1,000 years, his hell starts
Ohio kidnapper Ariel Castro said he is “not a monster” after one of his victims confronted him during his sentencing hearing to describe her “11 years in hell”.
Castro said he knows what he did was wrong, but that he is not a violent person and that his captives asked for sex and were not tortured.
“These people are trying to paint me as a monster. I’m not a monster. I’m sick,” he said during his sentencing hearing on Thursday.
Castro also claimed the women lived... (more)
Summer feeding programmes tackling hunger across America say they are seeing unprecedented demand for free food.
Millions of meals are served every week to children who do not eat properly during the school holidays.
Tennessee is one of many states that has various schemes designed to help youngsters get through the summer.
The Lunch Box is one of them, an old yellow school bus which now doubles as a cafe on wheels, touring around the small town of Rogersville.
Volunteer driver Paul Beckner said "Oh yes the need is here - we have kids that come on and that say they... (more)
Statue of Zeus
Hanging Gardens of Babylon
Pyramids of Giza
The Valley of the kings
The grand canyon
Christ the Redeemer (statue)
Great Wall of China
Statue of Liberty
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Egypt has been warned to pull "back from the brink" after security forces killed dozens of supporters of deposed President Mohamed Morsi during mass protests.
Thousands of Brotherhood supporters remain hunkered down in a vigil at a Cairo mosque, vowing to stand their ground despite threats by authorities to disperse them.
The Muslim Brotherhood says at least 120 people were killed after security forces attacked a protest by supporters of Mr Morsi in Cairo.
Doctors at a field hospital said another 1,000 people were wounded in clashes on the road to Cairo's international... (more)
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