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Horror in Israel: 30,000 Mossad spies exposed


Last week, the hacker organization “Anonymous,” symbolized by the famous “Guy Fawkes” mask, hacked Israel’s Mossad. The hack, initially exposing a hidden network of 30,000 covert operatives, some openly labeled “hitman,” came only days after Israel admitted to their 2010 act of piracy and terrorism against the Freedom Flotilla. Now the Israeli regime has filled [...]

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Jordan monarch swears in new government amid protests

Jordan's King Abdullah II arrives for the swearing-in ceremony for the new cabinet at the Royal Palace in Amman on March 30, 2013.

Jordan’s King Abdullah II has sworn in a new government amid protests demanding greater political reforms and measures aimed at the improvement of the Arab country’s economy. On Saturday, the 51-year-old Jordanian leader instated an administration led by Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour, and tasked with pushing through austerity measures required under a loan agreement with [...]

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EU hits back at UK PM over migration


The European commissioner for employment, social affairs and inclusion has lambasted British Prime Minister David Cameron saying his recent comments on mainland Europe’s tourists to Britain are “knee-jerk xenophobia”. Cameron said in a speech last week that his government will limit housing benefits and the NHS availability for those migrating to Britain under the EU [...]

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Filipinos reenact crucifixion in grisly Easter celebration


Catholic zealots in the Philippines nailed each other to crosses and self-flagellated to mark Good Friday. Tourists and locals alike were captivated by the bloody display, which seeks to emulate the suffering of Jesus Christ. The act of mock-crucifixion has been practiced for decades in the Philippines, despite strong condemnations by the Catholic Church. The [...]

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Iran roads minister to run for president

Iran’s Roads and Urban Development Minister Ali Nikzad

Iran’s Roads and Urban Development Minister Ali Nikzad has officially announced his decision to run for president in the country’s upcoming presidential election. Nikzad announced his candidacy during a visit to the city of Ardebil, located about 630 kilometers (391 miles) northwest of Tehran, on Saturday, Fars News Agency reported. The Islamic Republic’s eleventh presidential [...]

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Assange’s WikiLeaks Party opens for membership in Australia

People holds up placards supporting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as thousands of Australians rally around the country in protest, in Melbourne (AFP Photo / William West)

Julian Assange’s new political party is open for membership, WikiLeaks announced on Twitter on Saturday. The party must enlist 500 dues-paying members to officially register with the Australian Electoral Commission. The WikiLeaks party was created as part of Assange’s bid to become an Australian senator in September 2013 elections in Victoria State. At the moment [...]

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‘Gitmo hunger strikers ready to die’

A detainee is carried by military police after being interrogated by officials at Camp X-Ray at the US Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. (File photo)

An attorney representing thirteen hunger striking prisoners at the United States’ infamous Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba has said the inmates are prepared to die unless the US military stops disrespecting the Holy Qur’an. “It’s the ultimate expression of desperation,” David Remes said on Saturday. “It’s a matter of personal autonomy… the detainees are determined [...]

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Thousands protest UK’s ‘bedroom tax’

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Thousands have taken to the streets across the UK to protest the proposed “bedroom tax” that intends to cut some housing benefits for occupants with a spare room in their home. In Glasgow, around 2,500 people, including trade unionists and people from disabled groups, packed the city Centre while approximately 1,000 people demonstrated outside Downing [...]

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Russia raps US meddling through NGOs

Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich

Russia has accused the United States of interfering in its domestic affairs, saying Washington is getting around Russian restrictions on foreign funding by channeling money to non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich made the remarks on Saturday after US State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland admitted that the US continues to fund NGOs [...]

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‘US takes North Korea’s threat seriously’

In a file picture taken on April 15, 2012, SA-3 ground-to-air missiles are displayed during a military parade in Pyongyang.

The United States says it takes North Korea’s threat that the Korean Peninsula has entered a state of war seriously, and has vowed to remain in close contact with its ally South Korea. “We’ve seen reports of a new and unconstructive statement from North Korea. We take these threats seriously and remain in close contact [...]

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