Thursday, May 5, 2016

Illegal immigrant numbers surge at Mexican borderby FoxNewsChannel Thursday May 5th, 2016 at 9:07 PM

Illegal immigrant numbers surge at Mexican border

1 Share
From: FoxNewsChannel
Duration: 04:30

The number of families and unaccompanied children apprehended on southern border has skyrocketed, according to new Obama administration stats. David V. Aguilar, the former Deputy Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, goes 'On the Record'

PBS NewsHour full episode May 5, 2016 

1 Share
From: PBSNewsHour
Duration: 53:37

Thursday on the NewsHour, the FDA announces new age requirements for e-cigarettes in a crackdown on unregulated tobacco. Also: How top Republicans are responding to their presidential nominee, the rise of a discount airline from Norway, 9/11 victims make headway in their suit against Saudi Arabia, taking a second look at Robert Mapplethorpe and a 91-year-old’s take on getting older.

Three Share Rights Group's 'Creative Dissent' Award

1 Share
The New York-based Human Rights Foundation has awarded its 2016 Vaclav Havel Prize for Creative Dissent to an Iranian cartoonist, a Russian performance artist and an Uzbek photojournalist. "The prize celebrates those who, with bravery and ingenuity, unmask the lie of dictatorship by living the truth," the foundation said in a release Thursday. The committee described Atena Farghadani as "a prisoner of conscience of the Iranian regime." Farghadani was sentenced to 12...

Depression reigns as EU presidents debate future of Europe

1 Share
ROME (Reuters) - The presidents of Europe's three main institutions on Thursday presented a bleak picture of the European Union, saying the 28-nation bloc lacked leadership and was descending into petty, nationalistic politics.
  

Pentagon spokesman says deadly IS attack was a surprise

1 Share
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Pentagon's spokesman says the attack in which IS fighters penetrated Kurdish Peshmerga lines and killed U.S. Petty Officer 1st Class Charles Keating was a surprise....

Syrian Regime Accused of Bombing Refugee Camp, Killing 30

1 Share
Only hours after Russian and Syrian officials confirmed a cease-fire had been extended to Aleppo, opposition politicians said warplanes — either Syrian government or Russian — carried out a deadly airstrike 30 kilometers from Syria's one-time commercial capital on a refugee camp close to the border with Turkey. The airstrike killed at least 30 people and wounded dozens at the Kamouna camp near  in northern Syria's Idlib province, according to the Local Coordination Committees...

Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 2

Emergency declared in Canadian oil-sands town ravaged by wildfire 

1 Share
"We may lose a large portion of the town," Scott Long said. All 80,000-plus residents have been evacuated.





Read the whole story
 
· · ·

Will New Russian Force Be 'Putin’s Personal Army'?

1 Share
While Russian lawmakers are busy changing the country’s election laws in preparation for parliamentary elections this year, the lower house of parliament is due this month to consider whether President Vladimir Putin’s new National Guard should be allowed to shoot Russian citizens without warning. According to a draft law that Putin submitted to the State Duma, the National Guard would be prohibited from using firearms “at largely crowded places, if their use may casually hurt...

The Kent State Shooting and Nixon's Crackdown on Marijuana - HIGH TIMES

1 Share

HIGH TIMES

The Kent State Shooting and Nixon's Crackdown on Marijuana
HIGH TIMES
The contraband – meager evidence one could uncover on any city block – had been discovered during an ACLU-denounced search of university dorm rooms. “They made it look like [the shooting] was ... In 1972, the Shafer Commission produced a report urging ...

Former Bonanno family FBI informant can sue agents for scheming to throw him in jail - New York Daily News

1 Share

New York Daily News

Former Bonanno family FBI informant can sue agents for scheming to throw him in jail
New York Daily News
An ex-Mafia informant who spent 18 years as a mob mole can sue his FBI handlers for scheming to throw him in jail — despite knowing he was innocent, a federal judge ruled. Former Bonanno family soldier Joseph Barone Jr., who once exposed a mob plot ...
FBI mob informant lawsuit can continue, judge rulesNewsday

all 4 news articles »

Military Sexual Assault Reports Level Off, but Pentagon Officials Remain Concerned - ABC News

1 Share

Military Sexual Assault Reports Level Off, but Pentagon Officials Remain Concerned
ABC News
The 6,083 reports of sexual assault in the U.S. military last year remained almost level with the previous year, according to the Pentagon's annual report on sexual assault in the military, but Pentagon officials who released the latest statistics ...

and more »

A viable alternative to Trump vs. Clinton

1 Share
Given the prospect of a Trump vs. Clinton election, the political world is now abuzz with talk of a new 'center-right' third party. Names mentioned include: Rick Perry, retired Gen. Ray Odierno, Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska and even Mitt Romney.
Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 3

‘Half a Magellan’ With the Defense Secretary: Reporter’s Notebook 

1 Share
Traveling halfway around the world with Ashton Carter has its challenges — and its rewards.

U.S. Remains the World’s Sole Superpower 

1 Share
The United States remains the world’s sole military superpower and the majority of Americans want to keep it that way despite the public’s desire to scale back force, according to a new study.
More than half—55 percent—of individuals reported that they support policies that maintain the U.S.’s global military status, a Pew Research Center study revealed Thursday.
Compare that to roughly a third—36 percent—who responded that it would be acceptable if another nation, such as China or the European Union, exceeded the U.S.’s military strength.
Despite dismal projections from politicians and pundits barraging the U.S.’s military status, Pew Research reported that America is still the only nation in the world that has the capacity to intervene nearly anywhere.
While the study found partisan differences, a majority in both parties said the U.S. should back policies that preserve its military status. Two-thirds of Republicans favored policies aimed at upholding the U.S. as the only superpower while 50 percent of Democrats said the same.
Interestingly, though most Americans favored retaining the nation’s military rank, a majority—57 percent—said they wanted the U.S. to “deal with its own problems and let other countries deal with their problems the best they can.” A mere 37 percent meanwhile favored U.S. intervention.



U.S. won't contact Russian defense minister amid tension in Baltic Sea: No 'particular purpose' 

1 Share
There has been no contact between Defense Secretary Ashton Carter and Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu since Russian forces began harassing U.S. warships and aircraft operating in eastern Europe, a sign of increasingly frosty relations between the former Cold War foes.
Washington has "raised concerns through the appropriate channels" in ...

Trump will soon be getting briefings from US spy agencies. It might not go well. - Washington Post

1 Share

Washington Post

Trump will soon be getting briefings from US spy agencies. It might not go well.
Washington Post
Director of National Intelligence James RClapper Jr. said last week that U.S. spy agencies have already begun planning briefings for Trump and his presumed Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, although neither is expected to receive an initial ...

and more »

Military sexual assault complaints result in few convictions - Military Times

1 Share

Military Times

Military sexual assault complaints result in few convictions
Military Times
The Pentagon's annual report on military sexual assaults that was released Thursday showed that about 4 percent of sexual assault complaints led to a conviction. Many sexual assault reports result in no punishment for an array of legal reasons that can ...
Military Sexual Assault Reports Level Off, but Pentagon Officials Remain ConcernedABC News

all 17 news articles »

Coast Guard investigates boat shooting report off Key West

1 Share
The U.S. Coast Guard is investigating a report that someone on a fishing boat fired multiple shots in the direction of a 20-foot pleasure boat while its passengers were diving southwest of Key West.
     
Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 4

Al-Qaida is about to establish an emirate in Northern Syria

1 Share
Al-Qaida has big ambitions in Syria. For the past three years, an unprecedented number of veteran figures belonging to the group have arrived in the country, in what can only be described as the covert revitalization of al Qaida's central leadership on Europe's doorstep.
     

First on CNN: FBI interviews Clinton aides including Huma Abedin as part of email probe - CNN

1 Share

CNN

First on CNN: FBI interviews Clinton aides including Huma Abedin as part of email probe
CNN
(CNN) Some of Hillary Clinton's closest aides, including her longtime adviser Huma Abedin, have provided interviews to federal investigators, as the FBI probe into the security of her private email server nears completion, U.S. officials briefed on the ...

and more »

Here's how China managed to lose $500 billion in reserves in one year - Business Insider

1 Share

Business Insider

Here's how China managed to lose $500 billion in reserves in one year
Business Insider
Foreigners withdraw money from Chinese banks: Foreign residents took out $123 billion from local banks in China last year, driven by the yuan depreciation. This also reflects the broader trend of capital flowing from emerging markets to developed markets.

and more »

First on CNN: FBI interviews Clinton aides including Huma Abedin as part of email probe - CNN International

1 Share

CNN International

First on CNN: FBI interviews Clinton aides including Huma Abedin as part of email probe
CNN International
(CNN) Some of Hillary Clinton's closest aides, including her longtime adviser Huma Abedin, have provided interviews to federal investigators, as the FBI probe into the security of her private email server nears completion, U.S. officials briefed on the ...
Top aide to Hillary Clinton questioned by FBI in email server investigationLos Angeles Times
The FBI Has Interviewed Hillary Clinton Aides Over Email Investigation: SourcesNBCNews.com
Huma Grilled By FBIThe Weekly Standard (blog)
Politico -Reuters
all 110 news articles »

Hacker flogs '42.5m' freshly stolen logins for seventy-five cents - The Register

1 Share

The Register

Hacker flogs '42.5m' freshly stolen logins for seventy-five cents
The Register
hacker has allegedly sold hundreds of millions of stolen email account credentials – including 42.5 million never before disclosed – for just one dollar to researchers at intelligence firm Hold Security. The move has confounded the researchers and ...
This Hacker Reportedly Stole Millions of Email PasswordsTIME
Millions of stolen email credentials shared online by Russian hackerComputerworld
Hacker collects 272m email addresses and passwords, some from GmailThe Guardian
Vocativ
all 57 news articles »

Hacker flogs '42.5m' freshly stolen logins for seventy-five cents - The Register

1 Share

The Register

Hacker flogs '42.5m' freshly stolen logins for seventy-five cents
The Register
hacker has allegedly sold hundreds of millions of stolen email account credentials – including 42.5 million never before disclosed – for just one dollar to researchers at intelligence firm Hold Security. The move has confounded the researchers and ...
This Hacker Reportedly Stole Millions of Email PasswordsTIME
Millions of stolen email credentials shared online by Russian hackerComputerworld
Hacker collects 272m email addresses and passwords, some from GmailThe Guardian
Vocativ
all 56 news articles »
Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 5

Report: Hillary Clinton aides interviewed by FBI in email probe - Politico

1 Share

Politico

Report: Hillary Clinton aides interviewed by FBI in email probe
Politico
A spokesman for Clinton's campaign did not confirm any specific interviews, but reiterated the candidate's public statements that she wants everyone approached by the FBI to cooperate. Clinton said earlier this week she is willing to be interviewed but ...
Top aide to Hillary Clinton questioned by FBI in email server investigationLos Angeles Times
Email Scandal Crushed As FBI Finds No Evidence Clinton Broke The Law With Private EmailPoliticusUSA
FBI likely to interview Clinton soon in emails probe: CNNReuters
NPR
all 188 news articles »

Top aide to Hillary Clinton questioned by FBI in email server investigation - Los Angeles Times

1 Share

Los Angeles Times

Top aide to Hillary Clinton questioned by FBI in email server investigation
Los Angeles Times
Huma Abedin, a close aide to Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton, was questioned last month by FBI agents investigating whether classified material was mishandled on the private email server used by the former secretary of State and ...
Report: Hillary Clinton aides interviewed by FBI in email probePolitico 
Email Scandal Crushed As FBI Finds No Evidence Clinton Broke The Law With Private EmailPoliticusUSA
FBI Probe Of Clinton Email Use Advances With Aides' InterviewsNPR

The Weekly Standard (blog) 
all 189
 
ABC News
all 159 news articles »

Move over, FBI — the LAPD hacked an iPhone 5S in a murder case - Yahoo News

1 Share

Yahoo News

Move over, FBI — the LAPD hacked an iPhone 5S in a murder case
Yahoo News
<p>While the FBI was busy badgering Apple to <a rel="nofollow" href='http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/apple-encryption-court-order-news/'>create a backdoor</a> into the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone, detectives from the Los Angeles Police ...
Report: LAPD Unlocked an iPhone 5S While the FBI Was Fighting AppleGizmodo
FBI paid under $US1 million to unlock the San Bernardino iPhone, Government sources sayABC Online
LAPD successfully hacked a locked iPhone 5s during time FBI said it couldn't access 5c9 to 5 Mac
TechnoBuffalo
all 45 news articles »

Pentagon spokesman says deadly IS attack was a surprise

1 Share
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Islamic State attack on Kurdish forces in northern Iraq that killed U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Charles Keating was a surprise that, if anticipated, might have turned out differently, a Pentagon spokesman said Thursday.
"Obviously, had we had the forces there, been able to see ...

Lawyer: Union chief's accuser claimed to be working with FBI - Boston Herald

1 Share

Lawyer: Union chief's accuser claimed to be working with FBI
Boston Herald
A BRA member and union chief pleaded not guilty today to charges he threatened to kill a fellow union member — and his attorney claimed the alleged victim is working with the FBI and that the charges are “politically motivated.” Boston Redevelopment ...

Cyber Experts: Change Passwords After Massive Hack - NBCNews.com

1 Share

NBCNews.com

Cyber Experts: Change Passwords After Massive Hack
NBCNews.com
Cybersecurity professionals warn that anyone with a personal email account might want to change their passwords following revelations of a massive cache of stolen user names and passwords being offered for sale on the Internet. The thefts involved some ...

and more »
Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 6

Continetti: Republican Base Now Is ‘Largely Trump Supporters’

1 Share
Washington Free Beacon editor Matthew Continetti said Thursday on MSNBC that Donald Trump’s response to House Speaker Paul Ryan’s ambivalence about supporting him was the right one, adding the GOP base now largely consists of Trump supporters.
Ryan (R., Wis.) told CNN earlier Thursday that he was not yet prepared to endorse Trump, despite the billionaire’s status as presumptive Republican presidential nominee. In response, Trump released a statement saying he was not ready to support Ryan’s agenda either, adding, “Perhaps in the future we can work together and come to an agreement about what is best for the American people. They have been treated so badly for so long that it is about time for politicians to put them first!”
“I thought it was the right response coming from Trump,” Continetti said. “He didn’t call Paul Ryan ‘Tall Paul’ or make up some other [nickname] … He did the best that Trump can probably do in not burning any bridges. I would say Paul Ryan’s answer was pretty good, too, to the inevitable question that all Republicans and conservatives get, ‘Do you support Trump?’ He said, well, not yet, he has to prove it to me.”
Meet The Press Daily host Chuck Todd said Ryan’s maneuver was meant to provide cover to House Republicans who may have no choice politically but to “dump Trump.”
Todd later asked Continetti what the Republican base was right now.
“Well, I think it’s largely Trump supporters,” Continetti said. “I think a lot of the Republican mainstream vote is going to coalesce around [Trump.]”
“Voters are moving to Trump faster than the leaders,” Todd said.
“That’s right, and not all the leaders are going to be with them in the end,” Continetti said. “There will be some who just won’t be able to support Donald Trump for whatever reason, but I think the majority of Republicans will be for Trump in November, so that’s the Republican base is the party of Trump. It’s not the GOP that we’ve come to know.”

The Real Agenda Behind the CIA Spawning the EU - The New American

1 Share

The Real Agenda Behind the CIA Spawning the EU
The New American
While the information about the CIA's major role in foisting the superstate on Europe is not new, it is back in the headlines. The latest large-scale exposure and discussion of the facts came from the U.K. Telegraph's Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, a ...

FBI Tricked Naval Intel Officer Into Spilling Info, Lawyers … - Foreign Policy (blog)

1 Share

Foreign Policy (blog)

FBI Tricked Naval Intel Officer Into Spilling Info, Lawyers …
Foreign Policy (blog)
Lt. Cmdr. Edward Lin, the U.S. Navy officer accused of spying for foreign agents, was entrapped by the FBI, his defense team alleges, and never passed on confidential information to a Mandarin-speaking undercover informant as the government alleges.

and more »

FBI's new second-in-command makes decisions, not headlines - Los Angeles Times

1 Share

Los Angeles Times

FBI's new second-in-command makes decisions, not headlines
Los Angeles Times
From his perch on the 7th floor of FBI headquarters, Andrew McCabe is one of the most powerful figures in U.S. law enforcement, but most Americans would be hard-pressed to pick him out of a lineup. Responsible for overseeing investigations of ...

FBI: Man Sprayed Poison on Several Michigan Grocery Store Salad Bars 

1 Share
According to the FBI and law enforcement, a man is in custody for allegedly spraying numerous grocery stores' fresh produce and salad bars with poison.

Russia Stages Classical Concert in Recaptured Palmyra Amphitheater - ABC News

1 Share

Washington Post

Russia Stages Classical Concert in Recaptured Palmyra Amphitheater
ABC News
An orchestra from one of Russia's most famous theaters today played a concert in a Roman amphitheater in the ancient city of Palmyra to triumph its recapture by Syrian government forces. Syrian troops retook Palmyra from ISIS militants in late-March ...
Russian delegation in Syria's ancient Palmyra marks liberation from Islamic StateWashington Post
Russia's Valery Gergiev conducts concert in Palmyra ruinsBBC News
Russia stages triumphant concert in Palmyra's ruinsTelegraph.co.uk
International Business Times -ABC Online
all 102 news articles »
Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 7

СМИ сообщили о десятках погибших при ударе по лагерю беженцев в Сирии - РБК

1 Share

РБК

СМИ сообщили о десятках погибших при ударе по лагерю беженцев в Сирии
РБК
В Сирии недалеко от турецкой границы были совершены авиаудары по лагерю беженцев, в результате которых погибли 28 человек. Об этом сообщает Reuters со ссылкой на базирующийся в Лондоне Сирийский центр мониторинга за соблюдением прав человека, подчеркивая, что ...
Десятки человек погибли при авиаударе по лагерю беженцев в СирииLenta.ru 
ООН подтвердила данные о гибели десятков беженцев при ударе по лагерю в СирииNEWSru.com
ООН: не менее 30 человек погибли в результате авиаудара по лагерю беженцев в СирииТАСС
 
BBC Russian
 -Новая газетаИзвестия-ИА REGNUM 

Все похожие статьи: 64 »

В Москве задержали активистов в масках Путина

1 Share
From: SvobodaRadio
Duration: 02:29

В центре Москвы задержаны Роман Рословцев, Виктор Капитонов и Игорь Клочков. Рословцев задержан при выходе из метро «Площадь Революции».
Ссылка на источник - http://www.svoboda.org/media/video/27718123.html

Неизвестный открыл огонь в центре Франкфурта-на-Майне, есть пострадавшие - Росбалт.RU

1 Share

Росбалт.RU

Неизвестный открыл огонь в центре Франкфурта-на-Майне, есть пострадавшие
Росбалт.RU
В центре Франкфурта-на-Майне злоумышленник открыл стрельбу по людям и скрылся. По данным издания Bild, ранения получили три человека. Уточняется, что мужчина, предположительно из проезжавшего автомобиля, открыл огонь в центре города возле бара Bar Celona. Недалеко ...
СМИ: во Франкфурте-на-Майне мужчина открыл стрельбу по людям и сбежалРИА Новости
Байкер открыл огонь по людям в центре Франкфурта-на-МайнеВести.Ru 
Неизвестный мужчина устроил стрельбу во Франкфурте-на-МайнеНТВ.ru

Федеральное агентство новостей No.1Российская Газета- Московский комсомолец-Полит.ру 
Все похожие статьи: 44 »

Жителя Твери приговорили к двум годам тюрьмы за репост - Lenta.ru

1 Share

Lenta.ru

Жителя Твери приговорили к двум годам тюрьмы за репост
Lenta.ru
Заволжский суд Твери приговорил местного жителя Андрея Бубеева к двум годам и трем месяцам лишения свободы за репост записи в социальной сети «Крым — это Украина», передает Life. Инженера-механика признали виновным в публичных призывах к осуществлению ...
Инженер получил два года колонии за репост материала о КрымеВести.Ru
В Твери инженер-механик Андрей Бубеев осужден за публикацию в соцсети.Радиостанция ЭХО МОСКВЫ 
Жителя Твери приговорили к двум годам за репост во «ВКонтакте»РБК

НТВ.ru-ИА REGNUMMail.Ru- Телеканал РЕН ТВ 
Все похожие статьи: 109 »

Abe Breaks Putin's Isolation as Rare G-7 Leader to Visit Russia - Bloomberg

1 Share

The Atlantic

Abe Breaks Putin's Isolation as Rare G-7 Leader to Visit Russia
Bloomberg
President Vladimir Putin will hold talks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in a rare bilateral meeting with a Group of Seven leader, marking a breakthrough in Kremlin efforts to endRussia's isolation since it intervened in Ukraine more than two ...
Russia's Land GiveawayThe Atlantic
US Ally Japan Pursues Russian FriendshipWall Street Journal
Amid Military And Nuclear Tensions, Russia Warns NATO: Moscow Will Defend Its InterestsInternational Business Times
Washington Post -RT -Jerusalem Post Israel News
all 112 news articles »

Republican Leaders Show Reluctance to Back Trump

1 Share
Billionaire businessman Donald Trump may have garnered enough votes in the primaries to become the Republican Party’s presumptive presidential nominee, but he can't seem to transfer that enthusiasm from the voting booth to the party leadership. According to The Wall Street Journal, only 12 of the 300 Republicans serving in the House and Senate, and three of the 31 Republican governors, have endorsed the New York businessman for the presidency. The party's last two White House occupants, George H.W. Bush and his son, George W. Bush, said they would sit out the 2016 campaign and not even comment on it. The party's last two losing presidential nominees, Arizona Senator John McCain in 2008 and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney in 2012, both said they, like the Bushes, also planned to skip the party's July national convention, where Trump will be officially nominated. On Thursday, the highest-ranking Republican officeholder, House Speaker Paul Ryan, said he was not ready to support Trump as the nominee. Ryan previously criticized Trump for saying that if he did not win the nomination, his supporters might riot at the national convention. Ryan said he hoped the party would be unified by this summer, "but I think a lot of the burden is on the presumptive nominee to do that, and so we'll see." Other Republican heavyweights went even further than Ryan. Mark Salter, an adviser to McCain’s 2008 campaign, said on Twitter that he would rather vote for presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton than for Trump. Conservative pundit Ben Howe did the same. Another long-standing Trump critic, South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, said on Twitter: “If we nominate Trump, we will get destroyed … and we will deserve it.”

Read the whole story
 
· ·
Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 8

Air Strike Hits Refugee Camp In Northern Syria

1 Share
Syrian pro-opposition activists say an air strike has hit a refugee camp in northern Syria, near the border with Turkey, killing 28 people displaced from the country's devastating civil war.

СК расследует убийство в Москве редактора Национальной службы новостей - РИА Новости

1 Share

Вести.Ru

СК расследует убийство в Москве редактора Национальной службы новостей
РИА Новости
МОСКВА, 5 мая — РИА Новости. Московские следователи возбудили дело по факту убийства редактора Национальной службы новостей (НСН) Александра Рубцова, обнаруженного с колото-резаными ранениями в своей квартире, сообщила РИА Новости старший помощник ...
По факту убийства редактора Национальной службы новостей возбуждено уголовное делоРосбалт.RU
Перед смертью редактор "Национальной службы новостей" Рубцов получил семь ударов ножомСайт газеты Metro
СК возбудил уголовное дело по факту убийства редактора НСН РубцоваИА REGNUM
Газета.Ru -Ura.ru -Русская Служба Новостей -Интерновости.ру
Все похожие статьи: 154 »

May 5, 2016

1 Share
A look at the best news photos from around the world.

Americans apprehensive about role in world, report shows

1 Share
On the international issues defining the 2016 election -- global trade, foreign aid and national security -- new research shows that Americans are divided and wary, split along ideological lines but generally reluctant to engage with the world.

The last meerschaum pipes | Focus on Europe

1 Share
From: deutschewelleenglish
Duration: 04:01

Meerschaum pipes are renowned as masterpieces of the Turkish carvers' art. But this 300-year-old craft is dying out. Fewer people in Turkey and Europe are smoking pipes nowadays.

Donald Trump to be briefed by CIA on some of America's most sensitive intelligence matters - The Independent

1 Share

The Independent

Donald Trump to be briefed by CIA on some of America's most sensitive intelligence matters
The Independent
The Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump is set to receive regular briefings on some of the country's most sensitive intelligence issues. Though not yet officially the party's candidate for the White House, Mr Trump told US media he was keen to ...
About those intelligence briefings for Donald Trump...MSNBC
Donald Trump to get CIA briefings, apocalypse clock speeds upDeath and Taxes

all 7 news articles »
Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 9

Авианаводчик рассказал о секретной профессии погибшего в Сирии Александра Прохоренко - Московский комсомолец

1 Share

Московский комсомолец

Авианаводчик рассказал о секретной профессии погибшего в Сирии Александра Прохоренко
Московский комсомолец
6 мая в селе Городки Тюльганского района Оренбургской области простятся с Героем России, старшим лейтенантом Александром Прохоренко. 25-летний офицер выполнял спецзадание по наведению ударов ВКС РФ по позициям экстремистов в Сирии. А попав в окружение, вызвал ...
Тело погибшего в Сирии российского офицера отправлено в ОренбургLenta.ru 
Тело погибшего в Сирии офицера с воинскими почестями проводили в ОренбургРИА Новости

Тело геройски погибшего в Сирии Александра Прохоренко доставили в ОренбургРосбалт.RU
Российская ГазетаВзгляд -Радиостанция ЭХО МОСКВЫНТВ.ru 
Все похожие статьи: 102 »

Facebook Plea Raises Money to Pay Off Debt of Family in Forced Labor

1 Share
A Facebook campaign set up by VOA radio host Matiullah Abid raised 150,000 Afghan rupees to free a family in Nargarhar Province from its debt to the owner of a brick kiln. This, after a video shot by VOA Jalalabad correspondent Zabiullah Ghazi showing the father and his children working in forced labor went viral on May Day.

Donald Trump’s Rise Stuns U.S. Allies in Europe and Asia

1 Share
Confidence that Mr. Trump would fade has given way to a shocked recognition that he could upend decades of assumptions about American foreign policy.

FBI Told Cops to Recreate Evidence From Secret Cell-Phone Trackers - The Intercept

1 Share

The Intercept

FBI Told Cops to Recreate Evidence From Secret Cell-Phone Trackers
The Intercept
A recently disclosed document shows the FBI telling a local police department that the Bureau's covert cell-phone tracking equipment is so secret that any evidence acquired through its use needs to be recreated in some other way before being introduced ...

Air strikes on refugee camp in Syria kill at least 28: Syrian Observatory

1 Share
BEIRUT (Reuters) - At least 28 people, including women and children, were killed when air strikes hit a camp for internally displaced persons in Syria's Idlib province near the Turkish border on Thursday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
  

Alberta Evacuations Expanded as Fires Spread

1 Share
Forest fires continued to rage in Canada’s oil-rich province of Alberta on Thursday as a mandatory evacuation order for areas near the hub of the country’s oil-sands industry widened and key transportation routes remained closed.

Next Page of Stories
Loading...
Page 10

Iraq defeated IS in Ramadi at a high cost: A city destroyed