ISIS Releases Video Of Alleged Russian Airplane Mid-Air Exposion After It Claims Responsibility For Disaster
That didn’t take long: following the worst Russian airplane disaster in history, the question everyone was asking is who is responsible. Moments ago we may have gotten the answer. A militant group affiliated to Islamic State in Egypt claimed responsibility for the downing of a Russian passenger plane that crashed in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula on Saturday, the group said in a statement circulated by supporters on Twitter. Below isRead More
Today 60 million human beings are displaced by war and extreme poverty. Many European countries are responding to the crisis with racist hysteria and polices, backed by police measures. Abby Martin exposes the facts that are left out of the mainstream reporting: the role of criminal wars, disastrous neoliberal economics and why mass displacement is a permanent feature under this system. . .
The lion’s share of Islamic State illegal oil exports is conducted through Turkey and Kurdish areas. Although Washington could curb the illegal traffic, it has chosen to focus on other issues, a former CIA officer told the Sputnik news agency. He said Islamic State’s (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) oil revenue lifeline could be cut short, if Washington made an effort to do so. “I do believe that,” Kiriakou stressed. ISRead More
If he fails to secure the coveted supermajority in parliament will Turkey’s authoritarian president go outside the law? Turkey goes to the polls on Sunday in a parliamentary election that threatens to increase polarisation in a country that is already deeply divided. At stake is the extent to which President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Justice and Development Party (AKP), which has ruled Turkey since 2002, can establish one-party rule and nearRead More
Globalists want to undermine Russia’s thriving energy sector Russian President Vladimir Putin says global warming is being used as an economic weapon against his country. He characterized climate change as a “fraud” used to prevent Russia from tapping its vast oil and natural gas reserves. Greenpeace claims 85 percent of CO2 equivalent emissions in Russia come from its energy industry. According to a political analyst Stanislav Belkovsky, Putin believesRead More
Popular genealogy website Ancestry.com, along with a similar site, 23andMe.com, uses clients’ DNA to trace their health history, family tree and other characteristics. DNA is like a fingerprint — it is exclusive to each person. And now Uncle Sam wants it. As reported by writer Kashmir Hill of Fusion, when the two companies first invited customers curious about their past to send in DNA samples for genealogy tracing andRead More
Culprits sodomized girl to the point of her wanting to commit suicide Three African immigrants who brutally raped a 14-year-old girl to the point where she wanted to kill herself were given extremely light sentences by a court in Norway, with one receiving community service and avoiding prison altogether. The incident happened on the night of July 30 when the three men accosted the girl on a commuter train beforeRead More
NASA wants to analyze the contents Enceladus’ massive sub-surface ocean by flying a probe through the Saturnian moon’s icy geysers . .
Two Turkish boys, aged 12 and 13, could spend four years behind bars for “insulting” President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Prosecutors accuse them of ripping up posters of the Turkish leader, while the boys’ lawyer says the charges themselves violate the law. “There was no premeditation to insult the president. Also, they were unaware the face on the banners was the president himself,” Ismail Korkmaz, the teenagers’ lawyer, told RT. TheRead More
Australian expert in the field of information security Hunt Troy (Troy Hunt) said that the most popular hosting 000Webhost hacked by unknown hackers. The incident occurred in March 2015, but became aware of it only now, as the company did not bother to inform their customers about the incident. The truth came to light when an anonymous source shared with Hunt stolen database, allowing professionals to identify the authenticityRead More
We recently wrote about some concerns about the new Data Protection Directive that is being set up in Europe. The law is driven by people with good intentions: looking to better protect the privacy of European citizens. Privacy protection is an important concept — but the current plans appear to be so focused on privacy protection that it gives very little regard for the unintended consequences of the way it’sRead More
It’s long been known that authorities can use the secretive Stingray tools to track people by their cell phones. Now it’s been revealed that police are actually able to listen in on calls using the device. Stingrays, cell-site simulators, are suitcase-sized devices that work by mimicking cell towers and intercepting the signals of mobile phones. This can be used to get information on the contacts, messages and even locationRead More
As this migrant crisis begins to overwhelm the European Union, and yes it is an existential crisis, perhaps we should ask ourselves what really is the true nature of this project? Because I’ve heard a lot today about rights, well what about democratic rights? Because I think what we are seeing is an increasingly authoritarian European Union that crushes democratic rights and then actually crows about it. Every singleRead More
For the fifth year in a row, global internet freedom continued its downward trend in 2015, with more governments censoring information of public interest while simultaneously expanding surveillance and thwarting privacy tools, according to the annual assessment by the U.S.-based Freedom House released Wednesday. Since June 2014, 32 of the 65 countries assessed in Freedom on the Net (pdf) saw internet freedom deteriorate, according to the nonprofit, which monitors digital rights and advocates forRead More
Swedish authorities were called on Wednesday to remove a group of refugees who have refused to get off a bus after being taken to a village three days ago, saying it was “too cold” and isolated. “There are 14 people inside and around the buses who don’t want to move into the [asylum] centre,” Migration Agency spokeswoman Maria Lofgren told AFP. They were part of a group of 60Read More
In the latest, and most bizarre yet, twist in Europe’s refugee crisis at least seven hundred of the roughly 4,000 asylum-seekers who had initially been accomodated by the German state of Lower Saxony have “mysteriously disappeared” according to a survey in the Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung (NOZ). Because many of the refugees hadn’t been registered yet, Germany’s The Local reports, nothing is known about who they are or where theyRead More
Infowars reporter Lee Ann McAdoo returns to the site of the potentially dangerous spill at a nuclear waste site in St. Louis. . .
When in August 2014, ISIS invaded regions near Mount Sinjar in Iraq, the terrorists killed and abducted thousands of local Yazidi people many of them women and children who they sold openly at slave markets. The captives have had no one they could count on for help until one man decided to take on ISIS . .