Monthly Archives: January 2015

Yemen Houthi Future

A senior leader of Yemen’s powerful Houthi movement welcomed President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi’s resignation on Thursday and proposed setting up a presidential council that would include Houthi-led groups, the army and some political parties. Abu al-Malek Yousef al-Fishi, seen as … Continue reading

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Iishi Unit 731

Unit 731 was a covert biological and chemical warfare research and development unit of the Imperial Japanese Army that undertook lethal human experimentation during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945) and World War II. It was responsible for some of the … Continue reading

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Licio Gelli and P2 w some CIA

Licio Gelli’s downfall started with the Banco Ambrosiano scandal, which led to a 1981 police raid on his villa and the discovery of the P2 covert lodge. Banco Ambrosiano was Italy’s largest private bank but collapsed with $1bn of debts. On … Continue reading

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Deadly Boko Haram terror attack may have killed thousands

Terror experts and U.S. officials say a Boko Haram assault Wednesday on a small city on the northern border of Nigeria may have killed as many as 2,000 civilians. Many survivors fled into the nearby waters of Lake Chad, where … Continue reading

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Huge ‘suicide attack’ rocks Somali capital

A huge car bomb blast shook Somalia’s capital Mogadishu on Sunday after a suicide bomber struck an area close to the heavily-fortified international airport where African Union peacekeepers are based, officials said. “There was a car bomb explosion near the … Continue reading

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Hellfire Club er Bohemian Club San Francisco

In the late 18th Century, Sir Francis Dashwood organized an elite group of English Lords and other elites for drink and debauchery in the English countryside. Sir Francis’s club was never originally known as a Hellfire Club; it was given … Continue reading

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Bad luck in cancer

The analysis, published in the journal Science, says genetic mutations that randomly crop up as our stem cells divide are “the major contributors to cancer overall, often more important than either hereditary or external environmental factors.” The researchers, from the … Continue reading

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