Monthly Archives: June 2015

Saudi suicide bomber kills 27 in Kuwait

The suicide bomber, who led an attack on Imam Sadiq mosque in al-Sawaber neighbourhood that left 27 people dead, was identified as a Saudi citizen, Kuwait’s interior ministry said on Sunday. Fahed Suleiman Abdulmohsen al-qabaa entered Kuwait City on Friday … Continue reading

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Southside Chicago Weapons Robbery Used GPS Ghost Location Tracking

Imagine a moment in time captured because of your cellphone. In May, thieves  stole 111 semi-automatic assault rifles from a freight train container in Englewood, Chicago. The weapons were taken from a rail yard near 61st Street and Lafayette Avenue. The … Continue reading

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Is July 2015 when Greece defaults?

We are reminds of the eerie parallels from 1997. Who benefits? Russia will be hit exceptionally hard in a world downdraft of the currencies. Spain and Italy are also weak. Perhaps the Ukraine chip will be called for financial strength. … Continue reading

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Egypt Disappeared Ones

In some countries the days of freedom to think, feel, and say what you want actually are gone. Forced disappearances by Egypt’s security forces aren’t a new tactic in Egypt, but they’re on the rise, human rights groups and activists … Continue reading

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Sudan governor says 2 Russian pilots held by Darfur gunmen have been freed

 A Sudanese governor says that two Russian pilots who were held by gunmen in the country’s restive western Darfur region since January have been freed, and that no ransom was paid. Gov. Shartay Jaafar Abdul Hakam said in a statement … Continue reading

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Bomb blast hits market in Nigeria’s Borno State, 16 dead

A bomb blast hit a cattle market in Nigeria’s northeastern state of Borno late on Saturday, with as many as 16 people dead, hospital and military sources said, in an attack that bore the hallmarks of Islamist Boko Haram militants. … Continue reading

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Japan say first test of Raytheon’s new SM-3 missile a success

The United States and Japan announced on Sunday the first live-fire test of Raytheon Co’s new Standard Missile-3 (SM-3) Block IIA missile that is being jointly developed by the two countries for several billion dollars. Riki Ellison, who heads the … Continue reading

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