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UK police make 7th arrest, seize ‘suspicious package’ in widening Manchester bombing probe

Published time: 24 May, 2017 22:39Edited time: 24 May, 2017 23:54 British police are continuing their searches and raids in connection with the Manchester Arena suicide bomber attack, bringing the number of suspects arrested in the fast moving investigation to seven people. “As it stands, six men and one woman ... Read More

Brazil: Embattled president deploys troops to streets

Brazil's president ordered federal troops to restore order in the country's capital after some ministries were evacuated during clashes between police and protesters seeking Michel Temer's ouster. Tens of thousands of demonstrators marched to Congress to protest economic reforms that President Temer is pushing through, and to demand he step ... Read More

APEX and DEWETRON Announce Collaboration

SPRING HILL, Tenn., May 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- APEX Turbine Testing Technologies, Inc. and DEWETRON, Inc. are pleased to announce a joint collaboration to deliver integrated dynamic data acquisition systems (DDAS) featuring the DS software application from APEX Turbine and a variety of DEWETRON signal conditioning and digitizer products. The agreement ... Read More

FISA court finds NSA violated search restrictions, spied on Americans

Intelligence agencies under former President Barack Obama routinely violated privacy rights, conducted illegal searches and gathered information on US citizens, according to a FISA court that called their conduct “a very serious Fourth Amendment issue.” Earlier this month, the Director of National Intelligence released a court order from the Foreign Intelligence ... Read More

Cost of Tories’ free breakfasts ‘could treble’

Image copyright Getty Images Giving a free breakfast to every primary school child in England could cost more than treble the £60m the Tory party set aside for it, academics say.Experts analysing the plans re-costed them at between £180m and £400m, depending on how many pupils take them.A Conservative Party ... Read More

‘Truckloads’ of US arms and ammo reach Kurdish militia in Syria – reports

Published time: 25 May, 2017 00:28 Over 100 trucks loaded with US armaments and ammunition, including heavy mortars and anti-tank missiles, have reached the Kurdish controlled northern Syrian city of Hasakah over the past weeks, Turkish and Kurdish media report. The US arms shipment was reserved for the multi-ethnic Syrian ... Read More

‘Buy Rosetta Stone & learn Russian’: John Kerry bashes Trump at Harvard commencement

Former Secretary of State John Kerry took some light-hearted and more serious jabs at President Donald Trump during a commencement address at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, including allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. Kerry returned to Massachusetts, the state he represented in the US Senate for ... Read More

Face off: ACLU demands Vermont DMV suspend facial recognition program

The Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles has been running a facial recognition program to conduct illegal identity searches and sharing its findings with federal agencies and law enforcement, according to documents obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union. The documents show that since 2012, the department has run 126 FRS ... Read More

Waiting for take-off in West Africa

Image copyright AFP Image caption International airlines dominate air travel in West Africa Flying between the West African capitals of Freetown and Banjul should take about an hour. But as the BBC's Umaru Fofana found out, because of the region's poor air connections, it can be quicker and easier to ... Read More

’Trump not Welcome’: Thousands protest US President’s visit ahead of NATO summit in Brussels

Thousands of people took to the streets of Brussels Wednesday to protest Donald Trump’s policies as the US President landed in the Belgian capital for his first NATO summit. The ‘Trump not Welcome’ march, which was authorized by the city's authorities, attracted around 6,000 people and went off without incident, ... Read More

Church of Scotland to decide on gay marriage

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Same-sex couples have been allowed to marry in Scotland since 2014 but individual church traditions can each decide whether to participate A proposal to allow Church of Scotland ministers to carry out gay marriages will come before the Church of Scotland's General Assembly later.The ... Read More

The sex slaves of al-Shabab

When Salama Ali started investigating the disappearance of two younger brothers last year she made an awful discovery - not only were radicalised young Kenyan men leaving to join the al-Shabab militants in neighbouring Somalia, but women were being seized and trafficked by the group as sex slaves.Salama's search for ... Read More

UK police hit out at US published leak of Manchester bomb pics

Published time: 24 May, 2017 23:04 UK police have accused US media of undermining the investigation into Monday’s terrorist attack in Manchester after unauthorized images were published of some of the bomb materials used in the attack. Police issued a statement hours after the New York Times published a piece ... Read More

Trump gets beaten at his own never-ending handshake game

Published time: 24 May, 2017 22:41 President Donald Trump has finally met his match, at least when it comes to weird handshakes. Tajikistan President Emomali Rahmon gave Trump a taste of his own medicine with an awkwardly long greeting in Saudi Arabia over the weekend. Trump met Rahmon on Sunday ... Read More

Republican health bill to leave 23m uninsured

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTrump's battles with Obamacare - in his own wordsSome 23 million people would lose health insurance over the next decade under the revised Republican healthcare plan, says a non-partisan agency.Fourteen million people would be uninsured in 2018 alone, according to the Congressional ... Read More

Zinke On Interior Budget: Obama $15 Billion Revenue Cuts Enough to Pay for Entire Maintenance Backlog for National Parks

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER Calling President Donald Trump’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2018 a “new foundation for American greatness,” Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke told reporters on a Tuesday conference call that the loss of revenue suffered under the Obama administration could pay for the “entire backlog” of ... Read More

Mexican National Allegedly Tried to Lure Young Girls into Prostitution

PBCSO by Ryan Saavedra24 May 2017West Palm Beach, FL0 24 May, 201724 May, 2017 SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER Authorities say an illegal immigrant pursued a 12-year-old Florida girl and within three days of meeting, asked intimate details about her sexuality and wanted her to run away with him. Joel ... Read More

‘Sexual Emergency’ Migrant Who Raped 10-Year-Old Boy Has Sentence Reduced

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER The Iraqi asylum seeker who raped a 10-year-old boy in a swimming centre in Vienna will have his sentence reduced from six to four years after a judge felt his punishment was too “draconian”. On the 2nd of December 2015,  the 20-year-old Iraqi Amir A ... Read More

Chinese Student Who Praised Free Speech in U.S. Condemned by China’s Communist Party

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER An international student from China who gave the student address at the University of Maryland’s commencement ceremony is facing a backlash in her home country after her speech went viral. Yang Shuping, an international student from China, praised the United States’ commitment to free expression in ... Read More

NYPD, More Sponsors Drop Out of Puerto Rican Day Parade for Honoring Terrorist Freed by Obama

AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File by Adam Shaw24 May 20170 24 May, 201724 May, 2017 SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER NEW YORK CITY – The annual National Puerto Rican Day Parade has fallen into turmoil as sponsors and fire and police representatives drop their sponsorship over the parade committee’s decision ... Read More

David Letterman: ‘Makes Me Sick’ that Soulless ‘Goon’ Trump is President

Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for The New Yorker by Jerome Hudson24 May 20170 24 May, 201724 May, 2017 SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER Late-night icon David Letterman says he’s sick knowing that President Donald Trump is representing America on the world stage. “I’m disappointed that this man is representing me ... Read More

NASA unveils first concept pic of Mars 2020 Rover (PHOTO, VIDEO)

NASA’s long-awaited and highly ambitious Mars 2020 mission draws ever-closer and the agency has just released the first concept image of humanity’s next great robotic explorer. The 2020 rover improves on a wide variety of technologies used on the Curiosity mission and will seek out signs of habitable conditions for ... Read More

23mn Americans to lose health insurance by 2026 under GOP repeal of Obamacare – CBO

Published time: 24 May, 2017 22:00 The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office’s latest scoring of the House Republican replacement to Obamacare shows that by next year, 14 million people would lose health coverage, while a total 23 million would lose insurance within a decade. The CBO’s report Wednesday takes into account ... Read More

Manchester attack: Anger at US ‘evidence’ photos leak

Image copyright New York Times Image caption The New York Times says this evidence was gathered at the scene of the attack UK investigators have reacted with anger after a US newspaper published photos apparently showing the scene of the Manchester bomb attack.Counter terror police chiefs said the leak undermined ... Read More

Voice of America faces budget cuts, vows to fight ‘Russian disinformation’

The US government’s broadcasting agency may shut down some services if it loses a suggested $63 million in funding under President Donald Trump’s proposed budget, but said it remains committed to countering “Russian disinformation” and other programs. The 2018 budget proposal for the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) calls for ... Read More

Trump in Brussels for ‘tough’ Nato talks amid protests

Image copyright AFP Image caption Demonstrations against the US president were held in Brussels US President Donald Trump is in Brussels for what his team are describing as "tough" talks with other members of the Nato military alliance.Mr Trump is also due to meet European Union officials on Thursday. He ... Read More

Messi has 21-month suspended prison sentence upheld after failed appeal

Published time: 24 May, 2017 15:16 Barcelona icon Lionel Messi has had his 21-month suspended prison sentence for tax fraud upheld after an appeal against the verdict was denied by Spain’s Supreme Court. Messi and father Jorge Horacio were convicted in July 2016 of evading €4.1 million (US$4.5 million) in ... Read More

Two dead after suicide bombings at Jakarta bus station (GRAPHIC VIDEO)

Published time: 24 May, 2017 15:52Edited time: 24 May, 2017 20:36 Fatalities and multiple injuries have been reported following what Indonesian police say are two apparent suicide blasts at Kampung Melayu bus station in eastern Jakarta. Police say that two people have been confirmed dead, including the suicide bomber, Reuters ... Read More

Al-Shabab claims deadly Mogadishu attack

A bombing claimed by the al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab group has killed eight people and injured 15 more in the Somali capital, according to a spokesman for Mogadishu's mayor. Bombings are a near-daily occurrence in Mogadishu. Most are claimed by al-Shabab, an armed group that is fighting to overthrow the UN-backed government ... Read More

Man Utd fans unite for minute’s silence after Arena bombing

Image copyright PA Image caption Manchester United fans pitched a defiant banner in the Rorstrandsgatan fan zone The streets were awash with the red of Manchester's famous football club as crowds gathered to watch one of the Red Devils' most important games in years, with a minute's silence observed in ... Read More

Manchester United win Europa League final, defeating Ajax 2-0

Published time: 24 May, 2017 20:41 Edited time: 24 May, 2017 20:48 Henrikh Mkhitaryan (L) of Manchester United celebrates a goal with teammate Paul Pogba © Anders Wiklund / Reuters DETAILS TO FOLLOW ... Read More

Three dead confirmed in Jakarta double bombing

At least three people have died in two blasts at a public bus terminal in the Indonesian capital Jakarta, police say.  Police said Wednesday's explosions were triggered by two "suicide bombers" and confirmed that three officer was killed along with the attackers. Police spokesman Setyo Wasisto said ten people were ... Read More

European, Japanese & Canadian firms fund production of cluster bombs in breach of intl law – report

More than a dozen financial companies based in European states, Japan, and Canada invest in major cluster bomb producers, in violation of an international treaty prohibiting their production that has been ratified by their home countries, a report says. Investment in companies that produce cluster bombs continues to grow despite ... Read More

Qatar to ‘prosecute perpetrators’ of QNA hacking

Qatar has begun an inquiry into a security breach by hackers who posted fake remarks on its national news agency's feeds by its ruler purportedly criticising US foreign policy. The incident comes just days after President Donald Trump met Gulf Arab leaders in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. "The Qatar News Agency ... Read More

Fukushima child evacuees get comedy classes to loosen up & combat trauma

Published time: 24 May, 2017 18:10 Over six years after the nuclear disaster at the Fukushima power plant, school administrators have decided to offer lessons in traditional Japanese stand-up comedy to relieve stress and anxiety among evacuee children, who have still not returned to their homes. “Many children feel exhausted ... Read More

Brazil protests: Ministerial building set on fire during clashes

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionFootage showed rubber bullets and tear gas being used against some demonstratorsAngry demonstrators in Brasilia have started a fire inside the ministry of agriculture and have damaged several other ministerial buildings. Brazilian authorities estimate around 35,000 are marching in the capital. Troops ... Read More

4 suspected Islamists arrested in Berlin ahead of Obama’s visit

German police have detained four suspected Islamists during a raid in Berlin on Wednesday as the capital gears up for several mass events on the weekend, including a joint appearance by Chancellor Angela Merkel and former US president Barack Obama. The early morning operation was aimed against a gang of ... Read More

SNP and Labour agree coalition to run Stirling Council

Image copyright Google The SNP and Labour have agreed a coalition to run Stirling Council as a majority administration.The parties announced the decision at a meeting of the new council on Wednesday evening.Christine Simpson (Labour) was named as the new provost, and Graham Houston (SNP) as depute convener.At the start ... Read More

HBO Scraps Jon Stewart Animated Comedy Series

Brad Barket/Getty Images for Comedy Central by Daniel Nussbaum24 May 20170 24 May, 201724 May, 2017 SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER HBO has discarded plans for an animated political comedy series from former Daily Show host Jon Stewart. In a statement Wednesday, the premium cable network said that technical difficulties had ... Read More

EXCLUSIVE: Cartel Smugglers, Migrants Growing More Violent Against Border Patrol Agents

File Photo: MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images by Brandon Darby24 May 20170 24 May, 201724 May, 2017 SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER TUCSON, Arizona — Sinaloa Cartel-linked smugglers and migrants are growing more violent against U.S. Border Patrol agents in the Tucson sector as penalties for their crimes stiffen. Realizing that being ... Read More

HHS Report: Average Health Insurance Premiums Doubled Under Obamacare

AP by Sean Moran24 May 20170 24 May, 201724 May, 2017 SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released a new report that reveals that individual health insurance premiums doubled under Obamacare. Health insurance premiums doubled since 2013, the year before many Obamacare regulations ... Read More

Donald Trump in Brussels: ‘We Will Win This Fight’ Against Terrorism

AP by Charlie Spiering24 May 20170 24 May, 201724 May, 2017 SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER President Donald Trump vowed to keep fighting terrorism, calling the attack in Manchester a reminder of the importance of the battle. “[T]he top problem right now is terrorism,” Trump said after landing in Brussels, ... Read More

Report: Manchester Bomber’s Father Former al-Qaeda Affiliate Member, Claims Second Son Arrested in UK

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER (AP) – A former Libyan security official says the father of the alleged Manchester arena bomber was allegedly member of a former al-Qaida-backed group in Libya. Former Libyan security official Abdel-Basit Haroun said Wednesday he personally knew Ramadan Abedi, the father of Salman Abedi, and ... Read More

Father of Manchester Suicide Bomber Arrested in Libya

Leon Neal/Getty by Breitbart London24 May 20170 24 May, 201724 May, 2017 SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER (Reuters) The father of the attacker who killed 22 people in a suicide bombing in Manchester has been arrested in the Libyan capital Tripoli, according to a counter-terrorism force spokesman and a witness ... Read More

Ariana Grande cancels next 6 concerts following Manchester attack

Published time: 24 May, 2017 19:23 Ariana Grande has cancelled the next six concerts in her tour out of respect for the 22 people killed and 64 injured in the suicide bombing at the popstar’s show at the Manchester Arena on Monday. The singer’s management team released a statement saying ... Read More

Police uses tear gas, stun grenades in clashes with protesters in Brazil (VIDEO)

Published time: 24 May, 2017 19:00Edited time: 24 May, 2017 19:03 Riot police have used tear gas and concussion grenades against groups of violent protesters amid massive rallies in the Brazilian capital, Brasilia. Demonstrators are demanding that Brazilian President Michel Temer step down. #BREAKING Brazilian ministry evacuated after attack by ... Read More

Trump budget cuts would make essential UN work ‘impossible’ – spokesman

The United Nations has warned that President Donald Trump’s proposal to cut a third of US funding to the UN would “make it impossible” for the agency to carry out its peacekeeping, human rights, and humanitarian assistance functions. The Trump administration’s 2018 budget proposal calls for $19 billion to be ... Read More

Social media reveals chaos in Philippines as ISIS battle government forces (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Photographs and videos shared across social media platforms are revealing utter chaos in the Philippines city of Marawi as government forces and militants linked to Islamic State battle for control. Marawi, which is colloquially known as the ‘Islamic city’ is the focal point of a dramatic outbreak of violence on ... Read More