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Month: July 2016

Turkish prosecutor claims CIA, FBI trained coup plottersInteresting News

Turkish prosecutor claims CIA, FBI trained coup plotters

A Turkish prosecutor has claimed that the CIA and FBI provided training for the followers of powerful US-based Turkish cleric
Firearms stolen from elite US Army base in GermanyInteresting News

Firearms stolen from elite US Army base in Germany

US officials have revealed that a collection of weapons was stolen from the Panzer Kaserne base near Stuttgart earlier this
Candidates poised for classified briefings despite spy agency worries over TrumpBig Brother

Candidates poised for classified briefings despite spy agency worries over Trump

U.S. spy agencies are preparing to deliver a classified briefing to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, the nation’s intelligence director
Australia: No go for Pokemon at sacred sitesMore News

Australia: No go for Pokemon at sacred sites

The creators of Pokémon Go have been asked by the NSW Government to remove its characters from NSW sacred war
Oliver Stone lashes out at Pokemon GoMore News

Oliver Stone lashes out at Pokemon Go

Director Oliver Stone used a presentation of his upcoming film about Edward Snowden as an opportunity to speak out against
FCC pressures phone companies to end robocallsRandom News

FCC pressures phone companies to end robocalls

Few things are more irritating than receiving a call from an unknown number belonging to a robot telemarketer. But the
Police captain shot and killed in Kansas City, KansasInteresting News

Police captain shot and killed in Kansas City, Kansas

Kansas City Police Chief, Terry Zeigler, said a police officer was shot and later died Tuesday afternoon. The officer had
Turkey post-coup purge: Licenses of 21,000 teachers revoked, 1,577 deans ordered to resignInteresting News

Turkey post-coup purge: Licenses of 21,000 teachers revoked, 1,577 deans ordered to resign

Turkey has revoked the licenses of 21,000 teachers working in private institutions, an Education Ministry official told Reuters. It’s the