Monday, May 11, 2015

New bin Laden report: Startling truth or outright lie?

Pentagon: 'No reason' to believe ISIS leader in...


CIA leaker Jeffrey Sterling sentenced to 3.5 years in prison for Espionage Act violations

Convicted CIA leaker Jeffrey Sterling was sentenced to 42 months in prison under the Espionage Act. He was found guilty of nine counts of unauthorized disclosure of national defense information about a covert operation and other related charges. Sterling was given an additional two years of supervised release after he finishes his time in jail. The government had sought a prison term of more than 20 years for Sterling, but the judge told prosecutors at the sentencing that was too harsh a punishment, according to the New York Times’ Matt Apuzzo.

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Saudi King to Skip Meeting With Obama

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Cops: Ky. Officer-Involved Shooting 'Justified'

Malaysia detains hundreds of migrants arriving on boats

Thailand's media under pressure - The Listening Post (Feature)

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Акции Sharp потеряли около 30% - economy

Китайский центробанк снова снизил ставки - economy

Нигерия: беженцы возвращаются

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ITALIA - Roma, aggressione e violenza alla tassista, arrestato un trentenne

Catturato il responsabile dello stupro alla tassista aggredita da un cliente a Roma all'alba di venerdì. E' un romano di 30 anni, Simone Borgese, che ha confessato le proprie responsabilità al termine di un lungo interrogatorio davanti agli inquirenti della squadra mobile e al pm Eugenio Albamonte. "E' stato un raptus", è stata la sua difesa.

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INC News, 11/05/2015 - via Repubblica


US Secretary of State Kerry going to Russia, set to meet Lavrov, Putin

US Secretary of State John Kerry is planning his trip to Sochi on Tuesday where he is expected to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. The three are to discuss the situation in Ukraine, Yemen, Iraq and Syria.
The trip has been confirmed by both Russian and US officials.

Turkish ship shelled off Libya coast, officer killed, several crew injured

A Turkish dry cargo ship has been attacked near the Libyan port city of Tobruk, the Foreign Ministry in Ankara says. A ship officer was killed and several crew members injured. The incident took place Sunday night. The ship was first shelled from the shore as it was approaching the area, the Turkish ministry said Monday. It was then attacked twice from the air as it was trying to leave the area. The MV Tuna 1, sailing under the flag of Cook Islands, was carrying a cargo to the Libyan port from Spain and came under attack when it was in international waters, the ministry said. The man killed in the incident was the ship’s third officer. The ministry condemned the assault, but did not specify who was behind it.
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Chinese boss pays for 6,400 employees to go on luxury French vacation

A Chinese billionaire paid for a massive four-day corporate trip to France, covering the costs for over half of his 12,000 employees, to celebrate the firm’s 20-year anniversary. The gesture cost the tycoon about $15 million.   The head of Tiens Group Company, Li Jinyuan reserved 140 hotels in Paris alone, Reuters quoted a French Foreign Ministry spokeswoman as saying. The group visited the capital and Cote D’Azur in the south of France. Another 4,760 rooms were booked in 79 four- and five-star hotels in Cannes and Monaco. At least 146 buses were also rented for transportation.

INC News, 11/05/2015 - via RT

UNITED KINGDOM - Boris Johnson, more women promoted to Cameron’s Cabinet

Boris Johnson, the newly elected Tory MP and London mayor, together with a significant number of women MPs, will join the Cabinet as part of David Cameron’s post-election reshuffle. The prime minister did not reveal what specific duties Johnson would undertake, saying that he would be focusing on his duties as London mayor until the election in 2016.
The mayor joins several female Tory MPs who have been promoted to Cabinet positions following the Liberal Democrat bloodbath which saw every Liberal Democrat MP in the Cabinet aside from former leader Nick Clegg lose their seat. The Cabinet reshuffle follows the announcement that Ian Duncan Smith will remain as Work and Pensions Secretary, Nicky Morgan will retain the role of Education Minister and Baroness Stowell remains leader of the Lords.
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INC News, 11/05/2015 - via RT

MEXICO - Dozens of protesting Mexican farm workers injured in clashes with police amid violent crackdown

Hundreds of Mexican farm workers protesting low pay clashed with police in San Quintin, Baja California, resulting in 30 to 70 injuries, according to various reports. The workers accuse the state of “violent repression” after mass police raids. According to a local indigenous leader, Justino Herrera, there were no deaths, but some injuries from the clashes are serious.

INC News, 11/05/2015 - via RT

ENGLAND - Body in suitcase discovered in London canal

An investigation has been launched after an as yet unidentified body was discovered in a suitcase in a West London canal. Police officers were called to the Grand Union Canal near Delamere Terrance in West London at 2.30 p.m. Sunday. The unidentified body was fished out of the canal by the Metropolitan Police Marine Policing Unit and London Fire Brigade.
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INC News, 11/05/2015 - via RT

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