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Headline News December 26, 2013: Edward Snowden Delivers Christmas Address, McDonalds Warns of the Perils of Fast Food, Anti-Government Protests in the Ukraine Turn Violent

Edward Snowden’s Christmas Address Says Current Surveillance Beyond That of Orwell’s 1984 McDonald’s Warns Its Employees About Fast Food Blogger in Saudi Arabia Sentenced to Death for Blasphemy Antarctic Expedition Trapped, Sends Out Distress Calls for Help Report Alleges Israel Gives Advanced US Military Technology to the People’s Republic of China Antigovernment Protests Turn Violent […]

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Europe

Russia Pivots East As Relations with the West Hit 25-Year Low

Ever since the fall of the Soviet Union in the 1990’s, relations between the West and the Russian Federation, successor to the Soviet state, have improved when compared to their parlous condition during the era known as the Cold War. Recently, however, Russia under Vladimir Putin has shifted its stance in an eastward facing direction, […]

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Headline News August 13, 2013: Edward Snowden Interviewed by the NYT, North Korea Becomes Monarchy, UK Lib Dems Propose Ban on Petrol Vehicles by 2040

Edward Snowden Interviewed by the New York Times North Korea Alters Constitution to Legitimize Kim Jong-un United States Secretary of State John Kerry Warns Israel About Aggressive Actions United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon Advocates for International Laws Governing Drone Use United Kingdom’s Liberal Democrats to Propose Ban on All Petrol and Diesel Cars […]

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News Headlines July 13, 2013: UN Calls for Protections for Whistleblowers, Protestants Riot in Northern Ireland, George Zimmerman Found Not Guilty in Death of Trayvon Martin

United Nations Human Rights Chief Calls for Protections for Whistleblowers like Edward Snowden Snowden Documents Could Be Nightmare for US Government If Released Turkey Redefines Duties of Its Armed Forces United Kingdom Soldier and Veteran Deaths Outstrip Deaths in War in Afghanistan Iranian President-elect Hassan Rouhani Sides with Iran’s Youth Protestants in Northern Ireland Riot […]

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News Headlines June 26, 2013: Snowden in Moscow, Standard and Poor’s Payoffs, US Government Prism Scandal, Shenzhou-10 Returns

Member of Irish Parliament Labels US President Obama the ‘Hypocrite of the Century’ Edward Snowden’s Asylum Request Letter Made Available Online Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin Confirms Edward Snowden’s┬áPresence in Sheremetyevo Airport, Moscow Leaked Emails Reveal Credit Ratings Agencies Standard and Poor’s and Moody’s Accepted Money for Favorable Ratings German Government Vows to Protect German […]

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News Headlines June 23, 2013: Snowden Flees for Moscow, Floods in India Claim 6,500

Protests in Bulgaria Ignored by International Media Hong Kong: US Extradition Request Did Not Fully Comply with Law Xinhua Condemns US ‘Cyber Attacks’ Former South African Leader Nelson Mandela in Critical Condition Chinese Astronauts Successfully Dock with Spacelab Russia Passes Its Own SOPA, Begins Blocking Websites Turkish PM Erdogan Defends Tactics Used Against Rioters Brazilian […]

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Al Jazeera Examines the Media’s Depiction of Edward Snowden

Al Jazeera examined the US media’s portrayal of the Edward Snowden revelations and how this might impact his treatment as either a whistle-blower, or a traitor. Find out how the nuance between these two labels could determine the course for future acts of uncovering domestic and international espionage by the government – do free societies […]

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News Headlines June 13, 2013

Edward Snowden Calls US Government a Bully for Seeking His Extradition from Hong Kong Protestors March in Russia Demanding Putin’s Resignation Democratic Party of Luxembourgh Demands Resignation of Entire Government Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan Warns Protests Will Be Over in 24 Hours Russia Floats Idea of Offering Edward Snowden Asylum Israel Pursuing Expansion of West […]

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Edward Snowden Reveals Himself As Leak of NSA Information in Prism Scandal

Edward Snowden reveals himself as the informant in the NSA Prism scandal. A former CIA contract employee, Edward Snowden is now in Hong Kong awaiting possible extradition to the United States. A current contract employee for defense contractor Booz Allen Hamilton, Snowden claims he revealed the information to protect peoples’ freedoms and liberties around the […]

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News Headlines June 9, 2013

Censorship Singapore Style: Blog Licenses Starting at $39,500 Berlin a Hub for Hezbollah The Booming Business of Teargas Many Feared Dead After Asylum Seekers’ Boat Capsizes Off the Coast of Australia Edward Snowden Revealed the NSA Prism Controversy Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan Refuses Calls for Early Elections Russian TV Show Removed from Air After Putin […]

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