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Andre C James

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US Navy ship strikes UNESCO World Heritage Site

A US Navy minesweeper struck a protected coral reef near the Phillipines on Thursday while in transit through the Tubbataha National Marine Park, a coral sanctuary in the Sulu Sea, 400 miles southwest of Manila.

6.3 magnitude earthquake strikes Mexico

The earthquake of 6.3 Richter scale magnitude struck nearby the town of Ometepec and could be felt as far away as Mexico City the country's capital.

More CIA secret prisons revealed

A recent revelation by Polish officials has brought to light that the CIA operated a secret prison (black site) in a remote part of Poland where detainees were subjected to torture.

'Zionism is racism' march in South Africa Special

Rallies have occurred as far away as South Africa, calling for the removal of the Zionist regime as Israeli forces opened fire on peaceful Palestinian protesters marking Land Day across the occupied Palestinian territories.

Op-Ed: Exposing the racist underbelly of white America

The Trayvon Martin killing has highlighted a glaringly obvious fact, racism is alive and well in America, the supposed “Land of the Free”.

Russia bans Scientology

Last week a Moscow regional court ruled that the Church of Scientology is nothing more than an extremist cult and should be banned.

Report: Israel guilty of racism

In its alternative report to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, the Negev Coexistence Forum has revealed many cases of racial discrimination against the Bedouin population in the Negev-Neqab, committed by Israel.

Woman with two vaginas: 'I lost my virginity twice'

An attractive, blonde, British woman recently revealed on a TV talk show that she has two vaginas and turned down a $1 million offer from porn production company Vivid Entertainment

Is President Obama sending 12,000 U.S. troops to Libya?

There are currently 12,000 US troops based in Malta that are awaiting deployment to Libya. They will be joined by Italian and French forces based on photographic evidence of encampments that have been set up in the desert.

Palestinians tortured in Israeli jails likened to Nazi prisons

It has been revealed in a recent interview with Palestinian Minister for Captives Affairs, Ataollah Abu Sabah, that some 44,000 Palestinian inmates are currently held in Israeli prisons, 23 are members of the Palestinian Legislative Council.

China rejects US trade restrictions on Iran

China has rejected outright the fourth round of US led trade sanctions with Iran contending that only dialogue will be successful in addressing the Iranian nuclear issue.

Newt Gingrich was under FBI investigation for bribery

Little known to the American public Newt Gingrich and his then wife Marianne were the subject of a US Justice Department criminal investigation in the late 1990s involving a $10 million bribe of the world’s largest private arms dealer, Sarkis Soghanalia

Op-Ed: The NDAA is a threat to the democratic rights of all human beings

With the passing of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) into law by the US Senate and President Barack Obama on New Year’s Eve, the oldest democratic right (habeas corpus) of civilized peoples everywhere has effectively been scrapped.

Op-Ed: Is Zionism cannibalizing US politics?

With people of Jewish faith making up just 2% of the potential vote, why are American politicians pandering to the whims of Israel?

Op-Ed: Evidence of Facebook and ABC’s news manipulation

Clear and damning evidence has emerged that U.S. news channel, ABC, has manipulated news to reinforce American foreign policy and misdirect public opinion.

Oil spill disaster in Brazil: This time Chevron is to blame

In yet another environmental disaster, off shore oil drilling has caused 416,400 litres of oil to flood into the sea 370km (230 miles) off the Brazilian coast.

Mossad blamed for Iranian commander’s death

Brigadier General Hassan Moghaddam, who was thought to be responsible for the Iranian missile arsenal inventory, was killed yesterday in a mysterious explosion thought to be masterminded by the Israeli spy agency, Mossad.

South African mercenaries helped Gaddafi's family flee Libya

Two teams of 24 and 19 mercenaries made up mostly of former members of the South African Defence Force and South African Police Services helped the family of Gaddafi escape to Algeria but failed to extract the former ruler from Sirte.

Australia: World's worst per capita Greenhouse Gas polluter

According to a list of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions per capita compiled by the World Resources Institute, the “annual per capita GHG pollution” in units of “tonnes CO2-equivalent per person per year”, Australia is the world's leading polluter.

South Africa endorses Palestinian UN recognition move

South African President, Jacob Zuma, declared his countries support for Palestine’s bid to become a UN member state. South Africa occupies a seat in the UN Security Council.
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