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American Military Site And Aircraft In Kuwait Discovered On Google Maps!

The debate over Google Maps and privacy is as old as the technology itself. What if you simply do not want images of your home on the internet for all to see? And this is not just something affecting individuals. One aspect of the service that is increasingly worrying certain governments is the ability of Google Maps to give away potentially secretive military operations and installations. One story that ca ...

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Diagnosed with Cancer, Brother Doug to take his Place in the Upcoming Elections

Hours before heading into chemotherapy, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford released an audio clip urging voters to support his brother as the next Mayor. A tough-sounding Ford announced that he was heading into chemotherapy and hence would have to relinquish office. Ford is diagnosed with malignant liposarcoma, which is basically a tumor in the abdomen region. Ford was hospitalized a week ago and announced that his bro ...

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BBC Scotland Say George Galloway Snub Was Standard Procedure

A recent TV debate on Scottish independence by BBC Scotland was originally slated to feature Respect Party MP George Galloway, but went ahead without him. Although some viewers and Galloway himself have suggested this was down to some kind of nefarious veto, the TV channel have denied this was the case. BBC Scotland claims debate line-us change all the time and it was standard procedure. Galloway was suppos ...

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Poet Daniel Johnson Composes an Elegy for ‘Dear Friend’ James Foley

James Foley has featured in a poem published in the Academy of American Poets. However, this is a work which neither he would have liked to feature, nor would the poet, James Foley’s old friend have wanted to ever compose. The said composition is “In the absence of sparrows” an elegy composed by Daniel Johnson in memory of his slain journalist friend James Foley who was brutally killed two weeks ago by the ...

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ISIS Beheads Hostage Israeli-American Journalist Steven Sotloff: Defiant Obama Pledges Justice!

Steven Sotloff, a Jewish journalist with Israeli and American dual citizenship who was taken hostage in Syria in 2013 has been beheaded by the ISIS militants in a fashion grotesquely similar to the fate of freelance journalist James Foley barely two weeks ago. The beheading of Steven Sotloff once again triggered worldwide criticism of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria and their heinous activities. The aut ...

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Terrorist Group Isis Discovered Via Google Maps?

Eliot Higgins - an expert in finding locations from photographs - claims via his BellingCat.com website that he has found one of the strongholds of terrorist group Isis. Using Google Maps and other maps services, he says he's found the location where journalist James Foley may have been beheaded. A new kind of investigator, Higgins rarely has to leave his home. Using photographs already made available by ne ...

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Prabowo-Hatta Still Say They Can Win Indonesian Election

The joint Prabowo-Hatta party still claim that the duo can win the Indonesian presidential election which will be announced on July 22nd. "We are still convinced that the Prabowo-Hatta ticket will win the election, and Indonesia will soon have a new president, Prabowo Subianto," Marwah Daud Ibrahim - the party's success team spokeswoman - said on Tuesday. She is also a member of the Indonesia Moslim Intelle ...

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Come Back Home Pandits: Pleads Yasin Malik

Yasin Malik - the chairman of the separatist Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), continues to call for Kashmiri Pandits to return to their homes. His latest appeal came from the Kheer Bhawani temple in the Ganderbal district, where thousands of Pandits, and returning migrants flocked to the nearby shrine to celebrate the area's annual fair. He told worshipers at the temple that all native Kashmiri wa ...

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