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NATO 'vigilant' over Russian warplane manoeuvres

LONDON NATO warned of an “unusual” uptick in Russian military aircraft flying sorties in European airspace this week, saying its fighters had scrambled to intercept four groups of fighters and bombers in just a 24-hour period. “These sizable Russian flights represent an unusual level of air activity over European airspace,” NATO said in a statement on Wednesday.

NATO added that it has conducted more than 100 intercepts of Russian aircraft so far this year “about three times more” than it conducted in 2013. While the alliance acknowledged that scrambling jets to intercept unknown aircraft approaching NATO airspace is “standard procedure,” it noted the potential risk to civilian air traffic posed by Russian military jets which often fail to file flight plans or use on-board transponders.

The alliance said that Norwegian F-16s were scrambled Wednesday after its radar spotted eight Russian aircraft flying in formation over the North Sea. The Norwegian jets intercepted the four Tu-95 Bear H strategic bombers and four II-78 tanker aircraft, which had flown from mainland Russia. Six of those Russian aircraft turned back toward Russia, but two continued over the North Sea prompting the U.K. to scramble Typhoon fighter jets in response and later an intercept from Portugal’s air force. That afternoon, NATO radars detected two bombers and two fighter jets in international airspace flying over the Black Sea. Turkish Air Force jets intercepted those aircraft, while Portuguese F-16s were scramble in response to “a number” of Russian aircraft over the Baltic Sea.

On Tuesday, seven Russian combat aircraft were detected in international airspace over the Baltic Sea on Tuesday and intercepted by German Typhoon jets “in order to identify the aircraft and protect allied airspace,” NATO said. When the combat craft continued on, allied fighters from Denmark along with non-NATO members Finland and Sweden intercepted the Russian planes.

First published October 30 2014, 3:17 AM

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JACKSON, Tenn. (PRWEB) October 30, 2014

Dr. Roy Schmidt and the staff of the Pain Specialist Center will host a free seminar and question-and-answer session about regenerative medicine on Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 6 p.m. Held at the clinic at 15 Stonebridge Blvd. in Jackson, the hour-long event will allow attendees to ask questions about stem cell therapy and platelet rich plasma therapy in a relaxed atmosphere. Guests also will have the chance to talk to individuals who have received regenerative medicine treatments, which focus on helping patients relieve pain by supporting the healing process.

Stem cell therapy focuses on delivering the patients own stem cells to parts of the body that are in need. After adipose tissue (comprised of fat cells) is taken from the patients body, it is made into a stem cell concentrate. That concentrate is injected at the focal point of pain or area that needs healing. Schmidt, who is certified to administer stem cell therapy, was trained by Bioheart Chief Scientific Officer Kristin Comella. Comella has been recognized as a national leader in stem cell therapy.

Platelet rich plasma (PRP) or platelet concentrates have been studied extensively since the 1990s. While similar products previously used in medicine (fibrin glue) were very expensive, PRP provides a cost-effective alternative. Plasma concentrates seek to help the body continue the healing process and strengthen the weakened tissue. It is often used for tendon problems, in addition to issues with ligaments, muscles, meniscus, cartilage, bone, wound and intervertebral discs. The supplemental role of hyperbaric oxygen therapy will be discussed at the event, also.

A board certified anesthesiologist, Schmidt has practiced pain management in the Jackson area for two decades. The Pain Specialist Center provides consultation and pain management services to patients suffering from chronic pain syndromes and terminal cancer pain. Individuals can learn more by going online to, and, calling 731-660-2056 or e-mailing info(at)beyondpills(dot)com. Event information is on Facebook at

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The Canadian government says its looking for a way to stop terror groups and their followers from using the Internet to advance their cause as a debate emerges over how to fight threats to Canada while preserving civil liberties including free speech and privacy.

Justice Minster Peter MacKay said measures could include tools to allow for the removal of websites or Internet posts that support the proliferation of terrorism in Canada.

Theres no question that the whole issue around radicalization and the type of material that is often used that we think is inappropriate, and we think quite frankly contribute to again this is my word the poisoning of young minds, that this is something that needs to be examined, Mr. MacKay said Wednesday.

His comments come as Canadas privacy watchdogs warn changes being planned to boost police powers after last weeks terror attacks must be measured and proportionate to preserve Canadian democratic values.

A joint statement from 15 privacy and information commissioners raised concerns that new police powers could infringe on civil liberties and privacy rights.

We acknowledge that security is essential to maintaining our democratic rights. At the same time, the response to such events must be measured and proportionate, and crafted so as to preserve our democratic values, the commissioners, including two federal watchdogs, wrote.

Mr. MacKay said Ottawa is examining laws in the European Union where lawmakers have grappled with the same problem.

Such measures risk infringing on free speech but Mr. MacKay said he believes its possible to set an objective standard with which to judge what constitutes promoting terrorism. He said hed want judicial oversight before you would make any you know, any type of intervention.

Encouragement of terrorism, including glorifying terrorism is an offence in Britain. Critics of transplanting such a measure to Canada question whether explicitly outlawing this will do any good.

Parliaments major political parties still disagree, though, on whether the slaying of Canadian soldiers last week constitutes terrorism.

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$100 of free bitcoin offered to MIT students through Bitcoin Project comes as cryptocurrency markets slide(IBTimes UK)

Following a brief upturn on Monday 27 October, bitcoin and other major cryptocurrencies have taken a significant slide over the last 24 hours.

Bitcoin, dogecoin, peercoin, namecoin and darkcoin all fell by between 4% and 5% since yesterday, with only litecoin faring marginally better with a 2% price fall.

Despite the market-wide downturn, several digital currencies did see some positive movement. The biggest mover was titcoin, which saw its value surge by more than 360%.

One of a handful of cryptocurrenies designed for the porn and adult entertainment industry, titcoin now has a market capitalisation of around $90,000 (56,000).

Students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have become eligible to receive their share of a bitcoin fund worth around half a million dollars.

The MIT Bitcoin Project is offering undergraduates $100 worth of bitcoin in return for completing a surveybefore 2 November.

Students Dan Elitzer and Jeremy Rubin raised the money for the project, and they received donations from university alumni and members of the bitcoin community.

Rubin said: “Giving students access to cryptocurrencies is analogous to providing them with internet access at the dawn of the internet era.”

Former chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Arthur Levitt is to join bitcoin payment processing firm BitPay and bitcoin exchange Vaurum.

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