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Snowden: The NSA Is Looking at Your Nude Pics – Video

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Apr 122015
 



Snowden: The NSA Is Looking at Your Nude Pics
Snowden warned that while some NSA programs were helpful to the country's intelligence officials, spying had started coming against American citizens themselves in wide-ranging domestic …

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Singapore Bans Protests At Free Speech Park After Lee’s Death – Video

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Apr 032015
 



Singapore Bans Protests At Free Speech Park After Lee's Death
For More Latest News Subscribe us: SINGAPORE: Singapore today indefinitely banned protests and other gatherings at the country's sole free-speech park, declaring it a zone for honouring the…

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Ukraine: NATO involved in training Ukrainian military, says Poroshenko – Video

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Mar 152015
 



Ukraine: NATO involved in training Ukrainian military, says Poroshenko
Kiev is actively building up its military combat capacities in parallel with efforts to comply with the Minsk agreements, Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko said in the country's capital on…

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Finnish PM Stubb: Finland may consider NATO membership over next four years – Video

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Mar 102015
 



Finnish PM Stubb: Finland may consider NATO membership over next four years
Finland may consider seeking NATO membership over the next four years, the country's Prime Minister has said. Russian air force and naval activity in the Nor…

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Ukraine Is A Pawn of NATO and The U.S. – Video

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Feb 162015
 



Ukraine Is A Pawn of NATO and The U.S.
The best thing for Ukraine is to force NATO, the US, and regional players out of the country, former US congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul said. Without foreign meddling in the…

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Plaza Miranda – Southeast Asian Epicenter – Video

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Feb 072015
 



Plaza Miranda – Southeast Asian Epicenter
Manila's prime public square, in front of the Quiapo Church, is the heart and soul of democratic discourse, social awakening and free speech of the country. The venue of the tragic bombing…

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Freedom In Ukraine: Rights in country improve over past year – Video

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Jan 302015
 



Freedom In Ukraine: Rights in country improve over past year
Political rights in Ukraine have improved over the past year, a period when the country saw major protests, regime change, and both presidential and parliamentary elections. Check out our…

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HD Tobago Island Boat Tour Showing Many Beaches Trinidad & Tobago – Video

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Jan 222015
 



HD Tobago Island Boat Tour Showing Many Beaches Trinidad Tobago
This is a a whole day boat trip tour of the Island of Tobago which is part of the country of Trinidad and Tobago. We do several different things on this tour. This is an all day trip from…

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Alki march urging freedom for Lolita the killer whale – Video

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Jan 182015
 



Alki march urging freedom for Lolita the killer whale
West Seattle Blog video of the January 17, 2015, march along Alki Beach, in support of a rally across the country in Miami, where Lolita has lived in a tank since her capture here more than…

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HRW Demands NATO Stop Sending Cluster Bombs to Ukraine for Attacks Against Civilians – Video

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Jan 122015
 



HRW Demands NATO Stop Sending Cluster Bombs to Ukraine for Attacks Against Civilians
A political analyst says NATO is providing Ukraine with cluster weapons and Grad rockets in the battle against pro-Russians in the east of the country, Press…

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Does Gay Marriage Compromise Freedom of Religion? – Video

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Jan 092015
 



Does Gay Marriage Compromise Freedom of Religion?
An op-ed on the front page of Yahoo News caught my eye. J. Matt Barber argues that “homofascism” is taking over the country, and due to the gay “agenda,” religious freedom is under attack….

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Germany reportedly contributed to Nato ‘hit list’ – Video

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Jan 052015
 



Germany reportedly contributed to Nato 'hit list'
For more Latest and Breaking News Headlines SUBSCRIBE to https://www.youtube.com/user/GlobalNewsRoom BERLIN: German media are reporting that the country's army contributed to a list of …

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NATO 'totally' denies deploying troops near Russian border of Ukraine

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Dec 312014
 

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Barricades are built in eastern Ukraine as the standoff between pro-Russian separatists and the central government in Kiev moves into its third day.

Ukraine crisis: full coverage

Brussels: NATO has denied Russian claims that it was planning to deploy massive numbers of troops near the country’s border.

A pro-Russian protester stands at a barricade outside a regional government building in Donetsk. Photo: Reuters

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The Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band is coming to the AutoZone Liberty Bowl – Video

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Dec 242014
 



The Fightin' Texas Aggie Band is coming to the AutoZone Liberty Bowl
The Fightin' Texas Aggie Band, the largest military band in the country, is coming to the AutoZone Liberty Bowl. Nationally known for its precision military marching formations on the football…

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Russia calls Ukraine’s bid to join NATO "counterproductive" – Video

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Dec 232014
 



Russia calls Ukraine's bid to join NATO “counterproductive”
Russia has been reacting to the news that Ukraine has dropped its international neutrality, saying it gives false hope that the political crisis in the country will be resolved. Moscow called…

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NATO conducted a research about fascism in one of the biggest cities in Ukraine, Lviv. – Video

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Dec 112014
 



NATO conducted a research about fascism in one of the biggest cities in Ukraine, Lviv.
If the Russian media is to be believed, Ukraine is a country bordering on chaos, with fascists taking over the country following an illegal coup. We visit Lviv in western Ukraine to try and…

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US, NATO end combat command in Afghanistan (+video)

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Dec 092014
 

Kabul, Afghanistan The US and NATO closed their combat command in Afghanistan on Monday, more than 13 years after invading the country in the wake of the Sept. 11 terror attacks to target Al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden.

Though quickly routing the Taliban-led government that sheltered the militants, the US-led coalition soon found itself spending billions of dollars rebuilding a country devastated by almost 30 years of war while an insurgency grew as the invasion and occupation of Iraq quickly took America’s attention.

As NATO’s International Security Assistance Force’s Joint Command, which was in charge of combat operations, lowered its flag Monday and formally ended its deployment, resurgent Taliban militants launched yet another bloody attack in the country. And with US President Barack Obama allowing American troops to go after both Al Qaeda and Taliban militants in the country into next year, the fighting likely won’t be over anytime soon.

“I don’t think the war will slow or stop during the winter, as attacks on cities are not contingent on the weather,” Afghan political analyst Wahid Muzhdah said. “I believe attacks in the cities will increase they attract media attention.”

Monday’s ceremony saw the NATO flag of the command folded and put away amid the foreign troop withdrawal. From Jan. 1, the coalition will maintain a force of 13,000 troops in Afghanistan, down from a peak around 140,000 in 2011. As of Dec. 1, there were some 13, 300 NATO troops in the country.

US Gen. John F. Campbell, commander of NATO and US forces, said foreign troops now will focus on training and supporting local Afghan forces, which have led the fight against the Taliban insurgents since mid-2013.

“The Afghan security forces are capable,” Campbell told The Associated Press. “They have to make some changes in the leadership which they’re doing, and they have to hold people accountable.”

But as local troops stepped up, they now face record-high casualty figures that have risen 6.5 percent this year, to 4,634 killed in action, compared to 4,350 in 2013. By comparison, some 3,500 foreign forces, including at least 2,210 American soldiers, have been killed since the war began in 2001.

President Obama recently allowed American forces to launch operations against both Taliban and Al Qaeda militants, broadening the mission of the US forces that will remain in the country. They also will be permitted to provide combat and air support as necessary, while Afghan President Ashraf Ghani also considers resuming controversial night raids that could see Americans take part.

Up to 10,800 US troops will remain in Afghanistan for the first three months of next year, 1,000 more than previously planned, said a NATO official who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss troop deployments. As a result, there will be little, if any, net drop in U.S. troop numbers between now and Dec. 31, when the international combat mission formally ends.

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Kabul, Afghanistan The US and NATO closed their combat command in Afghanistan on Monday, more than 13 years after invading the country in the wake of the Sept. 11 terror attacks to target Al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden.

Though quickly routing the Taliban-led government that sheltered the militants, the US-led coalition soon found itself spending billions of dollars rebuilding a country devastated by almost 30 years of war while an insurgency grew as the invasion and occupation of Iraq quickly took America’s attention.

As NATO’s International Security Assistance Force’s Joint Command, which was in charge of combat operations, lowered its flag Monday and formally ended its deployment, resurgent Taliban militants launched yet another bloody attack in the country. And with US President Barack Obama allowing American troops to go after both Al Qaeda and Taliban militants in the country into next year, the fighting likely won’t be over anytime soon.

“I don’t think the war will slow or stop during the winter, as attacks on cities are not contingent on the weather,” Afghan political analyst Wahid Muzhdah said. “I believe attacks in the cities will increase they attract media attention.”

Monday’s ceremony saw the NATO flag of the command folded and put away amid the foreign troop withdrawal. From Jan. 1, the coalition will maintain a force of 13,000 troops in Afghanistan, down from a peak around 140,000 in 2011. As of Dec. 1, there were some 13, 300 NATO troops in the country.

US Gen. John F. Campbell, commander of NATO and US forces, said foreign troops now will focus on training and supporting local Afghan forces, which have led the fight against the Taliban insurgents since mid-2013.

“The Afghan security forces are capable,” Campbell told The Associated Press. “They have to make some changes in the leadership which they’re doing, and they have to hold people accountable.”

But as local troops stepped up, they now face record-high casualty figures that have risen 6.5 percent this year, to 4,634 killed in action, compared to 4,350 in 2013. By comparison, some 3,500 foreign forces, including at least 2,210 American soldiers, have been killed since the war began in 2001.

President Obama recently allowed American forces to launch operations against both Taliban and Al Qaeda militants, broadening the mission of the US forces that will remain in the country. They also will be permitted to provide combat and air support as necessary, while Afghan President Ashraf Ghani also considers resuming controversial night raids that could see Americans take part.

Up to 10,800 US troops will remain in Afghanistan for the first three months of next year, 1,000 more than previously planned, said a NATO official who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss troop deployments. As a result, there will be little, if any, net drop in U.S. troop numbers between now and Dec. 31, when the international combat mission formally ends.

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