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Fukushima children test positive for internal radiation exposure

Fukushima children test positive for internal radiation exposure

Trace amounts of radioactive substances have been found in urine samples taken from children from Fukushima city, raising concerns that residents have been exposed internally to radiation from the stricken nuclear power plant...

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30. 06. 2011
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Obama Counterterrorism Plan Focuses on Threat ‘From Within’

Obama Counterterrorism Plan Focuses on Threat ‘From Within’

Zarate, now a senior adviser with the Center for Strategic & International Studies, a policy institute in Washington, said the greater emphasis on countering the threat of homegrown terrorists may be useful. He...

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30. 06. 2011
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Army tests ‘microgrids’

Army tests ‘microgrids’

The Army plans to install microgrids in Afghanistan as part of its mission to reduce its energy-related vulnerability in the field. A three-month experiment will deploy a system designed to use fuel more...

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30. 06. 2011
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Bacteria From Dutch Poultry Linked to Superbugs in People

Bacteria From Dutch Poultry Linked to Superbugs in People

Bacteria on raw poultry meat in the Netherlands may be a source of superbugs in people, according to a study that suggests the use of antibiotics in food animals is causing life-saving drugs...

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29. 06. 2011
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Los Alamos: scientists are called in to check for radiation

Los Alamos: scientists are called in to check for radiation

In case the fire was to close in, firefighters were ready to use foam to ensure that nothing would be released into the environment, he said. He told CNN: ‘We feel very comfortable...

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29. 06. 2011
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France air-dropped weapons to Libyan rebels

France air-dropped weapons to Libyan rebels

Light arms and ammunition were sent to Berber tribal fighters in the Nafusa mountains in early June, it said. Earlier, a report in Le Figaro newspaper said the arms included rocket launchers and...

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29. 06. 2011
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U.S. cost of war at least $3.7 trillion

U.S. cost of war at least $3.7 trillion

Staggering as it is, that figure grossly underestimates the total cost of wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan [Libya + Yemen] to the U.S. Treasury and ignores more imposing costs yet to come,...

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28. 06. 2011
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New San Francisco bridge built in China to be shipped to US

New San Francisco bridge built in China to be shipped to US

Next month, four enormous steel skeletons, the last of the 12 segments of the bridge, will be shipped 6,500 miles from Shanghai to San Francisco before being assembled on site. The bridge, which...

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28. 06. 2011
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Google report reveals British government web snooping

Google report reveals British government web snooping

The dominant search engine’s Transparency Report shows that in the six months to last December, British intelligence agencies, police and other government bodies asked it to hand over data 1,162 times. In raw...

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27. 06. 2011
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NATO PSYOPS for Gadhafi forces transmitted by USAF EC-130J June 25. 2011

NATO PSYOPS for Gadhafi forces transmitted by USAF EC-130J June 25. 2011

NATO PSYOPS for Gadhafi forces transmitted by USAF EC-130J June 25. 2011 (mp3) NATO with a message for Libyan army / Gadhafi forces! USAF Command Solo EC-130J #01-1935 as STEEL 74 with PSYOPS...

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27. 06. 2011
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Fire Threatens Los Alamos, Supercomputing Lab

Fire Threatens Los Alamos, Supercomputing Lab

As of Monday afternoon, the voluntary evacuation of Los Alamos had been changed to mandatory, and the lab reported that the fire had reached its property. “A one-acre spot fire was reported in...

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27. 06. 2011
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‘Super WiFi’ white space trials begin in Cambridge

‘Super WiFi’ white space trials begin in Cambridge

The tests will use ‘white spaces’ in the radio spectrum. These areas that are not required for TV broadcasts, The Cambridge trial is similar to a white space trial in the remote Isle...

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27. 06. 2011
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‘Robots can save America’, says Obama

‘Robots can save America’, says Obama

President Obama has announced an ambitious plan to revitalise the economic health of the USA by deploying a mighty nationwide task force of robots. In a speech delivered on Friday launching the National...

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27. 06. 2011
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Lab-Grown Blood Vessels Used in Patients

Lab-Grown Blood Vessels Used in Patients

Blood vessels grown in a laboratory were safely implanted in three kidney disease patients, enabling them to have regular dialysis without relying on traditional shunts that caused complications and failed, researchers said. The...

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26. 06. 2011
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CIA Report: United States Account Balance – Negative $561 Billion

CIA Report: United States Account Balance – Negative $561 Billion

Phantom Report: Thanks to Kevin Hayden >> Truth is Treason   Source: Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) The Central Intelligence Agency often reports interesting tidbits in their online publication, The World Factbook.  A reader...

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26. 06. 2011
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Flood berm bursts at Nebraska nuclear plant

Flood berm bursts at Nebraska nuclear plant

A water-filled berm protecting a nuclear power plant in Nebraska from rising floodwaters collapsed Sunday, according to a spokesman, who said the plant remains secure. Some sort of machinery came in contact with...

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26. 06. 2011
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Weaker Economies Will Probably Exit The Euro

Weaker Economies Will Probably Exit The Euro

George Soros said at a panel discussion in Vienna today that “We are on the verge of an economic collapse which starts, let’s say, in Greece, but it could easily spread.” He also...

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26. 06. 2011
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Experimental Acoustic Ground Cloak in Air

Experimental Acoustic Ground Cloak in Air

We present the design, fabrication, and performance analysis for a class of two-dimensional acoustic cloaking coatings in air. Our approach takes advantage of transformation acoustics and linear coordinate transformations that result in shells...

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25. 06. 2011
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World Bank wants anti-graft lessons on school curriculum in poor countries

World Bank wants anti-graft lessons on school curriculum in poor countries

Tackling corruption should be put on the curriculum for every school child in the world’s poorest countries, according to the World Bank’s anti-graft chief, Leonard McCarthy. “We want to develop a practical manual...

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25. 06. 2011
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Power shortages force Japanese car firms into weekly shutdowns

Power shortages force Japanese car firms into weekly shutdowns

Japanese car companies will stop working on Thursdays and Fridays next month and transfer shifts to weekends in a move that industry executives hope will relieve the pressure on Japan’s faltering electricity supply....

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25. 06. 2011
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Super spy camera surveillance network to fight crime

Super spy camera surveillance network to fight crime

In the ultimate Big Brother crime-fighting tool, the super network of cameras in public spaces would be used to weed out troublemakers and serious offenders by electronically scouring databases of potentially thousands of...

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25. 06. 2011
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Top U.S. admiral admits we are trying to kill Qaddafi

Top U.S. admiral admits we are trying to kill Qaddafi

The top U.S. admiral involved in the Libya war admitted to a U.S. congressman that NATO forces are trying to kill Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi. The same admiral also said he anticipated the...

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24. 06. 2011
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Nigel Farages tries to make Barroso see sense on the Greek Economy

Nigel Farages tries to make Barroso see sense on the Greek Economy

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24. 06. 2011
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Italy bank shares dive on credit rating alert

Italy bank shares dive on credit rating alert

Moody’s report, published late on Thursday, put 16 Italian banks and two government institutions on review for a possible mark-down. Shares in the country’s biggest bank, Unicredit, lost more than 8%. Intesa Sanpaolo,...

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24. 06. 2011
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Nevada passes law giving self-driving cars the OK

Nevada passes law giving self-driving cars the OK

Assembly Bill No. 511 permits the Nevada Department of Transportation to create rules and regulations for using self-driving cars like the ones Google is working on. The law requires the Nevada DOT to...

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24. 06. 2011
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Gen. David H. Petraeus suggests interrogation policy for emergencies

Gen. David H. Petraeus suggests interrogation policy for emergencies

Gen. David H. Petraeus, President Obama’s choice to be the next director of the Central Intelligence Agency, told senators Thursday that the U.S. should consider a policy for using special interrogation techniques when...

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24. 06. 2011
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China opens string of spy schools

China opens string of spy schools

The new schools aim to transform and modernise the Chinese intelligence services, producing spies who are trained in the latest methods of data collection and analysis. Each school will recruit around 30 to...

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23. 06. 2011
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Hackers break into Arizona police computers

Hackers break into Arizona police computers

Computer hackers who previously broke into a U.S. Senate server and brought down the CIA web site struck an Arizona police web site on Thursday, releasing dozens of internal documents over the Internet....

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23. 06. 2011
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Billion-dollar pledges for Central America security

Billion-dollar pledges for Central America security

The World Bank unveiled Wednesday a billion-dollar bid to support security measures in Central America, as the United States and Inter-American Development Bank upped their funding in the region as well. The new...

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