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Obama Oversees Brazen Paris Convoy Attack Against Saudi Prince

3,000 “Ebola Martyrs” Warned Ready To Strike America

Ebola Apocalypse “Mysteries” Raises Biowarfare Fears

New Jersey Governor Awarded Top Nazi Medal From German Terror Group

Russia Stunned After NY Times Makes $1 Million Off Fake Hacking Story

Putin Issues Global War Order Against Obama Regime

Mysterious Siberian Holes Now Classified As “Potential National Threat”

India Shocks World, Joins Russia Against Obama Regime

Putin Issues Feared “Dead Hand” Order As Global War Nears

America Descends Into Abyss As World War Nears

Innocent American Grandmother Suffers Violent SWAT Raid After Neighbor Used Her Wireless Internet




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 “Conspiracy theorists concentrate their time on transmuting the "base matter" of current events, official stories, propaganda and public relations into the gleaming golden truth buried within. They do this through the very right-brained activity of uncovering and inventing connections between disparate elements.

They create story-systems to understand and explain events - essentially a religious activity. For whatever reason, it’s much easier for us to deal with our internal contents by projecting them into the world around us. These outward signs inevitably become carriers of the archetypal content and psychodrama latent in the seeker.

Conspiracy theory also overcomes the strictures of literalism and the problems of simplistic thinking by experimenting with multiplicity of meaning. Ordinary events, people and signs become symbols bristling with complex, malleable, even contradictory meanings. Mystery is revived and idealized. Facts become more than the sum of their parts. Theory becomes poetry and even theology.”

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August 23, 2014



United States

Obama considering airstrikes in Syria against Islamic State

US undercover investigators among those exposed in data breach

National Guard begins withdrawing from Ferguson after 2nd calm night in a row

Feds revise rule on birth control mandate

Monuments to Obama raise some hackles

US Fight Against Islamic State in Iraq May Affect Pentagon's Budget for 2015

ACLU joins Klayman in fight over NSA spy programs

Homeland Security Warns Ahead Of ‘National Day Of Rage’

National Guard Is Pulling Out of Ferguson as Tensions Ease

School District to Teachers: Don’t Talk About Ferguson

U.S. Military Bans The Intercept

Why did police in New Orleans buy snow camouflage?




Putin to Merkel: Further delays of aid delivery to Ukraine would have been unacceptable

Kiev, Western allies condemn entrance of Russian convoy into Ukraine

Russian Relief Convoy Enters Ukraine, Kiev Says It Won't Attack

Russia, in sanctions retaliation, bars entry to some Japanese citizens

Putin Aware of Humanitarian Convoy’s Move Toward Luhansk

Russia-China To Hold Largest-Ever Military Drills in August

Richest Jailed Putin Foe Says Ukraine Fears Sparked Prosecution

Poroshenko to 'Urge Rebel Withdrawal' at Meeting With Putin

Russia Ramps Up Information War in Europe

Tensions Between Russia and the West Could Surface in Moldova

A Fast-Food Symbol of America Falls in Moscow

US Subs on Routine Patrol Missions Off Russian Shore



Xi Jinping targets China’s corporate titans with pay curbs

Xi Jinping tells Mongolia: Take a ride on our express train

China uses Deng's birth date to glorify Xi

Beijing and Manila's maritime dispute shows signs of escalation

US accuses China fighter of reckless mid-air intercept

North Korea May Soon Have More Powerful Rocket

Thai Junta Leader Tells Nation to Move on From Coup

President Xi Jinping's visit brings upgrade in ties with Mongolia

Xi Jinping's Anti-Corruption Campaign May Slow Down China's Economy

SOE chiefs could be next target of anti-graft campaign

China's second hypersonic glider test fails as PLA trials nuclear weapons delivery system

End of the line: GMO production in China halted



United Kingdom

Hammond: UK won't work with Assad in Islamic State battle

Senior MP: US and UK should back Assad to defeat ISIS

Food poverty: UK experts warn of rising levels of malnutrition

David Cameron: I can manage the country on my BlackBerry

Cameron causes outrage by returning to Cornish holiday

2015 election countdown: Cameron still looks a loser

'Twice as Many' British Muslims Fighting for ISIS Than in UK Armed Forces

UKIP: Strip Islamic State militants of their British citizenship

UK Police: Merely Watching James Foley Beheading Video May Be an Act of Terrorism

British ISIS Jihadi vows to be first woman to behead UK or US prisoner


European Union

Spanish farmers burn EU flag in anger over Russia sanctions war

Facebook given deadline in ‘largest privacy class action in Europe’

Belgium Burqa Ban: Brussels Officer Strips off Niqab from Qatari Princess

EU Official Wants Tougher Sanctions Against Russia’s Ruble

Spectre of ‘lost decade’ haunting Europe

Polish Defense Minister Doubts NATO to Opt for Permanent Military Base in Poland

Ag Groups Pressure EU, U.S. Officials on European Biotech Approvals

Lithuania, Poland ask EU to fund gas link

EU Producers Falsely Mark Products to Bypass Russian Ban

EU farmers complain €125mn compensation is just drop in the ocean

Dutch Museum Says Will Keep Crimea’s Scythian Gold Until Ownership Row Over




Germany Backpedals on Claim Qatar Funds Extremists

Misplacing history: Berlin loses track of huge 3.5-ton Lenin head

Angela Merkel scolds Italy and France over the faltering eurozone recovery

Merkel says Germany won't send its troops to Ukraine's east

Germany, Italy, Ready to Send Arms to Iraq Kurds

Germany Okays RWE Oil and Gas Sale to Russian Investor Despite Sanctions

Berlin sues Swiss bank over missing East German money

Swiss Parliament Discovers Its Own Dangers of Sexting

Anders Breivik: Norway killer's father to publish book

Merkel to Visit Kiev Saturday

Stomach bug behind Berlin 'Ebola' scare



France Acknowledges Economic Malaise, Blaming Austerity

Cameron urged to confront France over claims it is funding ISIS terror with underhand ransom payments

'This is completely out of control': Air France employees' unions want airline to suspend flights into countries hit by Ebola crisis

Gunmen Ambush Saudi Prince's Motorcade in France

Muslim engineer banned from French nuclear sites

France returns to work, with a heavy heart

Hollande urges Kiev to show restraint during operation in eastern regions

Hollande joins African leaders in honouring 'other D-Day'

Jewish group demands renaming French village called ‘Death to Jews’


War For Global Energy Supremacy-World War III

As War Escalates, Obama Makes ISIS ‘Enemy Number One’

Islamic State goes beyond a terror group with its tactics

Interpol Urges World Response to Iraq Extremists

Gunmen kill dozens at Sunni mosque in Iraq, raising fears of sectarian war

'Terrorists' Help US in Battle Against ISIS in Iraq

UN says Syrian civil war has claimed more than 191000 lives  

Shi'ite militia kill dozens of Iraqi Sunnis in mosque shooting

Yemen on High Alert as Rebels Push to Overthrow Government

170 migrants feared lost at sea off Libya: Coastguard

U.S. General Says Raiding Syria Is Key to Halting ISIS



Insight Into Today’s News

LIVE: Iceland Volcano Updates

3D printing drugs – New technology to revolutionize medical industry

Global warming slowdown 'could last another decade'

An Unstoppable Killer: New Research Suggests Cancer Can't Be Eradicated

Swedish doctors cannot explain rise in hypospadias penis birth defect

Soviet-era Tesla Tower restarted with spectacular lightning bolts

Main Ingredient in Monsanto’s RoundUp, Patented as an Antibiotic, Destroying GI Tract

Siberian elders vote to bury 2,500 yo mummy to stop quakes, floods

Life in space? Sea plankton discovered attached to ISS outer hull

Scientists Find Chemical Toxins in Utero Unmistakably Linked to Autism



Netanyahu Slams Ministers Criticizing His Handling of Hamas War

Ya'alon: Israel Will Continue to Strike Hamas Leaders at Any Time and Place

Four-year-old Israeli boy killed, eight wounded by Gaza fire on Friday

Businesses, Policy Makers Worry Israel Faces War of Attrition

Hamas executes 18 suspected Israeli informers in Gaza

Hamas says three top commanders killed by Israeli airstrike in Gaza

Gaza Body Count Mounts to 2,065 as Israel Intensifies Attacks

UNICEF : 469 Gaza children killed, over 370,000 need ‘psychosocial aid’

Israel Targets Relatives of Murdered Teen




Foreign Minister Davutoglu Nominated to Be Turkey's Next Premier

Intelligence Chief Assures Ocalan That Peace Process Will Continue

Dozens More Turkish Police Detained As Wiretapping Probe Widens

Kurd Shot Dead in Clash Over Statue With Turkish Forces

Opposition calls on Gül to appoint deputy PM to end controversy

Turkey: German spying ‘unacceptable’ if confirmed

Foreign Ministry Summons German Ambassador Amid Growing Spy Scandal

Controversial statue of PKK founder to be demolished

Two blasts in southeastern Turkey




33 killed, over 40 injured in fatal Egypt bus crash

Saudi Grand Mufti: Iraq’s Islamic State group Enemy No. 1 of Islam

Nigerian woman suspected of Ebola dies in UAE

Lashes for Saudi woman who called morality police liars

Three Islamist protesters killed in Cairo

Boko Haram Kidnaps 100 in Nigeria, Chad Frees Most Captives

Six protesters, one policeman killed in Rabaa clashes

Bahrain court sentences 14 to life imprisonment in policeman’s killing

Egypt Officials Accused Of "Crimes Against Humanity" By HRW



Iran denies report linking Iraq cooperation to nuclear talks

Tehran ready to join international action in Iraq if sanctions are lifted

Despite sanctions relief, Iran aids Hamas with missile technology

Strong Quake Hits Western Iran, 250 Injured

Iran says it expects IAEA to close detonator probe

U.N. nuclear chief to visit Iran before investigation deadline

Ayatollah Khamenei Weighs in on the Michael Brown Shooting

Supreme Leader Backs Iraq's New Prime Minister

Iranian Becomes First Woman to Win Math's Top Prize

Iran ready to revive Nabucco project, supply gas to Europe



President Maduro Announces Mandatory Fingerprinting at Grocery Stores

Colombia conflict victims join Farc peace talks in Cuba

Venezuela Oil Price Falls to Lowest Since 2012 Even as Mid-East and Ukraine Simmer

Two dead, several trapped following double earthquake in Ecuador

Colombia’s Ecopetrol Suspends Operations in Tibu Field after 2 Attacks

Economic War in Venezuela continues but Social programs forge ahead

Warnings of Medicine Shortages in Venezuela

Venezuela To Shelter Orphaned, Injured Gazan Children

Plunge in auto production batters Venezuelan car dealerships

Venezuela opposition head Aveledo resigns



Argentina Debt Plan Ruled 'Illegal' in US Court

Clashes in Chile as thousands of students protest lagging education reform

3 members of Pope’s family die in Argentina car crash

Brazil party plans to launch Marina Silva presidential bid

Black box failed to record fatal Brazilian flight

Mayor Gunned Down in Peru

Brazil's President Race Stunned by Candidate Death

Chile’s President Wraps Up Visit to South Africa

US refuses to recognize UN court jurisdiction on Argentina’s debt

Brazil poultry exporters ready to replace US on Russian market




Mexico City Airport Prepares to Deal with Ebola

Mexico protests Texas National Guard troops on US border

More Than 80,300 Homicides in Guatemala Between 1997-2013

Kidnappings in Mexico surge to the highest number on record

Magnitude 5.8 quake shakes southwest Mexico

Mexico signs energy reform into law ending 76yr monopoly

Mexico’s Yaqui Indians Defend Water Rights in Meeting with Senators

Earthquake Shakes Pacific Coast of Panama

Nicaraguan President: Netanyahu Is ‘Possessed By The Devil’



Cuba to Issue New Banknotes as Part of Monetary Reform

Honduras Detains 16 Cubans Headed for U.S.

Beer shortage and heatwave spells misery for Cubans

Cuba Recalls Retired Professors to Cover University Deficit

US Sees Surge in Cuban Rafters Aiming for Florida

Cuba Celebrates Fidel Castro’s 88th Birthday

Armed Haiti Prison Break Frees Unknown Number of Inmates

Castro says US, Europe’s biggest mistake is underestimating Russian people

Obama Sent Young 'Aid Workers' to Cuba to Gin Up Rebellion



United Nations

Ebola Outbreak: Death Toll Poised To Break Record By September 1

Ebola spreads in Nigeria; Liberia has 1000 deaths

Senegal closes borders with Guinea over Ebola

Europe, US Mull UN Resolution on Gaza Truce

Violent Quarantine Clashes Hamper Liberia's Struggle to Contain Ebola

Senior doctor who treated Nigeria’s first Ebola patient dies of the disease

Liberia's Ebola clampdown turns violent as Asia fears new cases

Liberian police fire live bullets to disperse Ebola protest

Deadly 2010 Polio Outbreak in Congo Linked to Mutant Virus



Fears Hiroshima landslide toll could double as more rain hampers search

'Fire Power': Japan military start exercises near Mount Fuji

At least 18 dead and 13 missing as huge landslide engulfs Japanese homes

US Welcomes Start of Base Move on Japan's Okinawa

Fukushima Radiation Causing Long Term Effects

Japanese ministers visit Yasukuni Shrine on anniversary of second world war defeat

Russian Military Drills in Asia Spark Japan’s Anger

Heat wave in Japan kills eight, hospitalizes 4100

Japan GDP growth collapses amid sales tax shock

Typhoon Halong claims 10 lives in Japan

Japanese athletes warned to keep a low profile at China Youth Olympics




India Hunger Striker Re-Arrested

India plans US$1bn mountain strike corps to counter China

India: Pakistan army targets 20 BSF posts, third ceasefire violation in 24 hours

PM Narendra Modi seeks to build up military might


Imran: Protest to continue until PM’s resignation

Militant attack from Afghanistan kills Pakistani soldier

Pakistani opposition leader quits talks with government

Afghanistan Elections: Nervous Citizens Fear Return to Violence Amid Ballot Deadlock



Widodo Court Victory Ends Indonesia's Most-Divisive Election

Indonesian police fire tear gas to disperse protesters over last month’s poll

G20 Brisbane summit: Australian economic leaders don't care if Vladimir Putin comes

Australia, Indonesia to restore intelligence, military cooperation

Completion of Australia’s largest solar plant at risk

15 missing as boat carrying 20 foreign tourists sinks in eastern Indonesia

Australia to offer refuge to Yazidis

Tony Abbott says Australia does not rule out military action in Iraq

The US Will Increase Its Military Presence in Australia

Many Aussies Regret Voting PM Tony Abbott into Office











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