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Jul 22 00:56

Legalised murder: US airforce kills 12 Afghan police

Just another day of the US terrorising the world. If Russia did this the media and establishment would call for WW3.

Jul 21 22:15

Government approved arms sales to 20 countries on its own list of human rights abusers, say campaigners

The Government has approved licences for arms deals to two-thirds of the countries on its own list of human rights abusers, a campaign group has said.

Boris Johnson's Foreign Office released its annual human rights report on Friday including a list of 30 countries, like Bahrain, China, Saudi Arabia and Israel, it had given “priority” status in 2016.

But in the same year, the Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) said, the UK licensed £820m of arms to 20 countries on the list.

Jul 21 18:28

O.J. Simpson Granted Release From Nevada Prison In October

O.J. Simpson was granted parole from prison on Thursday after serving nine years for a botched armed robbery in a Las Vegas hotel room and will be released in October.

Jul 21 18:26

Codex Alimentarius And Monsanto’s Toxic Relations

“Our soils are sick from greed-based, irresponsible agricultural practices, pesticides, chemical fertilizers, erosion and mineral depletion, all of which stop or reduce adequate microbial activity in the soil, rendering them sick and/or dead and sterile. Sick soils make for sick plants and sick plants make for sick humans and animals.” Scott Tips, president of the National Health Federation, Crashing Monsanto’s Pesticide Party in Beijing.

Jul 21 17:59

Yellowstone supervolcano ready to blow? Rational analysis says it’s unlikely in your lifetime

There has been a lot of concern about the Yellowstone supervolcano over the past few weeks due to the nearly 1,000 small earthquakes recently detected in the region.

It is true that if the Yellowstone caldera blows, it would blanket much of North America with up to three feet of ash, devastating the ecosystem, collapsing the food supply and leading to mass famine. However, with Yellowstone erupting only once every 600,000 years or so, is it really rational to focus preparedness efforts on something that’s highly unlikely to happen in your lifetime?

Jul 21 17:44

Fukushima breakthrough as robot spots melted fuel 'lava rocks' inside damaged reactor for first time

Cameras mounted on the robot showed extensive damage caused by the core meltdown, with fuel debris mixed with broken reactor parts, suggesting the difficult challenges ahead in the decades-long decommissioning of the destroyed plant.

Experts have said the fuel melted and much of it fell to the chamber's bottom and is now covered by radioactive water as deep as 6 meters (20 feet).

The fuel, during meltdown, also likely melted its casing and other metal structures inside the reactor, forming rocks as it cooled.

Jul 21 17:34

Twitter comes under fire as it emerges paedophiles are using live streaming app Periscope to groom children as young as nine

Twitter has come under fire after it emerged that paedophiles are using its Periscope live streaming app to groom children as young as nine.

They are bombarding the youngsters with sexual questions and requests, asking them to lift up their shirts and take off their clothes.

The app – which has more than 10million users – allows people to film themselves on their mobile phones and broadcast to strangers over the internet.

People watching then can send the ‘broadcasters’ messages, which flash up on the screen for everyone to see.

It is supposed to be restricted to children over the age of 13, but users can simply state they are older.

Children as young as nine are broadcasting to strangers from their bedrooms and even from school, the BBC reported.

Jul 21 17:12

Gingrich: Mueller's Law Firm Gave 99.81% of Its Donations to Hillary Clinton Last Year

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich told Fox News's Sean Hannity on Thursday that 99.81% of donations from special counsel Robert Mueller's former law firm went to Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election.

Jul 21 16:56

UK court blocks £14bn class action case against MasterCard

A £14bn class-action lawsuit against MasterCard for allegedly overcharging more than 45 million people in Britain over a 16-year period was blocked by a British court on Friday.

The competition appeal tribunal (CAT), a newly empowered court that oversees Britain’s fledgling class action regime, ruled that it would not grant the necessary collective proceedings order for the case to continue to trial.

Jul 21 15:52

Yemen in grip of world's worst cholera outbreak

After nearly two-and-a-half years of war, Yemen is in the grip of a new battle - the world's worst cholera outbreak.

The disease, which should have been left in the 19th century, is spreading at a terrifying rate.

Pictures released by the United Nations show a hospital overwhelmed with so many victims they are being treated in corridors.

There are 5,000 new cases of cholera across Yemen every day.

Jul 21 15:38

Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook blow massive amounts lobbying Trump administration

In the second quarter of 2017 – April through to June – Google spent $5.93m on sending its representatives to meet with Senators. Amazon came next with $3.21m, then Facebook with $2.38m and finally Apple with $2.2m.

Jul 21 15:33

Corbyn More Popular Than May For 1st Time, Polls Show

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is more popular than Prime Minister Theresa May with the wider public for the first time, new opinion polls suggest.

New polls compiled by Ipsos MORI for the London Evening Standard newspaper reveal that May’s popularity has fallen to a record low, whilst her main opponent, Labour leader Corbyn, is viewed more favorably than ever before.

Jul 21 15:30

Acute antipsychotic-induced akathisia revisited

Akathisia was initially observed in patients with basal ganglia disorders, primarily Parkinson’s disease. Introduction of first-generation antipsychotic (FGA) agents drew attention to anti-psychotic-induced akathisia as it appeared to be one of the most frequent and distressing drug-induced movement disorders, occurring in around one in four FGA-treated patients. It is characterised by restless movements and a subjective sense of inner restlessness coupled with distress, and develops predominantly in patients treated with high-potency FGAs, at high doses and during rapid dose escalation. The identification of akathisia in a meaningful proportion of patients treated with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and its association with suicidal behaviour highlights its clinical significance.

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