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19:21 

Republicans Mentioned Israel 23 Times During Their Last Two Debates

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19:12 

Did Russias Intervention Derail Turkeys Plan to Invade Syria?

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Currently, the fiercest fighting is taking place in three areas that are critical for Syrian President Bashar al Assads survival: The Rastan enclave, the North Hama salient, and the Ghab plain. While Assads forces are expected to overpower the jihadis at all three sites, the militants are dug in and have destroyed a number of armored vehicles and tanks. The regime must seize this area in order to control the M5 highway which runs north to south and connects the cities that create an integrated state. Once these enemy strongholds are broken into smaller pockets of resistance, coalition forces will move further north to close the borders with Turkey while attempting to recapture the strategic city of Aleppo.
According to early reports from Syria Direct, the Syrian army has enclosed Aleppo in an open fist configuration that cuts off the main artery of vital supplies to the north from Turkey. As the fist tightens around the city, US-backed rebel units have fled to the west which is now the only possible escape route. The panicky retreat has precipitated protests against rebel leaders who are blamed for losses on the battlefield and for allowing the regimes disastrous completion of the Aleppo siege.
Aleppo is a key node in Moscows strategy to defeat terrorism and reestablish order across Syria. The battle is bound to be hard-fought, possibly involving close-range, house-to-house urban warfare. This is why it is imperative that coalition forces seal the border from Turkey and stop the flow of arms and supplies as soon as possible. There are rumors that Putin will use Russias elite paratroopers north of Aleppo for that very mission, but so far, they are just rumors. Putin has repeatedly said that he will not allow Russian ground troops to fight in Syria...

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19:06 

Ukrainians Eager to Help Out ISIS

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19:01 

A journal of the Ukrainian National Academy of Science publishes the truth...

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17:25 

Reality Check: What We Know About TPP Makes It The Worst Trade Deal Ever

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Seriouslyit is so secret that not even all members of Congress have been allowed to read it. Even weirder, those who have been allowed to read it must do so in a secret room in the basement of the Capitol building. Seriously.
That doesnt mean, however, that we dont know anything about the TPP. And the bits that we do know about it reveal that this really isnt a trade deal.
Take, for instance, the latest meeting over the TPP with world leaders who met here in Atlanta. What were they discussing?
The United States argued for longer protections for exclusivity for prescription drugs. The U.S. delegation was arguing that the trade agreement should expand globally at a 12-year exclusivity period for drugs that treat diseases like cancer.
Doctors Without Borders came out against this stating: TPP countries have agreed to United States government and multinational drug company demands that will raise the price of medicines for millions. . . . The big losers in TPP are patients and treatment providers in developing countries. . . . The TPP will still go down in history as the worst trade agreement for access to medicines in developing countries. Thats not very encouraging. What else do we know about the TPP? Well, it is not just an agreement extending monopolies for drug companies. It is also an agreement that creates massive copyright protections.
The Electronic Freedom Foundation says that, Despite its earlier promises that the TPP would bring greater balance to copyright, more than any other recent trade agreement, the most recent leak of the intellectual property chapter belies their claims. The U.S. Trade Representative [Michael Froman] (USTR) has still failed to live up to its word that it would enshrine meaningful public rights to use copyrighted content in this agreement.
But what you need to know is that the worst thing about the TPP is something called the ISDSthe Investor-State Dispute Settlement.
Under the ISDS, foreign corporations would be allowed to appeal legal decisions to international tribunals rather than face domestic courts.

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17:16 

University of Cambridge study finds 87% of Android devices are insecure

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17:14 

Culture of violence shapes US policy: Analyst

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17:11 

Google degenerates into Ministry of Truth...

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...all knowledge must now be pre-approved by search algorithm
Gone are the days when you could search Google and pull up neutral, relevant content appropriate to your search query. The search engine giant is reportedly pioneering a new search algorithm that will tailor search results not based on popularity or accuracy, but rather on what Google itself deems to be truthful or untruthful.
The world's new "Ministry of Truth", Google believes that screening and censoring information requested by its users will help avoid "websites full of misinformation" from showing up at the top of the search list. Known as the "Knowledge Vault," the novel algorithm is described by The New American as "an automated and super-charged version of Google's manually compiled fact database called Knowledge Graph."
Google's Knowledge Graph, in case you didn't know, was the search engine's first attempt at becoming a purveyor of knowledge rather than just information -- a "smart" search tool, if you will, designed to enhance the relevancy of search results by analyzing various facts, figures, and other data appropriate to a user's intended query.
The Knowledge Vault builds upon this concept, but takes it another step further. By sorting through the actual content of websites to determine whether or not they fit the official narrative for the particular idea or concept presented, the Knowledge Vault will act as a type of knowledge gatekeeper in censoring out information and content deemed to be "false."
"[The Knowledge Vault] promises to let Google answer questions like an oracle rather than a search engine, and even to turn a new lens on human history," wrote Hal Hodson for NewScientist about the project.

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17:07 

China has had a telescope on the moon for the past two years

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17:04 

Hackers Can Silently Control Siri From 16 Feet Away

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21:00 

Solidarity event in Sofia to support Russian military action in Syria

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20:45 

Two F16 aircrafts violate Syrian airspace, target electric power plants in Aleppo

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20:20 

Blast Shakes Ankara Just In Time To Justify NATO Incursion Into Syria

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A massive blast has killed at least 30 and injured over 100 more in NATO-member Turkeys capital of Ankara. The blast appears to have targeted the pro-Kurdish Peoples Democratic Party (HDP) who was holding a peace rally at the moment of the explosion.
Indeed, with nearly a third of ISIS composed of Turkish terrorists, with Turkey being a regional, even global state-sponsor of terrorism targeting as far afield as China and Thailand, and with Turkey allowing its borders to remain open and feed what is clearly ISIS primary supply corridor just north of the Syrian city of Aleppo, it is clear that if ISIS was behind the blasts it was Ankara itself who organized and executed them, and who will attempt to leverage them for maximum benefit.
The bombing comes just as the US attempts to answer Russias recent and expanding anti-terror operation being carried out within Syria with the cooperation of the Syrian government itself, Iran, and Iraq.
Clearly instead of actually fighting ISIS which would most effectively be done by simply cutting their supply lines in Turkey running right out of NATO territory, the US plan involves directly confronting the Russian-backed offensive aimed north which itself seeks to cut ISIS supply lines. In order to do so, the US will require a significant commitment from Turkey who itself has proposed and advocated the US policy of establishing safe havens also sometimes referred to as buffer zones or free zones within seized territory in northern Syria. However, Turkey has lacked the justification and internal political support to do so.

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16:57 

UK & US blocking ban on killer robots experts

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16:46 

Jeff Sessions: Obamatrade Can Be Killed

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16:43 

The question of the third intifada

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16:40 

Has Russia Declared A No-Float Zone In Syria?

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16:37 

China To Join Russian Air Strikes

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16:33 

TOYS R US FORCES U.S. COLLEGE GRADS TO TRAIN THEIR H-1B FOREIGN REPLACEMENTS

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14:47 

Are Russian Air Strikes Really Hitting ISIS Hard? Michael Rivero - October 5, 2015

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