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January 29, 2015

 

 

United States

Obama Eyes Record Pentagon Budget for 2016

Obama administration releases plans for expanding offshore oil exploration

Attorney general nominee Lynch holds her own at Senate hearing

US Senate Rejects Keystone Solar Power Amendment

Department of Homeland Security Relaunches “See Something, Say Something” Campaign

Trial Begins In Major Trafficking Case Stemming From Hurricane Katrina Clean-up

Moderate earthquake strikes Northern California coast

Chicago Confirms First Case of Measles  

Census data: One in five U.S. children now rely on food stamps

Nationwide Ban On Personal Body Armor Proposed In Congress: “10 Years Imprisonment” For Possession

DEA admits plan to monitor license plates at gun shows, says it was ‘never authorized’

Canada Casts Global Surveillance Dragnet Over File Downloads

 

Russia

Why Putin Is the Big Winner in Greece’s Elections

Putin Announces Plans to Sell More Guns to Africa, Asia and Latin America

Kalashnikov shifting focus to Asia-Pacific and African markets due to sanctions

PACE strips Russia of voting rights until April over Ukraine, Russia quits for 1 year

Russian lawmakers urge ‘fundamental decisions’ following PACE sanctions

Bid to Condemn ‘Annexation of East Germany’ in Russian Parliament

Russia Spares Defense Spending as Most 2015 Outlays Cut 10%

UK inquiry seeks to find if Russia put polonium in spy's tea

U.S. Signs $2 Billion Loan Agreement With Ukraine, Offers To Increase Pressure On Russia

After Three Russians Are Charged, the Prospect of a Spy Swap Surfaces

Chechen leader accuses US, West of seeking to shatter Russian economy

PM Medvedev vows ‘unrestricted’ response if banned from SWIFT payment system

China

China launches massive suicide survey after party officials’ deaths during graft crackdown

State media calls for dissenting Tibetan officials to be punished

China's super-rich communist Buddhists

U.S. businesses urge China to postpone new cybersecurity policies

China to Apply Some Shanghai Free-Trade Zone Policies Nationwide

China to launch new probe into leveraged stock speculation

North Korea may be restarting reactor which produces nuclear bomb fuel

North Korea raises prospect of detaining South Koreans at Kaesong complex

Ex-Seoul Leader: Kim Jong Il Demanded $10 Billion for Summit

Communist cadres in Tibet punished for helping Dalai Lama

Thailand warns US to mind its own business over politics

Neighbours’ homes collapse after Chinese official digs huge illegal basement

 

 

United Kingdom

Greek election severe blow to Cameron’s hopes of EU treaty change

Spelling mistake costs U.K. government $16M

SNP government imposes shale gas moratorium in Scotland

Government gags & intimidates charities that criticize austerity policies

Damning report on banking collapse stalled until after UK election

Cameron's Office Says Greece Should Deal With Deficit, Meet Commitments

British left stage celebration and solidarity demonstration at Greek embassy

Abuse of procedure: Lords try to sneak ‘Snooper’s Charter’ into bill

Too Many Surveillance Cameras in UK Serve No Purpose

Cameron Says Results of Greek Election to Increase Economic Uncertainty in EU

Hoax call to David Cameron prompts security review

 

European Union

Nuland says NATO must install command and control centers in all six frontline states

Spain Requests UN Probe Into Peacekeeper's Death During Shelling in Lebanon

Greek Official Says Sanctions Against Russia Damage Economy of Greece

Greek Stocks Plunge as Tsipras Vows to Fight EU Demands

Syriza comes out swinging over EU anti-Russia statement

Islamic State militants threaten attacks on Belgium

The Belgium Question: Why Is a Small Country Producing So Many Jihadists?  

Italian Police Crack Down on Organized Crime

EU leaders likely to decide on new Russia sanctions

Danish Islamist Group Slams Authorities Attempt to 'Split' Muslim Community

Greece’s Odd-Couple Only Agrees About Ending Austerity

 

 

Germany

Obama, Merkel pile pressure on Russia

German Anti-Immigrant Leaders Resign

Upstart German Party Considers Anti-Islam Stance

German activists trick ‘anti-Islamization’ protesters into promoting tolerance

Germany to partner in developing 3 smart cities

Switzerland aiming to become the global data vault

Norway Regulator Raises Warning Housing Market Is Out of Control

Strike aimed at halting Norway

‘Anti-Islamization’ & ‘pro-tolerance’ activists march in Berlin

Merkel stresses need to avoid further escalation of Ukraine crisis

Germany halts arms exports to Saudi Arabia citing regional instability

Decades of Suspicions: Did German Companies Aid Syrian Chemical Weapons Program?

 

France

Hollande invites Tsipras to Paris in early February

Hollande urges Turkey to 'break taboos' on Armenia WWI killings

France wants to hold social media networks accountable for hate speech

In France's suburbs, state neglect breeds resentment

France unveils anti-jihad campaign with video and web site

Finance Minister: EU must target anonymous money transfers to tackle militants

Special Operations Forces Launch Anti-Jihadist Raid in Southern France

Le Pen Says Syriza Win in Greece a 'Horrific Democratic Slap' in EU's Face

National Front Founder Jean-Marie Le Pen Injured in House Fire

BBC Arabic boss says Paris attackers should not be labeled ‘terrorists’

 

 

War For Global Energy Supremacy-World War III

Islamic State releases new audio message by Japanese hostage

ISIS threatens to execute Jordanian hostage unless Iraqi prisoner released by Thursday sunset

Sajida Al-Rishawi Reportedly Arrives in IS-Controlled Territory

Jordan Willing to Swap Prisoner for IS Hostage

US Drone Strike in Yemen Killed 12-Year-Old Student

Kurds push Canada’s top soldier in Iraq for military aid to fight IS militants

Mosul deteriorates under IS occupation

Yazidis ask Israel for help

Islamic State operative confesses to receiving funding through US

Etihad, Air Arabia both suspend Baghdad flights

Islamic State Militants Reportedly Kidnap 30 Civilians in Northern Iraq

 

 

Interesting Developments

US "Fighting" Terror Group With Fictional Leaders

Infamous 'Regin' malware linked to Snowden's NSA files

Intervention in civil wars ‘far more likely in oil-rich nations’

Shadow of man on Mars seen in NASA rover photo

Big asteroid that skimmed Earth has its own moon

FBI Creating New Extremists Instead of Dismantling Existing Terror Cells

Panicked super rich buying boltholes with private airstrips to escape if poor rise up

"Out Of My Face Please" - Why Are US Soldiers In Mariupol?

Putin Draws Line In The Sand As West’s Major Oil Companies Push For War  

The Federal Reserve Has Declared the Winner in the Generational Financial War

 

Israel

Netanyahu: Those behind deadly border attack will pay the price

Benjamin Netanyahu Stuns Israel Backers by Embracing Republicans on Iran

Israel, Hezbollah Violence Flares in Golan Heights

Israel blames Hezbollah for Spanish peacekeeper’s death on Lebanese border

Mohammed Dahlan moves against Abbas, threatens Fatah in Gaza

UN Mission in Gaza Attacked by Protesters Over Subsidies Suspension

IDF Vehicle Comes Under Fire on Lebanon Border, 15 Israeli Soldiers Killed

IDF strikes Syrian army targets following Golan rocket attacks

UN Relief Agency Suspends Aid to Gaza Over Lack of Funds

 

 

Turkey

Erdogan says no to Syrian Kurdistan

Erdoğan going to Cuba, no plan to build mosque

Air conditioning Erdoğan’s palace equals wages of 660 village headmen

Turkish police fire tear gas to stop people entering Kobani

Deputy PM Says Ankara Ready to Rebuild Gaza Strip Instead of UN

Turkey opens biggest refugee camp for 35,000 from Kobani

Turkey orders Facebook to block pages insulting Mohammad

President Erdoğan launches projects in Somalia under tight security

PM Davutoğlu wants a new Middle East for Turks, Kurds, Arabs

Thousands chant for Hizbullah in Charlie Hebdo protest in southeast Turkey

 

 

Egypt

Islamic State Offshoots Spring Up in Egypt, Other Countries

5 policemen injured in Egypt blast

Ethiopia aims to soothe Egypt fears over the Nile

Bahrain's most senior opposition leader goes on trial

4 beheaded in Saudi Arabia less than a week into King Salman's rule

Bahrain Opposition Urges Economic Boycott to Protest Its Leader's Trial

Tanzanian Politician Chopped to Pieces, Cooked After Adultery Accusations

Africans may mandate regional force against Boko Haram this week

Saudi Succession Hints at Shift in Foreign Role

OPEC head: Oil can recover to $200 if supply dries up

 

 

Iran

Khamenei Adviser Meets Putin

Adviser: Iran considers regional countries’ security its own

Rouhani rejects appointing officials with dual citizenship

Quds official likens Yemen's Houthis to Hezbollah in Lebanon

Iran, Europe negotiators to meet Thursday in Istanbul

New U.N. ambassador named months after U.S. bans first choice

Iran sends warning to Israel via US officials

Iran, Russia to create ‘joint bank’ for trade in national currencies

Central bank stops US dollar transactions, adopts RMB

Iran "resolute" over peaceful nuclear rights

Lawmakers Drafting Law on Nuclear Enrichment Hike

 

 

Venezuela

Security Chief Claims Venezuela’s Vice-President Cabello Is Head of Drug Cartel

Colombia angers Venezuela with call to free jailed opponent

Venezuelan Opposition Protests Food Shortage

Maduro lashes out at former Latin American presidents who plan to attend meeting of opposition coalition

Capriles Calls for Opposition Unity, Says 80% of Venezuelans “Want Change”

Robbers target food delivery trucks in shortage-hit Venezuela

UN Warns Peace Could Destroy Environment in Colombia

Evo Morales Begins 3rd Term as President of Bolivia

Maduro announces reform push to counter recession

Ecuador to Provide Assange With Asylum for 'As Long As Necessary'

 

 

Brazil

Brazil's biggest city may cut water service to 2 days a week

Brazilian ambassador: BRICS to discuss creating new rating agency in March

Two US Tanks Discovered During Police Raid for Stolen Goods in Brazil

Argentine Official Casts Suspicion on an Aide to Prosecutor

Kirchner calls for Argentine intelligence service overhaul

Prosecutor’s Death Dims Hopes for Justice in 1994 Attack on Jewish Center

Brazil Running Out of Water: Emergency Meeting Held to Combat Drought

Reporter covering prosecutor's death leaves Argentina

Argentine prosecutor shot point blank in forehead

 

Mexico

Rights groups also doubt Mexico account on missing students

Mexico says murdered students were mistaken for rival gang

Investigation Shows That All 43 Students Are Dead

President Nieto Amends Strategy for Michoacan Before Key Elections

Mexico Removes Security Envoy From Troubled Michoacan

Convicted Guatemalan Ex-Police Chief to Pay Compensation to Six Victims

New graft allegations levelled at President Peña Nieto

Gang Member Reportedly Arrested Over Disappearance of Students in Mexico

Mexico Issues Birth Certificates in the U.S. to Facilitate Integration

 

 

Cuba

President Raul Castro demands US hands back Guantanamo Bay

Fidel Castro Says He Distrusts Washington Politics

Fidel Castro Writes Statement on Shift in Cuba-US Relations

Cuban youth build secret computer network despite Wi-Fi ban

Cuba leaves talks on US ties insisting it won't make major changes to its system

Cuba and U.S. Conclude First Official Talks with Differences on Human Rights

Cuban diplomats slam U.S. on human rights

Senior US diplomat ruffles Cuba by meeting dissidents

US, Cuba Open Talks on Re-Establishing Ties

Cuba, US Plan to Discuss Embassies Reopening

 

United Nations

Russia’s UN Envoy Calls for Investigation of Mariupol, Donetsk Shellings

UN Reports South Sudan Has Thousands of Child Soldiers

UN Security Council Deplores IS Execution of Japanese Hostage Haruna Yukawa

UN Announces Libya Talks to Resume in Geneva in Coming Week

World Health Organization to Pursue Reforms

UN Security Council fails to agree on text of statement on Mariuopl shelling

Mali Separatists Slam UN Over Clash, Freeze Cooperation

Sierra Leone relaxes Ebola emergency restrictions

UN Condemns Attack on Libya's Central Bank, Calls for Renewed Ceasefire

 

Japan

PM Abe: New video of Islamic State captive Goto 'despicable'

Japan condemns apparent IS execution, demands hostage release

Fukushima Water Cleanup Misses Targets, Completion Delayed Until May

US Navy container ship carrying troops runs aground

Islamic State deadline passes, no word on Japanese hostages

Abe pledges support for W. Asian countries battling Islamic State

Japan Set To Surpass China As America's Largest Creditor

Japan Mints First Robot Billionaire

National Manhunt in Japan for a YouTuber Who Allegedly Stole...Snacks

China, Japan Agree on Launch of Crisis Management Body for Disputed Islands

Japan unveils record defense budget

 

 

India

Indian Army Brandishes Russian Weapons During Republic Day Parade

Republic Day Parade: Amid Security for President Barack Obama, 'Black Cap and Muffler' Alert for Cops

Indian Civil Rights Activist Re-arrested, Force-Fed Through the Nose

Woman Explodes Outside Indian Courtroom: 2 Dead, Many Injured

Pakistan

Pakistan Criticizes Indian Inclusion in Nuclear Suppliers Group

Five dead in landmine blast in southwest Pakistan

Power breakdown plunges Pakistan into darkness

Over 8,000 Arrested in Northwest Pakistan on Suspicion of Terrorism

 

Australia

Police Bullet Fragment Killed 'Sydney Siege' Hostage, Probe Finds

Labor Party Slams Abbott for Neglecting Issue of Climate Change

Two-Week Protests End at Australia’s Center for Undocumented Immigrants

Philippines Police Say 43 Commandos Killed In Clashes With Muslim Rebels

Opposition Leader Calls for Australian Republic Ahead of National Day

Politician Joins Syrian Kurds in Fighting Against IS

30 police are killed in Philippines during raid to capture top terrorist

Tony Abbott tells Sydney lslamic protesters to 'lighten up'

Tony Abbott asks Indonesia to reconsider death penalty for Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran

Australian police terrorism threat level raised to high

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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