UK Blames Saudi Arabia After Hackers Trace ISIS Accounts To UK Gov’t

A group of teen hackers traced terrorist accounts on Twitter to a group of IP addresses originally owned by the British government but later sold to Saudi Internet companies. Continue reading

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That’s Nuts!: Thailand’s Newest Power Plant Runs On Coconut Waste

Currently, almost two-thirds of Europe’s renewable energy comes from burning biomass, and the industry employs almost half a million workers. Continue reading

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Conservatives Blame Muslims For ISIS, But Most Of ISIS’ Victims Are Muslims

“ISIS has killed more Muslims than certainly members of any other religion,” noted Democracy Now!’s Amy Goodman after the Paris Attacks. Continue reading

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EU Nominates Violent US-Backed Venezuelan Opposition For Human Rights Prize

The EU nominated Mesa de la Humanidad Democrática for the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, despite the opposition coalition’s role in anti-government protests that grew increasingly violent before culminating in a coup attempt against the Venezuelan president.
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WikiLeaks: US Government Plotted To Kill Bolivian President Evo Morales

The Bolivian government presses ahead with plans to investigate the alleged assassination plot, despite a formal denial from the U.S. Embassy in Bolivia. Continue reading

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Iraq’s Yazidis Take Claims Of Genocide By ISIS To International Criminal Court

The claims of genocide against the Yazidi minority include summary execution of hundreds of men, the rape of thousands of women, and the abduction of children who are forced to convert to Salafist Islam. Continue reading

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