Another Putin Critic Winds up Dead

A Russian journalist known for his criticism of President Vladimir Putin has died after being beaten by unknown attackers, it has been reported.

Nikolai Andrushchenko

Nikolai Andrushchenko, 73, who co-founded the Novy Peterburg newspaper, was attacked six weeks ago and had been in a coma since then.

He

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What are The “Magic Islands” on Saturn’s Moon Titan?

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When NASA’s Cassini mission surveyed Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, in 2013, scientists encountered a mystery they couldn’t solve: the “magic islands.”

Radar images showed unexplained bright regions in Ligeia Mare, the second largest liquid body on Titan’s surface. The sea is 50% larger than our own Lake Superior and is comprised of liquid

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U.S. Destruction Depicted During N. Korean Musical

North Korean musical show to mark the birthday of founder Kim Il Sung ends with a mock-up video of missiles engulfing the United States in flames.

Surprise, There was no Naval Armada on its way to the Korean Peninsula as Reported!

A US aircraft carrier and other warships did not sail towards North Korea – but went in the opposite direction, it has emerged. The US Navy said on 8 April that the Carl Vinson strike group was traveling to the Korean peninsula amid tensions over Pyongyang’s nuclear ambitions.

Last week President Trump said an

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Serious Doubts Raised Over Effectiveness of U.S. Anti-Missile System

Top generals have been insisting for years that if North Korea launched a missile at the United States, the U.S military would be able to shoot it down. But that is a highly questionable assertion, according to independent scientists and government investigators.

FILE PHOTO: Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) interceptor © Ben Listerman

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This is the Deportation People were Worried About!

Federal agents ignored President Trump’s pledge to protect from deportation undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children by sending a young man back to his native Mexico, the first such documented case, a USA TODAY examination of the new administration’s immigration policies shows.

After spending an evening with his girlfriend in Calexico,

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Potential Killer Asteroid Made “Close” Pass Today, Only 4 times distance of Moon

On April 19 (Today), an asteroid roughly the size of the Rock of Gibraltar will speed safely by Earth at a distance of 1.1 million miles — or less than five times the distance from Earth to the moon.

NASA says there’s no chance the 2,000-foot-wide space rock will hit our

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Iran Parade’s New Air Defense Hardware

At an annual military parade in Tehran on Tuesday, Iran showed off its new S-300 air defense missile system and other weapons, many displayed under banners calling for Israel’s demise.

An Iranian military truck displays a banner reading “Death to Israel” as it carries munitions during a parade marking the country’s National Army Day,

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2 Russian Bombers Intercepted off Alaskan Coast

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The U.S. military says it intercepted two Russian bombers in international airspace off Alaska’s coast.

Russian Tu-95 Bear bomber

Navy Commander Gary Ross, a Pentagon spokesman, says a pair of F-22 Raptor aircraft intercepted the Russian TU-95 Bear bombers on Monday.

Ross says the intercept was “safe and professional.”

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NSA Allegedly Linked to US-Israeli Stuxnet malware that targeted Iran

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Malicious computer malware that caused substantial damage to Iran’s nuclear program may be the work of the NSA, researchers burrowing into the latest leak from hacking group Shadow Brokers have discovered within the computer data.

A tool found in Friday’s leak matched one used by the notorious Stuxnet malware.

First detected in 2010, Stuxnet

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Prisoners Build Computers, Hide them and use them for hacking

The Internet is everywhere. The latest anecdotal evidence of this is a story of prison inmates that build their own computer and connected it to the internet.

Back in 2015, prisoners at the Marion Correctional Institution in Ohio built two computers from discarded parts which they transported 1,100 feet through prison grounds

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The Beer Secreting Tree

The euphoria is over as suddenly as it began five months ago. The oozing of the ‘beer-like’ liquid from a neem tree on Delhi University’s north campus stopped a few days ago, leaving tipplers high and dry.

Scientists believe the oozing of the sap from the Neem tree could have stopped

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Questionable U.S. Drone Strike (Allegedly) Confirmed as Mosque

A lethal US drone strike in Syria on March 16th did target a mosque – as locals have always insisted and American officials have denied – according to new analysis by Forensic Architecture, Human Rights Watch and Bellingcat. Researchers also allege that the US launched Hellfire missiles

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IRS Hires Private Debt Collectors

You won’t just be receiving a call from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) moving forward, but also from debt collectors. The tax collection agency has contracted out the task of pursuing unpaid taxes.

The IRS announced earlier this month that it has hired four debt collection agencies to get

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Have School Issued Devices Been Caught Spying on Students?

The Feds, and educational technology (ed tech) companies are using tablets and laptops to spy on students from kindergarten through college.

Students, teachers,administrators and librarians across the country are being forced to use school-issued tablets and laptops which use educational cloud services that spy on everything.

According to a EFF’s “Spying on Students”

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Tomb of 5 Archbishops Accidentally Discovered

It is a perfect Easter story except, unlike Jesus’s empty tomb after the Resurrection, this tomb is crammed with the remains of former Archbishops of Canterbury.

Last year, during the refurbishment of the Garden Museum, which is housed in a deconsecrated medieval parish church next to Lambeth Palace, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s official London residence,

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$43m Found in Empty Apartment in Lagos, Nigeria

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The Nigerian anti-corruption unit discovered more than $43 million in US dollars at an upscale apartment in Lagos. The anti-graft agency said in a statement it raided the apartment Tuesday after a tipoff about a “haggard” woman in “dirty clothes” taking bags in and out of the apartment. The agency said it also found

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Mental Health of Americans at All Time Low

More Americans than ever before suffer from serious psychological distress, and the country’s ability to meet the growing demand for mental health services is rapidly eroding.

Researchers from NYU Langone Medical Center analyzed a federal health information database and concluded that 3.4 percent of the U.S. population (more than 8.3 million) adult Americans suffer

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N. Korea: “We Will be Testing Missiles Weekly!”

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North Korea will continue to test missiles despite international condemnation and increasing military tensions with the United States, a senior official has told the BBC.

“We’ll be conducting more missile tests on a weekly, monthly and yearly basis,” Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-Ryol told the BBC’s John Sudworth in Pyongyang.

He said that an

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Scores of Palestinian Prisoners in Israel Conducting Hunger Strike

Palestinian prisoners and detainees are staging a mass open-ended hunger strike to protest their conditions in Israeli prisons.

Protesters hold up portraits of Palestinians detained in Israeli jails during a demonstration in Gaza City to show support to the prisoners who launched a hunger strike on April 17, 2017.

Israeli authorities say approximately 1,100

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