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Scot Refusal of Independence Impacts Pound-Sterling

As the world watched with baited breath, the results of Scottish poll for independence left no-one in doubt and may be a few surprised. The verdict was in favour of those who did not wish to break away from United Kingdom and with 55%, it accounted for the opinion of 1.9 million people. Those who were vying for independence from the more powerful neighbour constituted 45%, meaning 1.5 million vote ....

UFO: Alien Planet moves toward Earth suggests Texas Professor

UFO Sightings Daily documents that according to Dr. Kyle Kaplan, a planet-sized object will be at Earth by August, 2014.  Kaplan says prior to its arrival, Earth will experience more and more adverse effects from the gravity of this planet.  TRN inquired of other astronomy and geological experts and they told us that if Kaplan's scenario is true, the problems Earth wil ....

U.S. Hospital charges snake bite victim $89,000 for treatment

(NaturalNews) -- The American medical industry has become a con, an economic hoax, bloating prices to unthinkable levels for simple medical services. It's obvious that the medical industry tries to rake in as much as they can from insurance companies as patients are caught in the whirlwind. It's hard to blame them, as they must compensate for government interventionist medical programs that spike ....

Kashmir can guarantee regional peace

The race for conventional military might, nuclear weapons or weapons of mass destruction portrays a scary doomsday scenario pressing the panic button. A frantic effort on international level is on to find solution to some of volatile political situations bearing hallmark for potential threat of total annihilation. There is a lot at stake and fingers crossed any mishap can make explosions of Hiro ....

Extraterrestrial Cube visits Sun

Is there an alien intelligence visiting the Sun?  Scott Waring who edits UFO Sightings Daily makes the following report of an alien cube which curiously resembles the "Cube" on a regressive alien species referred to in the science fiction series Star Trek as "The Borg".
The cube has appeared again in NASA photos and although it’s far from the sun, it will soon be visible ne ....

Indian corruption: Anna Hazare launches Lokpal agitation, again

Anti-corruption  movement and Common-man (Aam Admi) politics have threatened  all political parties by their  spectacular show at the hustings in Delhi They also promise to create an essential sea-change in Indian  politics  that has remained rotten for too long- both nationally and regionally, where the politicians make merry along with corporate class and rich and at the ....

Global Warming demonstrates World Financial and Political Scheme

The recent claim by scientists of finding hundreds of plumes of methane gas, some 1,000 metres in diameter, bubbling up through tundra in the Arctic of Russia in general and Siberia in particular, would have everyone believe it is happening because of melting polar ice due to Global Warming/Climate Change.  As usual and as always, the deception is also found here, just the same as with all of ....

Canada’s Peruvian conflict of interest

In the midst of a Senate scandal at home, Prime Minister Stephen Harper landed in Peru this week to announce, among other things, that Canada would commit $16 million to help the resource-rich country improve and speed up its environmental assessment process. That might raise some eyebrows among those at home who are critical of recent changes to Canada’s environmental assessment laws that ca ....

British naval warship visits Pakistan

  HMS Bulwark, part of the UK’s Response Force Task Group deployed on Cougar 13, has visited Pakistan. The ship was in Karachi for a short time to undertake an amphibious familiarisation for the Pakistan Marines with J Company, 42 Commando Royal Marines, and 4 Assault Squadron Royal Marines (ASRM), and to conduct talks with Pakistan Navy personnel recently returned fr ....

Fukushima faces strong typhoon -- more environmental disaster

A powerful typhoon was closing in on Japan on Tuesday, on a path that will take it towards the precarious Fukushima nuclear power plant. Typhoon Wipha, packing winds of up to 144 kilometres per hour near its centre, was in the Pacific south of Japan early on Tuesday and moving north at 20 kilometres per hour. It was forecast to reach an area off the Tokyo metropolitan area by early on Wednes ....

Shark bites California surfer

(CBC.ca) -- It was a perfect day for surfing. Except for the shark.  Jay Scrivner, a 45-year-old college English teacher, was waiting for waves off the California coast near his hometown of Eureka on Sunday morning after surfing for about two hours when a great white he estimated at about 2.44 metres to 2.74 metres long bit his thigh and board.  "Sometimes you have a feeli ....

U.S.-backed Iraq: 120 more killed in rampant violence

(DemocracyNow.org) -- A weekend of violence in Iraq has left at least 120 people dead. At least 104 were killed on Saturday in one of Iraq’s deadliest days this year.  Iraq is facing its bloodiest period since the Sunni-Shia fighting between 2006 and 2008, a civil war sparked by the U.S. invasion. More than 4,000 people were killed in Iraq between April and August. ....

Obama regime pursues New World Order doctrine on UN

In an address to the United Nations General Assembly, President Obama openly embraced an aggressive military doctrine backed by previous administrations on using armed force beyond the international norm of self-defence.  Obama told the world that the United States is prepared to use its military to defend what he called "our core interests" in the Middle East: U.S. access to oil. "[Obama] ba ....

War on Terrorism: India, Pakistan pursue Re-unification arrangement

  Islamabad, : Senator Mushahid Hussain , Chairman, Senate Defence Committee, called for cooperation between India and Pakistan to “create new regionalism” while addressing Pakistan India Parliamentarians’ Dialogue, a fifth in the series of dialogue initiated by PILDAT in 2011 “Today, a greater South Asia is emerging as a new geo-economic entity which is not limited to SAARC countr ....

Stop Feeding Third World's hungry humans says Globalist

Top globalist Sir David Attenborough, who last year described humans as a ‘plague on Earth’, has now gone on record in calling for nations of the world to stop sending food aid to starving nations in order to reduce the population of the world. Speaking with the Daily Telegraph, the highly decorated psychopath expanded upon his notion that the plague of ....

Terrorism: Israel has 80 nuclear warheads, can make 190 more

JERUSALEM -- Israel has 80 nuclear warheads and the potential to double that number, according to a new report by U.S. experts. In the Global Nuclear Weapons Inventories, recently published in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, proliferation experts Hans M. Kristensen and Robert S. Norris write that Israel stopped production of nuclear warheads in 2004. But the country has enoug ....

Obama to keep 20,000 troops in Afghanistan: Pakistani senator

ISLAMABAD (Xinhua) -- The United States will keep approximately 20,000 U.S. and NATO troops in Afghanistan who will reside in nine bases in different parts of the war-torn country, a top Pakistani senator said on Friday on the conclusion of his visit to Afghanistan. Chairman of the Pakistani Senate Committee on Defense, Senator Mushahid Hussain Sayed, said on his return from a four-day visit ....

Kashmir protests killing by Taliban

Photo [Left]: Muzaffarabad Kashmiris staging protest against the killing of senior military officers   Kashmiris staged protest rally against the killing of senior Pakistani military officers on pak-Afghan border. Hundreds of people waving Pakistani flags gathered out side press club while chanting Anti-India and pro pakistan slogans. They were also displaying placards and banner ....

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