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Man accused of breaking into home and painting dog purple

A man has been arrested for allegedly breaking into a home in Martha’s Vineyard in the US and painting the resident’s dog purple before fleeing with a stolen vehicle. On Saturday police responded to a report that a stolen vehicle had…
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Emergency response triggered at US school after forty students eat one of the world's hottest peppers

An emergency response was initiated at a school in Ohio after around 40 children ingested Bhut Jolokia peppers – one of the hottest species in existence. An unidentified student brought the peppers into Milton Union Middle School, West…
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Kim Jong-un throws dance party to celebrate North Korea missile launch

North Korea celebrated its “Military First” holiday and the recent success of its ballistic missile testing with mass dances and a series of outdoor concerts in Pyongyang. State television broadcasts and newspaper front pages hailed…

‘Please leave your guns at home,’ Canada politely asks US tourists

https://twitter.com/arkhamslight/status/763111077051789313 “It is strongly recommended that you do not carry your firearm when traveling to Canada and/or transiting through Canada to reach another US destination,” the release read. CBSA…
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British Airways stops musician from flying with cello as 'it didn't have a visa'

An amateur musician has said she was stopped from carrying her cello on board a British Airways flight as the instrument needed a visa to travel in the extra seat she had booked for it. Jane Bevan, 35, based in Switzerland, was attempting…
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Regarding New America and Facts that Don’t Fit Narratives

It’s common knowledge among well-meaning US liberals that “Right wing extremists kill more people in the US than Jihadists!” This bankrupt factoid can be directly attributed to a spate of breathless media coverage of a “study” published…
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COURT: US GOVERNMENT CAN'T MAKE MICROSOFT REVEAL CLOUD DATA

NEW YORK (AP) -- A federal appeals court delivered a victory to U.S. companies housing customer data overseas, ruling Thursday that prosecutors cannot force Microsoft to reveal content from a customer's email account stored in Ireland. The…
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Bernie or Burst: Sanders Backers Plan 'Fart-In' For Democratic Convention

Frustrated by the outcome of the Democratic primary, supporters of former presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) plan to deploy an unusual protest tactic. On Tuesday, Sanders formally endorsed presumptive Democratic presidential…
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Putin Warns Journalists of Nuclear War: “I Don’t Know How to Get Through to You People

Vladimir Putin has finally taken the kid gloves off. The Russian president was meeting with foreign journalists at the conclusion of the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum on June 17th, when he left no one in any doubt that…
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US Capitol lockdown ends after 40 minutes

The United States Capitol was placed under a lockdown for about 40 minutes on Friday morning, possibly due to a gun on the campus. The lockdown was lifted at about 9:40 a.m. Rep. Dennis Ross (R-Fla.) told The Hill that a staffer was…
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Putin Warns NATO and the USA, ‘Don’t Mess With Russia! … Or Else’

TMR Editor’s Note: President Vladimir Putin is famous for using the Russian media, as well as the Western MSM, to disseminate critical information.  Often times this info may appear to be leaked by the Kremlin in order to send a message…

The Worst Government Experiments Carried Out On Humans

Back in 2010, Hilary Clinton apologised for intentionally infecting hundreds of people in Guatemala, including institutionalized mental patients, with gonorrhea and syphilis without their knowledge or permission more than 60 years ago.…

Japanese 'naked restaurant' to ban overweight diners

Japan's first "naked restaurant" opens in Tokyo next month with draconian rules of entry -- podgy prospective diners will be weighed and ejected if found to be too fat. Following the lead of establishments in London and Melbourne, "The…
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Man who built gun drone, flamethrower drone argues FAA can’t regulate him

The outcome of a new drone lawsuit out of Connecticutturns on what seems to be a simple question: does the Federal Aviation Administration have the authority to regulate consumer drones? More specifically, can the FAA come after a student…
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Teamviewer Censoring Data Breach

TEAMVIEWER WANTS THE WORLD TO NOT KNOW SPECIFIC DETAILS The breach of TeamViewer was initially reported yesterday afternoon after several reports of breaches were starting to appear online. Although it remains unclear as to how this…