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Russian Pilot found Guilty on US Drug Charge

After two and a half days of deliberations, a jury in New York has found Russian pilot Konstantin Yaroshenko guilty of drug trafficking. The New York Federal Court convicted Yaroshenko and another defendant of conspiring to import cocaine into the US in a case that touched on four continents and left the Federation of Russia crying foul play.

Yaroshenko was arrested last year in Liberia along with other defendants from Colombia, Nigeria and Ghana, and transferred within days to US custody and brought to the Southern District of New York to be tried.

The indictment stated Yaroshenko, 41, was an air transport export who moved thousand kilograms of cocaine throughout South America, Africa and Europe. He and the other defendants participated in a series of face-to-face meeting and phone conversations with cooperating Liberian officials as part of an undercover sting orchestrated by the Drug Enforcement Agency in connection with at least three different shipments of cocaine that they were tr…

Russian Pilot found Guilty on US Drug Charge

After two and a half days of deliberations, a jury in New York has found Russian pilot Konstantin Yaroshenko guilty of drug trafficking. The New York Federal Court convicted Yaroshenko and another defendant of conspiring to import cocaine into the US in a case that touched on four continents and left the Federation of Russia crying foul play.

Yaroshenko was arrested last year in Liberia along with other defendants from Colombia, Nigeria and Ghana, and transferred within days to US custody and brought to the Southern District of New York to be tried.

The indictment stated Yaroshenko, 41, was an air transport export who moved thousand kilograms of cocaine throughout South America, Africa and Europe. He and the other defendants participated in a series of face-to-face meeting and phone conversations with cooperating Liberian officials as part of an undercover sting orchestrated by the Drug Enforcement Agency in connection with at least three different shipments of cocaine that they were tr…

Russian Pilot found Guilty on US Drug Charge

After two and a half days of deliberations, a jury in New York has found Russian pilot Konstantin Yaroshenko guilty of drug trafficking. The New York Federal Court convicted Yaroshenko and another defendant of conspiring to import cocaine into the US in a case that touched on four continents and left the Federation of Russia crying foul play.

Yaroshenko was arrested last year in Liberia along with other defendants from Colombia, Nigeria and Ghana, and transferred within days to US custody and brought to the Southern District of New York to be tried.

The indictment stated Yaroshenko, 41, was an air transport export who moved thousand kilograms of cocaine throughout South America, Africa and Europe. He and the other defendants participated in a series of face-to-face meeting and phone conversations with cooperating Liberian officials as part of an undercover sting orchestrated by the Drug Enforcement Agency in connection with at least three different shipments of cocaine that they were tr…

Wiki-leak files show Al-Quada assasin a MI6 informer

An alleged al-Qaeda militant suspected of bombing a luxury hotel and two churches in Pakistan in 2002 was an informer for MI6, it has been claimed.
Adil Hadi al Jazairi Bin Hamlili was detained at Guantanamo Bay between 2003 and last year.

The Guardian claims to have seen secret Wikileaks files in which he is described as an al-Qaeda "assassin".

Other Wikileaks files suggest a mosque in north London served as a "haven" for Islamic extremists.

Source:    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-13191959

Wiki-leak files show Al-Quada assasin a MI6 informer

An alleged al-Qaeda militant suspected of bombing a luxury hotel and two churches in Pakistan in 2002 was an informer for MI6, it has been claimed.
Adil Hadi al Jazairi Bin Hamlili was detained at Guantanamo Bay between 2003 and last year.

The Guardian claims to have seen secret Wikileaks files in which he is described as an al-Qaeda "assassin".

Other Wikileaks files suggest a mosque in north London served as a "haven" for Islamic extremists.

Source:    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-13191959

Wiki-leak files show Al-Quada assasin a MI6 informer

An alleged al-Qaeda militant suspected of bombing a luxury hotel and two churches in Pakistan in 2002 was an informer for MI6, it has been claimed.
Adil Hadi al Jazairi Bin Hamlili was detained at Guantanamo Bay between 2003 and last year.

The Guardian claims to have seen secret Wikileaks files in which he is described as an al-Qaeda "assassin".

Other Wikileaks files suggest a mosque in north London served as a "haven" for Islamic extremists.

Source:    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-13191959

Whitehall blamed for online blunders

The MoD,  Department of Health and Department for Communities have been named by the Daily Telegrapgh for publishing details online that should have been kept secret.

The full story can be found at : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-13111781

Whitehall blamed for online blunders

The MoD,  Department of Health and Department for Communities have been named by the Daily Telegrapgh for publishing details online that should have been kept secret.

The full story can be found at : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-13111781

Whitehall blamed for online blunders

The MoD,  Department of Health and Department for Communities have been named by the Daily Telegrapgh for publishing details online that should have been kept secret.

The full story can be found at : http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-13111781

Only Fools and Horses author hies died

John Sullivan the author of only Only Fools and Horses has died of pnuemonia today.

Only Fools and Horses author hies died

John Sullivan the author of only Only Fools and Horses has died of pnuemonia today.

Only Fools and Horses author hies died

John Sullivan the author of only Only Fools and Horses has died of pnuemonia today.

Elton John and Rowan Atkinson to appear at Royal Wedding

Sir Elton John and Rowan Atlkinson have been named as some of the celebrities to appear at William and Katherines wedding next week

Elton John and Rowan Atkinson to appear at Royal Wedding

Sir Elton John and Rowan Atlkinson have been named as some of the celebrities to appear at William and Katherines wedding next week

Elton John and Rowan Atkinson to appear at Royal Wedding

Sir Elton John and Rowan Atlkinson have been named as some of the celebrities to appear at William and Katherines wedding next week

Gadaffi loses Misrati

The Government of Libya have lost Mirati to the rebels. The Libyan foriegn affairss spokesperson said that their could be national repurcsion by Govrnment nationals.

Gadaffi loses Misrati

The Government of Libya have lost Mirati to the rebels. The Libyan foriegn affairss spokesperson said that their could be national repurcsion by Govrnment nationals.

Gadaffi loses Misrati

The Government of Libya have lost Mirati to the rebels. The Libyan foriegn affairss spokesperson said that their could be national repurcsion by Govrnment nationals.

Duffy was not "Labour prop" says Danczuk

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Simon Danczuk has stated in the Guardian today that Gillian Duffy's recent encounter with Nick Clegg was not set up to be a labour stunt and that she was not used as a "prop" in any form of political ploy either by Rochadale's local Labour group or the party itself. He stated that in a previous meeting with her that she expressed a desire herself to address the Deputy Prime Minister

Read the full article at: Guardian Online

Duffy was not "Labour prop" says Danczuk

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Simon Danczuk has stated in the Guardian today that Gillian Duffy's recent encounter with Nick Clegg was not set up to be a labour stunt and that she was not used as a "prop" in any form of political ploy either by Rochadale's local Labour group or the party itself. He stated that in a previous meeting with her that she expressed a desire herself to address the Deputy Prime Minister

Read the full article at: Guardian Online

Duffy was not "Labour prop" says Danczuk

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[caption id="attachment_529" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Simon Danczuk and Gillian Duffy at the MPs Rochdale Constituency Office"][/caption]

Simon Danczuk has stated in the Guardian today that Gillian Duffy's recent encounter with Nick Clegg was not set up to be a labour stunt and that she was not used as a "prop" in any form of political ploy either by Rochadale's local Labour group or the party itself. He stated that in a previous meeting with her that she expressed a desire herself to address the Deputy Prime Minister

Read the full article at: Guardian Online

Gillian Duffy Takes Clegg to task over Coalition Policies

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Gillian Duffy, the Rochdale grandmother labeled a “bigot” by Gordon Brown during the general election campaign has tackled Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg about the Liberal Democrat coalition with the Conservatives. Mr Clegg visited Rochdale on Tuesday (12 April 2011) to announce the results of the Regional Growth Fund. On Mr Clegg’s arrival to Holroyd Precision Ltd in Milnrow, Mrs Duffy asked him to look her in the eye and tell her if he was “happy” with the current policies. Mr Clegg told Mrs Duffy that whoever was in power would be making “difficult decisions.” However, despite Mr Clegg’s answers, Mrs Duffy wasn’t impressed. She said she had heard him say the same thing on the TV and radio.

Source: Rochdale Online

Gillian Duffy Takes Clegg to task over Coalition Policies

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Gillian Duffy, the Rochdale grandmother labeled a “bigot” by Gordon Brown during the general election campaign has tackled Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg about the Liberal Democrat coalition with the Conservatives. Mr Clegg visited Rochdale on Tuesday (12 April 2011) to announce the results of the Regional Growth Fund. On Mr Clegg’s arrival to Holroyd Precision Ltd in Milnrow, Mrs Duffy asked him to look her in the eye and tell her if he was “happy” with the current policies. Mr Clegg told Mrs Duffy that whoever was in power would be making “difficult decisions.” However, despite Mr Clegg’s answers, Mrs Duffy wasn’t impressed. She said she had heard him say the same thing on the TV and radio.

Source: Rochdale Online

Gillian Duffy Takes Clegg to task over Coalition Policies

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[caption id="attachment_511" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Gillian Duffy Takes Clegg to Task "][/caption]

Gillian Duffy, the Rochdale grandmother labeled a “bigot” by Gordon Brown during the general election campaign has tackled Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg about the Liberal Democrat coalition with the Conservatives. Mr Clegg visited Rochdale on Tuesday (12 April 2011) to announce the results of the Regional Growth Fund. On Mr Clegg’s arrival to Holroyd Precision Ltd in Milnrow, Mrs Duffy asked him to look her in the eye and tell her if he was “happy” with the current policies. Mr Clegg told Mrs Duffy that whoever was in power would be making “difficult decisions.” However, despite Mr Clegg’s answers, Mrs Duffy wasn’t impressed. She said she had heard him say the same thing on the TV and radio.

Source: Rochdale Online

China monitoring calls with "Protest" word

BEIJING — If anyone wonders whether the Chinese government has tightened its grip on electronic communications since protests began engulfing the Arab world, Shakespeare may prove instructive.

A Beijing entrepreneur, discussing restaurant choices with his fiancée over their cellphones last week, quoted Queen Gertrude’s response to Hamlet: “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.” The second time he said the word “protest,” her phone cut off.

He spoke English, but another caller, repeating the same phrase on Monday in Chinese over a different phone, was also cut off in midsentence.

A host of evidence over the past several weeks shows that Chinese authorities are more determined than ever to police cellphone calls, electronic messages, e-mail and access to the Internet in order to smother any hint of antigovernment sentiment. In the cat-and-mouse game that characterizes electronic communications here, analysts suggest that the cat is getting bigger, especially since revolts b…

China monitoring calls with "Protest" word

BEIJING — If anyone wonders whether the Chinese government has tightened its grip on electronic communications since protests began engulfing the Arab world, Shakespeare may prove instructive.

A Beijing entrepreneur, discussing restaurant choices with his fiancée over their cellphones last week, quoted Queen Gertrude’s response to Hamlet: “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.” The second time he said the word “protest,” her phone cut off.

He spoke English, but another caller, repeating the same phrase on Monday in Chinese over a different phone, was also cut off in midsentence.

A host of evidence over the past several weeks shows that Chinese authorities are more determined than ever to police cellphone calls, electronic messages, e-mail and access to the Internet in order to smother any hint of antigovernment sentiment. In the cat-and-mouse game that characterizes electronic communications here, analysts suggest that the cat is getting bigger, especially since revolts b…

China monitoring calls with "Protest" word

BEIJING — If anyone wonders whether the Chinese government has tightened its grip on electronic communications since protests began engulfing the Arab world, Shakespeare may prove instructive.

A Beijing entrepreneur, discussing restaurant choices with his fiancée over their cellphones last week, quoted Queen Gertrude’s response to Hamlet: “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.” The second time he said the word “protest,” her phone cut off.

He spoke English, but another caller, repeating the same phrase on Monday in Chinese over a different phone, was also cut off in midsentence.

A host of evidence over the past several weeks shows that Chinese authorities are more determined than ever to police cellphone calls, electronic messages, e-mail and access to the Internet in order to smother any hint of antigovernment sentiment. In the cat-and-mouse game that characterizes electronic communications here, analysts suggest that the cat is getting bigger, especially since revolts b…

FBI releases files on the infamous "Anarchist Cookbook"

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The FBI has released the investigation file on the "Anarchist cookbook (1971-1999) under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act
Click the link below to view the file:
http://www.governmentattic.org/4docs/FBI-AnarchistsCookbook_1971-1999.pdf

FBI releases files on the infamous "Anarchist Cookbook"

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The FBI has released the investigation file on the "Anarchist cookbook (1971-1999) under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act
Click the link below to view the file:
http://www.governmentattic.org/4docs/FBI-AnarchistsCookbook_1971-1999.pdf

FBI releases files on the infamous "Anarchist Cookbook"

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The FBI has released the investigation file on the "Anarchist cookbook (1971-1999) under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act
Click the link below to view the file:
http://www.governmentattic.org/4docs/FBI-AnarchistsCookbook_1971-1999.pdf