Headlines: 1st August 2015

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‘Shortly before calling a NATO meeting under the pretense of concerns over its security, Turkey launched a bombing campaign across the border into Syria allegedly against the ISIS forces that it has supported, trained, and facilitated since the beginning of the Syrian crisis.

Very soon after the bombing campaign was launched there came the announcement that Turkey and the United States had agreed to implement an “ISIL Free Zone” otherwise known as a “No Fly Zone” in northern Syria.

Prior to the formal announcement of the “ISIL-Free/No-Fly Zone,” it was known that Turkey had launched a simultaneous attack on Kurdish targets in Iraq. After the announcement, these attacks on Kurdish targets intensified to greatly overshadow anything purporting to be an attack on ISIS.

Thus, as Turkey whines about the threat ISIS poses to its security, fresh on the heels of a dubious ISIS bombing of a political demonstration, Turkey has demonstrated that the real targets of its bombing campaign is not ISIS at all, it is the Kurds.’

Read more: Turkey’s War On The Kurds, ISIS Air Force Flies Again


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‘Almost one in five of the Conservative peers appointed by David Cameron are party donors.
Research shows 13 of the 83 new Tory Lords since 2010 have poured a total of £23million into party coffers.

Labour MP Paul Flynn said: ‘If you look at the people who get to the Lords and compare them with contributions to the main parties, you find this correlation. It’s as if they are virtually buying their places in our legislature.’’

Read more: Revealed: How 13 new Conservative Lords since 2010 have given £23million to Cameron’s party


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‘Mobile phones pose a ‘very real risk’ to human health, a new study claims.

Radiation from wireless devices such as phones and tablets could be linked to a number of health risks, from cancer to diseases of the brain such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, the researchers state.

They claim this is because the radiation causes an ‘imbalance’ – or oxidative stress – in the body.
Oxidative stress is a damaging process thought to be closely linked to degenerative diseases.

The new study is a review of experimental data on the effects of radiofrequency radiation in living cells – basically how mobiles phones may damage a person’s DNA.’

Read more: Mobile phones ARE linked to cancer, study claims: Long-term use ‘is associated with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, headaches and skin irritation’


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‘A powerful criminal syndicate with links to money laundering, assassinations and terrorism infiltrated the Bank of England (BoE), a damning new report has revealed.

The scandal was uncovered by BuzzFeed News on Thursday, following an investigation into how the UK’s criminal underworld penetrated ithe state’s central bank.

Operation Beregon, run by MI5 and Scotland Yard, reportedly uncovered a suspected criminal plot so serious that police believed it could “destabilize” Britain’s economy.

Details of the covert operation were unveiled by BuzzFeed News, after it secured access to secret police documents and conducted interviews with a number of key sources.’

Read more: Criminal syndicate with links to terrorism infiltrated Bank of England


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‘Staff at Britain’s biggest bank have been ordered not to waste their time keeping appointments with customers who will not make them any cash.

A leaked email from a senior manager at Lloyds highlights the state-backed lender’s lack of concern for loyal customers.

It instructs branch staff to cancel appointments with any customers who simply want help or advice and do not want to buy anything.’

Read more: Lloyds tells staff to cancel meetings with customers who want help or advice but won’t make the bank any money



‘The sister and stepmother of the former al Qaeda leader and 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden were among members of his family killed when a business jet ploughed into a car auction centre in Hampshire.

Several members of the bin Laden family died after the private plane crashed into a car auction while trying to land at an airport in Hampshire.

According to reports in the Arab media the dead included bin Laden’s stepmother Rajaa Hashim and sister Sana, who worked in an orphanage in Saudi Arabia. Osama’s brother-in-law, Sana’s husband, Zuhair Hashim, is also believed to be among the dead. The pilot, who was reported to be Jordanian, was also killed.’

Read more: Osama bin Laden’s sister and stepmother feared dead in Hampshire plane crash

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