Archives 20th April 2017

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‘A Russian military adviser has been killed in a militant assault on a Syrian government forces camp, the Russian Ministry of Defense has said. The officer, Major Sergey Bordov, was training a Syrian Army unit and was part of a group of Russian advisers.

During the militant attack, Bordov helped establish the defense line and direct the actions of the Syrian Army soldiers, a statement from the Russian Ministry of Defense said.’

Read more: Russian military adviser killed in attack on Syrian govt camp – MoD

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 ‘Microsoft founder Bill Gates has raised the alarm over a growing threat from bioterrorism, warning that that it could cause tens of millions of deaths.Speaking at a security conference in Munich, the richest man in the world warned that the impact of deadly viruses such as smallpox, should they spread, could be worse than that of a nuclear attack.

Gates, who delivered his chilling warning ahead of a speech at the Royal United Services Institute in London (RUSI), said the world should not underestimate the potential threat of lethal respiratory viruses, as they are becoming easier to re-create and spread.’

Read More: Bill Gates warns terrorists could weaponize smallpox

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‘Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to “overturn the rigged system” by putting power and wealth back in the hands of “the people”.

In his first major general election speech, he said 8 June’s poll was not a “foregone conclusion” and Labour could defy the “Establishment experts”.

A Labour government would not “play by their rules,” he added.’

Read more: General election 2017: Jeremy Corbyn vows to ‘overturn the rigged system’

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‘Up to 730,000 elephants are ‘missing’ from Africa’s protected areas amid fears they have been slaughtered, a report has found.

Conservationists in South Africa have blamed ‘pervasive poaching’ for the dramatic reduction in numbers across 73 designated areas spanning 21 African countries.

Researchers from the Conservation Ecology Research Unit (CERU) at the University of Pretoria have called for action to protect the animals.’

Read more: Slaughter of the elephants: Report finds 730,000 of the creatures are ‘missing’ from Africa’s protected areas due to poachers

F-35A Lightning II aircraft assigned to the 34th Fighter Squadron at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, land at RAF Lakenheath, England. See Masons copy MNJETS: Behind-the-scenes look at President Trumpís £100m Supersonic F-35A Lightning jets which have touched down at Suffolkís RAF Lakenheath base.

F-35A Lightning II aircraft assigned to the 34th Fighter Squadron at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, land at RAF Lakenheath, England. See Masons copy MNJETS: Behind-the-scenes look at President Trumpís £100m Supersonic F-35A Lightning jets which have touched down at Suffolkís RAF Lakenheath base.

‘They cost upwards of £75million each, can reach top speeds of 1,200mph and are capable of carrying nuclear weapons. Now six F-35A Lightning II fighters have been sent to Britain to boost Nato’s strength and ward off any aggression from Vladimir Putin and Russia … Two squadrons – usually comprising 12-to-24 aircraft- of the jets are set to be based permanently in the UK from 2021 at Lakenheath.’

Read more: Trump’s £75m F-35A fighter jets arrive in the UK ‘to bolster Nato and send a warning sign to Putin’. Yawn

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‘The casino magnate and philanthropist Sheldon G. Adelson wants some big things from the Trump administration: banning the online poker sites that compete with his luxury casinos, for example, and moving the United States Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.

And while President Trump was not Mr. Adelson’s first choice during the Republican primary season last year, he has been generous since: The billionaire donated $5 million to the committee organizing Mr. Trump’s inauguration festivities — the largest single contribution given to any president’s inaugural committee.

Some of the country’s wealthiest Republicans and its largest corporations had similar impulses. Documents released this week by Mr. Trump’s inaugural organizers provide a glimpse of the big-dollar frenzy of influence-seeking and peacemaking surrounding Mr. Trump’s swearing-in, which raised $107 million, twice as much money as any other inauguration.

Read More: Trump Inaugural Funded By Donors With Vested Interests – draining the swamp, right?

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‘Over the years, he became known as one of those rare people who can brief someone literally on the spot on deep background on a huge array of subjects. And that list of topics grew as the decades went by.

In fact, those talents are the foundations of what friends VT has in high places, as they have enjoyed many of these on-the-spot briefings that they cannot get anywhere else. These friends have helped us hold the wolves at bay.’

Read More: The Strange Case of Tulsi Gabbard and other Tales of Terror

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”The BBC is ‘evil’ and will take every opportunity it can to to prevent Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister, the Labour leader’s brother has said.

In an astonishing outburst, Piers Corbyn accused the corporation of a series of cover-ups to protect the Establishment – that included making attacks on his brother – but insisted Labour could still win a “reasonable’ majority.’

Mr Corbyn, 70, who is two years older than his brother, also claimed the pollsters were getting it wrong by failing to detect “shy Corbynistas”.’

Read More: Jeremy Corbyn’s brother (on the Richie Allen Show tonight) brands BBC ‘evil’ for criticising Labour leader – but says he’ll win election anyway

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