Air raids target Houthis after attacks on Saudi town
Full Article Al Jazeera
06 May 2015

Warplanes have carried out more than 30 strikes on the northwestern Yemeni provinces of Saada and Hajja near the border with Saudi Arabia, local officials and residents said. The air raids occurred after Yemeni rebels fired rockets and mortars into Saudi Arabia, killing at least two civilians and reportedly capturing five soldiers in an attack on...

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Shiite fighters, known as Houthis, hold up their weapons as they chant slogans at the residence of a military commander of the Houthi militant group, destroyed by a Saudi-led airstrike in Sanaa,, Yemen, Tuesday, April 28, 2015
photo: AP / Hani Mohammed

updated 19 Sep 2012; published 19 Sep 2012
Saadah(Zaidiya Shias),Yemen. The Untold Story.flv by Facebook/Vaseelah Yehi Hain
updated 26 Mar 2015; published 26 Mar 2015
Saudi Arabia launches air strikes on Houthi fighters in Yemen - Saudi envoy
updated 26 Mar 2015; published 26 Mar 2015
Saudi Arabia-led coalition strikes at Houthi targets in Yemen
updated 27 Mar 2015; published 27 Mar 2015
Search for survivors after Saudi airstrikes hit Yemen
updated 28 Mar 2015; published 28 Mar 2015
Saudis lead fresh air strikes on Houthis
updated 27 Mar 2015; published 27 Mar 2015
Coalition air strikes target Houthi stronghold in Yemen
Lawmakers in France move to vastly expand surveillance
Full Article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
06 May 2015

PARIS — At a moment when American lawmakers are reconsidering the broad surveillance powers assumed by the government after Sept. 11, 2001, the lower house of the French parliament took a long stride in the opposite direction Tuesday, overwhelmingly approving a bill that could give authorities their most intrusive domestic spying abilities ever,...

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File - French Prime Minister Manuel Valls speaks during a news conference at the Elysee Palace in Paris, Thursday, March 19, 2015.
photo: AP / Philippe Wojazer

updated 05 May 2015; published 05 May 2015
FRANCE - Lawmakers set to vote on controversial surveillance bill
updated 28 Sep 2013; published 28 Sep 2013
US Lawmakers Seek Surveillance Reform
updated 28 Oct 2013; published 28 Oct 2013
European Parliament members visit U.S. lawmakers on alleged surveillance
updated 16 Jan 2014; published 16 Jan 2014
US Lawmakers Call for Surveillance Reforms
updated 29 Oct 2013; published 29 Oct 2013
European Parliament Members Meet U.S. Lawmakers on Alleged Surveillance
updated 01 Aug 2013; published 01 Aug 2013
Obama meeting with lawmakers on NSA surveillance
US offers $20m in rewards on 'four IS leaders'
Full Article BBC News
06 May 2015

6 May 2015 From the section Middle East Islamic State controls a large area of eastern Syria and northern Iraq The US government is offering rewards totalling $20m (£13m) for information on what it says are four leaders of the Islamic State (IS) militant group. It named the four as Abd al-Rahman Mustafa al-Qaduli; Abu Mohammed al-Adnani; Tarkhan...

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Iraqi security forces and tribal fighters regain control of the southern and western neighborhoods of Ramadi after clashes with Islamic State group militants, in Ramadi, 70 miles (115 kilometers) west of Baghdad, Iraq, Thursday, April 30, 2015.
photo: AP

updated 06 May 2015; published 06 May 2015
US offers $20m in rewards on 'four IS leaders
updated 10 Jun 2012; published 10 Jun 2012
Al-Qaida offers livestock for Obama and Clinton
updated 13 Nov 2012; published 13 Nov 2012
Imam Husayn: Establishing Leadership in Testing Times :: Shaykh Muhammad Al Ninowy
updated 04 Dec 2013; published 04 Dec 2013
Muhammad Al Faatih - The Conqueror Of Constantinople ᴴᴰ ┇ Powerful Speech ┇ The Daily Reminder ┇
updated 17 Apr 2014; published 17 Apr 2014
Al-Qaeda Public Meeting in Yemen surprises U.S. Intelligence
updated 22 Dec 2010; published 22 Dec 2010
Prophet Muhammad as The Statesman / Leader - Salim al Amry - Best of Islamic Lectures - Part 5 of 5
Dr. King's and Freddie Gray's Crucible of Steel and Terror
Full Article
05 May 2015

Article by Correspondent Dallas Darling Although Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Freddie Gray faced the crucible of steel, or police paddy wagon, a major difference is that Dr. King survived whereas Freddie Gray did not. But in a society of nameless and dispensable young black men, where a large percentage are either unemployed or...

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A police officer holds the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. by his belt as he leads him to the paddy wagon, following arrest at an anti-segregation protest in downtown Birmingham, Ala., on April 13, 1963.
photo: AP

updated 20 Jan 2015; published 20 Jan 2015
Honest Trailers - Pirates of the Caribbean
updated 20 Mar 2015; published 20 Mar 2015
Five Nights at Freddy's 2 GMOD Map
updated 26 Aug 2014; published 26 Aug 2014
4 Police Execute Unarmed WHITE Man In Front Of His Mother
updated 31 Jul 2013; published 31 Jul 2013
Juninho Braga teste La bella Olinto e Stainless Steel 045
updated 03 Apr 2013; published 03 Apr 2013
Gray-Earls-Music-Ltd 05 Same Old Blues
updated 15 Nov 2009; published 15 Nov 2009
Dozens Feared Drowned As Migrant Crisis Continues, Aid Group Says
Full Article Huffington Post
05 May 2015

CATANIA, Sicily (AP) — Dozens of passengers in a crowded rubber boat fell into the sea and likely drowned as a rescue vessel neared, survivors reported as they arrived in Italy Tuesday to join thousands of other migrants rescued in the Mediterranean in recent days. Giovanna di Benedetto of the aid group Save the Children said the exact toll wasn't...

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Children play after they disembarked from the Italian Navy vessel 'Bettica' in the harbor of Salerno, Italy, Tuesday, May 5, 2015. About 700 migrants, including children, were rescued in the Sicilian Strait while they were trying to cross.
photo: AP / Francesco Pecoraro

updated 05 May 2015; published 05 May 2015
'Dozens' drown in new migrant boat tragedy
updated 05 May 2015; published 05 May 2015
Migrant Rescue Off Sinking Dinghy !!! FULL VIDEO !!!
updated 05 May 2015; published 05 May 2015
'Dozens' drown in new migrant boat tragedy
updated 05 May 2015; published 05 May 2015
Dozens of migrants feared to have died after falling out of boat in Mediterranean Sea
updated 05 May 2015; published 05 May 2015
'Dozens' Drown Attempting To Reach Europe In Dinghy
updated 16 Apr 2015; published 16 Apr 2015
Migrant sinking -- More than 40 people drowned in the latest sinking of a migrant boat in Libya

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The Guardian
After upsetting Latino voters, frontrunner surprises with progressive checklist – and prods Republicans with threat of new executive action to ‘go even further’ ...
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(CNN)You've probably heard about some of the impacts of rising seas: Nearly a fifth of Bangladesh, in South Asia, could be submerged; some low-lying islands in the Pacific may...
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China Daily
LONDON - Prince William's wife Kate has entered a London hospital to give birth to their second child, who would be fourth in line for the throne. Here are some highlights of their...

A wreckage of house seen in Narain Thang town of Nepal following a massive earthquake
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Nepal rescue work Agencies Reuters Thousands of military and police personnel were on Tuesday deployed as Nepal took over from foreign rescue teams to mount...
photo: Indian Air Force
African migrants on the shore of Djibouti city at night, raising their phones in an attempt to capture an inexpensive signal from neighboring Somalia—a tenuous link to relatives abroad.
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ReutersROME (Reuters) — Around 7,000 migrants were rescued from overcrowded boats crossing the Mediterranean to Europe over the weekend and on Monday, including a woman who gave birth to a baby girl on an Italian Navy ship, the coast guard said....
photo: World Press Photo / John Stanmeyer
Green kunai grass on fire in Papua New Guinea
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A magnitude 7.4 earthquake struck off Papua New Guinea today, sending frightened residents fleeing from their homes, but a threatened tsunami passed without incident, seismologists said. The quake struck 133 kilometres south-southwest of the town of...
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A Palestinians return to their homes, which witnesses said was destroyed by an Israeli air strike in the east of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip.
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Press TV has conducted an interview with Seif Da’na, professor at the University of Wisconsin, in Chicago for his take on a testimony on Israel’s inhumane tactics during last summer's attack on the Gaza Strip. The following is a rough...
photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb
Jimmy Carter USA, envoy by President Barack Obama in Gaza Strip
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On Saturday, 90-year-old former US President Jimmy Carter called conditions in Gaza "intolerable" eight months after Israel's summer 2014 genocidal war. Visiting Jerusalem he said: "What we have seen and heard only strengthens our determination to...
photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb
Diet Pills, Medicine
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Interpol has issued a global alert over the threat posed by the "diet pills" which claimed the life of a British woman. The world police agency has raised the alarm with forces in 190 countries after the toxic pesticide dinitrophenol was linked to...
photo: Creative Commons / Tacit Requiem
Israel's Jewish Ethiopians block highway during a protest against racism and police brutality in Tel Aviv, Israel, Sunday, May 3, 2015.
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JERUSALEM (AP) -- When Israel secretly airlifted waves of Ethiopian Jews in the 1980s and 1990s, saving them from war and famine in the Horn of Africa, it was celebrated as a triumphant show of unity for the Jewish people. Thirty years after the...
photo: AP / Oded Balilty