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Nelson Mandela in Critical Condition
Posted: Sunday, June 23, 2013

Nelson Mandela in Critical Condition
Nelson Mandela, the former president of South Africa, took a turn for the worse and was in critical condition today in his battle with a lung infection, according to a statement from the South African president's office.

Snowden has ticket to Cuba, may go to Venezuela: Russian reports

Whistleblower Snowden escapes arrest in Hong Kong thanks to US errors
Edward Snowden heads for Ecuador after flight to Russia leaves authorities in various countries amazed and infuriated

Ed Snowden hunts for a safe haven in Russia: Now NSA leaker requests asylum in Ecuador after fleeing Hong Kong and series of meetings in Moscow

U.S. warns countries against Snowden travel

Fugitive Snowden seeks asylum in Ecuador: foreign minister

Sen. Feinstein on Edward Snowden: "The chase is on"

WikiLeaks cements its role as thorn in the side of US and UK governments
WikiLeaks' intervention in Edward Snowden case is consistent with organisation's stance on protecting whistleblowers

AP Source: NSA leaker Snowden's passport revoked

Hong Kong says Snowden has left for third country

NSA director: Edward Snowden has caused irreversible damage to US
Keith Alexander defends agency's broad surveillance as being in line with Americans' expectations for preventing another 9/11

MI5 feared GCHQ went 'too far' over phone and internet monitoring
Amid leaks from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, senior intelligence source reveals worries were voiced in 2008

This Really is Big Brother: The Leak Nobody's Noticed
Even before a former U.S. intelligence contractor exposed the secret collection of Americans’ phone records, the Obama administration was pressing a government-wide crackdown on security threats that requires federal employees to keep closer tabs on their co-workers and exhorts managers to punish those who fail to report their suspicions.

5 Fun Facts From the Latest NSA Leak

Colorado Was Just the Beginning
In 2012 I supported Amendment 64 in Colorado -- the "regulate marijuana like alcohol act." Amendment 64 is a common sense step toward ending the archaic prohibition mindset that has resulted in the U.S. leading the world in the incarceration of our people -- a prison system packed with non-violent drug offenders.

U.S. gives Syrian rebels caught in bloody civil war against President Assad missile training in secret camps

Pakistanis kill 10 tourists, including American

57 Killed across Iraq as Suicide Bombers Strike in the North

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