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The US supreme court thinks racism is dead. It isn't
Posted: Monday, July 1, 2013

Pictured: Heartbreakingly young team of 19 elite firefighters wiped out in Arizona wildfire as they huddled in shelters of last resort

The US supreme court thinks racism is dead. It isn't
Judges gutted an act to protect black voters, saying it was out of date but there are salient illustrations of their folly

Germany ready to charge UK and US intelligence over alleged bugging operations
Germany is preparing to bring charges against US and British intelligence amid fresh allegations that the services spied far more extensively than thought on German phone and internet traffic and bugged European Union offices in America.

'Spying on allies is not unusual': John Kerry hits back at claim US bugged 38 foreign embassies as as Hollande wades in calling for snooping on allies to 'stop immediately'

NSA slides explain the PRISM data-collection program
The top-secret PRISM program allows the U.S. intelligence community to gain access from nine Internet companies to a wide range of digital information, including e-mails and stored data, on foreign targets operating outside the United States.

NSA Spied on European Union Offices
America's NSA intelligence service allegedly targeted the European Union with its spying activities. According to SPIEGEL information, the US placed bugs in the EU representation in Washington and infiltrated its computer network. Cyber attacks were also perpetrated against Brussels in New York and Washington.

New NSA leaks show how US is bugging its European allies
Exclusive: Edward Snowden papers reveal 38 targets including EU, France and Italy

Francois Hollande tells the US to stop eavesdropping on Europe if it wants progress on trade deal
President Francois Hollande threatened to block negotiations on a transatlantic free trade treaty yesterday as European leaders rounded on the US over revelations that America spied on its allies.

Growing Alarm: German Prosecutors To Review Allegations of US Spying
SPIEGEL has learned that the German Federal Prosecutors' Office is looking into allegations that a US intelligence agency has conducted massive spying against German citizens. A first formal complaint has already been lodged in one city.

Germans Loved Obama. Now We Don't Trust Him.
In Germany, whenever the government begins to infringe on individual freedom, society stands up. Given our history, we Germans are not willing to trade in our liberty for potentially better security.

Under Obama, NSA Collected Bulk Email, Internet Data of Americans

New NSA spying allegations rile European allies

Spying 'Out of Control': EU Official Questions Trade Negotiations

Edward Snowden asking 15 countries for asylum, Russian official says

U.S. asked Ecuador not to give Snowden asylum: Correa
Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa said on Saturday the United States had asked him not to grant asylum for former U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden in a "cordial" telephone conversation he held with Vice President Joe Biden.

Ecuador 'seeks Snowden talks with Russia'
ECUADOR has asked the Kremlin for talks over the fate of fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden, a Russian state-owned broadcaster says.

Assange stands by Edward Snowden as Ecuador's Correa reprimands consul
WikiLeaks founder says 'there is no stopping the publishing process' as NSA leaker remains stuck in Moscow airport

Assange: 'No stopping' publication of NSA documents

Glenn Greenwald Previews the Guardian's Next NSA Surveillance Document Leak

Glenn Greenwald's Speech to the Socialism Conference

Obama to Africa: Be wary of foreign powers, even United States
President Obama pledged $7 billion in aid Sunday to provide electricity to sub-Saharan Africa, as he warned Africans to be wary of exploitation by other countries, including the U.S.

Europe likely to stay on sidelines when U.S. ships arms to Syria rebels

Obama faces backlash on Syria
President Obama's decision to provide military support to the Syrian rebels has sparked a backlash from liberal Democrats and Tea Party Republicans who are banding together to fight increased U.S. involvement.

In Syria and Africa, Obama ignores US laws and human rights violations

Death toll in Pakistan attacks climbs to 52
Toll rises in suicide attack in Quetta

Saudi Arabia court jails seven Facebook cyber activists

3 suits against 'Elmo' voice tossed after judge rules alleged underage sex victims waited too long to sue

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