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Two dead, dozens injured, one missing in Boeing 777 crash
Posted: Saturday, July 6, 2013

Two dead, dozens injured, one missing in Boeing 777 crash

Boeing 777 Records First Fatalities in Its 18 Year History
The Boeing 777, considered one of safest aircrafts in the sky, recorded the first fatalities since it was launched 18 years ago when the Asiana Airlines crashed at San Francisco Airport today.

Official: 1 unaccounted for from S.F. plane crash

Snowden gets Venezuela, Nicaragua asylum offers
The quest by NSA leaker Edward Snowden for a safe haven has taken a turn toward Latin America, with offers for asylum coming from the leftist presidents of Nicaragua and Venezuela.

Bolivia's Morales says he would grant asylum to Snowden if asked

Bolivia Joins Venezuela, Nicaragua in Offering Snowden Asylum
Growing Options for Whistleblower's Destination

French PM Ayrault says spy programme claims 'inexact'
French officials have rejected reports its intelligence agencies are running a vast spying operation on its citizens.

France Says 'No' to Snowden After They're Busted for Spying, Too

Privacy group to petition Supreme Court to kill NSA spy program

US Ambassador to Austria Reportedly Responsible for False Claim Snowden Was on Bolivian Leader's Plane

NSA leaks raise concerns about reliability of government's sensitive background check system

NSA leaks: UK blocks crucial espionage talks between US and Europe
First talks to soothe transatlantic tensions to be restricted to data privacy and Prism programme after Britain and Sweden's veto

Blowback from the White House's Vindictive War on Whistleblowers
Edward Snowden is explicit: seeing whistleblowers like me punitively treated only motivates citizens of conscience more

Obama's toughest sell on Guantanamo: Senate Dems
Obama has stepped up the pressure to shutter the naval facility, driven in part by his revised counterterrorism strategy and the 4-month-old stain of the government force-feeding Guantanamo prisoners on hunger strikes to prevent them from starving to death.

African Union Suspends Egypt Over Coup
The African Union announced Friday that it has suspended Egypt from membership after the military ouster of democratically elected President Mohammed Morsi.

36 dead, over 1,000 injured in clashes between Egyptian protesters
Mohammed Sultan, deputy head of Egypt's national ambulance service said that 36 people were killed on Friday during violent clashes between supporters and opponents of deposed President Morsi. 1,138 more were injured, according to the Health Ministry.

Obama White House rejects 'false claims' of Egypt interference
Statement says US 'not aligned with any political party or group' as Muslim Brotherhood questions ElBaradei reports

Egyptian army warns against 'endless circle of revenge'

Egypt's Coup Serves as Anti-Democracy Lesson for Region

'World's biggest cocaine dealer' deported to Italy
Roberto Pannunzi was detained in Bogota with a fake Venezuelan identity card in a joint operation by Colombian police together with the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

A Hypnotic Visualization of Everything Gmail Knows About You and Your Friends
When Google hands over e-mail records to the government, it includes basic envelope information, or metadata, that reveals the names and e-mail addresses of senders and recipients in your account. The feds can then mine that information for patterns that might be useful in a law-enforcement investigation.

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