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Jan 08 15:51

Jobless Couple Wins £50,000 in the Lotto, Blows It All, Begs the Government for Help

If you won £50,000 in the lottery tomorrow, what would you do with it?
Well, no matter what you answer, you would have to try really hard to sound as stupid as the following story.

Jamie and Abbie Hort won £50,000 ($72,818 USD) in the Channel Islands Lottery in 2014. Somehow, they managed to blow through the whole amount in less than a year on what sounds like a bunch of crap. Trips, expensive dinners, designer clothes, and a 50? big screen TV.

After running out of cash and getting evicted twice, they ran to the government begging for help.

Jan 08 15:47

2015 Vs 1936

2015 was one of the least hot years on record in the US

Jan 08 15:07

AIRSTRIKES WIPE OUT 30% lSlS OIL REVENUE

Jan 08 14:56

Iran accuses Saudi Arabia of bombing its embassy in Yemen

Iran has accused Saudi Arabia of using warplanes to attack the Iranian embassy in the Yemeni capital Sana'a. Some guards were reportedly wounded in the attack, according to state news channel IRIB.

Jan 08 14:36

Armed attacker killed at Paris police station on Charlie Hebdo anniversary

Police in Paris have shot a man dead who tried to enter a police station armed with a knife, shouting ‘Allahu Akbar.’ It was believed he was wearing a suicide belt, but police union sources say it was fake.

Jan 08 14:08

Where is the Yemeni revolution today?

They’d had enough. They’d had enough of the wars; they’d had enough of the corruption; they’d had enough of the forced destiny and having to look past their leader to find any hope on the horizon of their country reaching its full potential. In 2011, the people of the poorest Arab country began to protest against the rule of one of the richest dictators in modern history.

Jan 08 14:05

Raining on Burma’s Parade

A Nobel Prize laureate winning leading her party to victory in an election in essentially a military government — what could be better? Aung San Suu Kyi is president of Burma’s National League for Democracy (NLD), which won a majority in the recent elections. The NLD is thus ensured that its presidential candidate (not Suu Kyi because she wasn’t born in Burma) will elected.

Jan 08 14:01

Swiss central bank to post massive loss

The Swiss National Bank said on Friday that it expects to post an annual loss of 23 billion francs ($23 billion) for 2015 due largely to foreign exchange transactions.

Jan 08 14:01

No Recovery Whatsoever-Paul Craig Roberts

if ISIS wanted to win they'd kill neo-cons.
all 'ISIS' attacks benefit the neo-con agenda.

Jan 08 13:57

Another 19 tonnes for China in December

Jan 08 13:55

Cuban ‘Hellfire’ missile crisis: US wants rocket back after it was sent to Havana by mistake

Washington is having to work to retrieve a dummy US Hellfire missile used for NATO training in Spain after it was reportedly sent to Cuba by mistake. America fears that Cubans may steal the advanced technology.

The mishap occurred in 2014, as the missile was mistakenly shipped from Europe to Cuba, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Although the device can’t do any damage, as it doesn’t contain any explosives, there are fears the Cuban government could share the technology with foreign powers, such as North Korea or China. A US official with knowledge of the situation, who wanted to remain anonymous, confirmed the mishap to AP.

Jan 08 13:53

TransCanada’s $15B Lawsuit Against U.S. on Keystone XL Presents Strong Case

TransCanada, the Canadian company that had been planning to build and own its proposed Keystone XL Pipeline carrying Canada’s tar-sands oil to Texas Gulf Coast refineries for export to Europe and elsewhere, released to the public, on Wednesday January 6th, two legal presentations against the United States, because U.S. President Barack Obama, through his Secretary of State John Kerry, on 6 November 2015, had said no to TransCanada’s proposed oil pipeline.

Jan 08 13:50

BBC denies deliberately undermining Corbyn by airing Doughty resignation

The controversy centers around a blog post, since deleted, in which it was claimed BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg “sealed the deal” to get Doughty to resign on air.

The post, written by BBC producer Andrew Alexander, is alleged to have said: “Just before 9am we learned from Laura Kuenssberg, who comes on the program every Wednesday ahead of PMQs, that she was speaking to one junior shadow minister who was considering resigning.

“I wonder, mused our presenter Andrew Neil, if they would consider doing it live on the show?”

The proposition was then put to Kuenssberg, who though it a “great idea.”

“Within the hour we heard that Laura had sealed the deal,” Alexander wrote, adding, “we knew his resignation just before PMQs would be a dramatic moment with big political impact.”

This led to accusations that the BBC team, not Doughty, made the choice to air the resignation minutes before PMQs.

Jan 08 13:47

Soldiers of Misfortune: Alleged US Mercenaries Spotted in Donbass

Alleged US mercenaries were seen in a night club in the city of Mariupol under Kiev's control, a Donetsk People's Republic military official said.

Jan 08 13:47

Fracking test explosions allowed without planning permission

The government is set to remove another obstacle to the exploration for shale gas deposits in the UK.

Fracking firms will no longer need planning permission to drill exploratory boreholes and set underground explosive charges.

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