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sweetie

Ten-Year-Old CG Girl “Sweetie” Used to Collect Identities of 1,000 Online Sex Predators From Chatrooms

Amsterdam-based advertising agency Lemz created a CG 10-year old to enter chatrooms and collect 1,000 identities of participants in a form of child sex tourism called webcam child…

south sudan

South Sudan Crisis Could Not Have Been Predicted, Says UN Envoy, Preparing Step Down From Leadership in South Sudan

The speed, the scale and the scope of what has unfolded in South Sudan during the last six months could not have been predicted, said Hilde Johnson, the…

Transcranial magnetic stimulation

Duke University Scientists Create Method to Measure the Effects of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on the Brain, Offering Hope of Improvements in TMS Therapy

Neuroscientists and engineers at North Carolina’s Duke University have pioneered a method with which the effects of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) on the brain can be measured. The Duke…

fracking

Fracking Can Be Banned by Local Communities, Says New York’s Highest Court

Local communities have the power to use local zoning laws to ban heavy industry, such as oil and gas production and fracking, according to New York’s Court of…

Albania

Albania Granted EU Candidate Status

The EU General Affairs Council granted the Balkan nation of Albania EU candidate status June 24. The Council granted Albania candidate status “in light of its… continued progress… subject…

immigrant prisons

Three Corporations Manage All of US’s Illegal Alien Prisoners in 13 Prisons, Net $4bn and Pay Executives Over $19 Million

Between 1998 and 2012, immigration prisoners incarcerated in federal prisons increased 145 percent, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Thirteen US Criminal Alien Requirement (CAR) prisons managed…

asylum seekers

Two Days After News Australia Has Highest Number of Citizens Fighting Jihad with ISIS, Extraordinary, Unseen Months-Old Government Video Emerges Threatening Asylum Seekers

Two days after news headlines told the world that Australia had the highest number per capita of nationals fighting Jihad overseas, a hard-line government statement threatening asylum seekers,…

Faygo

Grandson of Faygo Soda Suing the Family Business Over Ageism

Two years after being terminated at Faygo, a soda pop company known for making old-fashioned soda, the grandson of founder Hugh Rosenthal is suing his grandfather’s company, claiming…

azerbaijan

Azerbaijan, Leader of Council of Europe, Called on to Address Its Human Rights Abuses

Human Rights Watch has called on the current leader of Europe’s leading human rights body, Azerbaijan, to end persecution of government critics and independent groups. Azerbaijan took over…

teleportation

Teleportation Accomplished by Netherlands Physicists

Physicists at Delft University, Netherlands have teleported information. The teleportation took place over a distance of three meters (10 feet), and used a procedure called quantum entanglement. The…

superfoods

Superfoods: New Study Lists–and Ranks–World’s Healthiest Fruits and Vegetables

A new study conducted by William Paterson University has ranked the healthiest fruit and vegetable superfoods. The 41-item list was compiled based on nutrient density, and is considered to…

weather forecast

World’s Most Authoritative Global Weather Forecast Service Becomes More User-Friendly

The most authoritative global weather forecasting service, the World Weather Information Service, has been upgraded and revamped to be even more user-friendly. The service, based on the collaboration of…

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