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Americans take to streets in national protest against police brutality

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Dozens of cities across the US have seen a national day of protest against police brutality. Organizers stated that thousands of people were killed in crackdowns over the last couple of decades, and police aren’t held accountable for the violence.
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sound of the plants - part 1

for all who asking me for documentation material - just download the two following links: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/13690682/sotp_docu_material.zip https://dl...
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What happened when Portugal decriminalised drugs? - YouTube

Economist Films: For 20 years The Economist has led calls for a rethink on drug prohibition. This film looks at new approaches to drugs policy, from Portugal...
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Muslim groups fundraise to restore black churches, 'support victims of arson'

Muslim groups fundraise to restore black churches, 'support victims of arson' | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
Muslim organizations have raised $23,000 to help rebuild eight historically black churches that have burned down since the deadly attack on a prayer group in South Carolina. Three fires are believed to be arson, while the rest are under investigation.
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​Anti-austerity protestors plan ‘Oxi to Osborne’ protests, oppose Tory budget

​Anti-austerity protestors plan ‘Oxi to Osborne’ protests, oppose Tory budget | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
Anti-austerity campaigners will hold “Oxi to Osborne” protests outside Parliament and across the country on Wednesday as the Chancellor unveils a further £12bn worth of welfare cuts.
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Ghost rider in the sky: Scientists use lasers to project movie onto clouds (VIDEO)

Ghost rider in the sky: Scientists use lasers to project movie onto clouds (VIDEO) | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
A green ghost rider appeared in the sky over the British city of Nottingham when scientists started testing a newly developed projecting device which allows the beaming of moving images directly onto clouds for the first time ever.
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Car flies into fence in horrible NASCAR crash, driver stays alive (VIDEO)

Car flies into fence in horrible NASCAR crash, driver stays alive (VIDEO) | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
The NASCAR race at Daytona International Speedway on Monday was marred by a dreadful crash, which saw Austin Dillon's car ripped to shreds after flying into the catchfence. The driver was lucky to escape unharmed, but five spectators received injuries.
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Youth homelessness 3 times official figures – Cambridge experts

Youth homelessness 3 times official figures – Cambridge experts | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
Homelessness among young people is three times higher than government figures suggest, according to a major study by University of Cambridge housing experts.
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Bernie Sanders Sets A 2016 Record By Drawing A Huge Overflow Crowd In Iowa

Bernie Sanders Sets A 2016 Record By Drawing A Huge Overflow Crowd In Iowa | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders set a new record in Iowa by drawing an overflow crowd of 2,600 to a venue that only had 2,300 chairs.

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EuroZone Profiteers: How German and French Banks Helped Bankrupt Greece

EuroZone Profiteers: How German and French Banks Helped Bankrupt Greece | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
Alexis Tsipras, the prime minister of Greece, has called a national referendum this Sunday to call the bluff of the European Union and International Monetary Fund who are trying to force his country to accept severe austerity in return for effectively rolling over much of the countries’ debt.

Today Greece owes its creditors €323 billion ($366 billion), some 175 percent of the country’s gross domestic product. How did it end up owing so much money?

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Mayoral race: Galloway & Keiser vow to tackle white collar crime in City of London

Mayoral race: Galloway & Keiser vow to tackle white collar crime in City of London | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
London mayoral hopeful and former MP George Galloway joined financial commentator and RT host Max Keiser on Wednesday to highlight rampant corruption and white collar crime in the City of London.
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The Lies and Deception Known as the European Union

The Lies and Deception Known as the European Union | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
We’ve long known that trade pacts and organized economic blocks are not really instituted for our benefit but for facilitating totalitarian control in its grandest scale, and the recent leaking of ...
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New history books in Texas downplay slavery's role in Civil War, omit KKK and Jim Crow laws

New history books in Texas downplay slavery's role in Civil War, omit KKK and Jim Crow laws | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
When school resumes this fall, 5 million students in Texas will learn from history books based on state academic guidelines that sidestep the major issues of racial segregation and oppression in America's history.
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Social costs What the war on drugs really costs

Social costs What the war on drugs really costs | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
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​Cold-calling charities accused of targeting most vulnerable, demanding money

​Cold-calling charities accused of targeting most vulnerable, demanding money | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
Four of Britain’s largest charities are under investigation following allegations they are using fundraising call centers that illegally target vulnerable members of society, some of whom suffer with dementia.
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FBI, DEA, US Army bought spyware from hacked Italian company

FBI, DEA, US Army bought spyware from hacked Italian company | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
Internal documents of the Italian malware maker Hacking Team, leaked online in a hacker attack, show that the FBI, Drug Enforcement Agency and the US Army all made use of its controversial spyware known as Remote Control System, or Galileo.
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California town conserves too much water, dumps 500k gallons amid drought

California town conserves too much water, dumps 500k gallons amid drought | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
The mayor of Poway, California has admitted that 500,000 gallons of water were wasted based on an unsafe chemical imbalance despite the town's successful conservation efforts during historic drought conditions.
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A Revolutionary Pope Calls for Rethinking the Outdated Criteria That Rule the World | Ellen Brown | Truthdig.com

A Revolutionary Pope Calls for Rethinking the Outdated Criteria That Rule the World | Ellen Brown | Truthdig.com | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it

Pope Francis has been called “the revolutionary Pope.” Before he became Pope Francis, he was a Jesuit Cardinal in Argentina named Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the son of a rail worker. Moments after his election, he made history by taking on the name Francis, after Saint Francis of Assisi, the leader of a rival order known to have shunned wealth to live in poverty.

Pope Francis’ June 2015 encyclical is called “Praised Be,” a title based on an ancient song attributed to St. Francis. Most papal encyclicals are addressed only to Roman Catholics, but this one is addressed to the world.

 

And while its main focus is considered to be climate change, its 184 pages cover much more than that. Among other sweeping reforms, it calls for a radical overhaul of the banking system. It states in Section IV:

 

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Agent misconduct, corruption out of control in border protection – DHS report - YouTube

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Corporate criminality The hidden hand behind our government

Corporate criminality  The hidden hand behind our government | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
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Indonesian ban on foreign currency payments comes into force

Indonesian ban on foreign currency payments comes into force | THE  SPOT | Scoop.it
The Central Bank of Indonesia has put into force a complete ban on the use of the US dollar and other foreign currencies in all financial transactions in the country to stop the rupiah free fall.
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