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4 years ago

Creat posts thank you Ray   *thanks*

Thank you Ray!
4 years ago

*earthhug* *earthhug*

4 years ago

I have just recently updated C2NN News, I hope members do find he News Stories interesting,  please note and comment, and please see the link below, thank you

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all noted!

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I have recently updated C2NN News Stories which I hope members do find very interesting, please note and comment and via  the link below, thank you

C2NN News Stories 25th Jan 2014

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I have recently update C2NN New Stores, I am sorry for taken so long in posting these stories but I have been very busy in the UK, please see the link below,

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C2NN News Stories 22/Jan/14

4 years ago

I have recently updated C2NN News Stories which I hope members will find interesting,  Please see the link below, thank you.

Recently Updated C2NN News Stories

4 years ago

Thanks Ray, The one Link is much Simpler :) , my team is all over, I try to get them into care2, but they don't log in very often. *sigh* This is why the group is left *open so people can see it out on twitter and Face Book. I need to drop you all the links to my FB and Twitter accounts and show you some of my teams links. So behind in everything, keeping up with stuff outside but falling behind on the system -_-

4 years ago

I like your new way Ray ~

4 years ago

I am changing the way I post my C2NN News Stories, instead of given links to every new news stories I am given one link to the complete page, this will be much easier for members, the first link is below thank you,

4 years ago

More Than Three Quarters of Large Carnivores Now in Decline

Three quarters of the world's big carnivores - including lions, wolves and bears - are in decline, says a new study.
Original Cheerios Go GMO-Free
General Mills has decided to remove all GMOs from the original Cheerios recipe, prompting a debate over whether the US reached a turning point in the fight over genetically engineered ingredients.
Obama Expected to Curb Spying on Foreign Leaders, Limit NSA Access to Phone Records
The White House is in the midst of hosting a flurry of meetings with intelligence officials, civil libertarians and technology experts as the administration prepares to announce changes to some of the surveillance programs exposed by Edward Snowden.
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Before They Pass Away: Jimmy Nelson's Photos of at-Risk Tribes 

Photographer Jimmy Nelson spent over four years documenting 29 cultures and tribes at risk of disappearing, often in remote parts of the world, using a 50-year-old 4x5in 
Brazilian Former Slave Community Fights for Land
In the small community of Rio dos Macacos, in the north-eastern Brazilian state of Bahia, a tall, leafy jack tree stands as a living reminder of history.
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Chris Christie Apologises for Bridge-Gridlock Scandal

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has fired an aide who allegedly orchestrated traffic mayhem to pursue a petty political vendetta.
12 Years a Slave: Who Was Solomon Northup?
With 10 Bafta and seven Golden Globe nominations, 12 Years a Slave looks set to triumph this awards season. The film is based on a 150-year-old account of how Solomon Northup,
Rape Victim Meets Attacker to Forgive Him
A rape victim has met her attacker in prison to tell him she has forgiven him - and called it a "great" experience to seek "peace and forgiveness together".
Anti-Fracking Protest Rocks NY Governor's State of the State Address
A crowd of more than 1,000 attended the anti-fracking protest held in the capital of New York state, organized during the State of the State address. The governor, though, chose not to mention the issue of fracking in his speech.
Monsanto Seed Plant Construction Halted in Argentina
A labor appeals court in north-central Argentina ruled that the construction of a Monsanto plant is unconstitutional, halting work on the site.
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Local Police Refuse to Participate in 'Voluntary' Traffic Checkpoints

The US government's use of traffic checkpoints to gather drunk and drugged driving information from motorists has come under fire recently, so much so that some police agencies are withdrawing their participation.
Monsanto Announces High Profits and Major Expansion Across Latin America
Biotech titan Monsanto saw its shares surge by more than 2 percent on Wednesday morning after announcing better-than-expected first quarter earnings earlier that day.
Former NSA Whistleblowers Plead for Chance to Brief Obama on Agency Abuses
A group of former National Security Agency insiders who went on to become whistleblowers have written a letter to President Barack Obama, requesting a meeting with him to offer "a fuller picture" of the spy agency's systemic problems.
UK MoD Allocates Millions for 'Digital Insurgency', Social Networking Research
The UK's Ministry of Defence is channeling millions into funding postgraduate studies, such as 'digital insurgency', mapping hacker groups such as Anonymous, social networking, online influences on behavior, and tracking crowds by phone.
US Jobless Benefits Passes Key Senate Test Vote
A bill to renew payments to some 1.3 million long-term unemployed Americans has overcome a key vote in the Senate.
Colour of Ancient Sea Creatures Revealed
The colour of sea creatures that lived millions of years ago has been revealed by scientists.
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Israel's New Law to Send 'Revenge Porn' Uploaders to Jail for Five Years

The Knesset passed an amendment to the Sexual Harassment Bill which stipulates that no sexually explicit image or video can be uploaded to the internet, a measure that is expected to curtail so-called revenge porn incidences.
Cops Kill Mentally Ill Teen After Parents Call Police to Help Him
A Boiling Springs Lakes, North Carolina family is looking for answers after local police shot and killed their mentally ill teenage son while responding to a call for help.
Burglars Who Robbed the FBI Finally Come Forward After 42 Years
Almost 43 years after the fact, a group of Vietnam War-era activists now admit to breaking into a Federal Bureau of Investigation office in the early '70s and taking documents that exposed illegal tactics used by the FBI against Americans.
Nuclear Weapon Test Debris 'Persists' in Atmosphere
Radioactive particles from nuclear tests that took place decades ago persist in the upper atmosphere, a study suggests.
Fracking Caused Hundreds of Complaints About Contaminated Water in 4 States
Fracking and other drilling procedures have revitalized the US energy industry, but hundreds of complaints regarding pollution and water contamination have been filed in at least four states, with numerous cases confirmed.
NSA Refuses to Answer Whether It Spies on Congress
The US National Security Agency sidestepped the issue when a Senator penned a letter to the agency asking if it has conducted surveillance on members of Congress and other American lawmakers, saying only that legislators are just like everyone else.
Parking Violation Turns Into Police Assault Caught on Video - Lawsuit
A Nebraska family filed suit Monday against dozens of police officers alleging that they turned a parking violation into a rough arrest and violating the family's constitutional rights by breaking into a nearby home and confiscating video of the incident.
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Will Crushing Ivory Curb Poaching?  

China has become the latest country to carry out a public destruction of seized ivory, crushing some six tonnes of tusks and other pieces at a ceremony in Guangdong.
30,000 African Migrants Take to Tel-Aviv Streets Protesting Detention Policy 
Tens of thousands of Africans took to the streets of Tel Aviv on Sunday in protest of Israel's detention of their fellow migrants deemed illegal job-seekers by the nation. The rally is the biggest ever held by migrants in the state.

Sochi Olympics Gives New Chance to Persian Leopards in the Caucasus 
With the leopard selected as one of the mascots of the upcoming Sochi Olympics, a program to restore the big cats' population has been launched in the Caucasus mountains. Zoologists already have some successes to boast about.
4 years ago

240" TV in a Contact Lens: Revolutionary Eyewear Rivaling Google Glass to Be Unveiled

Google Glass has a rival: Nano-tech contact lenses that work with a pair of glasses and provide wearers with a virtual canvas on which any media can be viewed or application run, projected onto human eyes, are set to be unveiled in the US.
British MPs Raise Alarm Over Drug Trials, Say Only Half Data Published
British MPs have voiced concern that doctors and researchers are being denied access to around half the results from all clinical trials. An influential parliamentary committee has condemned the selectiveness as damaging medicine as a whole.

Pushinka: A Cold War Puppy the Kennedys Loved
During the Cold War, Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev and US President John F Kennedy wrote to each other regularly. Despite the hostility between their countries,
4 years ago

Well done Ray, thank you for all the great news you are posting.


4 years ago

excellent and ty darling

4 years ago

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NSA Building a 'Quantum Computer' Capable of Breaking All Forms of Encryption

The National Security Agency is reportedly building a 'quantum computer' capable of breaking encryption used to protect the most vital records around the world.
Dead' Banker Who Embezzled Tens of Millions Arrested for Fraud in Georgia
A banker wanted by the FBI for a $21 million fraud case was arrested Tuesday in Georgia after being stopped for a minor traffic violation. The man disappeared a year and a half ago after penning a note announcing his planned suicide.
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed an appeal against the US National Security Agency's indiscriminate collection of telephone metadata after the group's suit seeking to halt the policy was dismissed last week.

Colorado Opens First Legal US Pot Shops 
The US State of Colorado has entered the New Year on a high note by becoming the first state to legally sell marijuana and open the retail spots for pot. Washington is set to follow suit and open its own recreational shops later in 2014.
The amount of legislation passed by states across the country that make it more difficult to have an abortion has increased dramatically in the last three years, overtaking those passed a decade prior, according to new analysis.
12-Year-Old Animal Rights Activist Arrested in California for Seaworld Orca Protest
The New Year's Day Rose Parade in Pasadena, California, was interrupted by the arrest of 19 animal rights activists, including a 12-year-old girl who tried to stop a SeaWorld float depicting a family of orcas swimming free in the ocean.
Former CIA Lawyer Says Bush Didn't Know About Waterboarding
Former United States President George W. Bush has defended the use of so-called enhanced interrogation techniques against accused terrorists, but a lawyer from his administration says the two-term leader wasn't in the loop when it came to waterboarding.
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US Govt. Sued for Unwittingly Spying on Americans While Targeting Foreigners 

An American civil liberties group took the government to court over accidentally spying on its citizens as a byproduct of a Reagan-era order that falls outside the bounds of the country's foreign intelligence court and allows for sweeping surveillance
NSA Stands for 'No Such Amendment': Intelligence Agency Violates US Constitution 
For the first time in history, all three branches of American government are complicit in violating the Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution by facilitating illegal surveillance, Ray McGovern, a former CIA officer, told RT.

California Tests Natural Disaster Early Warning System 
An early warning system for earthquakes, tsunamis and floods is being trialled in the US

Doesn't ADD Up: Doctors Behind ADHD Study Question Drug Treatment 
The co-authors of a 20-year-old study promoting the use of prescription drugs to combat the effects of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are now claiming the report may have overstated medication's benefits.
Preparing to Mark the 100th Anniversary of WWI 
Preparations to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of WWI are under way. There will be numerous events to mark specific dates in the war, and they will continue for the next four years. One of the biggest challenges will be explaining the sacrifice

Russian Navy Boosted With New Nuclear Attack Submarine 
Russia's has received a New Year present with the hand-over of a cutting-edge nuclear attack submarine, the Severodvinsk, Russia's Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said.
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