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Obama to propose $1.5 trillion in new tax revenue / Israel to withdraw police representative in Turkey / Yemen unrest: Further deaths in clashes in Sanaa / Asteroid YU55 Will Pass Close to Earth November 2011 / Aleutian volcano's behavior a challenge for scientists / Freaked out driver tail-gated by UFO / UFO Reports Spiked this Summer / Turkey to Freeze EU Ties if Cyprus Gets EU Presidency / Poll: Majority of Palestinians believe UN statehood bid will succeed / Sheriff Joe calls in Posse to investigate Mack Daddy's missing ID papers / TSA-style full body pat-downs coming to an NFL stadium near you

Obama to propose $1.5 trillion in new tax revenue
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 Turkey: We will freeze ties with EU if Cyprus given 2012 presidency
EU-candidate Turkey will freeze relations with the European Union if Cyprus is given the EU presidency in 2012, Deputy Prime Minister Besir Atalay was quoted as saying by the state-run news agency Anatolian late on Saturday. The comments could signal a new low point in ties between the European Union and Turkey which began accession talks to the bloc in 2005.  

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Israel to withdraw police representative in Turkey
Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch announced Monday that Israel will withdraw its police representative in Turkey following the deepening crisis between Jerusalem and Ankara. "Lately, there have not been working relations between the police representative and the Turks. In addition, we are concerned for the safety of the representative and as such he will be transferred in the coming days," said Aharonovitch.  
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Race to rescue quake victims in India, Nepal and Tibet
Rescue efforts are under way across isolated Himalayan regions in India, Nepal and Tibet after a magnitude 6.9 earthquake struck the area on Sunday. The worst affected area was the northern Indian state of Sikkim, the epicentre of the quake where at least 18 people have been killed. But the relief effort there has been hampered by rainfall and landslides. It is feared that the toll could rise.  

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Yemen unrest: Further deaths in clashes in Sanaa
More civilians have died in political unrest in Yemen's capital Sanaa, a day after 26 people were shot dead at a rally in the city. Witnesses said security forces once again opened fire on protesters, who had promised to carry on their campaign to oust President Ali Abdullah Saleh. Reports said at least three people had been killed in the latest violence.  

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Pandora, Enceladus & Company --Saturn's Moons in a Rare Spectacular Alignment

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Asteroid YU55 Will Pass Close to Earth November 2011

A giant asteroid will pass so close to Earth later this year, that amateur astronomers will be able to spot it with just a small telescope. The 55-million tones of Asteroid YU55 is a quarter of a mile across and will pass between Earth and our cosmic neighbor the Moon during the month of November 2011. YU55 is actually listed on the hazardous space objects list produced by NASA, yet NASA are playing down fears that YU55 could actually smash into the Earth. If YU55 did hit our planet it is speculated that it would leave a huge amount of destruction equal to...
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This is a test...Emergency Alert System nationwide test to last three minutes on November 9

More technical details about the upcoming national EAS test are trickling out of the FCC. For one thing, the commission is confirming that the test on Nov. 9 will last for about three minutes, something of an eternity in modern-day radio. The FCC says that during the test, FEMA will originate a “live” Emergency Action Notification code to all EAS participants, including radio and TV stations, cable systems, Sirius XM, satellite TV providers and wireline video service providers. As part of the test, the public will be told the EAS has been activated for...
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Big earthquake in Sikkim, tremors across India; 38 dead, over 100 injured

New Delhi: At least 38 people have been killed, 26 in India, five in Nepal and seven in Tibet, and over 100 are injured after an earthquake measuring 6.8 on the Richter Scale shook Sikkim on Sunday evening. Strong tremors were also felt in parts of North and East India and parts of Bangladesh and Nepal, causing widespread panic. The epicentre of the quake is said to be just 64 kilometre North-West of Gangtok. (First Pictures) Seven people, including two Armymen, were killed in Sikkim and 33 others received injuries there. In Bihar, a seven-year...
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Aleutian volcano's behavior a challenge for scientists

Cleveland Volcano, a 5,676-foot peak located 940 miles southwest of Anchorage, continues to expel lava out its crater, a low-level eruption that began in mid-July, scientists at the Alaska Volcano Observatory said. Satellite imagery shows a lava dome growing inside the volcano's crater. Satellite data also shows continued heat generated from the volcano, according to the observatory, a joint federal-state organization. So far, there have been no signs of ash clouds. But those could come with little warning, scientists said. "The big thing we're concerned...
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Freaked out driver tail-gated by UFO

A TERRITORY man was shaken after an encounter with a UFO south of Tennant Creek. The man, who wished to be identified only as Aiden, was an hour south of Tennant Creek on his way to Melbourne when he noticed a bright light following him closely, the Katherine Times reported. Aiden said he had left Tennant Creek at about 3.30am. "About an hour after I had set off I looked in my side mirror and noticed a light behind me," he said. He thought nothing of it, believing it was another car - but the light got brighter. "I thought 'geez, they must be...
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UFO Reports Spiked this Summer

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Hologram tech in car's back seat

Forget 'I spy' and hand-held video games, a team of developers is working on technology that will entertain little ones in the back seat with holograms controlled by motion sensors. The technology, which is similar to Microsoft's Kinetic system, is being developed by the Games and Experimental Entertainment Laboratory (or GEElab as it is more affectionately known) at Victoria's RMIT University. Three-dimensional images are projected into the back seat to entertain passengers, who control the action with gestures rather than hand-held...
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“Everyone, everywhere, is buying gold”

Gold, a safe haven just like the Swiss franc, is breaking records and should continue on its upwards spiral, expert Frédéric Panizzutti tells swissinfo.ch. Panizzutti, vice president at Geneva-based gold trading group MKS Finance, says gold’s advantage is that it can be exchanged all over the world and against all currencies. But some are convinced that the gold bubble will burst. What is true is that gold has been hovering above the $1,800 (SFr1,421) per ounce (around 31 grams) threshold in recent days, reaching a record $1,900...
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Turkey to Freeze EU Ties if Cyprus Gets EU Presidency

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Former IDF chief reveals new details of Israel's nuclear program

In the tense period at the end of May and the beginning of June 1967, with Israel feeling choked in a tightening siege, Lt. Gen. Dov Tamari was summoned urgently to a meeting with a senior figure from the General Staff. As a former commander of Sayeret Matkal, the elite commando unit, "Dovik" Tamari was experienced in conducting covert cross-border operations. For the special mission, Tamari was appointed operational deputy of the senior General Staff officer. The mission? To fly to a high place in the Sinai desert, unload a certain...
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Poll: Majority of Palestinians believe UN statehood bid will succeed

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Losses from rogue trader at US$2.3-billion, UBS says

ZURICH – Swiss bank UBS AG raised losses from rogue trading at its investment bank to US$2.3-billion and alleged a trader concealed his risky deals by creating fictitious hedging positions in internal systems. UBS stunned markets on Thursday when it announced unauthorized trades had lost it some US$2-billion. London trader Kweku Adoboli was charged on Friday with fraud and false accounting dating back...
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Michael Reagan Considering Run Against Sen. Dianne Feinstein in 2012

Michael Reagan, son of the former president, told the San Francisco Chronicle that he's looking at challenging California Senator Dianne Feinstein in 2012. A poll out this week showed Feinstein with the highest negatives in her nearly 20 years in the Senate. Results that would presumably give Reagan or any...
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Sheriff Joe calls in Posse to investigate Mack Daddy's missing ID papers

Arizona's Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio told WND he has assigned a five-member "Cold Case Posse" to investigate the authenticity of Barack Obama's birth certificate. The decision, he says, is simply a matter of doing his duty. "This investigation does not involve politics," Arpaio told WND. "I listen to all the residents of Maricopa County who...
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TSA-style full body pat-downs coming to an NFL stadium near you

(NaturalNews) It is something that we here at NaturalNews have repeatedly warned our readers was coming, and that is now unfolding right before our eyes. In seeming accordance with the US Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) total human control and monitoring agenda, the US National Football League (NFL) has announced that, effective immediately, all football game attendees will be subjected to full-body "enhanced" pat down upon entering NFL...
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'First Jewish global 24 hour news channel set to launch'

BRUSSELS - Jewish News One (JN1), the world’s first Jewish global 24hr news channel "that offers a new vision of current affairs," will be launched next week. JN1 presents itself as a fully independent worldwide news channel "which is not tied to any nation, government or political party." Its slogan is "informing opinion, expanding horizons." It will broadcas
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National Religious Broadcasters: Google and social media companies are censoring Christian free speech

National Religious Broadcasters says it needs to have a dialogue with new media companies about the potential for censorship of religious speech, but suggests it is not looking for a religious version...
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Pro-'gay' groups take 'pressure tactics' to PayPal - Homosexual activists are pressuring PayPal to not handle donations made to groups that promote traditional values, but one pro-family organization is encouraging the e-commerce business to be fair.
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Teenager claims to have lived wild in a forest since childhood

The 17-year-old, who turned up at a police station in Berlin, said he had been walking for two weeks but had no idea who he was, or where he was from. He told officers he and his father had moved to the forest around five years ago following the death of his mother and had lived off the land ever since, sleeping in a tent and remote huts. But he told police his father had also died recently...
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Giant anaconda that's 18ft long Most people trekking through the jungle would turn tail and run a mile the opposite direction if they came face to face with a giant anaconda. But not Niall McCann. Like a real-life Indiana Jones he decided instead to do battle with the beast - something he said was a lifetime's ambition. The adventurer, who has rowed the Atlantic and trekked across Greenland's Polar Ice Cap, pounced on the 18ft-long jungle giant,..

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