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1,000 British Soldiers Given Psychiatric Help After Consuming ‘Zombie Drug’ – New Figures – 17 April 2015

RT logoThe British military is accused of failing to protect its soldier’s mental health. Figures show nearly 1,000 have sought psychiatric treatment after being given the MoD’s budget price anti-malarial drug Lariam.

A Freedom of Information (FoI) request revealed the figure is much higher than previously thought, with 994 service personnel being admitted to mental health clinics or psychiatric hospitals since 2008.

The figures only go back to 2007, so the true number may be much higher, as Lariam, also known as mefloquine, has been in use for much longer.

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1,000 Arrests: Indian Police Candidates Hire Impersonators To Pass Entry Test – 30 March 2015

RT logoMore than 1,000 people have been arrested in northeastern India as they came to a police recruitment exam with fake documents, local media said. It appears the detained people were hired by applicants to pass the physical fitness test.

All the impersonators were detained less than two weeks after checks of their documents, which they provided to attend the exam for recruiting constables for the Bihar police. The highest number of arrests was 200 on March 28.

“Never before were such a large number of aspirants arrested for impersonating,” a police officer said Sunday, The Times of India reported.

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1,000 March In Qatar Over Muslim Students’ US Murder By White Neighbor – 16 February 2015

RT logoAbout 1,000 people have taken to the streets of Doha, Qatar, to express their anger over the killing of three Muslim students in the US last week by their white neighbor.

Qatar branded the murder “a terrorist act.”

Protesters’ banners read, “End hate crimes”, “Unity”, and “We all have the right to live free from hate”, AFP reported.

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1,000 Per Month: US Airstrikes Fail To Stem Tide Of Foreign Fighters – 31 October 2014

RT logoHundreds of US-led airstrikes and daily multi-million dollar military operations have failed to stem the tide of foreign fighters entering Iraq and Syria, who continue to pour in by their thousands, according to multiple reports.

“The flow of fighters making their way to Syria remains constant, so the overall number continues to rise,” a US intelligence official told the Washington Post.

Concrete changes might not be apparent for weeks the official said, noting the natural lag between the actual situation on the ground versus the scenario painted by analyzed intelligence.

With US intelligence estimating that 1,000 foreign fighters continue to enter Iraq and Syria every month, the Post estimates that their numbers now exceed 16,000. That figure eclipses the number of foreign fighters who took up arms in any analogous conflict over the past decades, including the Soviet military campaign in Afghanistan.

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1,000-Strong Syrian Rebel Brigade Defects To Islamic State – Report – 11 July 2014

RT logoAn entire 1,000-strong rebel brigade based in Syria’s Idlib province has reportedly defected to the Islamic State group, raising new questions as to whether other factions will rally behind the militant force that has swept through Iraq’s west.

The Dawud Brigade, which was based in Sarmin and fell under the umbrella of the anti-government Sham Army, arrived in the northeastern city of Raqqa last weekend, the main headquarters for the Islamic State (IS) – previously known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS/ISIL).

The rebel group arrived in a convoy of over 100 vehicles, including 10 tanks seized from Syrian government forces, McClatchy reported quoting anti-government activists as saying on Tuesday. Syrian journalist Ammar Abu Shahin said that an increasingly complex relationship between anti-government rebel groups prompted Dawun Brigade’s leader, Hassan Abboud, to head to Raqqa.

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1,000 Kids Under 10 Subject To Police Stop-And-Search In UK – Report – 1 July 2014

RT logoPolicing powers are under scrutiny as government figures reveal more than 1,000 children in England and Wales under the age of 10 have been subject to stop and search over the last five years

The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Children found that 22 police forces had carried out 1,136 stop and searches on children under the age of criminal responsibility between 2009 and 2013.

The report is based on unpublished data that was requested from 46 police forces during an 18 month inquiry into the relationship between children and the police.

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CommonDreams – 1,500 Rally To Demand Congress Raise The Minimum Wage, Cut Corporate Tax Breaks To Address Rampant Income Inequality – 28 April 2014

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1,500 Rally to Demand Congress Raise the Minimum Wage, Cut Corporate Tax Breaks to Address Rampant Income Inequality

Growing Wage Gap, Income Inequality Spur Outrage

WASHINGTON – April 28 – Today just after noon, more than 1,500 people will gather outside of the Capitol to protest the growing chasm between rich and poor Americans and call for action from Congress. Immediate demands include a raise in the minimum wage and cuts to corporate tax breaks, both key causes of rising economic inequality and the result of Congressional lawmakers who cater to out of control corporate interests. The event will come right as Congress returns from a two-week recess. Continue reading

‘Worst In Decades’: 7 Dead, 1,000 Injured In Japan Snowstorm – 9 February 2014

RT logoThe heaviest snowstorm in nearly half a century in Tokyo and other areas of Japan has caused a rash of snow-linked accidents, resulting in over half-a-dozen deaths and injuring more than a thousand.

Up to 27 centimeters (10.6 inches) of snow was recorded in Tokyo by late Saturday, the heaviest fall in the capital for 45 years, according to meteorologists.

Approximately 35 centimeters (13.8 inches) of snow was dumped on the northeastern city of Sendai as a depression moved along the Pacific coast on Saturday, resulting in the heaviest snowfall in 78 years. Fukushima was also blanketed in 44 centimeters (17.3 inches of snow.)

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Linda Dillon – Archangel Michael – An Hour With An Angel – Radio Show Summary and Audio – 13 December 2011

Below is the audio archive for the first show of An Hour With An Angel, which airs every Monday, 9pm EST on Blogtalkradio:

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