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Turkey Expects Same Reaction To Islamophobia As To Charlie Hebdo Attacks – 12 January 2015

RT logoTurkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu condemned the attacks in France during the Paris march on Sunday, while adding there should be no double standards as to denouncing attacks on Muslim mosques and standing up against Islamophobia.

“It is a message to the whole world that everyone must confront the threat of terror,” Davutoglu told reporters at the Turkish embassy in Paris on Sunday.

“We would expect the same sensitivities to be shown to attacks on mosques or Islamophobia,” he said after participating in a march along with over 40 world leaders.

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Both AirAsia Black Boxes Found, One Lifted From Sea – Indonesia Rescue Chief – 12 January 2015

RT logoThe flight data recorder of AirAsia flight QZ8501 has been lifted from the Java Sea, the head of the Indonesian search and rescue agency said. The divers then found the plane’s second black box.

A team of Indonesian navy divers on Monday retrieved the first black box from the plane, which crashed on December 28 killing all 162 people on board.

“This morning I had an official report from the national transportation safety committee. At 7:11 we had succeeded in lifting the part of the black box known as the flight data recorder,” Fransiskus Bambang Soelistyo, head of the search and rescue agency, was quoted by Reuters.

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ZeroHedge – So What Should I Do? “It’s Time To Become More Resilient & More Engaged” – 12 January 2015

ZeroHedgeSubmitted by Adam Taggart via Peak Prosperity,

If there’s one message to take away from this newly-updated Crash Course video series, it’s this:  It’s time for you to become more resilient and more engaged. Things are changing quickly and nobody knows how much time we have before the next economic, ecological or energy related crisis erupts.  Nobody knows when, but we do have a pretty good idea of what is coming.

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Human Brain Deletes Useless Memories To Stay Tidy – Research – 12 January 2015

RT logoThe mechanism, which prevents the human brain from being littered up by outdated and useless memories, has been uncovered by US scientists.

READ MORE: Use of smartphones alters brain – study

Before encountering any familiar situations the brain makes a subconscious prediction on what it expects to come across.

But if this prediction turns out to be wrong the memories related to it diminish and are more likely to be completely forgotten, the researchers at Princeton University and the University of Texas-Austin said.

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Cuba To Test Public WiFi For The First Time – 12 January 2015

RT logoCuba, known for its tight control over internet access, plans to make WiFi available for the first time to the general public. The country’s second largest city will be used to trial the service. One hour online will cost $4.50.

“Santiago (de Cuba) has been picked by Etecsa to test WiFi services late this month,” the Union of Cuban Journalists’ website announced.

Users in Etesca will be able to access the internet via smartphones, tablets and laptops. Speeds will reach one megabyte per second at the start of the project, and will cost the same as local internet points at $4.50 an hour.

Up until now WiFi in Cuba has only been available for the government, universities, public institutions, hotels and restaurants. Nevertheless, cases of illegal connection to wireless networks are common.

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ZeroHedge – The Collective Delusion Of Grandeur Fades: Central Bank Inflationism Is Visibly On The Wane – 12 January 2015

ZeroHedgeSubmitted by Sean Corrigan via True Sinews blog,

Regular readers of these pages (whether here or in the author’s previous professional incarnations) will recognise that the analysis is informed by a core belief that while money should never be confused with wealth – and that therefore the latter cannot be conjured up by the central bank like a rabbit from a magician’s hat, however much people might wish it were so – the former is anything but neutral in its effect upon the creation, the distribution, and even the destruction of said wealth.

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March For Unity: Over 40 World Leaders, ‘Up To 3Mn’ Rally In Paris Against Extremism – 12 January 2015

RT logo(Lucas: Maybe a little food for thought:  Against which extremists are you rallying.  The extremists in power in Europe and in the US who think to appoint us all extremist and terrorists with new and even more restrictions on your privacy, freedoms and rights in the name of freeing you from extremist and terrorist that were put there in the first place, trained and paid for by those in power wanting you to believe it is those humans believing in Islam and now being fed the story of hate to push for those on the other side of the line.  It is about keeping all humans occupied with fighting and opposing each other and playing duality out all over again. Are you still going for it. Yes, people die and are hurt but really they are fighting illusionary causes and the ones still in power behind the scenes win by divide and conquer till you all stop believing the mainstream media, stop believing your so-called democratic government puppets of the Military Industrial Complex and Bankers. A few people still try to find ways to get their end-goal of world  domination happening.Maybe get discerning and seeing the bigger picture!)

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Up to three million, according to local media estimates, are marching through Paris in solidarity with the 17 victims of the Charlie Hebdo attack and the three-day-long period of terror attacks. Over 40 world leaders joined the “cry for freedom” rally.

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Foreign Sub Hunt: Sweden Confirms Second Secret Operation In Stockholm Archipelago – 12 January 2015

RT logoSweden has confirmed it held a second “secret” search operation for a foreign submarine in its waters back in October. The hunt, not reported until now, followed media source claims about a sighting of a submarine tower outside Stockholm.

A submarine-hunting corvette, HMS Malmö, was secretly deployed in the waters between Lidingö Island in the inner Stockholm archipelago and Nacka Municipality on October 31, the Dagens Nyheter newspaper reported on Sunday.

“It looked like a black submarine conning tower,” said the newspaper’s source, who was a “private individual.” “It was seen by several over vessels which normally travel along the shipping channel, such as the Finland ferries.”

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John Ward – Jihadist Terror Horror Atrocity : Europe On Full Alert As Merkel Fridge Treasures Blown Sky-High – 12 January 2015

merkfridgeMerkel family heirloom heartlessly destroyed by terrorists

All-out Jihadist war was declared on Germany this afternoon when members of the ISISbollahAlJ’olson Alliance forced their way into Angela Merkel’s Berlin apartment and destroyed her fridge.

fridgebomb(Left) Exploding fridge rocks Berlin. (Reconstruction) Continue reading

Parents Face Charges In Indiana After ‘Taping’ Toddler Playing With Handgun – 12 January 2015

RT logoA couple is under investigation after authorities say they discovered cellphone videos showing their one-year-old daughter toying with a handgun, at one point placing the weapon in her mouth.

Police in Indiana found the videos when a 19-year-old male was arrested after attempting to sell a handgun to an undercover police officer, AP reported.

According to police, the man and the girl’s 22-year-old mother did not try to stop the toddler as she put the gun, described as a 0.40-caliber handgun, in her mouth.

On the video it is even possible to hear the adults encouraging the girl to say “bang” and “pow.”

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