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UK poor priced out of healthy diet – report

Reuters / Dominick Reuter

Healthy eating could trim your wallet as well as your waistline due to a spike in UK food prices, according to a study by Cambridge University. Researchers examined the prices of nearly 100 “healthy foods”, including salmon, yoghurts and raw ...

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CIA sued over Senate spying

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Julian Hattem A Washington-based privacy organization is suing the CIA to obtain details about how it spied on Senate staffers. The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit to obtain the agency inspector general’s report ...

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10 Myths About Obama’s Latest War

U.S. Navy/MC1 Trevor Welsh

Veteran foreign correspondent Reese Erlich was in northern Iraq at the start of the U.S. bombing campaign against the Islamic State. He interviewed Kurdish leaders, peshmerga fighters and U.S. officials. He says the reality on the ground is far different ...

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Scotland’s Referendum; the Stolen Nation


Lesley Docksey English though I am, I was both angered and saddened by the result of the Scottish Referendum; saddened because I had hoped the Yes side would win, and angered because of all the sneering, negative and arrogant campaigning ...

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Negotiations, Rhetoric and Israel’s Lies


Robert Fantina As Israel violates the conditions of the current cease-fire, and Palestine adheres to its part of the bargain, Prime Murder Benjamin Netanyahu continues to proclaim that he will not negotiate with Palestine due to that government’s recent unification. ...

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The Beheading Psy-Ops


Western Foreign Policy Based on Sheer Propaganda Vivian Lee With a rash of “beheadings” sweeping the world, a horrified public is asked to see this depraved barbarity as The New Normal. First we had the August “murder” on video of ...

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COINTELPRO on Steroids

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This morning I was privileged to read the poet Amjad Nasser’s essay, “When Your Name is on the Blacklist,” describing United States Homeland Security interrogating him for two hours at London Heathrow before banning him from flying to New York ...

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LA cops kill one person every week

LAPD at a protest against police brutality [Photo: FlickrUser Chase Carter]

Kevin Martinez Police in Los Angeles County have killed at least 589 people since 2000, according to a report by the Los Angeles Youth Justice Coalition, based on homicide data from the Los Angeles Coroner’s Office and local media. On ...

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The Terrorism Narrative


DAVID ALTHEIDE When philosopher Hannah Arendt witnessed the trial of Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem, she was struck by his ‘unthinking’ nature in the way that he went about the ordinary business of carrying out the holocaust. He was not only ...

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Big Lies Launch Lawless Wars

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Stephen Lendman RINF Alternative News Obama’s Iraq war III is lawless. It has no legal authority. It constitutes cold, calculated, premeditated naked aggression. The same holds for his three-and-a-half year proxy war on Syria. It was planned long before March ...

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U.S. Propaganda Delves Into The Insane


Thanks to a dizzying barrage of lies, mainstream media fear-mongering and a couple of beheadings, the Obama Administration finally achieved its long sought after war in Syria. The tactic that proved most effective in mobilizing the American public back into a shivering, post-9/11 ...

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