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Freedom of Expression: Just How Much Is Too Much? - Veterans Today

Article 19, of the Indian Constitution guarantees to all its citizens, the freedom of speech and expression. Oops! Am I defining limits? Then I must be wrong! Because each and every citizen of India, expressing his or her point of view vociferously in a globalist, post post-modernist, social media turn of age hardly cares about boundaries. In […]
Source: Freedom of Expression: Just How Much Is Too Much? - Veterans Today
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US Senators endorse renewing NSA's most controversial spying powers

Senators are pushing to reauthorize some of the US Intelligence agencies' most sweeping and controversial spying abilities exposed by whistleblower Edward Snowden with some token 'improvements' as privacy advocates are already crying foul.  
 
Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) and Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont) introduced the Liberty Act bill which will reauthorize the controversial Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. This gives US intelligence agencies permission to spy on and store internet metadata and communications of foreign people living outside the US, along with communications of US citizens which get "swept up" in the data collection. This data can then be searched at a later date without a warrant.  
 
The authorization for the George W Bush-era program is set to expire on December 31 if Congress doesn't renew it. The Liberty Act would extend Section 702 for six years, with a number of small improvements.  
 
The bill will "enhance accountability, and increase protections for queries of Section 702 metadata, among other important reforms," the senators said.

Source: US Senators endorse renewing NSA's most controversial spying powers

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Today's News / Turkey, Russia and Iran meet to discuss Syria
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Turkey, Russia and Iran meet to discuss Syria

Turkey, Russia and Iran meet to discuss Syria  Aljazeera.comForeign Ministers Of Iran, Russia, Turkey Discuss Syria War Ahead Of Sochi Summit  RadioFreeEurope/RadioLibertyTop diplomats of Russia, Iran, Turkey to discuss Syrian crisis in Antalya  TASSAnalysis: Russia-Iran-Turkey meeting is message to US  The Jerusalem PostFull coverage

Source: Turkey, Russia and Iran meet to discuss Syria

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‘Mossad Agent’ Sentenced to Death: Who’s Targeting Iran’s Nuclear Scientists? - Veterans Today

Editor’s note: Killings began after Jared Cohen toured Iran.  Cohen now heads the regime change machine, “Jigsaw,” funded by Israeli controlled tech giants.  They shudda asked us. The killings of Iranian nuclear scientists have prompted political analysts to assume during an interview with Sputnik that Israel could have been behind the sabotage of Tehran’s atomic […]
Source: ‘Mossad Agent’ Sentenced to Death: Who’s Targeting Iran’s Nuclear Scientists? - Veterans Today
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Sputnik: Russian Artillery and Missile Forces Day: Over 600 Years on Guard of Safety - Veterans Today

Russia marks its annual Missile Forces and Artillery Day on Sunday, November 19. According to the Ministry of Defense, since 2012, 4,000 modern missile and artillery systems have been delivered to the army, making Russia the world leader in terms of these type of weapons. MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The commemorative day was established by the May 31 2006, executive […]
Source: Sputnik: Russian Artillery and Missile Forces Day: Over 600 Years on Guard of Safety - Veterans Today
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Today's News / List of US students named as Rhodes scholars for 2018
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List of US students named as Rhodes scholars for 2018

List of US students named as Rhodes scholars for 2018  Washington PostSome Firsts Among 32 US Students Picked as Rhodes Scholars  U.S. News & World ReportEmory student selected as Rhodes scholar  Atlanta Journal ConstitutionFull coverage

Source: List of US students named as Rhodes scholars for 2018

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Yazidi woman narrates how she was forced into ISIS sex slavery

Yazidi woman narrates how she was forced into ISIS sex slavery  Asianet NewsableYazidi woman, 24, who was captured by ISIS and sold as a sex slave reveals how she was passed around by terrorists ...  Daily MailFull coverage

Source: Yazidi woman narrates how she was forced into ISIS sex slavery

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Today's News / Terrorists kill mill workers in Syria
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Terrorists kill mill workers in Syria

November 19th, 2017 - Fort Russ News -- Breakingnews.sy - - translated by Samer Hussein -               At least eight people were killed and more than 30 others left injured after terrorists stationed in the northern countryside of Homs province shelled Al Waleed Mill, located in the outskirts of Homs city, on Sunday afternoon.Death toll is expected to rise as several of those wounded (who were immediately rushed to Al Basel Hospital in the Zahra district of ​​Homs) are in a critical condition. The two rockets reportedly caused a huge material damage, leaving the mill completely inoperable.Vast majority of the victims were people who worked in the mill.It is noteworthy that the attack violates the Russia-brokered de-escalation zones memorandum.     Follow us on Facebook!                                                                                                          Follow us on Twitter!                                          Donate!

Source: Terrorists kill mill workers in Syria

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These Six Founders Are Making A Living Out Of Pursuing Their Passions

Want inspiration to quit your day job and follow your dreams? These six entrepreneurs and creatives have followed their passions to build successful businesses. Here, they share their stories and offer advice to other aspiring founders.

Source: These Six Founders Are Making A Living Out Of Pursuing Their Passions

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Today's News / Why Saudi-Israeli normalisation could be dangerous
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Why Saudi-Israeli normalisation could be dangerous

Apart from being disastrous for Palestine, normalising relations with Israel could get Saudi Arabia in real trouble.

Source: Why Saudi-Israeli normalisation could be dangerous

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