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- Hacked from ‘US servers’: Ecuador leader claims attacks on his private computerEcuadorean President Rafael Correa has accused the US of “systematic, high-tech” cyber-attacks on his private internet accounts and computers, the last of which was traced back to American servers last Thursday.
- ‘Afraid of Russia:’ German police arrest man after finding nuke-proof bunker full of weaponsPolice in Germany found a private nuclear-proof bunker made by a man who says he feared an attack from Russia. At least 140 different weapons were found in his “atomic safe” facility where he was planning to hide with his family.
- Israeli troops kill Palestinian along Gaza border – Health MinistryIsraeli forces have shot dead a Palestinian farmer near the Gaza border, the Palestinian Health Ministry said. This is the first fatality since the latest tentative ceasefire agreement in August, when the 50-day Gaza war ended.
- Barely surviving: Alaska's polar bear population falls 40% in 10 yearsPolar bears are becoming an endangered species in Alaska, where their numbers have fallen by 40 percent in a decade, says a new study. Poor ice conditions linked to global warming, limiting access to their traditional prey, may be to blame.
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- ‘Plague on our pavements’: Chewing gum manufacturers asked to foot street clean-up billTo battle a plague of used chewing gum spots on the sidewalks in the streets of the UK and Wales, the national voice of local government has requested gum manufacturing firms to contribute to £60 million to annual removal costs.
- Plant-based gel can seal bleeding wounds instantaneously (VIDEO)A New York based startup has developed a gel capable of sealing even the most severe bleeding wounds in mere seconds. The plant-based polymer is on the course to save human lives after already being tested in veterinarian use on animals.
- Germany bends over backwards to satisfy US spying demandsDespite the historic lessons Germany has bent over backwards trying to accommodate spying requests by the US, yet has done nothing so far to protect the privacy of its own citizens guaranteed by the constitution, Annie Machon, former UK MI5 agent told RT.
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