Live Feed from Istanbul courtesy of RT:
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Turkey greeted the New Year in a tragic fashion with at least 35 people were killed and 40 wounded around 1:15 am local time, after gunmen dressed as Santas opened fire on New Year’s revelers at a nightclub
BEIRUT (Reuters) – Two suicide bombers detonated their explosives, killing at least two security officers in the Syrian coastal city of Tartous, Syrian state television reported after midnight on Sunday.
Around 100 people gathered outside the TCL Chinese Theatre, with many dressed as Carrie’s famous character Princess Leia.
Variously marketed as “all-weather”, “all-season”, or “bulletproof”, the so-called “risk-parity” strategies of some of the world’s largest hedge funds have been anything but ‘stable’ since the election as the combination of leverage and bond losses have crushed the gains from an exuberant equity market.
Promise people something for nothing and
Terrorists dressed as Santas have shot up a night club in Istanbul, killing and injuring scores of people.
Armored police vehicles surrounding the building
German security officials previously blamed Russia for hacking secret German communications and providing them to Wikileaks (English translation). And see this.
The claim? BBC reported:
BfV [Germany’s intelligence agency] head Hans-Georg Maassen said Germany was a perennial target of a hacker gang known as Sofacy/APT 28 that some other experts
Saturday, comedienne Lizz Winstead said on MSNBC’s “AM Joy” that she fears “being punished” with perhaps jail time for speaking out on any hypocrisy of Donald Trump during his time as president. “[P]eople better be careful about what they about the president,” Winstead said. “My fear is that we’re going
ISTANBUL (Reuters) – At least one attacker opened fire at an Istanbul nightclub packed with people celebrating the New Year early on Sunday, wounding as many as 20 or 30 people, broadcaster NTV said.
Submitted by Economic Prism’s MN Gordon via Acting-Man.com,
Conjuring Up Visions
Today’s a day for considering new hopes, new dreams, and new hallucinations. The New Year is here, after all. Now is the time to turn over a new leaf and start afresh. Naturally, 2017 will be the year you
The former Live and Kicking host, 51, looked sensational in a classic black swimsuit as she playfully paddled in the sea in Barbados with the high-flying banker.
She might not be in the Caribbean this New Year, but Chloe Green, 25, hasn’t missed out on topping up her tan.
According to reports in Turkey this evening there has been multiple casualties following an armed attack at an Istanbul nightclub.
It is understood a
The actor, 40, revealed to Weekend that while the cast ‘never say never’ on the show, the upcoming series features a story line that could be difficult to follow on
According to The Sun , producers of the All Stars series dropped her from the line-up after ‘Islamaphobic’ and ‘transphobic’ posts were found on her social media pages.
Is Tesla having the worst year ever? Over the course of 2016, we’ve written frequently about Tesla’s many setbacks including several auto-pilot related crashes, hackers taking control of moving vehicles, egregious levels of cash burn and a very controversial merger with SolarCity.
Now, as 2016 draws to a close, Tesla
There was no winner of tonight’s lotto jackpot, worth €2,532,312.
The numbers drawn were 2,8,10,23,27,29, Bonus Number 5.
Wednesday’s lotto jackpot is heading for
Emergency services rushed to the scene where a car went off a pier in Co Galway.
The vehicle went into the water at Carrowmoreknock
Saturday, MTV News senior national correspondent Jamil Smith called President-elect Donald Trump “uppity” for taking presidential steps during his lame duck days. “There’s reports now he’s even upset with President Obama taking actual presidential steps in these last few lame duck days. How uppity of him,” Smith said on MSNBC’s “AM
The actor even brought his dog along for his kids’ TV appearance.
During Saturday’s MSNBC broadcast of “AM Joy,” columnist Bob Franken reacted to President-elect Donald Trump questioning the security of computers in this day and age, suggesting that Trump will eliminate them since he is “taking us back to the 1950s.” “Maybe when [Trump] makes America great again there won’t be
Twenty-one children and adults got the ride they never planned on Friday night when a Knott’s Berry Farm ride malfunctioned, trapping the riders for six hours before rescue could be accomplished.
Submitted by Salil Mehta via Statistical Ideas blog,
Happy New Year! As we wrap up another successful year of the statistics blog (now with >50k followers), we would be remiss not to recognize some nice friends who are still feeling disappointed over the outcome of the recent U.S. election. It is worth exploring
Maria Fowler, 30, has attempted to set the record straight on her feud with Danielle Lloyd, 33, by sharing a candid Snapchat video.
This article by David Haggith was first published on The Great Recession Blog:
Europeans must have been delighted to discover that one thing is working as well as it has since the start of the Great Recession. Behemoth banks that are failing are still able to pay their Christmas bonuses to their top executives and give
One year ago, when looking at the 20 most popular stories of 2015, we admitted that it was difficult to find a coherent theme of the key events that shook the world, and which you, our readers, found most interesting and notable:
2015 was year in which class warfare
Emergency services are currently at the scene where a car has gone off a pier in Co Galway.
The vehicle went into the water
The British security services allegedly helped to cover up widespread pedophelia in Britain. Indeed, a whistleblower alleges that the British security services supported and funded pedophile rings as a way to blackmail establishment figures.
The Express reported in 2014:
British security services infiltrated and funded the notorious Paedophile Information Exchange in
Amid all the inflated headlines about Russian “hacking” of the U.S., the Washington Post was forced to retool an article that falsely claimed a Vermont power plant was hacked by Russian hackers.
It was a year replete with Asshats, men and women making complete fools of themselves — as mankind tends to do on a continuous basis. But, just like in the book Animal Farm, some fools are more equal than others.
Enter Doug Kass.
During the height of Hillary Clinton’s campaign,
If failing at propaganda was a contest, John Kirby would be one of the finalists for first place. Indeed, Kirby’s obvious narcissism and unbridled arrogance when dealing with the usually subservient press is apparent every time he steps up to the podium. However, as the American propaganda
HARRISBURG, Pa. (Reuters) – Pennsylvania police on Saturday morning shot to death a suspect wanted for the murder of a rookie trooper who was serving him a protection order, law enforcement authorities said.
‘This whole movement is really in the top of the first inning.’
The Bond actor is a big fan of the DJ.
Submitted by Jason Ditz via TheAntiMedia.org,
Adding to concerns about the civilian toll of the US air war against ISIS targets, the Pentagon yesterday admitted that they carried out an airstrike against the parking lot of a Mosul hospital, conceding that they “may have killed civilians” in the attack.
The national pro-life movement has experienced multiple successes in 2016. Ten of the major highlights of the past year are especially noteworthy.
Millions undeterred by global terror alerts.
According to The Sunday People , the 28-year-old secretly agreed to wed her beau, 42, back in October – and while they were keen to marry this Christmas, their plans
The star of the BBC adaptation has something in common with the character’s creator.
By Matt Agorist Confirming once again that war, to those who are sent to fight them, is absolute hell, newly released Pentagon statistics show that…
On Friday’s broadcast of “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks argued that especially with Israel and Russia President-Elect Donald Trump is “siding with a foreign leader against the US president.” Brooks said, “What’s sort of remarkable is that, especially in the Israel and the Russia cases, you’ve got a
Mercy Hospital in Cork has imposed visiting restrictions due to an outbreak of flu at the facility.
Visitors are now forbidden, except for children
By Alice Salles In America, the cannabis legalization movement has been in full swing, with states like California, Massachusetts, Maine, and Nevada joining Washington and…
Children were heard screaming at their father to “stop” in a 911 call made from the a South Carolina state legislator’s house, and the resident was charged with beating and aiming a gun at his wife afterward, according to local media.
Republican Rep. Chris Corley, of Graniteville, known for advocating
For months we’ve been writing about the staggering rise of violence in Chicago. As the year has worn on, the grim milestones have added up: the deadliest month in 23 years, the deadliest day in 13 years, 4,300 people shot…the list goes on and on. With five days left in
By Michael Boldin A Virginia bill prefiled for the 2017 session would remove sales taxes from some purchases of gold and silver, a first step…
Scarlett Moffatt’s slimline new look has left fans urging her not to lose any more weight.
BEIRUT (Reuters) – The United Nations Security Council on Saturday welcomed a ceasefire in the Syrian civil war, but rebel groups threatened to abandon the two-day-old truce if violations persisted.
It is not news that foreign governments – including American “allies” including Britain, Saudi Arabia and Israel– also fund organizations and publications to influence American public opinion— even in election years. Anyone surprised that the Russians do it must have been living in another galaxy the last fifty years.