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LINKS Mike Novas Shared NewsLinks 9:42 AM 4/15/2016 When will Russia break? mikenova shared this story from NEWS: The World and Global Security Review. The Morning Vertical, April 15, 2016 When will Russia break? This card the inculcation of pride that Russia is again a great country is the largest, maybe the only, one Continue reading“Mike Novas Shared NewsLinks 9:42 AM 4/15/2016: When will Russia break?”
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Pentagon chief: US eyes ways to step up Islamic State fight

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AL-DHAFRA AIR BASE, United Arab Emirates (AP) — U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said he will talk with his commanders in the coming days to identify additional ways the U.S. can intensify the fight against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria, including more airstrikes, cyberattacks and American troops on the ground….

TV Station Stands Behind German Comedian Who Mocked Erdogan

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A German television station is pledging its full support to comedian Jan Boehmermann in any legal proceeding brought against him for mocking Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The head of Germany’s ZDF television made the pledge Saturday, a day after Chancellor Angela Merkel announced that her government would grant a Turkish request for prosecution of the comedian. She added that it is up to the courts to decide his guilt or innocence. ZDF chief Thomas Bellut told the…

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U.K. Spy Chief Apologizes for Agencys Past Anti-Gay Prejudice

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(LONDON) — The head of Britain’s digital espionage agency has apologized for the organization’s historic prejudice against homosexuals, saying it failed to learn from the treatment of World War II codebreaker Alan Turing.

In a rare public speech, GCHQ chief Robert Hannigan told a gathering organized by the rights group Stonewall that the agency’s ban on homosexuals had caused long-lasting psychological damage to many and hurt the agency because talented people were excluded from working there.

“The fact that it was common practice for decades reflected the intolerance of the times and the pressures of the Cold War, but it does not make it any less wrong and we should apologize for it,” Hannigan said Friday at the conference organized by Stonewall, which campaigns for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality.

The speech offered a poignant tribute to Turing, the gay computer science pioneer and architect of the effort to crack Nazi Germany’s Enigma cipher. Turing was convicted of indecency in 1952 and stripped of his security clearance. He later committed suicide.

A 2014 film about Turing, “The Imitation Game” starring Benedict Cumberbatch, brought his story to a new generation. At GCHQ, Turing is now seen as a genius— “a problem-solver who was not afraid to think differently and radically,” Hannigan said.

It was partly to honor Turing that the agency’s headquarters was lit up during a global celebration of gender and sexual diversity last year.

“It was also kind of an act of atonement — for the lost opportunity of his early death,” Hannigan said. “Who knows what Turing would have gone on to do, where, for example, he might have taken his pioneering interest in artificial intelligence, which is the thing everyone is talking about. We will never know and should, as a society, never repeat that mistake.”

Hannigan said things are different now.

To make the point, he shared a story about an internal agency blog headlined “So it’s goodbye from him.” Hannigan said that at first he thought it was written by someone who was leaving the agency for the private sector. It turned out to be the story of a transgender employee — who he called Emma — who had finally decided to start the process of transition.

“We have a lot of courageous staff, civilian and military, straight and gay, who have deployed to Afghanistan, to Iraq, and other conflicts…,” Hannigan said. “But it takes a particular kind of courage to write what Emma wrote in front of thousands of her colleagues.”

Hannigan said he was proud the blog was the most “liked” the agency had ever had, and that the comments were genuinely supportive. But he stressed that GCHQ was still far from a utopia.

“That is the real point of diversity for me,” he said. “To do our job, which is solving some of the hardest technology problems the world faces for security reasons, we need all talents and we need people who dare to think differently and be different. … Dull uniformity would completely destroy us.”

Dilma Rousseffs Former Supporters in Brazil Express Disillusionment

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As the president faces a possible impeachment, working-class people who brought her party to power say they feel abandoned and want a change.

Weapons, Rights Frame Hollande’s Egypt Visit

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French President Francois Hollande arrives in Egypt Sunday for a visit intended to shore up security cooperation and produce lucrative weapons deals despite sharp criticism by rights groups. Hollandes Cairo leg is part of a four-day trip to the Middle East that began Saturday in Lebanon and ends Tuesday in Jordan. There, he will address shared concerns with Arab allies, ranging from terrorism and instability in Iraq, Syria and Libya, to the refugee crisis and the long-simmering…

Rousseff Works to Sway Lawmakers on Eve of Impeachment Vote

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On the eve of a crucial impeachment vote in Congress, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff worked behind the scenes to buttress her coalition.

Syria talks resume, chances seen as very slim amid violence

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Indirect peace talks between Syrias warring parties have resumed in Geneva to the backdrop of escalating violence in the countrys north and a refusal by the Syrian government to negotiate a transitional government, a key opposition demand.

Pope Francis Says Bernie Sanders Meeting Was Not an Endorsement

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(ROME) — Pope Francis said his brief encounter Saturday with U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was a sign of good manners, “nothing more,” and hardly evidence of interfering in American politics.

The White House hopeful called it a “real honor” to meet “one of the extraordinary figures” in the world, a kindred spirit on economic inequality, which is a main Sanders’ campaign theme.

Francis was on his way to Greece to highlight the plight of refugees and Sanders was wrapping up his trip to Rome when they met in the lobby of the pope’s residence, the Domus Santa Marta hotel in the Vatican gardens. The Vermont senator had attended a Vatican conference Friday on economic inequality and climate change, and flew back to New York for campaign events on Saturday.

“This morning when I left, Sen. Sanders was there. … He knew I was leaving at that time and I had the kindness to greet him and his wife and another couple who were with them,” the pope told reporters traveling back with him to the Vatican.

“When I came down, I greeted them, shook their hands and nothing more. This is good manners. It’s called good manners and not getting mixed up in politics. If anyone thinks that greeting someone means getting involved in politics, they should see a psychiatrist,” the pope said.

Earlier, Sanders said in an The Associated Press interview that he told the pope that he appreciated the message that Francis was sending the world about the need to inject morality and justice into the world economy. Sanders said that was a message he, too, has tried to convey.

“We had an opportunity to meet with him this morning,” Sanders said. “It was a real honor for me, for my wife and I to spend some time with him. I think he is one of the extraordinary figures not only in the world today but in modern world history.”

Sanders said he had the chance to tell the pope that “I was incredibly appreciative of the incredible role that he is playing in this planet in discussing issues about the need for an economy based on morality, not greed.”

Sanders and his wife, Jane, stayed overnight at the hotel, on the same floor as the pope. Francis noted to reporters that members of the Vatican conference that Sanders had attended also were staying at the hotel.

Jeffrey Sachs, a Sanders foreign policy adviser, said there were no photographs taken of the pope and Sanders together.

The Vatican is loath to get involved in electoral campaigns, and usually tries to avoid any perception of partisanship as far as the pope is concerned, although Francis in February rebuked Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump over Trump’s stand on immigration.

Popes rarely travel to countries during the thick of political campaigns, knowing a papal photo opportunity with the sitting head of state can be exploited for political ends.

But Francis has been known to flout Vatican protocol, and the meeting with Sanders was evidence that his personal desires often trump Vatican diplomacy.

“His message is resonating with every religion on earth with people who have no religion and it is a message that says we have got to inject morality and justice into the global economy,” Sanders said.

Sanders said the meeting should not be viewed as the pope injecting himself into the campaign.

“The issues that I talked about yesterday at the conference, as you well know, are issues that I have been talking about not just throughout this campaign but throughout my political life,” Sanders said in the interview. “And I am just very much appreciated the fact that the pope in many ways has been raising these issues in a global way in the sense that I have been trying to raise them in the United States.”

Sachs said Sanders saw the pope in the foyer of the domus, and that the encounter lasted about five minutes. Sanders later joined his family, including some of his grandchildren, for a walking tour of St. Peter’s Basilica, one of the holiest Catholic shrines.

The trip gave Sanders a moment on the world stage, putting him alongside priests, bishops, academics and two South American presidents at the Vatican conference.

Sanders has been at a disadvantage during his campaign against rival Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama’s former secretary of state, on issues of foreign policy. But Sanders was peppered with questions from academics and ecclesiastics during Vatican conference in a manner that might have been afforded a head of state.

The invitation to Sanders to address that session raised eyebrows when it was announced and touched off allegations that the senator lobbied for the invitation.

But the chancellor for the pontifical academy, Bishop Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo, said he invited Sanders because he was the only U.S. presidential candidate who showed deep interest in the teachings of Francis.

Once back home, Sanders was set to refocus on Tuesday’s pivotal presidential contest in New York, a state with a significant number of Catholic voters. Clinton holds a lead among the delegates who will determine the Democratic nominee, and Sanders is trying to string together a series of victories in upcoming contests to draw closer.

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» Cuba’s Path to the Future Is Shrouded in Secrecy
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mikenova shared this story . Cuba’s ruling Communist Party is expected to announce a series of economic and political reforms next week that it hopes to put in place as the country prepares for the end of the Castros’ rule in…

» Top Navy official: Russian sub activity expands to Cold War level – CNN
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mikenova shared this story from Russia – Google News. CNN Top Navy official: Russian sub activity expands to Cold War level CNN “NATO is viewed as an existential threat to Russia , and in the post-Cold War period, the expansion of N…

» U.S. Urges Russia to Halt Assad Aleppo Attack as Truce Frays – Bloomberg
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mikenova shared this story from Russia – Google News. New York Times U.S. Urges Russia to Halt Assad Aleppo Attack as Truce Frays Bloomberg The U.S. is urging Russia to help halt an offensive by President Bashar al-Assad’s forces on rebe…

» 4 soldiers hospitalized after Humvee crash, 1 ‘critical’
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mikenova shared this story from Stars and Stripes. One solider from an Army Reserve unit in New York is in critical condition and three others remain hospitalized after their Humvee overturned on the New Jersey Turnpike.

» Apple hits back against FBI in New York iPhone feud – San Jose Mercury News
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mikenova shared this story from fbi – Google News. The Verge Apple hits back against FBI in New York iPhone feud San Jose Mercury News In court papers, Apple’s lawyers revived their defense of the company’s need to protect the security o…

» Budget Cuts Forcing Marines to Work Double-Time, Face Safety Threats
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mikenova shared this story from Washington Free Beacon. Hit with $131 billion worth of budget cuts and a force reduction of 30,000, the Marine Corps is being stretched to its limits, Fox News reported Thursday. “After 15 years of hard se…

» FBI appoints new CIO from within – FedScoop
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» Politician Leading Charge to Impeach Brazil’s President Has His Own Legal Tangles
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mikenova shared this story from WSJ.com: World News. Eduardo Cunha, the politician bringing impeachment of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff to a floor vote, is himself under indictment.

» Guatemalan ex-president linked to new scandal
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mikenova shared this story from World. Former Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina and his then-vice president led a criminal structure that collected at least $30 million in bribes to award a contract to build a port terminal, the cou…

» Brazil Supreme Court rejects government bid to suspend impeachment vote – swissinfo.ch
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» New Delhi’s Street Children Publish Newspaper
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mikenova shared this story from Voice of America. Newspapers occasionally write about the plight of children living in the streets, but a group of homeless kids in India’s capital New Delhi is putting together their own monthly publicati…

» The Czech Republic is getting a new name: Czechia – Washington Post
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» Japan Assesses Damage After Strong Quake on Island of Kyushu
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mikenova shared this story from WSJ.com: World News. Nine people were killed by the Thursday quake, and some 44,000 people were taking refuge in shelters and public buildings.

» A Witness Places Mexican Federal Police at the Kidnapping of the 43 Missing Students
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mikenova shared this story from World – TIME. A commission investigating the disappearance of 43 Mexican students says it has found a witness who puts two federal police officers, and officers from another city, at the scene of their mas…

» Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The End of Catholic Guilt
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mikenova shared this story from NYT > World. Pope Francis is merely acknowledging the obvious. As before, he’s using words to change hearts.

» Russian Judge Resigns After Agreeing To Hear Case Against Putin
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mikenova shared this story from Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty. A Russian judge who agreed to accept a lawsuit filed against Russian President Vladimir Putin has abruptly resigned.

» Fallen Russian soldier’s family mourns with medal, and questions
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» Syria talks resume, chances seen as very slim amid violence
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Indirect peace talks between Syria’s warring parties have resumed in Geneva to the backdrop of escalating violence in the country’s north and a refusal by the Syrian government to negotiate a transitional government, a key opposition dem…

» Some sleep in cars after 2 nights of quakes kill 41 in Japan
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Army troops and other rescuers rushed Saturday to save scores of people.

» AP NewsAlert
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Officials say helicopter with three people on board crashes near Baltimore airport; no fatalities

» On Lesbos, caretaker strives to give migrants final respect
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» Brazil’s Rousseff Works to Sway Lawmakers to Avoid Impeachment
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On the eve of a crucial impeachment vote in Congress, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff worked behind the scenes to buttress her coalition.

» Pope Francis Visits Migrants, Brings 12 Back to the Vatican
16/04/16 14:00 from WSJ.com: World News
Pope Francis traveled to the front lines of the migration crisis Saturday, visiting a Greek island that has become the focal point of Europe’s hardened stance toward the new arrivals—then returning to the Vatican with three Syrian families.

» Probe finds odd dust in solar system
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NASA just discovered some special particles floating in our cosmic neighborhood.

» Pope Brings 12 Syrian Refugees to Italy in Lesson for Europe
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In a gesture both political and personal, Pope Francis has flown 12 Syrian Muslims to Italy aboard his charter plane after an emotional visit to the Greek island of Lesbos, which has faced the brunt of Europe’s migration crisis

» Brazil’s Rousseff Works to Sway Lawmakers on Eve of Impeachment Vote – Wall Street Journal
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» Rousseff Works to Sway Lawmakers on Eve of Impeachment Vote
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On the eve of a crucial impeachment vote in Congress, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff worked behind the scenes to buttress her coalition.

» ‘Tiger Whisperer’ Mauled To Death At Florida Zoo
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A 38-year-old lead keeper – who had just accepted another job elsewhere – is savaged by a 300lb male big cat.

» Popular meds linked to kidney risk
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Taking one of the most-prescribed medications in the world — proton pump inhibitors — might dramatically increase a person’s risk for kidney failure and kidney disease, new research suggests. The study was released Thursday in the Jour…

» Sanders busts Israel status quo
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» Pope Francis Takes 12 Syrian Refugees Back From Greek Island – NBCNews.com
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NBCNews.com Pope Francis Takes 12 Syrian Refugees Back From Greek Island NBCNews.com Three Syrian refugee families flew to the Vatican with Pope Francis on Saturday following the pontiff’s brief but provocative visit to a Greek islan…

» Mets’ Jacob deGrom to Stay in Florida With Sick Newborn
16/04/16 13:44 from ABC News: ABCNews
New York Mets have placed right-hander Jacob deGrom on the family medical emergency medical list after newborn has complications

» Bahrain says police officer killed in gasoline bomb attack
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Bahrain says a police officer has been killed and two others were seriously wounded in a gasoline bomb attack in the tiny island kingdom.

» Los Angeles Body Camera Program Delayed by ‘Sticker Shock’
16/04/16 13:43 from ABC News: ABCNews
A $58 million plan to equip nearly every Los Angeles police officer with body cameras by the end of the year has been delayed by concerns over the price tag

» Firefighter shot dead while on call
16/04/16 13:41 from CNN.com
A firefighter was shot and killed, and a second one critically injured while responding to a medical call at a home in Maryland, authorities said.

» Does Cruz have a chance to win NY delegates?
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» Mets deactivate Jacob deGrom to attend to issue with newborn son – CBSSports.com
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CBSSports.com Mets deactivate Jacob deGrom to attend to issue with newborn son CBSSports.com Bad news from the world of the Mets on Saturday. Right-hander Jacob deGrom has been placed on the bereavement/medical emergency list due to an i…


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