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  • Members of the terrorist organization Al-Nusra Front
    Syrian rebels toast civilians in ovens, murder families outside of Damascus
    The murder of innocent people continued in Syria as entire families were murdered last week. The atrocities happened about 12 miles northwest of Damascus and were committed by Jabhat al-Nusra and Liwa Al-Islam fighters.RT reports entire families...
  • Sarin gas controversy: who's responsible?
    Human rights report: Syrian rebels murder 190 civilians
    The Human Rights Watch has released a 113 page report detailing their findings on an attack in Latakia, Syria, resulting in almost 200 civilian casualties. According to the report, there were two Syrian rebel groups involved in the attack, which...
  • Al Qaeda forces in Syria
    Al Qaeda executes two young boys believed to support Assad
    Two young boys in Syria were executed by Al Qaeda rebels in Syria, for supporting Assad, after a prisoner exchange fell through. The two were forced to their knees and blindfolded as the charges against them were read, just before they were shot...
  • Vicksburg Courthouse
    A Rejected Independence Day
    A long told story addresses the river town of Vicksburg, Mississippi. A Confederate stronghold, Vicksburg surrendered to Union general Ulysses S. Grant's interminable siege on July 4, 1863. Independence Day would not be celebrated there for...
  • Military
    H.R. 748 would require all persons in the US 18-25 to perform 'national service'
    There has been speculation regarding President Obama’s “citizen army”. In 2008, President Obama made statements regarding a “civilian national security force”. Since that day, many have been curious as to what...
  • President Hamid Karzai
    Harming civilians is unjustifiable, says Karzai
    President Karzai stringly condemned the Israeli air strikes that have killed more than 30 people and wounded another 270. He called for an immediate end to that kind of violence, saying “Harming civilians is unjustifiable.”&ldquo...
  • Second Alarm Fire at Goodwill Store
    Second Alarm Fire at Goodwill Store
    Engine 26, Truck 27, Truck 5 Engine 1, Engine 22 and the district 4 chief was dispatched to the Goodwill store located at 7431 Airport Boulevard in west Mobile.The fire call came in on Wednesday February 8, 2012 around 9:00amWhen the first...
  • New York Subway System
    House committee passes "See Something, Say Something" lawsuit protection
    The House Judiciary Committee yesterday approved legislation to better protect citizens who report suspicious activity indicating possible terror activity.The See Something, Say Something Act (H.R. 963) expands protections against lawsuits for...
  • Pearl Harbor
    Austinites and Austin veterans celebrate Independence Day 2011
    The Star Spangled Banner (4th Verse) Oh! thus be it ever, when freemen shall standBetween their loved home and the war's desolation!Blest with victory and peace, may the heav'n rescued landPraise the Power that hath made and preserved us a...
  • Japanese Disasters
    Are U.S. first responders prepared for a Japanese disaster?
    In the wake of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Americans have looked for and found many opportunities to help during an emergencyin their communities.America’s first line of defense in anyman-made (terrorist attack) or natural ...
  • Candle suspect for Madar Street fire
    Candle suspect for Madar Street fire
    Local Mobile fire rescue fighters are alerted by 911 dispatchers of a house fire at 1270 St. Madar Street on Tuesday 2/22/2011 around 12:30am. When Fire units pulled up to the scene heavy smoke and fire could be seen coming from the residence....
  • Forty Killed in Cherry Valley Massacre in 1778
    Forty Killed in Cherry Valley Massacre in 1778
    Two-hundred and thirty-two years ago, on November 11, 1778, Seneca Indian and Loyalistforces attacked a village andfort in eastern New York State during the American Revolutionary War, killing more than40 soldiers and civilians in one ofhistory&...
  • We keep body parts
    Afghanistan: killing for sport
    The Epoch Times ran an article on July 12, 2010 which talked about the rise in Afghan civilian deaths, indicating that the last six months have been by far the deadliest.The Afghanistan Rights Monitor said that "that 1,074 civilians were...