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Strippers converge on St. Louis to stop World Series human sex trafficking

At Busch Stadium in St. Louis, World Series fans will find a few strippers walking the streets, bearing an unexpected message. The front of the cards they hand out look like souvenir baseball cards. The back has contact information for the victims of sex trafficking to get help. About 75…

Law firm advises female attorneys not to squirm, giggle and to ‘practice hard words’

Whatever you do, female graduates of top law schools working at a major international law firm, don’t giggle, or tilt your head while talking, or let an audience see your skirt. These gems of wisdom are some of the advice given in a memo from Clifford Chase, a global law…

Peru’s UFO investigations office to be reopened

By Dan Collyns Peru’s air force is reopening an office responsible for investigating UFOs due to “increased sightings of anomalous aerial phenomena” in the country’s skies. The Department of Investigation of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena (DIFAA), first created in 2001, is being revived after lying formant for five years because more…

Israel fears Iran can produce 90% uranium ‘in weeks’

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that Iran is capable of converting low-grade uranium to weapons-grade within weeks. “Iran is prepared to give up enriching uranium to 20 percent and therefore debate on this subject is unimportant,” Netanyahu’s office quoted him as saying at a weekly meeting of…

Disabled man sets skydiving record over Mount Everest

A French multiple sclerosis sufferer Sunday became the first disabled person to skydive over Mount Everest, successfully completing his landing before being taken to hospital as a precaution. “I feel very happy. I am exhausted but very happy,” Marc Kopp said from a hospital bed in Kathmandu where doctors examined…

Wisconsin man brutally attacks Hebrew speakers for speaking ‘Spanish’

A Janesville, Wisconsin man was arrested early this morning after he viciously beat two men who were speaking Hebrew. At approximately 2:19 a.m. Saturday morning, Dylan T. Grall overheard two men on the street speaking Hebrew. He confronted them, demanding they speak English. Witnesses say Grall then proceeded to hit…

PRISM pushes Germany towards a local internet

PRISM pushes Germany towards a local internet (via The Inquirer) GERMANY IS REACTING with a big “nein danke” to reports of US surveillance and is considering building an internet that is confined within German borders. We already know that the country is ticked off and has been since whistleblower Edward…

Disabled Frenchman with multiple sclerosis makes record skydive over Mount Everest

A French multiple sclerosis sufferer Sunday became the first disabled person to skydive over Mount Everest, successfully completing his landing before being taken to hospital as a precaution. “I feel very happy. I am exhausted but very happy,” Marc Kopp said from a hospital bed in Kathmandu where doctors examined…

Iran calls for ‘terrorist’ rebels to be expelled from Syria

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told visiting UN-Arab League envoy Lakhdar Brahimi Sunday that part of a solution to the Syria crisis is to expel “terrorist groups” from that country, a report said. “Iran believes that by continuing humanitarian aid, preventing the entry (and) expelling terrorist groups from Syria and the…

Rep. Mike Rogers: France should be ‘popping champagne’ over NSA spying

US intelligence is better than in Europe, and snooping at the heart of a widening scandal helps keeps the world safe, a top US lawmaker declared Sunday amid a widening spying row. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers also suggested there was nothing surprising in revelations that the United States…

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