Greenwald ready to blow lid on NSA spying worldwide

NSA faces sweeping surveillance review as intelligence chiefs face hostile House
Lawmakers move forward with bill to rein in programs amid signs of a split between White House and intelligence community

U.K. may punish publication of NSA leaks
Via Reuters, British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday his government was likely to act to stop newspapers publishing what he called damaging leaks from former U.S. intelligence operative Edward Snowden unless they began to behave more responsibly.

Greenwald ready to blow lid on NSA spying worldwide

Spain summons U.S. ambassador over spying
Spain summoned the U.S. ambassador on Monday to discuss allegations of spying on Spanish citizens that it said could break the climate of trust between the two countries if proved true.

Spain warns US of breakdown in trust after new NSA revelations
White House struggles to contain diplomatic crisis after claim that NSA harvested 60m Spanish calls

Report: White House stopped phone tapping of foreign leaders this summer
The release of further allegations of National Security Agency surveillance efforts caused the Spanish government to summon the U.S. ambassador Monday, and The Wall Street Journal reported that the White House ordered a halt to some eavesdropping on foreign leaders after learning of it this summer.

NSA denies Obama knew of spying on German leader
The National Security Agency Sunday denied German media reports that President Obama was told in 2010 of NSA spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel and allowed it to continue.

White House OKd spying on allies, U.S. intelligence officials say
NSA and other U.S. intelligence agency staff members are said to be angry at President Obama for denying knowledge of the spying.

Carney: Obama has ‘full confidence’ in NSA director, staff

Embassy Espionage: The NSA’s Secret Spy Hub in Berlin

White House Will Stop Spying on Allies, Feinstein Says
Sen. Dianne Feinstein also said she expected that the White House would end all spying on leaders of allied countries. The moves follow revelations the U.S. has been spying on world leaders such as Germany’s Angela Merkel.

Hillary Clinton questions Cristina Kirchner’s mental health
Secret cable sent to US embassy in Argentina asks diplomats to find out how president handles stress

Pakistani Victims of CIA Drone Strike Travel to US to Bring Their Story to Americans

Apparent US Drone Strike Kills Two Somalis
Unconfirmed Reports Both Were ‘Rebel Leaders’

Iran says offers ideas to end rift with U.N. nuclear watchdog

Tokyo Sexwale: ANC demands US terrorist list apology
South Africa’s governing African National Congress (ANC) has demanded an apology after senior official Tokyo Sexwale was held at a US airport because he is on a terrorist watchlist.

Al-Shabaab rebuilds forces in Somalia as African Union campaign stalls
Extreme Islamist group is now ‘an extended hand of al-Qaida’, declares Somali president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud

Prosecutors want Kenyatta at full ICC trial
The Hague (AFP) – International Criminal Court prosecutors asked judges Monday to reverse a ruling allowing Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta to attend only parts of his trial, after a similar decision involving his deputy was overturned last week.

Royal Marines court martial hears Afghan was still alive when shot
Pathologist gives evidence to trial of three marines accused of murdering wounded prisoner in Afghanistan’s Helmand province

Author Max Blumenthal Offers Unfiltered View Into Israel’s Commitment to Ethnic Supremacy
In his new book, Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel, award-winning journalist Max Blumenthal goes deep inside Israeli society, offering a rare and unfiltered lens into the hideous implications of Israel’s commitment to Jewish supremacy.

Perpetual War
How Does the Global War on Terror Ever End?

Naomi Klein: How science is telling us all to revolt
Is our relentless quest for economic growth killing the planet? Climate scientists have seen the data – and they are coming to some incendiary conclusions.

Air strike kills 11 suspected Taliban militants in Afghanistan’s Kandahar
ELEVEN suspected Taliban militants were killed in an airstrike by the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Ghorak district in Afghanistan’s Nagarhar province on 17 October, Khaama Press reported.

Rebels conduct new chemical weapons attack in Syria near Turkish border – report

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