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A new Canadian law has infuriated liberty-lovers because it allows police to perform intoxication tests in people’s homes.
After fighting against the very practice, one of Greenpeace’s ‘rainbow warrior’ boats was scrapped on a beaching year in Bangladesh, releasing numerous toxins.
The public is not allowed to know who was driving an SUV that appeared to stop, then accelerate and run over a group of pedestrians on Christmas Eve, despite the fact that the attacker has been apprehended.
Video and images of EU labeled armored vehicles have caused a firestorm on social media, as French unrest resulted in over 1,400 arrests and countless bloody beatings.
A group headed by former Stasi informant Annette Kahane has distributed a booklet to day care workers, instructing them to look for ‘parent Nazis’ by reporting girls with braided hair and athletic boys.
Parliament has released a set of Facebook documents that demonstrate exactly how the company planned to continue to monitor users.
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