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1. PDF Allocution of the Sovereign Grand Commander of the Supreme Council of the 33rd Degree EBook

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2. [PDF] Jubilee Year of the Supreme Council of Sovereign Grand Inspectors General of the 33rd

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3. Download Address of Ill John J. Gorman 33 Most Puissant Sovereign Grand Commander of the Supreme

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4. PDF 33rd Degree Sovereign Grand Inspector General or Supreme Council of the 33rd Degree Read Online

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5. What Will Happen to the Turkish Military?

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What Will Happen to the Turkish Military?

Just weeks ago, Commander Adem Huduti was inspecting Turkish troops on the Syrian border and being praised in the media for his role in the fight against Islamic State and Kurdish militants. Now, the head of Turkey's second army, responsible for its borders with Syria and Iraq, is in prison in Duzce, some 134 miles east of Istanbul, the most senior serving general arrested for suspected involvement in a failed military coup.


6. Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Conversation with the world-renowned Freemasons (A9TV, October 11th, 2012; 21:00)

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Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Conversation with the world-renowned Freemasons (A9TV, October 11th, 2012; 21:00)

  OKTAR BABUNA: Good evening our dear viewers, we are starting another episode of our program with our dear Master. Tonight we have very valuable guests. First I would like to introduce our guests to you. MR. Timothy Hogan.  He is the current Grand Commander, that is, the Grand Master of the Knights Templars. In other words, he is the current leader of The Sovereign Order of the Initiatic Temple [the Ordre Soverain du Temple Initiatique], the original Templars with a lineage that goes back to the 12th century.   Right beside him we have Mr. Wayne Arner. He is a 33 degree Mason in Colorado, US. He has been a Mason for more than 60 years. He leads many masonic affiliated structures in America and is the spiritual consultant of the Scottish Rite Denver Consistory Council. He is a member of 33 Degree Supreme Council and a Knight Commander of the Temple in the York Rite. Right beside him we have Mr. Trevor Stewart. He is the former provincial grand master from England. He is a prominent name in masonic history and an author on freemasonry. He is a very well-known 33 degree freemason. He is a lecturer at the United Kingdom Grand Lodge and the chief of the Main Research Lodge affiliated to this Grand Lodge. He was a master of many lodges including Quotuor Coronati Lodge. He is the spiritual and philosophic voice of British Grand Mason Lodge in many respects. He lectures worldwide and he is the leader of many private bodies in England. And right beside me we have Mr. Stephen Doan. He is the former grand master of the Grand Lodge of California and a 33 degree Mason. He is current consultant of the Jurisprudence Committee and vice chair of the Institute for Masonic Studies. He holds the Chevalier Degree and the Active DeMolay Legion of Honor Medal, and in 1992, he was elected a deputy member of the International Supreme Council. He is a member of many bodies like York Rite, the Royal Order of Scotland, Knight Masons, and Societas Rosicruciana. He is the former head of the Societas Rosicruciana. Welcome.. Master please you go on insha'Allah. ADNAN OKTAR: Well, you are all very much welcomed, you've brought joy. You've brought us honor and grace. TIMOTHY HOGAN: Thank you so much. The brethren who've been here before all sent their love to you. ADNAN OKTAR: Likewise to them all, we are also sending them our greetings and our love. Insha'Allah we clearly see from the portents that we will enter this beautiful age, this golden age in which the whole world will become brothers, in which peace will be settled terror and anarchy will go away and weapons will disappear with the freemasons and Templars collaborating with Muslims and Christians [and Jews].  As a matter of fact, even this meeting alone is a portent of this. Unprecedented things are happening, wondrous things are happening. As you know freemasonry is a secret organization, yet now good people, people who feel love, good Christians, good Muslims   [and good Jews] are all coming together and thus are taking the first step of this beautiful, pleasant age. Now please, let us take your opinions about this beautiful development first and then take the views of our other guests in turn. TIMOTHY HOGAN: You know, we strive as freemasons in particular to bring people together in peace and to build the Temple of peace, just as the Prophet Solomon (pbuh) strived for. And now we are living in a time where as a world we're coming together and if we can build that peace together then we can  build a beautiful world. Now is the time to do it. ADNAN OKTAR: Masha'Allah. STEPHEN DOAN: And I find among young people in America that there is a great interest in finding what unites us rather than what divides us, to try to find the commonality that we all share whether Christians, Muslims or Jews. And frankly I see a lot of that in Freemasonry. Freemasonry doesn't require that you belong to any particular religious belief and we try encourage that which unites and not that which divides. My own particular lodge for instance has Christian members, Jewish members and it has Muslim members. And we all unite together to find those things we have in common. WAYNE ARNER: We are a brotherhood of men and we hold no man to be above another. We all meet on the level. We are here tonight with you on the level. ADNAN OKTAR: Masha'Allah. TREVOR STEWART: Indeed. Quotuor Coronati Lodge is a special lodge in the world. It draws its membership very limited members from all over the world from all religious persuasions. So we have Jews, Muslims, we have Zoroastrians. And we even have Scottish people too.. ADNAN OKTAR: Astagfirullah.  This really is amazing, it really is sensational. In the End Times, just as we enter the seventh millennium, seeing these wondrous events starting to take place within this seventh millennium, seeing all the aforementioned portents taking place, seeing Allah bringing g


7. bilderberg-2016

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bilderberg-2016

Como ya hemos mencionado en otras ocasiones, incluso antes de que los grandes medios se atreviesen a hablar por primera vez de esta iniciativa, el Bilderberg Group fue fundado en 1954 por Joseph Retinger, fundador del Movimiento Europeo, antecedente directo de la Unión Europea, y el príncipe Bernardo de Holanda, con el supuesto fin de fomentar el entendimiento y fortalecer los lazos entre Europa y Estados Unidos. El grupo tomó su nombre del Hotel de Bilderberg, lugar donde se celebró la primera reunión (que en alemán significa “la montaña de la construcción”, en una franca alusión masónica. invitados: 2016 CHAIRMAN Castries, Henri de (FRA), Chairman and CEO, AXA Group  Aboutaleb, Ahmed (NLD), Mayor, City of Rotterdam Achleitner, Paul M. (DEU), Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank AG Agius, Marcus (GBR), Chairman, PA Consulting Group Ahrenkiel, Thomas (DNK), Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Defence Albuquerque, Maria Luís (PRT), Former Minister of Finance; MP, Social Democratic Party Alierta, César (ESP), Executive Chairman and CEO, Telefónica Altman, Roger C. (USA), Executive Chairman, Evercore Altman, Sam (USA), President, Y Combinator Andersson, Magdalena (SWE), Minister of Finance Applebaum, Anne (USA), Columnist Washington Post; Director of the Transitions Forum, Legatum Institute Apunen, Matti (FIN), Director, Finnish Business and Policy Forum EVA Aydin-Düzgit, Senem (TUR), Associate Professor and Jean Monnet Chair, Istanbul Bilgi University Barbizet, Patricia (FRA), CEO, Artemis Barroso, José M. Durão (PRT), Former President of the European Commission Baverez, Nicolas (FRA), Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher Bengio, Yoshua (CAN), Professor in Computer Science and Operations Research, University of Montreal Benko, René (AUT), Founder and Chairman of the Advisory Board, SIGNA Holding GmbH Bernabè, Franco (ITA), Chairman, CartaSi S.p.A. Beurden, Ben van (NLD), CEO, Royal Dutch Shell plc Blanchard, Olivier (FRA), Fred Bergsten Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute Botín, Ana P. (ESP), Executive Chairman, Banco Santander Brandtzæg, Svein Richard (NOR), President and CEO, Norsk Hydro ASA Breedlove, Philip M. (INT), Former Supreme Allied Commander Europe Brende, Børge (NOR), Minister of Foreign Affairs Burns, William J. (USA), President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Cebrián, Juan Luis (ESP), Executive Chairman, PRISA and El País Charpentier, Emmanuelle (FRA), Director, Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology Coeuré, Benoît (INT), Member of the Executive Board, European Central Bank Costamagna, Claudio (ITA), Chairman, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti S.p.A. Cote, David M. (USA), Chairman and CEO, Honeywell Cryan, John (DEU), CEO, Deutsche Bank AG Dassù, Marta (ITA), Senior Director, European Affairs, Aspen Institute Dijksma, Sharon A.M. (NLD), Minister for the Environment Döpfner, Mathias (DEU), CEO, Axel Springer SE Dyvig, Christian (DNK), Chairman, Kompan Ebeling, Thomas (DEU), CEO, ProSiebenSat.1 Elkann, John (ITA), Chairman and CEO, EXOR; Chairman, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Enders, Thomas (DEU), CEO, Airbus Group Engel, Richard (USA), Chief Foreign Correspondent, NBC News Fabius, Laurent (FRA), President, Constitutional Council Federspiel, Ulrik (DNK), Group Executive, Haldor Topsøe A/S Ferguson, Jr., Roger W. (USA), President and CEO, TIAA Ferguson, Niall (USA), Professor of History, Harvard University Flint, Douglas J. (GBR), Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings plc Garicano, Luis (ESP), Professor of Economics, LSE; Senior Advisor to Ciudadanos Georgieva, Kristalina (INT), Vice President, European Commission Gernelle, Etienne (FRA), Editorial Director, Le Point Gomes da Silva, Carlos (PRT), Vice Chairman and CEO, Galp Energia Goodman, Helen (GBR), MP, Labour Party Goulard, Sylvie (INT), Member of the European Parliament Graham, Lindsey (USA), Senator Grillo, Ulrich (DEU), Chairman, Grillo-Werke AG; President, Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie Gruber, Lilli (ITA), Editor-in-Chief and Anchor “Otto e mezzo”, La7 TV Hadfield, Chris (CAN), Colonel, Astronaut Halberstadt, Victor (NLD), Professor of Economics, Leiden University Harding, Dido (GBR), CEO, TalkTalk Telecom Group plc Hassabis, Demis (GBR), Co-Founder and CEO, DeepMind Hobson, Mellody (USA), President, Ariel Investment, LLC Hoffman, Reid (USA), Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, LinkedIn Höttges, Timotheus (DEU), CEO, Deutsche Telekom AG Jacobs, Kenneth M. (USA), Chairman and CEO, Lazard Jäkel, Julia (DEU), CEO, Gruner + Jahr Johnson, James A. (USA), Chairman, Johnson Capital Partners Jonsson, Conni (SWE), Founder and Chairman, EQT Jordan, Jr., Vernon E. (USA), Senior Managing Director, Lazard Frères & Co. LLC Kaeser, Joe (DEU), President and CEO, Siemens AG Karp, Alex (USA), CEO, Palantir Technologies Kengeter, Carsten (DEU), CEO, Deutsche Börse AG Kerr, John (GBR), Deputy Chairman, Scottish Power Kherbache, Yasmine (BEL), MP, Flemish Parliament Kissinger, Henry A. (USA), Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc. Kleinfeld, Klaus (USA),


8. NATO Commander says Russia has changed paradigm in Europe

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NATO Commander says Russia has changed paradigm in Europe

TV AND WEB RESTRICTIONS~****~ NATO's top military commander says the world must adjust to a major paradigm change with Russia. SOUNDBITE: GENERAL PHILLIP BREEDLOVE, SUPREME ALLIED COMMANDER EUROPE (SACEUR) OF NATO ALLIED COMMAND OPERATIONS SAYING: "For the past ten to twelve years, we have been looking at Russia as a partner and we have been making force decision, force size decisions, placement decisions all based on the fact that Russia was a partner. Across the last two months, it's been very clear that they have not been acting like a partner and now we have to re-evaluate." The evidence, says Breedlove, is impossible to ignore. SOUNDBITE: GENERAL PHILLIP BREEDLOVE, SUPREME ALLIED COMMANDER EUROPE (SACEUR) OF NATO ALLIED COMMAND OPERATIONS SAYING: "What does it mean that we have seen a nation amass this incredible force on a border, cross an internationally recognized border and forcibly annex part of a sovereign nation? That changes the paradigm


9. Norway travel guide

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Norway travel guide

Norway travel guide: Norway (/ˈnɔːrweɪ/ NAWR-way; Norwegian: Norge (Bokmål) or Noreg (Nynorsk)), officially the Kingdom of Norway, is a sovereign and unitary monarchy whose territory comprises the western portion of the Scandinavian Peninsula plus the island Jan Mayen and the archipelago of Svalbard. The Antarctic Peter I Island and the sub-Antarctic Bouvet Island are dependent territories and thus not considered part of the Kingdom. Norway also lays claim to a section of Antarctica known as Queen Maud Land. Until 1814, the kingdom included the Faroe Islands (since 1035), Greenland (1261), and Iceland (1262). It also included Isle of Man until 1266, Shetland and Orkney until 1468, and the following provinces, now in Sweden: Jämtland, Härjedalen and Bohuslän. Norway travel guide informed you, Norway has a total area of 385,252 square kilometres (148,747 sq mi) and a population of 5,258,317 (as of January 2017).The country shares a long eastern border with Sweden (1,619 km or 1,006 mi long). Norway is bordered by Finland and Russia to the north-east, and the Skagerrak Strait to the south, with Denmark on the other side. Norway has an extensive coastline, facing the North Atlantic Ocean and the Barents Sea. King Harald V of the Dano-German House of Glücksburg is the current King of Norway. Erna Solberg became Prime Minister in 2013, replacing Jens Stoltenberg. A constitutional monarchy, Norway divides state power between the Parliament, the Cabinet and the Supreme Court, as determined by the 1814 Constitution. The kingdom is established as a merger of several petty kingdoms. By the traditional count from the year 872, the kingdom has existed continuously for 1,144 years and the list of Norwegian monarchs includes over sixty kings and earls. Norway travel guide also informed you that Norway has both administrative and political subdivisions on two levels: counties and municipalities. The Sámi people have a certain amount of self-determination and influence over traditional territories through the Sámi Parliament and the Finnmark Act. Norway maintains close ties with the European Union and the United States. Norway is a founding member of the United Nations, NATO, the Council of Europe, the Antarctic Treaty and the Nordic Council; a member of the European Economic Area, the WTO and the OECD; and is also a part of the Schengen Area. Norway travel guide informed you that the country maintains a combination of market economy and a Nordic welfare model with universal health care and a comprehensive social security system. Norway has extensive reserves of petroleum, natural gas, minerals, lumber, seafood, fresh water and hydropower. The petroleum industry accounts for around a quarter of the country's gross domestic product (GDP).On a per-capita basis, Norway is the world's largest producer of oil and natural gas outside the Middle East. Norway travel guide is also informing you that the country has the fourth-highest per capita income in the world on the World Bank and IMF lists. On the CIA's GDP (PPP) per capita list (2015 estimate) which includes territories and some regions, Norway ranks as number eleven. From 2001 to 2006,and then again from 2009 to 2017, Norway had the highest Human Development Index ranking in the world. It also has the highest inequality-adjusted ranking. Norway ranks first on the World Happiness Report, the OECD Better Life Index, the Index of Public Integrity and the Democracy Index. If you like the video of Norway travel guide, please like and share this video and subscribe our channel ‘Tremendous World’


10. Zgjedhjet serbe ne Kosovë - Vizion Plus - News - Lajme

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Zgjedhjet serbe ne Kosovë - Vizion Plus - News - Lajme

Edhe pse ende nuk është shprehur zyrtarisht, Bashkimi Evropian e ka cilësuar në kundërshtim me detyrimet ndërkombëtare të Serbisë, vendimin e kësaj të fundit për mbajtjen e zgjedhjeve lokale edhe në Kosovë. Një zyrtar i BE, i cituar nga "Radio Evropa e Lirë", ka thënë nga Brukseli, se shpallja e zgjedhjeve në Kosovë nuk është në përputhje me rezolutën 12 44 të Këshillit të Sigurimit të OKB-së. Zyrtari ka pohuar se BE nuk priste që Serbia të shpallte zgjedhje edhe për territorin e Kosovës dhe se një vendim i tillë ishte befasues. Ndërkohë, komandanti i KFOR-it Erhard Drews ka deklaruar se këtij misioni paqeruajtës nuk i intereson mbajtja e zgjedhjeve lokale serbe në Kosovë dhe se nuk merret me këtë çështje. Pas njoftimit të mbajtjes së zgjedhjeve serbe në Kosovë ka reaguar edhe Tirana zyrtare. Ministria e Jashtme, në një njoftim në faqen zyrtare, shprehet se vendimi i Beogradit për të mbajtur zgjedhjet edhe në disa komuna të Kosovës është i paligjshëm dhe i të papranueshëm, pasi cenon integritetin e një vendi fqinj sovran. Although not officially stated, the European Union has ruled contrary to Serbia's international obligations, the latter's decision to hold local elections in Kosovo. An EU official, quoted by "Radio Free Europe", said from Brussels, the announcement of elections in Kosovo is not in accordance with Resolution 12 44 Security Council of UN. Officer has confirmed that the EU expects Serbia to declare elections for Kosovo and that such decision was astounding. Meanwhile, KFOR Commander Erhard DREWS stated that this peacekeeping mission does not concern the Serbian municipal elections in Kosovo and that does not deal with this issue. Upon notification of the Serbian elections in Kosovo reacted official Tirana. Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in a statement on the official website, said that Belgrade's decision to hold elections in several municipalities in Kosovo is illegal and unacceptable, because compromises the integrity of a sovereign neighboring country.


11. Cardinal Burke to be demoted by Pope Francis

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Cardinal Burke to be demoted by Pope Francis

An American cardinal, who is critical of Pope’s soft stance on homosexuality, is being removed from his post. Cardinal Raymond Burke has confirmed that Pope Francis is planning to demote him as the head of the Vatican’s Supreme Court. Burke is to be appointed to a very lower position to lead the sovereign military of Malta. His ouster has been decided during a council in the Vatican where Pope Francis tries to introduce possible reforms to Church teachings on social issues. The Synod has said in a report that homosexuals have gifts and qualities to offer to Church. Burke was a staunch critic of the idea in that meeting. Pope Francis is under fire for being more relaxed about homosexuality than his predecessors.


12. FUTURE TECHNOLOGY aircraft for Nato British Armed Forces

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FUTURE TECHNOLOGY aircraft for Nato British Armed Forces

Future Stealth aircraft for nato. Her Majestys Armed Forces, commonly known as the British Armed Forces, and occasionally the Armed Forces of the Crown, are the armed forces of the United Kingdom. The Armed Forces consists of three professional uniformed services: the Royal Navy and Royal Marine Corps, forming the Naval Service, the British Army and the Royal Air Force.[5][6]\rThe Commander-in-Chief of Her Majestys Armed Forces is the British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, to whom members of the forces swear allegiance.[1] Under British constitutional law, the armed forces are subordinate to the Crown. However under the 1689 Bill of Rights no standing army may be maintained during time of peace without the consent of Parliament; Parliament gives this consent every five years by passing an Armed Forces Act.[7] The armed forces are managed by the Defence Council of the Ministry of Defence, headed by the Secretary of State for Defence.\rThe British Armed Forces are charged with protecting the United Kingdom, its overseas territories and Crown Dependencies, as well as promoting Britains wider security interests, and supporting international peacekeeping efforts.[8] They are active and regular participants in NATO and other coalition operations. Britain is also party to the Five Power Defence Arrangements. Recent operations have included wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the 2000 intervention in Sierra Leone, peacekeeping responsibilities in the Balkans and Cyprus, and participation in the UN-mandated no-fly zone over Libya. Overseas garrisons and facilities are maintained at Ascension Island, Belize, Brunei, Canada, Diego Garcia, the Falkland Islands, Germany, Gibraltar, Kenya, Qatar and the Sovereign Base Areas (Cyprus).[9][10]\rThe United Kingdom tested its first nuclear weapon under Operation Hurricane in 1952, becoming the third nation in the world to achieve the status of a nuclear power. As of 2012, Britain remains one of five recognised nuclear powers, with a total of 225 nuclear warheads. Of those, no more than 160 are deployed and active. Its nuclear deterrence system is based on Trident missiles onboard nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines.\r\rRecent history[edit]\rFour major reviews of the British Armed Forces have been conducted since the end of the Cold War. All three services experienced considerable reductions in manpower, equipment, and infrastructure during this period[28] while re-structuring to deliver a greater focus on expeditionary warfare.\rThe Conservative government produced the Options for Change review in the 1990s, seeking to benefit from a perceived post--Cold War peace dividend.[29] Though the Soviet Union had disintegrated, a presence in Germany was retained in the reduced form of British Forces Germany. Experiences during the First Gulf War prompted renewed efforts to enhance joint operational cohesion and efficiency among the services by establishing a Permanent Joint Headquarters in 1996.[30][31]\rAn increasingly international role for the British Armed Forces was pursued since the Cold Wars end.[32] This entailed the Armed Forces often constituting a major component in peacekeeping missions under the auspices of the United Nations or NATO, and other multinational operations. Consistent under-manning and the reduced size of the Armed Forces highlighted the problem of overstretch during the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.[33] This reportedly contributed to personnel retention difficulties and challenged the militarys ability to sustain its overseas commitments.[33][34][35]\rA Strategic Defence Review (SDR)—described as foreign-policy-led—was published in 1998.[36][37] Expeditionary warfare and tri-service integration were central to the review, which sought to improve efficiency and reduce expenditure by consolidating resources.[38][39] Most of the Armed Forces helicopters were collected under a single command and a Joint Force Harrier was established in 2000, containing the Navy and RAFs fleet of Harrier Jump Jets. A Joint Rapid Reaction Force was formed in 1999, with significant tri-service resources at its disposal.[40]\r\rThe first major post-11 September restructuring was announced in the 2004 Delivering Security in a Changing World: Future Capabilities review, continuing a vision of mobility and expeditionary warfare articulated in the SDR.[41][42] Future equipment projects reflecting this direction featured in the review, including the procurement of two large aircraft carriers and a series of medium-sized vehicles for the Army. Reductions in manpower, equipment, and infrastructure were also announced. The decision to reduce the Armys regular infantry to 36 battalions (from 40) and amalgamate the remaining single-battalion regiments was controversia


13. Top Pakistani Taliban commander ambushed and killed in North Waziristan

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Top Pakistani Taliban commander ambushed and killed in North Waziristan

Originally published on February 25, 2014 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ A major figure in the Pakistani Taliban was killed on Monday (February 24). Asmatullah Shaheen, who sat on the Pakistani Taliban's executive council, was killed February 24 in a town in North Waziristan, a tribal region in Pakistan considered a Taliban stronghold. The top Taliban commander was driving through a rural village in North Waziristan, when his vehicle was ambushed and fired on by unknown assailants. Asmatullah Shaheen and two aides travelling with him were killed. No group has claimed responsibility. There have been reports of recent infighting among Taliban factions, but the BBC reports that Pakistan's shadowy intelligence services maintains a network in the tribal regions, and their involvement in the assassination cannot be ruled out. Al-jazeera news reports that Shaheen was the chairman of the Pakistani Taliban supreme council for two years. He was appointed the group's chief after charismatic leader Hakeemullah Mehsud was killed in a U.S. drone strike in 2013. Shaheen was wanted by Pakistan and the U.S. and the Pakistan government had a 10 million rupee (US$95,000) bounty on his head. The terrorist commander is said to have been the man who ordered a suicide attack on a Shia Muslim procession in Karachi in December 2009, which killed at least 43 people and wounded more than 100. Shaheen is also alleged to have been the mastermind of a daring December 2011 raid during which his fighters kidnapped more than a dozen Pakistani Frontier Corps security forces, most of whom were later killed. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Check out our official website: http://us.tomonews.net/ For news that's fun and never boring, visit our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TomoNewsUS Subscribe to stay updated on all the top stories: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsUS Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://gplus.to/TomoNewsUS Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus


14. Turkish military council keeps armed forces chief in his post

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Turkish military council keeps armed forces chief in his post

Turkey's top military council decided on Thursday (July 28) to keep the head of the armed forces, General Hulusi Akar, in his post and made few changes to the top brass after this month's failed military coup, President Tayyip Erdogan's spokesman said. The announcement to reporters, by spokesman Ibrahim Kalin, came a day after the military dishonourably discharged nearly 1,700 personnel for their alleged role in the July 15-16 putsch in which a faction of the armed forces tried to topple Erdogan. The meeting of Turkey's Supreme Military Council (YAS) which lasted five hours was chaired by Prime Minister Binali Yildirim. After the meeting, Erdogan approved the council's decisions to keep armed forces chief Hulusi Akar and the army, navy and air force commanders in their posts, making few changes to the top brass, Erdogan's spokesman Ibrahim Kalin told reporters. Erdogan, who narrowly escaped capture and possible death on the night of the coup, told Reuters in an interview last week that the military, NATO'S second biggest, needed "fresh blood". The dishonourable discharges included around 40 percent of Turkey's admirals and generals. Turkey accuses U.S.-based Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen of masterminding the coup and has suspended or placed under investigation tens of thousands of his suspected followers, including soldiers, judges and academics. Gulen has condemned the coup and denies any involvement.


15. Top Pakistani Taliban commander ambushed and killed in North Waziristan

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Top Pakistani Taliban commander ambushed and killed in North Waziristan

Originally published on February 25, 2014 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ A major figure in the Pakistani Taliban was killed on Monday (February 24). Asmatullah Shaheen, who sat on the Pakistani Taliban's executive council, was killed February 24 in a town in North Waziristan, a tribal region in Pakistan considered a Taliban stronghold. The top Taliban commander was driving through a rural village in North Waziristan, when his vehicle was ambushed and fired on by unknown assailants. Asmatullah Shaheen and two aides travelling with him were killed. No group has claimed responsibility. There have been reports of recent infighting among Taliban factions, but the BBC reports that Pakistan's shadowy intelligence services maintains a network in the tribal regions, and their involvement in the assassination cannot be ruled out. Al-jazeera news reports that Shaheen was the chairman of the Pakistani Taliban supreme council for two years. He was appointed the group's chief after charismatic leader Hakeemullah Mehsud was killed in a U.S. drone strike in 2013. Shaheen was wanted by Pakistan and the U.S. and the Pakistan government had a 10 million rupee (US$95,000) bounty on his head. The terrorist commander is said to have been the man who ordered a suicide attack on a Shia Muslim procession in Karachi in December 2009, which killed at least 43 people and wounded more than 100. Shaheen is also alleged to have been the mastermind of a daring December 2011 raid during which his fighters kidnapped more than a dozen Pakistani Frontier Corps security forces, most of whom were later killed. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe no


16. Several protesters killed, dozens injured in Egypt crackdown

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Several protesters killed, dozens injured in Egypt crackdown

Egyptian security forces have once again attacked anti-government protesters joining rallies in several cities, killing four protesters. Dozens of others were injured as security forces fired tear gas and shots at protesters in the capital Cairo, Alexandria and the canal city of Suez. Several demonstrators were also wounded when thugs attacked supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi in the northern city of Damietta. The clashes erupted when anti-government protesters joined rallies after Friday prayers to denounce plans by Defense Minister Abdul Fatah Sisi to run for president. They are also angry over a presidential law issued on Thursday that installs the defense minister as the supreme commander of the military council. Egypt has been the scene of weekly protests since the country’s first democratically- elected president was ousted last July.


17. Egypt's Miiltary Puts Commander Forward For President

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Egypt's Miiltary Puts Commander Forward For President

Egypt's top military council said its commander Abdel Fattah al-Sisi should heed calls to stand in a presidential election. The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces said in a statement "the people's trust in Sisi is a call that must be heeded as the free choice of the people". To his supporters, he is the best option for ending three years of instability following the 2011 uprising that forced out autocratic president Hosni Mubarak, another former military officer.


18. The Newshour Debate: Minister embarrasses Govt? - 1

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The Newshour Debate: Minister embarrasses Govt? - 1

The Government on Wednesday (June 11) asserted that the appointment of Lt. General Dalbir Singh Suhag as next Army Chief is final as opposition Congress raked up a controversy involving minister and former Army Chief Gen V. K. Singh and demanded his resignation. "As far as government is concerned, appointment (of Lt. General Suhag as Army Chief) is final and government stands by it," Defence Minister Arun Jaitley said in the Rajya Sabha. His statement came when senior Congress leader Anand Sharma raised the issue of certain tweet messages against Army Chief-designate by Gen Singh, Minister for Development of Northeast Region and MoS for External Affairs. Jaitley said the previous UPA government had made the appointment few weeks ago and it is a practice that "we keep" some issues outside the "realm of inter-party politics". He said the matter should not be raised directly or indirectly. Earlier, Sharma raised the issues of tweets and demanded Gen Singh's removal from the Council of Ministers saying the matter was "very serious" and the comments by a minister do not "augur well". The issue was raked up against the backdrop of Defence Ministry telling the Supreme Court in a recent affidavit that the decision of Gen Singh, then Army Chief, to impose a promotion ban on Suhag, then 3 Corps Commander, was "illegal and premeditated". Soon after the matter came to light, Gen Singh alleged that the "Defence Ministry affidavit is the same as it gave to Armed Forces Tribunal under protective and conniving UPA". He also justified his decision to impose a Discipline and Vigilance (DV) ban on Lt Gen Suhag saying, "If unit kills innocents, does dacoity and then head of organisation tries to protect them, should he not be blamed? Criminals should go free!!."


19. The Newshour Debate: Minister embarrasses Govt? - 2

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The Newshour Debate: Minister embarrasses Govt? - 2

The Government on Wednesday (June 11) asserted that the appointment of Lt. General Dalbir Singh Suhag as next Army Chief is final as opposition Congress raked up a controversy involving minister and former Army Chief Gen V. K. Singh and demanded his resignation. "As far as government is concerned, appointment (of Lt. General Suhag as Army Chief) is final and government stands by it," Defence Minister Arun Jaitley said in the Rajya Sabha. His statement came when senior Congress leader Anand Sharma raised the issue of certain tweet messages against Army Chief-designate by Gen Singh, Minister for Development of Northeast Region and MoS for External Affairs. Jaitley said the previous UPA government had made the appointment few weeks ago and it is a practice that "we keep" some issues outside the "realm of inter-party politics". He said the matter should not be raised directly or indirectly. Earlier, Sharma raised the issues of tweets and demanded Gen Singh's removal from the Council of Ministers saying the matter was "very serious" and the comments by a minister do not "augur well". The issue was raked up against the backdrop of Defence Ministry telling the Supreme Court in a recent affidavit that the decision of Gen Singh, then Army Chief, to impose a promotion ban on Suhag, then 3 Corps Commander, was "illegal and premeditated". Soon after the matter came to light, Gen Singh alleged that the "Defence Ministry affidavit is the same as it gave to Armed Forces Tribunal under protective and conniving UPA". He also justified his decision to impose a Discipline and Vigilance (DV) ban on Lt Gen Suhag saying, "If unit kills innocents, does dacoity and then head of organisation tries to protect them, should he not be blamed? Criminals should go free!!."


20. Egypt's military hands over power to President Mursi in military ceremony

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Egypt's military hands over power to President Mursi in military ceremony

A few hours after Egypt's new president Mohamed Mursi is sworn into office he attends a military ceremony in Cairo. The military council under Field Marshall Hussein Tantawi have ruled the most populous Arab state since Hosni Mubarak's overthrow in February 2011. The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces has guided a chaotic and sometimes bloody transition since Mubarak's overthrow At the ceremony the military hands over power. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) EGYPTIAN PRESIDENT, MOHAMED MURSI, SAYING: "Today, the Egyptian people, the Arab and Islamic world and the whole world are witnessing a-never before seen, unique, model of how power is transferred from the Egyptian armed forces -- by the will of the Egyptian people -- to an elected, civilian power." An army decree on June 17 clipped presidential powers, denying the head of state his role as supreme commander of the armed forces with the right to decide on war and peace. It also gave the military legislative powers until a new parliament is elected, as well as veto rights over the writing of a new constitution. Deborah Lutterbeck, Reuters