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March 2017

Black Soul Science > 2017 > March (Page 42)

World's fastest police car can go 253 mph

[ad_1] Nowhere else in the world is that police car likely to be a Bugatti Veyron, Ferrarri FF or Lamborghini Aventador.This is Dubai, where the police force has just been presented with a certificate by Guinness World Records for having the world's fastest police car in service -- a Bugatti Veyron -- just one of its 14-strong fleet of supercars.A fleet of luxury supercars may sound outlandish, but it fits perfectly with the ethos of Dubai.In a city where to turn heads your Bentley or Rolls Royce needs to be wrapped in gold, it seems normal for the police force...

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France: Battle for key ISIS bastion to start soon

[ad_1] "France has always said that Raqqa was a major objective," Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on French TV outlet CNews."Today, one can say that Raqqa is encircled, that the battle for Raqqa will start in the coming days. It will be a very hard battle, but a battle that is going to be of utmost importance."The northern city was the first major city captured by ISIS, with its forces in full control by early 2014. Raqqa is the extremist group's operational command headquarters. It is now largely surrounded, its main supply routes cut off by advancing forces. US-backed...

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Westminster attack timeline: How rampage unfolded

[ad_1] Around 2:40 p.m. - Attacker strikesThe assailant drives a vehicle over Westminster Bridge into a crowd, injuring dozens, including three police officers.The car drives on and crashes into perimeter railings surrounding the Houses of Parliament.Attacker runs around the corner, approximately 50 meters, then through Parliament's gates, where he stabs an unarmed policeman.Police open fire on attacker, who is shot dead.London Ambulance Service receives reports of an incident on Westminster Bridge.2:46 p.m. - Emergency responseFirst ambulance crew arrives at the scene. Prime Minister Theresa May is evacuated from Parliament around the same time.2:47 p.m. - House of Commons is informed...

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ISIS has mastered the art of creating lone wolves

[ad_1] Story highlightsLondon attacker named as Khalid Masood, a 52-year-old Brit Masood thought to be lone wolf, but ISIS took responsibility for the attack At the same time, a tweet from ISIS shows the group is taking responsibility for the incident, referring to Masood, though not by name, as a "soldier of Islamic state."How can both be true? ISIS may be losing money and losing ground in some of its biggest strongholds, but they have one powerful, unpredictable weapon: Social media. With the rise of online or remote radicalization, would-be extremists don't ever need to make contact with ISIS...

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Clinton gives impassioned eulogy at McGuinness funeral

[ad_1] Clinton told the hundreds of people who packed St. Columba's Church in Derry's historic Bogside neighborhood to honor McGuinness by finishing his work to help bring peace to Northern Ireland.McGuinness died Monday night after a short illness, according to the Sinn Fein party. He was 66. McGuinness became Sinn Fein's chief negotiator during the Northern Ireland peace process, working with Clinton on the 1998 Good Friday Agreement. Speaking of McGuinness' transformation from onetime republican terrorist to peacemaker, Clinton said, "Somewhere along the way, for whatever reason, he decided to give peace a chance. Some of the reasons were principled,...

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Putin meets French far-right candidate Marine Le Pen at Kremlin

[ad_1] Story highlightsFrench far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has sought closer ties with RussiaVladimir Putin spokesman: Russia isn't trying to influence upcoming French electionPutin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, told reporters that Russia was not seeking to influence the upcoming French election but had the right to communicate with French politicians. Russia had no intention of "interfering in anyone's internal business or electoral processes," Peskov said. In turn, Le Pen, leader of France's far-right National Front party, criticized European Union sanctions against Russia, calling them "unfair and silly," Tass reported. Le Pen told the speaker of Russia's lower house of...

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Southern Lights put on show for passengers on special flight

[ad_1] Story highlightsPassengers on a chartered flight got a unique look at the 'Southern Lights'It was the first-ever chartered flight to see the Aurora AustralisThe so-called "Flight to the Lights" left from Dunedin, New Zealand, Thursday night, and after a few hours of chasing the Aurora Australis, returned early Friday morning.Brad Phipps, one of the passengers on board, shared a photo from the flight on Facebook showcasing the lights from his seat window, adjacent to one of the plane's wings. "Just woken up from a truly amazing experience. A flight to the Antarctic Circle to witness the aurora, and she...

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North Korea ready to conduct nuclear test, US officials say

[ad_1] Recent satellite imagery indicates a potentially significant change at the Punggye-ri test site, the officials said. For weeks, satellites had observed extensive activity on the surface, including vehicles, personnel and equipment, as well as two tunnel entrances being dug out.But the most recent imagery shows that activity has now stopped. That is a similar change in the pattern of activity just before previous tests, indicating all final preparations are now complete, officials said.The South Korean government issued a statement Friday saying a test can happen as soon as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un orders it."It is assessed that...

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London attack police officer pictured hours before death

[ad_1] Curious about the police officer standing guard outside the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, Martin asked for a photograph with him. Soon after, the area would be engulfed in horror, and Keith Palmer, the 48-year-old police officer who smiled politely for her photograph would be dead.Martin, who is from West Palm Beach, Florida, traveled to London to visit her son who is studying abroad. While taking a tour of the city, her son showed her Parliament. Martin spotted an officer and was intrigued by his hat, so she asked to take a photo."I asked the officer if a photo...

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