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    • Negotiators of the North atlantic treaty country members talk together after finishing the draft of the treaty 18 march 1949 in Washington. The North Atlantic treaty was signed 04 April 1949 during an official ceremony in Washington creating the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
      Last update: 18:22 21.07.2017
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      My God, What Did We Do? 68 Years Since the US Senate Ratified NATO Treaty

      July 21 marks the 68th anniversary of the US Senate's ratification of the North Atlantic Treaty, NATO's founding document. Despite widespread concerns, the Treaty was passed by 82 votes to 13. While billed as an agreement that would "promote and preserve peace" its backers may be shocked at what NATO went to do and become.

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      Last update: 17:34 21.07.2017
      17:34 21.07.2017

      'Hypersonic Weapons Are Pushing Back the Prospect of a Nuclear Armageddon'

      The Russian military will start getting hypersonic weapons in just a few years. Washington is worried about this even though hypersonic weapons are pushing back the prospect of a nuclear Armageddon, a Sputnik contributor wrote.

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    • US Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly testifies at a House Appropriations Committee Homeland Security Subcommittee hearing on The Department of Homeland Security Fiscal Year 18 Budget Request on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, on May 24, 2017.
      Last update: 16:17 21.07.2017
      16:17 21.07.2017

      US DHS Chief Doesn't Know What New Airport Bomb Scanning Technology Actually Is

      The US Department of Homeland Security's controversial "laptop ban" on US-bound flights from ten Muslim-majority countries has been terminated. Instead, incoming laptops will be scanned via a newfangled technology known as "CT" – although DHS chief John Kelly seemingly doesn't know what the machinery actually is.

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      Last update: 19:22 21.07.2017
      19:22 21.07.2017

      US-Led Entrapment of AlphaBay Users Shows Dark Web Anonymity Is Illusory

      When AlphaBay a key dark web resource for the purchase and sale of guns, drugs and malware was shut down July 4, its users rapidly flocked to its immediate rival, Hansa Market. Little did the converts know, but authorities from seven countries had taken control of the site, laying a trap to catch vendors and customers alike.

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      Last update: 19:08 21.07.2017
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      Talented French Singer Electrocuted While Performing Barefoot on Stage

      Police in France have launched an investigation after a rising star of the music scene died in a tragic accident while performing barefoot on stage. Barbara Weldens, 35, is thought to have been electrocuted on Wednesday night (July 19).

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    • Chester Bennington of the band Linkin Park performs during the second day of the 2012 iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada September 22, 2012.
      Last update: 18:49 21.07.2017
      18:49 21.07.2017

      The World Submerges in Grief as Linkin Park's Bennington Dies

      Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington’s suicide has shaken the world. Broken-hearted fans and colleagues have sent their condolences to the singer’s family, bandmates and LP worldwide community.

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