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The full-scale exercise offers agencies and jurisdictions a way to test their plans and skills in a real-time, realistic environment and to gain the in-depth knowledge that only experience can provide. Participants will exercise prevention and information sharing functions that are critical to preventing terrorist attacks. 

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By Al Jazeera and Agencies,

The US secretary of state has condemned North Korea over its defiant threat to increase its nuclear activities, describing Pyongyang's continued provocations as "deeply regrettable." Hillary Clinton's made the comments on Saturday after after Pyongyang vowed to build more nuclear weapons and start enriching uranium in response to a unanimous UN Security Council vote imposing new on North Korea. "We intend to do all we can to prevent continued proliferation by the North Koreans," Clinton told reporters at Niagara Falls on the Canadian side of the border with the United States.

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Russia must keep at least 1,500 nuclear warheads after talks with the United States on a new arms treaty, Interfax news agency quoted the commander of Russia's Strategic Nuclear Forces.

If Moscow's final position reflects Colonel-General Nikolai Solovtsov's view, it would mean Russia is not willing to cut its stockpiles by more than a few hundred strategic warheads - far less than some arms control bodies had hoped.


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Hell on Earth is a North Korean "political offense village," where two U.S. journalists may wind up after being slapped Monday with 12 years' hard labor. The inhuman prison camps where Current TV journalists Laura Ling, whose sister is ex-"The View" star Lisa Ling, and Euna Lee may be sent are harvesters of horror in the black heart of the totalitarian regime's countryside, North Korean experts say.....

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In an interview with AOL, a Redflex rep was asked if a nationwide system of freeway speed cameras” was likely. The response: “I think, you know, take a look at western Europe, which is 10 to 15 years ahead of U.S. applications.” Western Europe is far ahead indeed. In fact, lets take a look at some recent news from Italy.

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Wikileaks has released 70 United Nations investigative reports classified “Strictly Confidential”. The reports expose matters from allegations of hundreds of European peace-keepers sexually abusing refugee girls to generals in Peru using Swiss bank accounts to engage in multi-million dollar frauds against the UN.  

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