A WORKER at a Scots nuclear power plant has been allegedly caught studying bomb-making websites at work.
The staff member was marched off the premises at Hunterston B, West Kilbride, this morning after a shocked colleague raised the alarm.
Police are now investigating the worker accessing “inappropriate material” while working at the nuclear facility.
(One wonders if the person who turned him in hasn’t been pilloried yet and if the muslim nuclear bomb researcher gets to stay in the guest bedroom at the White House)
2. Man negotiates with police in Melbourne siege
(I do not get this at all, even one bit at this time. Is it the Australian Muslim version of Leave it to Cleaver?)
Here he assaults the police with a sharpened bit of Mango
OK here is the explanation. He took over a Cafe with a cleaver and making demands, including “going back to his people”
3. Turkish police violently storm opposition Bugun TV station
More on this uptick in Erdogan jack booting of political opposition.
Vienna (AFP) – Austria said Wednesday it would build a fence along its border with fellow EU state Slovenia to “control” the migrant influx, in what would be the first barrier between two members of the passport-free Schengen zone.
A primary school has been slammed for allowing young Muslim pupils to walk out of assembly when the national anthem is played.
Pupils at Cranbourne Carlisle Primary School, south of Melbourne in Victoria, were given the opportunity to leave the hall in order to observe a religious month of mourning.
But the move has prompted a furious response from parents and politicians who criticised the ‘disgusting’ decision, saying all Australians should be ‘proud’ to sing the anthem.
Lorraine McCurdy, who has two grandchildren at the school, told 3AW that she ‘saw red’ when around 30 or 40 pupils got up and left the assembly during Advance Australia Fair.
Nearly 340 men, women and children, held captive by militant Islamist group Boko Haram have been rescued by the Nigerian Army.
The hostages, which included 192 children and 138 women, had been kept by the terrorists in their Sambisa Forest stronghold, near the border to Cameroon, the army said Wednesday.
Nigerian army troops also killed 30 suspected jihadists and seized a cache of arms and ammunition, in a number of raids carried out on Tuesday.
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8. THOUSANDS of UMIs arrive in camps in Slovenia
9. Bavarian PM gives Merkel deadline to close ‘open door’ for refugees (Rift in German govt. over this open door policy)
Thank you Blazing Cat Fur, M., Buck, Richard, dagawker and all and much more to come quite soon.