They say the Golden Age of air travel is over. But if your anxiety is assuaged by the soothing bleats of an emotional support goat, now is a magical time to fly. Ever since the 1986 Air Carrier Access Act was passed to let seeing-eye dogs on planes, the definition of what constitutes a helping animal has stretched to a point where miniature horses and capuchin monkeys are permitted to fly. All you need is a doctor's note, a service animal registration ($64.95 online, vests and buttons included) and a critter that fits on your lap or inside your row. Cost for a therapy pet... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Following the Panama Papers, Putin only dropped 7% in Russian favorability polls, but in a surprise move he has just reorganized (eliminating some) Russian security services into a "National Guard" under himself, alone.
>With the price of oil having dropped by almost $100 per barrel and the economy shrinking, the Kremlin had to come up with a plant to prevent or control public anger. “There are two ways to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>"In calling for a national guard, and appointing Zolotov as its commander, Putin could be fortifying his administration against the threat of a coup," it said. "This may suggest that the Russian president doubts whether other security forces, the FSB, Interior Ministry troops or even the military would remain loyal to him in the event... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>38488 >>38518 >Hybrid vehicle Although I'm happy she was found, it sounds like she walked very far away from where her car was. The first thing you do when lost is remain in your location.
I'll bet that she would have been found in 24-48 hours if she stayed with her car, instead she exhausted herself climbing hills and carting around rocks and logs to spell "Help" like she was in the movie castaway.
Stay with the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>38532 Without water you might not survive 48 hours, depending on the climate. For an elderly person, maybe not even a full day. If you don't know how long you're going to be in a situation like that and you don't have any water with you, you should start looking for water immediately. Looking for cell signal is also not a bad idea if nobody knows you're missing.
If you're hiking or something and people know to look for you if you don't come back and you've got enough water to ration... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
A suspect in the rape and killing of a 3-year-old pit bull mix is being held in Thurston County jail on $50,000 bail.
James Leroy Evans is accused of first-degree animal cruelty. Investigators say he told them he killed the dog named Diamond because it killed his iguana.
Diamond worked as an emotional support service dog for an 8-year-old boy. She had been temporarily staying with Evans who was a relative of the owner. He offered to watch her while the owner found permanent housing that allowed dogs.
"What I know from family members is that he's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>BUCKLEY AFB: Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work told reporters today that ISIL is under tremendous pressure from the United States — “from every single direction, the north, the east, the west and the south” — and the terrorist group has lost every engagement with allied forces over the last six months. That apparently includes in cyberspace.
>“I’ve got to tell you right now it sucks to be ISIL,” he told... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>A northern Illinois resident who died after being diagnosed this year with a blood infection known as Elizabethkingia had the same strain of the bacteria linked to more than a dozen deaths in Wisconsin, health officials said on Tuesday.
>Neither the resident's age nor many other details were released, but Melaney Arnold, spokeswoman for the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), said the individual had suffered from underlying health... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>38515 An unidentified employee at the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca leaked the final installment of more than 11 million company documents to a German newspaper, exposing the use of offshore bank accounts and shell companies by associates of heads of state in Argentina, China, England, Iceland, Russia, and Saudi Arabia. The prime minister of Iceland resigned following protests in Reykjavik, where 10,000 people banged drums, blew whistles, and waved bananas. British prime minister David Cameron admitted he had previously... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>38517 forgot quotes, sry ::>_<:: >Federal prosecutors revealed that former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert had sexually abused four boys when he was a high-school wrestling coach in the 1960s and 70s and had paid one of his victims $1.7 million in hush money. Belgian authorities arrested Mohamed Abrini, who is suspected of being one of the three bombers who carried out the Brussels airport attacks in March. In Damascus, Islamic State militants abducted more than 300 cement-factory workers. North Korea announced it had designed an engine for a ballistic missile capable of reaching the United States.  Facebook removed pages that were selling handguns, rifles, submachine guns, anti-tank weapons, rocket launchers, heavy machine guns, portable anti-aircraft systems, and grenade launchers. Explosions during a fireworks show at a religious festival in India killed 106 people. A NASA study found changes in the Earth’s wobble, caused in part by Greenland’s annual loss of 272 trillion kilograms of ice. “There is nothing to worry about,” said a space researcher at the University of Texas. “It is just another interesting effect of climate change.”
>>38520 >Elementary school students in England launched a stuffed toy dog into space using helium balloons, and two high-school students in Auckland were hospitalized with neck wounds incurred during their opening-night performance of Sweeney Todd.  The Tokyo Fire Department announced that 104 people had been hospitalized for acute alcohol intoxication during this season’s cherry-blossom viewing parties. Sweden’s tourism agency installed a phone line for anyone in the world to call “a random... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>The Syrian Army recaptured the ancient city of Palmyra, which had been occupied by the Islamic State for ten months. Military officials reported discovering that the group had raided tombs, planted thousands of explosives throughout the city, decapitated 2,000-year-old statues, and buried in a mass grave at least 42 people, some of whom had been decapitated. An Islamic State–affiliated group in Saudi Arabia claimed responsibility for the bombing of a police station in al-Dalam, where one person was killed. An Amtrak train traveling... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>38277 >In Georgia, video footage surfaced of a 32-year-old man who packed his lawn mower with tannerite, a powder that explodes when struck by a high-velocity bullet, and then began shooting it with his semi-automatic rifle. “I blew my leg off,” he said. A 67-year-old turkey hunter in Alabama fatally shot himself when he fell into a ravine and his gun discharged into his upper body, and a 16-year-old boy in Florida fired a gun at his bedroom wall and accidentally shot his sister, who was in the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>38278 >Fishermen in Portugal rescued a 65-year-old British tourist from the Atlantic Ocean while she was attempting to swim to a cruise ship, which she thought her husband was aboard. “Susan,” said the head of the port authority, “got a little lost.” A 69-year-old Florida man was arrested for driving six miles with his wife on the roof of his Toyota, claiming that he did not know she was up there and did not hear her screaming. Shouting was banned on a rollercoaster in England, and a 100-year-old... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The Office of Public Works (OPW) has issued a proposal to return a sculpture of the Queen Victoria, made by Irish sculptor John Hughes in 1908, to Dublin's planned new pedestrianised plaza at College Green. The statue is currently in Sydney, Australia, where it has stood outside the Queen Victoria Building since 1987, when the Irish government donated it on permanent loan.
So far this proposal has proved extremely controversial, with protesters adamant that it is an "unwanted relic of a bygone era", while those in favour of the statue's return argue... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>38144 I'm not from UK or Europe but... Wouldn't it be easier to believe this if it didn't come from a government run publication, regardless of the truth of either? The Government(UK), as far as I know, has/should have a significant interest in keeping good relations with the EU for trade and such.
And what's the point of leaving anyway? Muh Freedumbs?
>A refugee(25) from Syria burned down a refugee camp because he didnt got a bigger apartment and an well paying job. He facked the act so it would looked like it was dont by Nazis in Form of drawing swastikas everywhere
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