Putin slams ISAF for turning blind eye to Afghanistan drug production

RT May 8, 2013 The International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) does almost nothing to eradicate drug production in Afghanistan, and this drug-trafficking problem will likely worsen in the near future, Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated. The NATO security mission – which will pull out of Afghanistan in 2014 – has failed to bring stability to the region, Putin said …

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Iran unveils indigenous stealth reconnaissance, combat drone

PressTV May 9, 2013 Iran has unveiled its latest indigenous unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), a reconnaissance and combat drone dubbed Hamaseh. The drone was unveiled on Thursday during a ceremony attended by Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi. “This drone has been built by defense industry experts and is simultaneously capable of surveillance, reconnaissance and missile and rocket attacks,” …

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Age of Consent Should be Lowered to 13 to Stop Persecution of Old Men, Says Top Barrister

Charlotte Meredith May 9, 2013 A TOP female barrister has sparked outrage after claiming the age of consent in Britain should be lowered to 13 in order to stop the “persecution of old men” in the wake of the Savile sex abuse scandal. Lawyer Barbara Hewson’s shocking comments have been condemned by children’s charities after she dismissed child sex …

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