Ottawa gunman, Michael Zehaf Bibeau, urges similar attacks in unreleased portion of video manifestoAs calmly as Michael Zehaf Bibeau laid out the reasons for his fateful attack on Parliament Hill last October, he exhorted others to carry out similar attacks, say sources
FA boss Greg Dyke vows to oust Sepp Blatter as FIFA president before Swiss tyrant's fifth term is ov...Blatter was re-elected for a fifth four-year term as not even a £100m scandal and the threat of England pulling out of the World Cup could bring him down
US removes Cuba from its list of state sponsors of terrorThe US State Department has announced that Cuba has been removed from the US list of state sponsors of terror, a move which clears the way for restoring relations after half a century.
A spokesman for the state department emphasised that the terror list review was a separate process fro
#NotMyAmerica Campaign Responds To Mosque Protest With Message Of InclusionAs bikers gather outside a mosque to protest Islam, interfaith advocates will be on Twitter sending the global community a message of inclusion. The Campaign to Take On Hate, which works to challenge misconceptions of Muslims and Arab Americans, organized a Twitter campaign in response to news th
'Bush Tucker Trial' Death: Kidnappers JailedTwo security guards who kidnapped a man from a music festival and dumped him on a dangerous road have been jailed over his death.
U.S. officially removes Cuba from terrorism blacklistThe Obama administration on Friday formally removed Cuba from a U.S. terrorism blacklist as part of the process of normalizing relations between the Cold War foes. Secretary of State John Kerry signed off on rescinding Cuba's "state sponsor of terrorism" designation exactly 45 days after the Obama
Art project will take 3,000 photos of disabled people to change your perceptionsOn March 12, 1990, disability rights activists gathered in Washington, D.C. to fight for the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), which would prohibit discrimination against people with disabilities. After the main rally, 60 activists approached the U.S. Capitol Building, leaving be
Sepp Blatter strikes back
Media Watch turns its attention to the re-appointment of Sepp Blatter for his 5th term as FIFA president. Anger and disappoint are widespread, with many calling for a boycott of the World Cup itself. Businesses sponsoring the governing body of world football are also in the firing line.