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Nature Storms Alabama-Tornados sweep homes and 300 lives

In Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports, Nature and Environment on April 30, 2011 at 10:19 pm

Amateur Videos' graphic capture of the perfect storm

Alabama Tornado: Dramatic amateur videos, massive storm aftermath

RussiaToday | Apr 29, 2011 | 31,360 views

At least 290 people were killed across six states – more than two-thirds of them in Alabama – as America’s deadliest tornado outbreak in almost four decades pulverised entire neighbourhoods. Two of Alabama’s major cities were among the places devastated by the deadliest twister outbreak in nearly 40 years. As day broke on Thursday, people in hard-hit areas surveyed obliterated homes and debris-strewn streets. Some told of deadly winds whipping through within seconds of weather alerts broadcast during the storms on Wednesday afternoon and evening. Residents were told the tornadoes were coming up to 24 minutes ahead of time, but they were just too wide, too powerful and too locked onto populated areas to avoid a horrifying body count

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Germans nab 3 Al Qaeda suspects-bomb plot on crowded areas, after 15 perish in Moroccan strike

In Crime and human story, Global terror, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports on April 30, 2011 at 9:54 pm

The Bomb went off at a Restaurant killing 15 Tourists- 6 of them French

Analysing al-Qaeda arrests in Germany

AlJazeeraEnglish | Apr 30, 2011 | 302 views

Three suspected al-Qaeda members arrested in Germany were working on a bomb to target a crowded area.

The authorities in Germany were taking no chances with their new captives, flying them for their first court appearance under enormous security.

James Denselow, security analyst, discusses how the case in Germany underlines the difficulty in striking the balance between civil liberties and security with Al Jazeera’s Felicity Barr.

German police say suspect had “al-Qaeda” orders

Euronews | Apr 30, 2011 | 25 views

At least one of the three terror suspects picked up in Germany yesterday was acting “under direct command” from al-Qaeda say police.

The man allegedly received his orders last year and was illegally on German soil when captured. Police say he has contacts in Austria, Morocco, Kosovo and Iran, and had military training in Waziristan.

Two of the suspects are from Morocco while the origins of the third are unclear.

Tourists killed in Moroccan blast

Euronews | Apr 28, 2011 | 1,657 views
It is still unclear what or who was behind the bomb attack in Morocco that claimed at least 15 lives yesterday.

A blast ripped through a popular restaurant overlooking the Jema al Fnaa square in Marrakesh – an area permanently packed with tourists.

At least 10 of the deceased were foreigners, six of them French.

Morocco’s interior minister has already visited the site of this apparent terrorist attack.

“Those who carried out this terrorist operation must know that we’re going to find them sooner or later,” he said.

China put on the spotlight over its Human Rights situation

In China Town, Crime and human story on April 30, 2011 at 4:10 pm

Chinese regime is accused of framing dissidents like Ai Wei

Global Protests Demand Chinese Regime Release Ai Weiwei

NTDTV | Apr 19, 2011 | 90 views

Exiled Tibetans Elect Political Heir to Dalai Lama

NTDTV | Apr 27, 2011 | 14 views

Chinese House Christians Arrested on Easter Holiday

China had rubbished however the Evangelist lobby’s charges by coming out with a detailed Report of its own that documents the devious and parasitic ways of the fundamentalist groups that go about its messianic cultism.

NTDTV | Apr 26, 2011 | 62 views

Video-Growing Poverty and the Pompous Royal Wedding bash- Criticism mounts

In a word with you, Live Stream Videos-Latest Reports on April 30, 2011 at 10:09 am

Brits are divided over the Grandest display of Pomp and splendour

UK republicans slam royal wedding

AlJazeeraEnglish | Apr 29, 2011 | 3,358 views

Not everybody in Britain is celebrating the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

About ten million people in the UK, about one sixth of the population, say they are against the monarchy.

Laurence Lee reports from London.

Royal media frenzy hits London

AlJazeeraEnglish | Apr 28, 2011 | 2,158 views
Hundreds of thousands of people have gathered in London, Britain’s capital, a day before Prince William ties the knot with his long-term girlfriend Kate Middleton.

The event on Friday is expected to attract the biggest TV audience on record of a royal wedding.

Not surprisingly, the world’s media is jostling for position in London to cover it.

Stephen Cole reports on the plans to broadcast the big day across the globe

Royal Rumpus: VIP guest list mirrors UK likes & tensions

RussiaToday | Apr 29, 2011 | 2,498 views

The world’s eyes are on London today as Prince William and Kate Middleton tied the knot in a lavish ceremony at Westminster Abbey. The guest list for the wedding included a host of VIPs as well as controversial political figures, which has raised questions about Britian’s foreign policy. RT talks to Annie Machon, a former intelligence officer for MI5.

Chenobyl- the Slow Decay and Fakushima down the fast lane

In a word with you, Analyst talk, Crime and human story, Japan Apocalypse, Nature and Environment on April 28, 2011 at 8:37 pm

Chernobyl-the Tale of a Slow Decay

fakushima went down the fast lane

Chernobyl- the Story of a Nuclear Ghost town

Fukushima – gross miscarriage of radiation science’

From: RussiaToday | Apr 27, 2011 | 309 views

With Chernobyl’s 25th anniversary reminding the world of the terrifying consequences of nuclear safety negligence, many eyes have turned to the continuing crisis in Japan. RT talks to Arnold Gundersen, Energy Adviser at Fairewinds Associates, from Vermont in the US

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