WikiLeaks founder: Google works for US State Department

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According to the edition, the company provides FBI and CIA with unfettered access to users’ e-mails
Julian Assange

Julian Assange

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MADRID, November 27. /TASS/. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in his book planned to be out on December 1 reveals that Goggle in fact works for the US State Department, as reported by the Spanish Publico.es web edition.

According to the edition, Assange arrived at the conclusion that Google works for the US government after meeting Google president Eric Schmidt and board member Jared Cohen in 2011. The meeting was also attended by Lisa Shields and Scott Malcomson who turned out to be Washington’s diplomatic envoys.

WikiLeaks founder in his book says he was visited by a group of people 3/4 of whom were representatives of the US State Department and the rest being fromGoogle.

According to the edition, the company provides FBI and CIA with unfettered access to users’ correspondence. Such access can be obtained without the prosecutor’s approval or a court ruling, the edition quotes Assange.

Ferguson bakery vandalized during unrest receives $230,000 in donations

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FERGUSON, MO (KTVI)- We have some uplifting news out of Ferguson this morning. Help is on the way for the owner of Natalie’s Cakes and More! On Monday night, those who participated in rioting damaged the shop and the equipment inside.

Natalie DuBose has invested everything into her business. The windows and other materials that were needed for upcoming Thanksgiving orders were destroyed. However, Natalie says she can’t go anywhere and plans to remain in Ferguson.

Natalie’s Cakes and More opened its doors in June of this year and Natalie’s dream of owning her own business was fulfilled.

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Since her appearance on FOX 2 News on Tuesday, November 25th, two Go Fund Me accounts have been created. In less than 24 hours, over $100,000 was donated to Ms. DuBose to help with repairs.

Actress Patricia Heaton also donated and  urged others to do the same. Natalie sent a special ‘Thank you’ tweet to her supporters after learning about the news.

If you would like to make a donation please visit: Gofundme.com/Natalie’s Cakes and More Fund or Gofundme.com/Natalie DuBose Riot Recovery.

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Millionaire Chinese businessman bulldozes run down huts in village where he grew up and builds luxury flats for residents instead… for free.

By JULIAN ROBINSON FOR MAILONLINE

  • Xiong Shuihua paid for wooden huts he grew up in to be knocked down
  • Tycoon then spent millions replacing them with luxury flats for residents 
  • He has housed 72 families to repay them for their kindness in his youth
  • A further 18 families who were particularly kind will be given villas to live in
  • Elderly and low paid residents will also be given three meals a day for free
  • Flats constructed in Xiongkeng village in the city of Xinyu, southern China 

A millionaire Chinese businessman has bulldozed the wooden huts and muddy roads where he grew up – and built luxury homes for the people who lived there.

Xiong Shuihua was born in Xiongkeng village in the city of Xinyu, southern China and said that his family had always been well looked after and supported by residents in his childhood.

So when the 54-year-old ended up making millions in the steel industry he decided to repay the favour – for free.

A millionaire Chinese businessman has bulldozed the wooden huts and muddy roads where he grew up - and built luxury homes for the people who lived there

A millionaire Chinese businessman has bulldozed the wooden huts and muddy roads where he grew up – and built luxury homes for the people who lived there

Xiong Shuihua (pictured) was born in Xiongkeng village in the city of Xinyu, southern China and said that his family had always been well looked after and supported by residents in his childhood

Xiong Shuihua (pictured) was born in Xiongkeng village in the city of Xinyu, southern China and said that his family had always been well looked after and supported by residents in his childhood

After making his millions, the business tycoon decided to return to the village and give everybody a place of their own to live

After making his millions, the business tycoon decided to return to the village and give everybody a place of their own to live

The 54-year-old even promised three meals a day to the older residents and people on a low income to make sure they could get by

The 54-year-old even promised three meals a day to the older residents and people on a low income to make sure they could get by

The business tycoon decided to return to the village and give everybody a place of their own to live.

Five years ago, the area was run down and many lived in basic homes.

But the area has been transformed in recent years and now 72 families are enjoying life in luxury new flats.

Meanwhile, 18 families, who were particularly kind to the businessman, were given villas of their own in a project costing close to £4million.

After moving in, he even promised three meals a day to the older residents and people on a low income to make sure they could get by.

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The area has been transformed in recent years and now 72 families are enjoying life in luxury new flats

The area has been transformed in recent years and now 72 families are enjoying life in luxury new flats

The multimillionaire (pictured left) made his money first of all in the construction industry and later by getting involved in the steel trade

The multimillionaire (pictured left) made his money first of all in the construction industry and later by getting involved in the steel trade

A further 18 families, who were particularly kind to the businessman, were given villas of their own in a project costing close to £4million

A further 18 families, who were particularly kind to the businessman, were given villas of their own in a project costing close to £4million

Xiong Shuihua said he could afford the development as he had 'earned more money than I knew what to do with'

Xiong Shuihua said he could afford the development as he had ‘earned more money than I knew what to do with’

The multimillionaire made his money first of all in the construction industry and later by getting involved in the steel trade.

He said: ‘I earned more money than I knew what to do with, and I didn’t want to forget my roots.

‘I always pay my debts, and wanted to make sure the people who helped me when I was younger and my family were paid back.’

Elderly local Qiong Chu, 75, said: ‘I remember his parents. They were kind-hearted people who cared very much for others, and it’s great that their son has inherited that kindness.’

 

 

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