OSINT Podcast Daily Brief (January 10-11, 2014)

Listen to the news you need to know.  Today’s podcast briefing features NBC Nightly News (1-10-14), BBC World Report on Ariel Sharon (1-11-14), and Tech News Today (1-10-14).

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TEXAS: Family of Brain Dead Pregnant Woman to Sue Over Forced Life Support

Family of brain-dead pregnant woman will sue over forced life-support in Texas. Lawyers for relatives of Marlise Munoz, who is 20 weeks pregnant and hooked to a ventilator, plan legal action over Texas law requiring life support until fetus can be delivered. Her parents and husband say they want to unhook the machines keeping her brain-dead body alive.

By Deborah Hastings / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/texas-family-pregnant-brain-dead-woman-sue-article-1.1575444#ixzz2q7evOcfD

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Some Podcasts from Friday 1-3-14

This is a compilation of three podcast versions of yesterdays news (i.e. 1/3/14).  Storms of mother nature and of technology are noticeable

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‘Emotional rollercoaster’: Passengers from ship stuck in Antarctica head for home – World News

 

Rescued at Last

‘Emotional rollercoaster’: Passengers from ship stuck in Antarctica head for home – World News.

By Jeff Black, Staff Writer, NBC News

At least one passenger shed tears of joy as others expressed relief and gratitude on Thursday after a helicopter whisked them off of an icebound Russian ship in Antarctica and delivered them onto an Australian icebreaker that will take them home.

The dramatic international rescue began just after 6:15 p.m. Thursday Australia time (2:15 a.m. Wednesday ET) and was completed about four hours later, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority’s (AMSA) confirmed.

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Kim Jong Un Brags of Purging ‘Factionalist Filth’

World

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un pledged “unity” in his New Year message to the people, just weeks after purging his influential uncle.

The 30-year-old despot clearly referred to the Dec. 12 execution of Jang Song Thaek, widely considered the second most powerful figure in the hermit nation, when he boasted of eliminating “factionalist filth.”

Kim seems to be consolidating power two years after the death of his father, Kim Jong Il. He has vowed to continue his nation’s nuclear weapons program, the root of punitive economic sanctions in the West, amid heightening tensions with U.S. ally South Korea.

[AP]

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Kim Jong Un Brags of Purging ‘Factionalist Filth’

World

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un pledged “unity” in his New Year message to the people, just weeks after purging his influential uncle.

The 30-year-old despot clearly referred to the Dec. 12 execution of Jang Song Thaek, widely considered the second most powerful figure in the hermit nation, when he boasted of eliminating “factionalist filth.”

Kim seems to be consolidating power two years after the death of his father, Kim Jong Il. He has vowed to continue his nation’s nuclear weapons program, the root of punitive economic sanctions in the West, amid heightening tensions with U.S. ally South Korea.

[AP]

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