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Report details how police failed to stop ISIS cell before Paris, Brussels attacks

BRUSSELS –  Belgian police had numerous chances to unmask the Islamic State terror cell that later carried out the Paris and Brussels attacks, according to a confidential report prepared for Belgium’s Parliament. They muffed every one. In early 2015, Brussels police stopped a car driven by Brahim Abdeslam, later one of the Paris attackers, and

Vote Fraud Expert: Election Theft Algorithm Uncovered

Jamie White | Infowars, Fractional percentages attached to votes to sway election outcomes. A hidden backdoor election theft mechanism within voting machine software has been discovered and will be widely used in the election, says vote fraud expert Bev Harris. “You need to have votes counted as fractions,” Harris said on The Alex Jones Show

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Australia’s safety chief says beach debris not from MH370

Australia’s transport safety chief said on Thursday he was confident that debris picked up on a Western Australian beach this week had not come from the missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370.  Officials not “excited” about possible debris in Australia. A metal object that washed ashore far from the area where investigators are looking for Malaysia

‘OBJECT OF INTEREST’ from Flight 370 It was found on coast of Western Australia

 Australian officials say an “object of interest” in the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane has been found, but Malaysia authorities said it was too early to tell if it is a real lead. Australian Transport Safety Bureau Chief Commissioner Martin Dolan described the object as appearing to be sheet metal with rivets, and

Watch: Unlocking the secrets of Flight 370

In a nondescript government building in Australia’s capital, Canberra, the secrets of Malaysia Flight 370 might one day be unlocked. CNN’s Michael Holmes goes inside the lab where the “black box” of the missing plane would be taken if it’s found. Neil Campbell with the Australian Transport Safety Bureau says, “A lot of our work is