vidgrids.com : Online Video Search & Discovery Engine :

Theboyfriendjustin Videos

New pound £1 coin unveiled
New pound £1 coin unveiled

Budget 2014: George Osborne to announce new £1 coin
George Osborne will use his Budget to announce a new 12-sided £1 coin based on the old threepenny bit
The £1 coin is to be replaced by a new model based on the old threepenny bit, George Osborne will announce in the Budget.
The Chancellor will say that the current coin, which has been in circulation for 30 years, is no longer suitable for use because it has become vulnerable to sophisticated counterfeiters.
The new 12-sided coin will be as secure as modern banknotes and will save taxpayers' money by cutting down on millions of pounds worth of fraud.

Elecciones en El Salvador denuncia de fraude
Elecciones en El Salvador denuncia de fraude

Elecciones en El Salvador
Derechista acusa a izquierda de fraude en elección salvadoreña
El candidato Norman Quijano rechaza los resultados que dan ventaja a Salvador Sánchez
En el Salvador, opositores y oficialistas se declaran ganadores en comicios
Inicia conteo de votos tras cierre de elecciones en El Salvador
Elecciones salvadoreñas transcurren sin incidentes

Man shot and killed by police in Ukraine caught on video
Man shot and killed by police in Ukraine caught on video

A protester fall after police shot in Ukraine crisis
This video is not intended to be shocking, is a video news

Pussy Riot beaten at Sochi protest
Pussy Riot beaten at Sochi protest

Russian protest group Pussy Riot have been beaten with whips by Cossacks who are helping patrol Sochi during the Winter Olympics.

Footage shows Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina, who served prison sentences over a protest in a church against President Vladimir Putin, being attacked as five band members tried to perform a song.

Police questioned witnesses, however no one was arrested.

On Monday, the pair were arrested on suspicion of theft at Sochi, but later released.

North Korea warns South, US over 'provocative' military drills
North Korea warns South, US over 'provocative' military drills

North Korea demanded that South Korea and the United States cancel annual military exercises planned for February and March, saying the drills were a "dangerous" provocation that could push the situation on the Korean Peninsula to a catastrophe.

The North's KCNA state news agency quoted a committee in charge of efforts to promote Korean unification as saying the drills have "created such a deplorable situation in which huge aggression troops of the U.S. are deployed in areas close to the Military Demarcation Line."

"We sternly warn the U.S. and the South Korean authorities to stop the dangerous military exercises which may push the situation on the peninsula and the North-South ties to a catastrophe," the statement from the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea said, UPI reported.

South Korea and the U.S. regularly conduct routine, defense-oriented drills such as the Key Resolve and Foal Eagle exercises to help to bolster security on the peninsula and to highlight the longstanding military partnership between the two countries.

North Korea has described the drills as a prelude to invasion. In 2013, the North warned the top American commander in South Korea of "miserable destruction" if the U.S. military pressed ahead with the same exercises scheduled to begin next month.

The North said the announcement of the this year's drills "is little short of the declaration of a total nuclear stand-off," adding the exercises will cause the North-South ties to plunge into an "unimaginable holocaust and that disaster will follow should they go ahead with the nuclear war drills and make military provocation, defying our warning," according to UPI.

South Korea said Wednesday the drills will go ahead as planned and that North Korea's military has showed no sign of unusual activity, Reuters reported.

"If North Korea actually commits military aggression at the excuse of what is a normal exercise we conduct as preparation for emergency, our military will mercilessly and decisively punish them," South Korea's Defense Ministry spokesman Kim Min Seok told reporters Wednesday.

Destruction wave of bushfires in Australia
Destruction wave of bushfires in Australia

A heat wave is moving across the south of the Australian continent, bringing record high temperatures and bush fires. South Australia's Country Fire Service (CFS) co-ordinator Brenton Eden described the climatic conditions as a "perfect storm" on Wednesday. Following destructive fires near the Western Australian capital of Perth last weekend, the eastward movement of the heat wave brought with it thousands of lightning strikes that sparked more than 400 serious blazes in South Australia and 256 in neighbouring Victoria. At one point, the CFS received reports of fires every minute.
Sixteen fires continue to burn out of control in South Australia, threatening small rural communities. The CFS reported this morning that at least 100,000 hectares of bushland has gone up in flames since Tuesday. An additional five water-bombing aircraft arrived on Thursday to try to control the spread of the blazes.
In Victoria, at least 43 fires are burning out of control. As many as 1,000 fires have started this week across the state. Emergency warning and evacuation orders have been issued to the residents of 13 towns near the Grampians National Park in the state's west, where blazes have burgeoned from 1,500 hectares to over 21,000 hectares. One death has already been reported in the area. There are concerns that the town of Halls Gap could be engulfed as wind direction changes push a wall of fire directly into the small tourist community.
Twenty fires are being fought in Gippsland, to the east of Melbourne, with warnings they could engulf as much as 500,000 hectares of bushland. Other fires continue to burn across 40,000 hectares in the Mallee region, which encompasses north-western Victoria and north-eastern South Australia. Ten fire fighters have been hospitalised due to heat exhaustion, according to the State Control Centre.
The fires in both states are expected to worsen this evening as winds pick up ahead of an anticipated cool change over the weekend. Authorities in Victoria described today's conditions as the most dangerous since "Black Saturday"—February 7, 2009—when fires killed or injured 587 people and destroyed over 2,000 homes.
Fire services are already stretched to the limit by the number and geographic spread of the fires, heightening the dangers of a catastrophe. The Victorian Country Fire Authority (CFA) and South Australian CFS rely almost entirely on volunteer fire fighters. A report obtained by the Adelaide Advertiser in 2012 showed an almost 17 percent fall in the number of CFS volunteers over the previous decade.

Combates en Falluah dejan decenas de muertos
Combates en Falluah dejan decenas de muertos

Batalla de Faluya (nombre en clave Operación Al-Fajr y Operación Furia Fantasma)En noviembre volvieron para tomar la ciudad definitivamente. El plan estadounidense era simple: sitiar la ciudad, avanzar con sus 6 batallones desde el Norte y empujar a los rebeldes al Sur, donde la artillería los destruiría. La ciudad fue cercada y se instruyó a los civiles a salir de ella, de sus 300.000 habitantes solo 75.000 seguían presentes para cuando se iniciaron los enfrentamientos.11

El 8 de noviembre, entre 10.000 y 15.000 soldados, con 2.000 aliados iraquíes11 al mando del general Richard Natonski iniciaron su avance. Al día siguiente tomaron el Noroeste de la ciudad, el día 10 ocuparon el centro. La batalla fue una verdadera guerra urbana, casa por casa, la mayor desde la Batalla de Huế. El día 11 habían ocupado la mitad Norte de la ciudad. Para evitar bajas los americanos destruyeron con aviones o tanques las casas con rebeldes, aumentando de este modo las bajas civiles (miles huyeron de la ciudad y muchos otros se quedaron).

Los defensores estaban divididos en dos grupos, eran de 2.000 a 3.000,11 los chechenos, sudaneses e iraquíes en el Norte y los árabes, sirios y pakistaníes en el Sur. Además escondían armas en distintos edificios y hacían agujeros en las paredes para poder moverse sin ser vistos, pero de noche no luchaban. El 16 los americanos cruzaron al sector Sur y el 17 ocuparon la mayor parte de la ciudad menos el extremos Sur que fue tomado el 19 de noviembre fue una operación combinada entre las fuerzas iraquíes y estadounidenses, llevada a cabo durante noviembre - diciembre del 2004. Fue liderada por el Cuerpo de Marines en contra de las posiciones insurgentes existentes en la ciudad de Faluya. La milicia estadounidense reconoció que en esta operación se dieron algunos de los más cruentos combates urbanos en que se hayan visto envueltos Marines, desde la batalla en la ciudad de Hué, Vietnam, en 1968 y la batalla de Mogadiscio, el 3 y 4 de octubre de 1993.

Los principales combates se sucedieron entre el 8 y el 19 de noviembre de 2004. La ciudad tenía 300.000 habitantes y un gran número de mezquitas, siendo llamada por esta razón Ciudad de las Mezquitas.

Libya Mellitah Briton and New Zealander shot dead in Libya
Libya Mellitah Briton and New Zealander shot dead in Libya

Libyan media are reporting that the pair were found dead near Mellitah, Libya's main gas export terminal on the coast, 60 miles west of the capital Tripoli.

A photograph circulating on social media purportedly of the pair shows the bodies of a man and woman in civilian clothes lying face down on sandy terrain. There are reports that a Briton working for the Melittah oil and gas complex is missing.

A Foreign Office spokesperson said: "We are aware of reports that the bodies of two foreign nationals have been found in Libya and are urgently seeking further information from the authorities."

Reuters reported a Libyan source as saying the dead were a British man and a woman from New Zealand.

The pair were teachers, the Associated Press reported. A Libyan security official told AP the bodies were found next to their luggage near an oil and gas complex.

The official said their belongings weren't stolen and the motive for the killings was unclear. AFP reported that the bodies had been moved to Tripoli.

The discovery of the bodies comes a month after an American teacher at an international school in the eastern city of Benghazi was shot dead while he was jogging.

Fugitive Ga. banker suspected in pot case
Fugitive Ga. banker suspected in pot case

Aubrey Lee Price was arrested during a traffic stop, faces federal charges in Georgia, New York.
Authorities suspect a former Georgia banker who disappeared 18 months ago and who faces allegations he stole millions from investors was growing marijuana in a home in Florida.

Aubrey Lee Price, 47, turned up earlier this week when he was arrested during a traffic stop on Interstate 95, in the coastal Georgia city of Brunswick. Price vanished in June 2012 and faces federal charges in Georgia and New York related to accusations he stole millions from the bank he ran and from investors.

When Price disappeared, investigators said he sent a rambling confession letter to his family and acquaintances saying he had lost millions of dollars and planned to kill himself by jumping from a ferry in Florida.

It's not clear exactly what he has been doing for the past 18 months. He has told authorities he had worked odd jobs and as a migrant worker, and police now believe he was renting a house in Florida and growing marijuana.

A Florida man called authorities Wednesday to report finding marijuana plants in the garage of a home he rented to a man he knew as Jason, according to a police report from the Marion County Sheriff's Office in Ocala, Fla. Sheriff's deputies removed 225 marijuana plants, 85 from the garage and 140 more from a mobile home on the property, the report said.

Peru vs Chile disputa maritima Corte de la Haya Decidira el 27 de Enero 2014
Peru vs Chile disputa maritima Corte de la Haya Decidira el 27 de Enero 2014

El gobierno peruano y los partidos políticos del país acordaron el viernes ( 27 de diciembre) mantener una posición de unidad de cara a una decisión a finales de enero por la Corte Internacional de Justiciade La Haya, sobre el conflicto de la frontera marítima entre Chile y Perú , que pondría fin a una disputa histórica entre los dos países.
En un encuentro inusual entre el gobierno y las fuerzas de la oposición en el palacio de gobierno, sus representantes reafirmaron en un comunicado conjunto que se respetará la decisión, cualquiera que ésta sea , en pos de mantener las relaciones con el país vecino , que han crecido en los últimos años.
"Es un día excepcional porque todos los principales dirigentes de los partidos políticos han expresado una voluntad de unidad, hemos mantenido una larga sesión , pero no de la discusión y el debate, sino de las contribuciones realmente excepcionales ", dijo el primer ministro peruano, César Villanueva a finales de la reunión.
En 2008 , Perú pidió a la corte para determinar la frontera marítima en una zona de conflicto de unos 38.000 kilometros , mientras que Chile sostiene que los límites ya están establecidos . La decisión se publicará el 27 de enero después de haber sido pospuesta a mediados de año debido a los días en la corte y después de evitar la coincidencia con las elecciones presidenciales de Chile .
" Hemos dado nuestro apoyo completo. Usted tiene la declaración que hemos hecho hoy y que en ese sentido todos los partidos políticos de diferentes tendencias han cerrado filas en ese sentido y seguimos para apoyarlos ", dijo el congresista Renzo Reggiardo .
Jorge del Castillo, el líder del Partido Aprista Peruano , añadió que los partidos políticos habían demostrado madurez en su anuncio.
"Hemos anunciado que nos regimos por la decisión, sea la que sea . Este es un momento verdaderamente importante, ya que implica un sentido de madurez, de responsabilidad, de seriedad, de que las circunstancias así lo exijan . "
A pesar de la controversia, el intercambio comercial y las inversiones entre Perú y Chile han crecido sustancialmente en los últimos años y no deben ser afectados por la decisión del tribunal , de acuerdo con analistas y empresarios de ambos países.

Lebanon blast Captures Immediate Aftermath Of Beirut Blast that killed Mohamad Chatad
Lebanon blast Captures Immediate Aftermath Of Beirut Blast that killed Mohamad Chatad

As debris burns and the dead and wounded lay on the ground, there is an eerie silence moments after a powerful blast rocked Beirut, killing a former Lebanese minister and at least five others.
There was an eerie silence as debris burned in the immediate aftermath of a powerful blast in Beirut that killed a former minister on Friday (December 27).
In dramatic images captured by a local television camera, the site of the attack resembled a war zone, with debris strewn everywhere and black smoke filled the air in the chic downtown business and hotel district.
Men were seen trying to extinguish a fire from a burning car, and a man in a red shirt lay dead on the side of the road. Another man was lying in the middle of the road.
A few seconds later, more men were seen rushing to the scene, shouting for help, amid the sound of a prolonged beeping car horn.
Former Lebanese minister Mohamad Chatah, who opposed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, was killed in the massive bomb blast which one of his political allies blamed on Lebanon's Shi'ite Hezbollah militia.
Friday's attack also killed five other people and threw Lebanon, which has been drawn into neighbouring Syria's conflict, into further turmoil after a series of sectarian bombings aimed at Shi'ites and Sunnis over the past year.
Former prime minister Saad al-Hariri accused Hezbollah of involvement in the killing of Chatah, his 62-year-old political adviser, saying it was "a new message of terrorism".
Chatah's killing occurred three weeks before the long-delayed opening of a trial of five Hezbollah suspects indicted for the 2005 bombing which killed former prime minister Rafik al-Hariri, Saad's father, and 21 other people.
The trial is due to open in The Hague in January. The suspects are all fugitives and Hezbollah, which denies any role in the Hariri assassination, has refused to cooperate with the court, which it says is politically motivated. Preliminary U.N. investigations implicated Syrian officials.
Chatah, a Sunni Muslim, was a vocal critic of Hezbollah.
A message on his Twitter account less than an hour before the blast accused the group of trying to take control of the country.
While Chatah had no political power base of his own, his international experience, diplomatic contacts and academic analysis made him a key member of Hariri's circle of advisers.

Christmas in Cambodia
Christmas in Cambodia

How Christians and non-Christians from Cambodia and around the world celebrate Christmas
Christmas has arrived around the world, and in Cambodia the festive season hasn't gone unnoticed as many Cambodians celebrate Christmas in their homes, at their churches or with their families.
As a result, from the start of December, Christmas decorations and Christmas trees have been seen almost everywhere -- in coffee shops, book stores, supermarkets and other businesses.

Cambodian Christian Ung Vicheka, 20, who is working at ALIS, says he celebrated Christmas at home with his family last year.

"We invited about 30 neighbours to come to our house. We decorated a Xmas tree, but the tree did not represent anything. It was just for decoration," he said. "Christmas is about the birth of Jesus Christ, and we gave gifts to children.

Prince George christening Close-up Video
Prince George christening Close-up Video

Baby prince delights his proud parents as royals and godparents gather for christening at St James's Palace

The world able to see Prince George in public for the first time in three months as he arrived to be christened
Royal fans braved the wind and rain and slept on street in London to be outside St James's Palace today
George was baptised by the Archbishop of Canterbury in the historic Chapel Royal this afternoon
Guest list was secret until this morning and in break from tradition most uncles, aunts and cousins not invited
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh celebrated with the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry
Kate's family also there along with Her Majesty and three future monarchs - Charles, William and George
George was baptised using water from the River Jordan in a replica of royal christening robe first made in 1841
Christening followed by tea at Clarence House served with slices of Kate and William's wedding cake from 2011

Kate is 'finally getting the chance to enjoy her pregnancy'
Kim Kardashian's and Kate Middleton's Pregnancy Styles: See a Comparison of Their Baby Bump Fashions!
Kate Middleton's Pregnant!: Pictures, Videos, Breaking News
Big News on Kate Middleton's Pregnant!. Includes blogs, news, and community conversations about Kate Middleton's Pregnant!.
Kate Middleton Pregnant: Baby Bump Photos and Due Date News ...
In an interview on BBC1's Countryfile to commemorate the programme's 25th anniversary, the 64-year-old Prince was asked whether the ...
Kate Middleton latest news, photos, her style, the royal baby and ...
Reino Unido
Kate Middleton's lookalike invests in pretend pregnancy baby bump.
Now nearly six months pregnant, Kate Middleton's much-awaited baby bump recently .
Kate Middleton pregnant bikini pictures - Latest news updates .
Kate Middleton faced fresh paparazzi agony in February 2013 when two foreign magazines published pregnant bikini photos of the Duchess. Italian gossip
Kate Middleton pregnant with royal baby - News, views, gossip
the Royal Family announced that Kate Middleton and her husband, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge were expecting their first baby.
Kate Middleton: Corby royal lookalike Heidi Agan 'pregnant' .
A restaurant waitress who quit her job to become a Duchess of Cambridge doppelganger acquires "a bump in various sizes".
Kate Middleton pregnant: 'I'll take a teddy for my d...' said Kate. Is that ...
The famously discreet Duchess of Cambridge may have dropped her guard a little when she appeared to hint she might be having a baby girl ...
KATE MIDDLETON IS PREGNANT! | Weekly World News
Kate Middleton is pregnant with Prince William's first child. The announcement was made by Kate with her friend Victoria Beckham standing at ...
Kate Middleton Is "Feeling Great," Embracing Her Pregnant Body
"She's absolutely fine with the changes in her body," a source tells Us of Prince William's pregnant wife.
Is Pregnant Kate Middleton Having a Girl?
Did Kate Middleton inadvertently reveal the gender of her unborn child? The wife of Britain's Prince William ...
kate middleton pregnant
kate middleton miscarriage
kate middleton style
ultimas noticias kate middleton
kate middleton anorexia
kate middleton estatura
kate middleton embarazada 2012
kate middleton esta embarazada
shakira embarazada

balacera con armas automaticas en clinica de Colombia para soltar a un narco detenido
balacera con armas automaticas en clinica de Colombia para soltar a un narco detenido

balacera con armas automaticas en clinica de Colombia para soltar a un narco detenido
"Este video no pretende ser impresionable, es un video de noticias"
Un grupo comando todo y libero a un detenido en un clinica de colombia
Balacera en Chipichape tras asalto de sede bancaria
Asalto , balacera ,armas ,automaticas , Colombia
Asalto y balacera en con armas automaticas en sede bancaria de Colombia
Balacera en Chipichape tras asalto de sede bancaria
Asalto , balacera ,armas ,automaticas , Colombia
Asalto y balacera en con armas automaticas en sede bancaria de Colombia

CHINA BO XILAI COURT
CHINA BO XILAI COURT

CHEMICAL ATTACK IN SYRIA ASSAD STILLS
CHEMICAL ATTACK IN SYRIA ASSAD STILLS

CHEMICAL ATTACK IN SYRIA   AUSTRALIA RUDD SYRIA
CHEMICAL ATTACK IN SYRIA AUSTRALIA RUDD SYRIA

CHEMICAL ATTACK IN SYRIA FRANCE SYRIAUN
CHEMICAL ATTACK IN SYRIA FRANCE SYRIAUN

CHEMICAL ATTACK IN SYRIA UN MEETING
CHEMICAL ATTACK IN SYRIA UN MEETING

MICHELLE OBAMA SABADO GIGANTE
MICHELLE OBAMA SABADO GIGANTE

SOUTH KOREA RED CROSS CHIEF
SOUTH KOREA RED CROSS CHIEF

Jugador de rugby le hace cuernitos a David Cameron
Jugador de rugby le hace cuernitos a David Cameron

Jugador de rugby le hace cuernitos a David Cameron

CHEMICAL ATTACK IN SYRIA child in shock believes it is in heaven
CHEMICAL ATTACK IN SYRIA child in shock believes it is in heaven

U.S. preps for possible cruise missile attack on Syrian gov't forces

(CBS News) WASHINGTON - CBS News has learned that the Pentagon is making the initial preparations for a cruise missile attack on Syrian government forces. We say "initial preparations" because such an attack won't happen until the president gives the green light. And it was clear during an interview on CNN Friday that he is not there yet.

"If the U.S. goes in and attacks another country, without a U.N. mandate and without clear evidence that can be presented," the president told CNN, "then there are questions in terms of whether international law supports it -- 'do we have the coalition to make it work?' Those are considerations that we have to take into account."


An attack on suburbs in Damascus suburbs has left hundreds dead. Poison gas used is suspected.

/ CBS News
The attack on the Damascus suburbs, which left hundreds dead this week, is looking more and more like a poison gas was used. The United States warned Syria months ago that using chemical weapons could provoke a U.S. response.

U.S. detected activity at Syria chemical weapons sites before attack
Hundreds dead in Syria after alleged chemical weapons attack
Syria opposition group claims 1,300 killed in chemical attack in Damascus suburbs

President Obama's national security adviser, Susan Rice, sent out a Tweet on Friday, calling what happened "an apparent CW (chemical weapons) attack." And the commander of U.S. forces in the Mediterranean has ordered Navy warships to move closer to Syria to be ready for a possible cruise missile strike.


U.S. warships are moving closer to Syria for a possible cruise missile attack; but such an action has yet to be approved by President Obama

/ CBS
Launching cruise missiles from the sea would not risk any American lives. It would be a punitive strike designed not to topple Syrian dictator Bashir Assad but to convince him he cannot get away with using chemical weapons.

Watch a report on Syrian activists gathering evidence to prove chemical attack:

Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey is expected to present options for a strike at a White House meeting on Saturday.

Potential targets include command bunkers and launchers used to fire chemical weapons.

However, officials stress President Obama, who until now has steadfastly resisted calls for military intervention, has not made a decision.

U.S. intelligence detected activity at known Syrian chemical weapons sites in the days before the attack. At the time that did not appear out of the ordinary. But now it is part of the circumstantial evidence pointing toward an attack.

The clearest evidence would come from a team of U.N. experts already in Damascus to investigate earlier, smaller scale incidents involving suspected chemical weapons. So far they have not been allowed into the field. But with pictures providing graphic evidence of mass casualties, even Russia -- long one of the Assad regime's staunchest backers -- is calling for a U.N. investigation.

Whatever an investigation finds, the president will also have to consider what he would do next if he ordered a strike and Syria continued to use chemical weapons.

Watch CBS News correspondent Holly Williams' report on the Syrian victims in the aftermath of the Damascus suburbs attack:

Meanwhile in Syria, two days after the alleged poison gas attack, more disturbing video has emerged of the aftermath. From it comes horrific scenes that show the dead and the dying -- many of them children.

One young boy described struggling to breathe and then losing consciousness. When he woke up in the hospital, he said, he could no longer see.

It's impossible to verify how many people died. But in a crowded, makeshift morgue, so many of the bodies were unidentified -- they were numbered.

Dr. Ghazwan Bwidany is caring for survivors of the attack at a clinic in Damascus. On Friday, CBS News spoke with him over the Internet. He said his mobile medical unit treated 900 people -- 70 of whom died.

"When you see these children," said Bwidany, "dying in front of our eyes, this is a very terrible feeling. I can't describe it."

Watch this video below of a Syrian mother saying goodbye to her children who were killed after reported gas attack:

Dr. Bwidany said some of the survivors have neurological problems, such as memory loss and confusion, that he believes could only be caused by a nerve agent.

So if this wasn't a chemical attack, what could it have been? "I don't know anything else that could make these symptoms, with this large number of injured," he said.

CBS News talked with a spokesman for the Syrian opposition Friday, who said he was angry and frustrated with the international community. He believes that if U.S. had delivered the arms it promised the opposition two months ago, the deadly attack may not have happened.

SYRIA AL NUSRA LEADER
SYRIA AL NUSRA LEADER

U.S. preps for possible cruise missile attack on Syrian gov't forces

(CBS News) WASHINGTON - CBS News has learned that the Pentagon is making the initial preparations for a cruise missile attack on Syrian government forces. We say "initial preparations" because such an attack won't happen until the president gives the green light. And it was clear during an interview on CNN Friday that he is not there yet.

"If the U.S. goes in and attacks another country, without a U.N. mandate and without clear evidence that can be presented," the president told CNN, "then there are questions in terms of whether international law supports it -- 'do we have the coalition to make it work?' Those are considerations that we have to take into account."


An attack on suburbs in Damascus suburbs has left hundreds dead. Poison gas used is suspected.

/ CBS News
The attack on the Damascus suburbs, which left hundreds dead this week, is looking more and more like a poison gas was used. The United States warned Syria months ago that using chemical weapons could provoke a U.S. response.

U.S. detected activity at Syria chemical weapons sites before attack
Hundreds dead in Syria after alleged chemical weapons attack
Syria opposition group claims 1,300 killed in chemical attack in Damascus suburbs

President Obama's national security adviser, Susan Rice, sent out a Tweet on Friday, calling what happened "an apparent CW (chemical weapons) attack." And the commander of U.S. forces in the Mediterranean has ordered Navy warships to move closer to Syria to be ready for a possible cruise missile strike.


U.S. warships are moving closer to Syria for a possible cruise missile attack; but such an action has yet to be approved by President Obama

/ CBS
Launching cruise missiles from the sea would not risk any American lives. It would be a punitive strike designed not to topple Syrian dictator Bashir Assad but to convince him he cannot get away with using chemical weapons.

Watch a report on Syrian activists gathering evidence to prove chemical attack:

Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey is expected to present options for a strike at a White House meeting on Saturday.

Potential targets include command bunkers and launchers used to fire chemical weapons.

However, officials stress President Obama, who until now has steadfastly resisted calls for military intervention, has not made a decision.

U.S. intelligence detected activity at known Syrian chemical weapons sites in the days before the attack. At the time that did not appear out of the ordinary. But now it is part of the circumstantial evidence pointing toward an attack.

The clearest evidence would come from a team of U.N. experts already in Damascus to investigate earlier, smaller scale incidents involving suspected chemical weapons. So far they have not been allowed into the field. But with pictures providing graphic evidence of mass casualties, even Russia -- long one of the Assad regime's staunchest backers -- is calling for a U.N. investigation.

Whatever an investigation finds, the president will also have to consider what he would do next if he ordered a strike and Syria continued to use chemical weapons.

Watch CBS News correspondent Holly Williams' report on the Syrian victims in the aftermath of the Damascus suburbs attack:

Meanwhile in Syria, two days after the alleged poison gas attack, more disturbing video has emerged of the aftermath. From it comes horrific scenes that show the dead and the dying -- many of them children.

One young boy described struggling to breathe and then losing consciousness. When he woke up in the hospital, he said, he could no longer see.

It's impossible to verify how many people died. But in a crowded, makeshift morgue, so many of the bodies were unidentified -- they were numbered.

Dr. Ghazwan Bwidany is caring for survivors of the attack at a clinic in Damascus. On Friday, CBS News spoke with him over the Internet. He said his mobile medical unit treated 900 people -- 70 of whom died.

"When you see these children," said Bwidany, "dying in front of our eyes, this is a very terrible feeling. I can't describe it."

Watch this video below of a Syrian mother saying goodbye to her children who were killed after reported gas attack:

Dr. Bwidany said some of the survivors have neurological problems, such as memory loss and confusion, that he believes could only be caused by a nerve agent.

So if this wasn't a chemical attack, what could it have been? "I don't know anything else that could make these symptoms, with this large number of injured," he said.

CBS News talked with a spokesman for the Syrian opposition Friday, who said he was angry and frustrated with the international community. He believes that if U.S. had delivered the arms it promised the opposition two months ago, the deadly attack may not have happened.

CHEMICAL ATTACK IN SYRIA FRANCE SYRIA
CHEMICAL ATTACK IN SYRIA FRANCE SYRIA

U.S. preps for possible cruise missile attack on Syrian gov't forces

(CBS News) WASHINGTON - CBS News has learned that the Pentagon is making the initial preparations for a cruise missile attack on Syrian government forces. We say "initial preparations" because such an attack won't happen until the president gives the green light. And it was clear during an interview on CNN Friday that he is not there yet.

"If the U.S. goes in and attacks another country, without a U.N. mandate and without clear evidence that can be presented," the president told CNN, "then there are questions in terms of whether international law supports it -- 'do we have the coalition to make it work?' Those are considerations that we have to take into account."


An attack on suburbs in Damascus suburbs has left hundreds dead. Poison gas used is suspected.

/ CBS News
The attack on the Damascus suburbs, which left hundreds dead this week, is looking more and more like a poison gas was used. The United States warned Syria months ago that using chemical weapons could provoke a U.S. response.

U.S. detected activity at Syria chemical weapons sites before attack
Hundreds dead in Syria after alleged chemical weapons attack
Syria opposition group claims 1,300 killed in chemical attack in Damascus suburbs

President Obama's national security adviser, Susan Rice, sent out a Tweet on Friday, calling what happened "an apparent CW (chemical weapons) attack." And the commander of U.S. forces in the Mediterranean has ordered Navy warships to move closer to Syria to be ready for a possible cruise missile strike.


U.S. warships are moving closer to Syria for a possible cruise missile attack; but such an action has yet to be approved by President Obama

/ CBS
Launching cruise missiles from the sea would not risk any American lives. It would be a punitive strike designed not to topple Syrian dictator Bashir Assad but to convince him he cannot get away with using chemical weapons.

Watch a report on Syrian activists gathering evidence to prove chemical attack:

Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey is expected to present options for a strike at a White House meeting on Saturday.

Potential targets include command bunkers and launchers used to fire chemical weapons.

However, officials stress President Obama, who until now has steadfastly resisted calls for military intervention, has not made a decision.

U.S. intelligence detected activity at known Syrian chemical weapons sites in the days before the attack. At the time that did not appear out of the ordinary. But now it is part of the circumstantial evidence pointing toward an attack.

The clearest evidence would come from a team of U.N. experts already in Damascus to investigate earlier, smaller scale incidents involving suspected chemical weapons. So far they have not been allowed into the field. But with pictures providing graphic evidence of mass casualties, even Russia -- long one of the Assad regime's staunchest backers -- is calling for a U.N. investigation.

Whatever an investigation finds, the president will also have to consider what he would do next if he ordered a strike and Syria continued to use chemical weapons.

Watch CBS News correspondent Holly Williams' report on the Syrian victims in the aftermath of the Damascus suburbs attack:

Meanwhile in Syria, two days after the alleged poison gas attack, more disturbing video has emerged of the aftermath. From it comes horrific scenes that show the dead and the dying -- many of them children.

One young boy described struggling to breathe and then losing consciousness. When he woke up in the hospital, he said, he could no longer see.

It's impossible to verify how many people died. But in a crowded, makeshift morgue, so many of the bodies were unidentified -- they were numbered.

Dr. Ghazwan Bwidany is caring for survivors of the attack at a clinic in Damascus. On Friday, CBS News spoke with him over the Internet. He said his mobile medical unit treated 900 people -- 70 of whom died.

"When you see these children," said Bwidany, "dying in front of our eyes, this is a very terrible feeling. I can't describe it."

Watch this video below of a Syrian mother saying goodbye to her children who were killed after reported gas attack:

Dr. Bwidany said some of the survivors have neurological problems, such as memory loss and confusion, that he believes could only be caused by a nerve agent.

So if this wasn't a chemical attack, what could it have been? "I don't know anything else that could make these symptoms, with this large number of injured," he said.

CBS News talked with a spokesman for the Syrian opposition Friday, who said he was angry and frustrated with the international community. He believes that if U.S. had delivered the arms it promised the opposition two months ago, the deadly attack may not have happened.

EGYPT CIVIL WAR MUBARAK RELEASE REAX
EGYPT CIVIL WAR MUBARAK RELEASE REAX

EGYPT CIVIL WAR MUBARAK RELEASE REAX
EGYPT CIVIL WAR MUBARAK RELEASE REAX
EGYPT CIVIL WAR MUBARAK RELEASE REAX

CHINA PHILIPPINES HOSTAGE ANNIVERSARY
CHINA PHILIPPINES HOSTAGE ANNIVERSARY

CHINA PHILIPPINES HOSTAGE ANNIVERSARY
CHINA PHILIPPINES HOSTAGE ANNIVERSARY
CHINA PHILIPPINES HOSTAGE ANNIVERSARY

DAVE LEE TRAVIS COURT
DAVE LEE TRAVIS COURT

DAVE LEE TRAVIS COURT
DAVE LEE TRAVIS COURT
DAVE LEE TRAVIS COURT

PRIMER CASAMIENTO GAY EN URUGUAY #uruguay
PRIMER CASAMIENTO GAY EN URUGUAY #uruguay

PRIMER CASAMIENTO GAY EN URUGUAY
PRIMER CASAMIENTO GAY EN URUGUAY

GUERRA NARCO DEJA VICTIMAS POR TODO MEXICO
GUERRA NARCO DEJA VICTIMAS POR TODO MEXICO

GUERRA NARCO DEJA VICTIMAS POR TODO MEXICO

FSA VS AL ASSAD - SYRIAN REFUGEES ARRIVE TO IRAQ
FSA VS AL ASSAD - SYRIAN REFUGEES ARRIVE TO IRAQ

Syria: the horror of Homs city at war exclusive Syria video 32 children among 90 dead in Syrian government 'massacre
More than 90 people, including 32 children, have been killed in a Syrian government "massacre", as William Hague calls for an urgent session of the United Nations Security Council.The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that Friday's shelling in the city of Houla, in central Homs province, had led to what seemed to be one of the bloodiest episodes so far of the 15-month long uprising.
The Head of UN team in Syria confirmed over 32 children, 60 adults killed in Friday artillery attack
Unconfirmed amateur videos posted by activists on YouTube showed around 20 bodies, mostly young children, lying in a room. One man holds up the limp body of a boy aged around seven, a gaping hole punched in the lower portion of his face. "This child, what did he do to deserve this?", he shouts.
Other footage shows the corpses of men and women lying under patterned blankets, including what is said to be one entire family. "We're being slaughtered like sheep here," says one voice. "Where are the UN observers?" adds another.
William Hague, Foreign Secretary, has condemned the latest violence, saying the UK will press for an urgent session of the United Nations Security Council to co-ordinate the response to the "appalling" crime.
"There are credible and horrific reports that a large number of civilians have been massacred at the hands of Syrian forces in the town of Houla, including children," he said.
"Our urgent priority is to establish a full account of this appalling crime and to move swiftly to ensure that those responsible are identified and held to account.
"We are consulting urgently with our allies on a strong international response, including at the UN Security Council, the EU and UN human rights bodies.
Mr Hague urged President Bashar Assad's regime to grant "full and immediate" access to Houla for UN monitors and stop all military options, as demanded by special envoy Kofi Annan.
The Free Syrian Army said on Saturday it could no longer commit to the ceasefire brokered by UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan unless there was an immediate solution to regime violence.
"We announce that unless the UN Security Council takes urgent steps for the protection of civilians, Annan's plan is going to go to hell," a statement by the FSA said.
The fresh claims of regime atrocities led the opposition Syrian National Council to call on the UN Security Council to take urgent action. At the same time, the Observatory accused the Arab and international communities of being "complicit" in the killing, saying that shelling that had begun on Friday had continued into the night. The Observatory said the international community was standing "silent in the face of the massacres committed by the Syrian regime."
Syria: the horror of Homs city at war exclusive Syria video
أخبار الجيش السوري الحر
أخبار الجيش الحر السوري
ألجيش السوري الحر
آخر أخبار الجيش السوري الحر
اخبار الجيش الحر السوري اليوم
سوريا اليوم اخبار
اخر اخبار في سورية

EGYPT CRISIS 278 DEADS AFTER HUGE SHOOTINGS I ALEXANDRIA CLASHES #egypt
EGYPT CRISIS 278 DEADS AFTER HUGE SHOOTINGS I ALEXANDRIA CLASHES #egypt

A TV cameraman for Britain's Sky News has been shot and killed while covering the deadly violence in Cairo, the channel says.
Mick Deane, a 61-year-old father of two children, had worked for Sky for 15 years and was a veteran cameraman who had been based in Washington DC and Jerusalem.
He was part of a Sky News team reporting on the crisis in Cairo with the channel's Middle East correspondent Sam Kiley when he was shot and wounded on Wednesday.
Deane received medical treatment for his injuries, but died shortly afterwards.
None of the other members of the team were injured, Sky said.
The channel's foreign editor Tim Marshall said: "He was a friend. Our hearts go out to his family.
"He died doing what he'd been doing so brilliantly for decades."
British Prime Minister David Cameron said he was "saddened" by the news.
John Ryley, head of Sky News, said: "Everyone at Sky News is shocked and saddened by Mick's death.
"He was a talented and experienced journalist who had worked with Sky News for many years.

Love Boat' Cruise Ship Makes Final Trip, Will be Scrapped in Turkey
Love Boat' Cruise Ship Makes Final Trip, Will be Scrapped in Turkey

The "Love Boat" cruise ship--the ship used by the 1970s TV show "Love Boat"--sailed its final trip to Turkey, where it will be turned into scrap, according to reports.

The 42-year-old vessel, dubbed the MS Pacific, arrived on Turkey's Aegean Sea coast, said a shipping group on Wednesday. While there, it will be stripped of its metal and parts, according to Reuters.

Ersin Ceviker of the Ship Recyclers' Association of Turkey said that the "ship has undergone several modifications over its lifespan. It had been decommissioned for five years, and renovation now would have been too costly."

The ship appeared on "Love Boat" from 1977 to 1986, and it was called the Pacific Princess. While on the ship, characters in the show would engage in romance and humorous encounters.

Cruise industry executive say that the ABC show's popularity helped bolster the cruise industry for several years in the 1980s.

The ship was built in 1971 for Flagship Cruises and was called the Sea Venture, reported USA Today.

The Izmir Ship Recycling Co. bought the bought in 2012 for $3.3 million to turn it into scrap, according to Waste & Recycling News.

40 años perdidos en la selva de vietnam increible video 40 years at the jungle
40 años perdidos en la selva de vietnam increible video 40 years at the jungle

Vietnam: hallan en un bosque a un padre y a su hijo perdidos hace 40 años
La última vez que se los había visto fue en 1973, cuando el hombre huyó llevándose a su hijo durante la guerra.H
HANOI, Vietnam.- Una increíble historia acapara hoy los titulares de la prensa vietnamita: en la selva del centro del país, un hombre y su hijo sobrevivieron 40 años sin contacto alguno con la civilización. Aunque aún no ha podido comprobarse, los vecinos de la aldea de Tra Kem no dudan de que los dos hombres recién encontrados son Ho Van Than y su hijo Lang, desaparecidos desde 1973.

En una fotografía puede verse al más joven, de 40 años, rodeado de los vecinos de la aldea (en la provincia de Quang Ngai). Su imagen es la de una persona atemorizada. Está descalzo, muy delgado, con el pelo enredado y vestido apenas con un taparrabos a base de cortezas de árboles. "Pedí que los vigilaran para asegurarnos de que no echaran a correr hacia la selva", dijo a dpa el presidente del distrito, Hoang Anh Ngoc.

"Nadie en el pueblo pensaba que fuera posible que Thanh (de 82 años) y Lang pudieran sobrevivir durante 40 años de aislamiento en circunstancias tan duras", cuenta Ho Van Xanh, uno de los aldeanos. Los hombres fueron hallados el miércoles, después de que unos vecinos se adentraran en la selva en busca de leña y dieran con la cabaña que padre e hijo habían construido en un árbol.

Spain crash train cctv video
Spain crash train cctv video

At least 78 people have been killed in the passenger train derailment in north-western Spain on Wednesday.

GEORGIA ARREST
GEORGIA ARREST

GEORGIA ARREST

twin gorillas born in Dutch zoo
twin gorillas born in Dutch zoo

Rare twin gorillas born in Dutch zoo
"the gorilla"
"a gorilla"
"about gorillas"
"gorillas in the"
"about gorilla"

Alien nasty in china - sticky ALIEN CAUGHT ON TAPE (VERY SCARY!!)
Alien nasty in china - sticky ALIEN CAUGHT ON TAPE (VERY SCARY!!)

Alien nasty in china - sticky ALIEN CAUGHT ON TAPE (VERY SCARY!!)

OPENING BELL US markets
OPENING BELL US markets

Aung San suu kyi speech in myanmar - world economic forum
Aung San suu kyi speech in myanmar - world economic forum

Suu Kyi makes overture to Myanmar military in speech
Myanmar political activist Aung San Suu Kyi said Wednesday a better relationship with the military could help reform the country's constitution.

Speaking at the University of Tokyo, Suu Kyi, 67, a Nobel Peace Prize-winner and leader of Myanmar's opposition party, the National League for Democracy, said she hopes to forge a better relationship with the military establishment to win its cooperation in changing Myanmar's controversial constitution, Kyodo News reported.

She noted amending the constitution, which automatically grants 25 percent of its seats to the military, will require approval of 75 percent of the 664-member national parliament, dominated by the military and President Thein Sein's party.

She said she seeks to "establish a society where the military and civilian populations are two sides of the same coin, all working toward the security and freedom of our country."

Cute and cuddly! Little Babie orange rear leaf monkey
Cute and cuddly! Little Babie orange rear leaf monkey

Rare Baby Leaf Monkey Steals Hearts At Sydney Zoo
A tiny orange rear leaf monkey is receiving the best care possible at Sydney Zoo after its mother failed to feed it properly. The mother was unable to produce enough milk for her baby, so keepers stepped in to give this cute little guy the nutrients it needs to survive.

The leaf monkey is in danger of extinction, as explained by keeper Jane Marshall:

"So Francois' Langurs are critically endangered and there's thought to be less than 500 of them left in the wild. We are the only zoo in Australia breeding them so it's really important that we do get on board and help her out and give her the best chance that she has."

Once the baby is stable and healthy she will be introduced to the rest of her family. Sydney Zoo is dedicated in safeguarding this adorable little monkey against the threat of extinction.

Paris Jackson Suicide Attempt
Paris Jackson Suicide Attempt

Paris Jackson Suicide Attempt: 5 New Developments
Paris Jackson is recovering in a Los Angeles-area hospital after an alleged suicide attempt early Wednesday. Below find five of the latest developments in the story surrounding the hospitalization of Michael Jackson's 15-year-old daughter.

1. Dr. Conrad Murray recorded a message for Paris.
The doctor currently serving a four-year sentence for giving Michael Jackson a fatal dose of sedatives in 2009 is letting Paris know he's there for her. The doctor recorded a personal message for Paris obtained and published by TMZ.

"I don't know if there is anything I can do to salve your pain or help you with your problem, but I wanted you to know that I am here for you," Murray said in a message recorded from Men's Central Jail in downtown Los Angeles. "I always will be available to listen to you, answer your questions or to share with you the plethora of beautiful and savored untold stories of your father as well as his venerable points of view that he shared with me."

He went on to say her father loved her very much.

"I too love you as a precious father loves his own child, and I always will," Murray said.

Business & markets in US
Business & markets in US

Business & markets in US

3 rules for buying a house now in US
3 rules for buying a house now in US

need a credit in US
what is a credit report

Oklahoma tornado the student's tale
Oklahoma tornado the student's tale

Oklahoma tornado the student's tale
donations
Feed the Children
Salvation Army
American Red Cross
United Way

Heckler repeatedly interrupts Obama speech
Heckler repeatedly interrupts Obama speech

Heckler repeatedly interrupts Obama speech
follow @newsdailyplanet

ISRAEL ATTACK SYRIA DAMASCUS BLASTS STATE TV
ISRAEL ATTACK SYRIA DAMASCUS BLASTS STATE TV

israel attacks syria and start World War III in the Middle East

NETANYAHU VISIT CHINA
NETANYAHU VISIT CHINA

israel attacks syria and start World War III in the Middle East

Find the Videos, Producers, & Vloggers You Want Faster