News Headlines - 29 October 2015

Anonymous plans to reveal names of about 1,000 Ku Klux Klan members | The Guardian

The “hacktivist” collective Anonymous have vowed to release the names of “about 1,000” Ku Klux Klan members as part of an ongoing operation against the white supremacist group in the US.
The names were obtained after Anonymous gained access to a Klan twitter account, according to a tweet from the Operation KKK, as Anonymous have named the anti-Klan operation.

Edward Snowden praises EU parliament vote against US extradition | The Guardian

The parliament voted 285-281 to pass a largely symbolic measure, a resolution that called on European Union member states to “drop any criminal charges against Edward Snowden, grant him protection and consequently prevent extradition or rendition by third parties, in recognition of his status as whistleblower and international human rights defender”.

SC Officer Fired After Classroom Confrontation Video, Lawyer Says He Acted 'Professionally' - ABC News

The school resource officer at a South Carolina high school who was filmed tossing a teen from her desk and dragging her during an arrest has been fired, officials announced today.

Prince Harry, Michelle Obama Launch Invictus Games in US - ABC News

First lady Michelle Obama and Jill Biden joined His Royal Highness Prince Harry this morning to officially launch the 2016 Invictus Games in the United States.

Here Are 7 Cats You Never Knew Existed

Though lions, tigers, and cheetahs often occupy the conservation spotlight, their smaller cousins deserve some attention too. For National Cat Day, we reached deep into our archives to pull up portraits of a sampling of the 30 small cat species.








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