A Florida preacher, known as 'Pastor Pete,' was arrested on allegations that he sexually assaulted homeless women at a shelter for abused women operated by him. He is married with children.
The Orlando Sentinel reports that, "A pastor who founded a shelter for homeless women in Eustis has been accused of sexually assaulting and attempting to sexually assault three female clients, according to police."
BMW has opened a massive driving center in Incheon, South Korea.
According to the Chosun Ilbo, "German carmaker BMW has built a test drive center on Yeongjong Island in Incheon -- its first in Asia. The W77-billion facility sprawls on the 240,000 sq.m site, the size of 33 football fields. It has a 2.6-km closed circuit racetrack as well as training academy, kids' area and showroom."
Qatar Airways is one of Airbus's biggest clients, but they are expressing their displeasure with the French-based airplane manufacturer for their long delays.
Channel NewsAsia reports that, "Qatar Airways is demanding compensation from Airbus for failing to deliver its A380 aircraft on time, the airline's boss said on Tuesday, calling the delay "absolutely disappointing."
President Barry Obama is responsible for raising the disparity of the income inequality gap. The rich are getting richer, while the middle class and poor are struggling to make ends meet.
According to Russia Today, "The top 1 percent of Americans and Europeans own a much bigger slice of national wealth than is reported according to a senior economist at European Central Bank (ECB). A lot of wealthy people prefer to underreport their assets when asked in surveys. “Our knowledge of the wealth distribution is less than perfect,” Philip Vermeulen, a senior economist at the ECB wrote. “The results clearly indicate that survey wealth estimates are very likely to underestimate wealth at the top.”
Secretary of State John Kerry is mad as hell and he ain't gonna take it anymore. He displayed a long face over Bahrain refusing to act subservient to the United States.
AFP reports that, "Washington (AFP) - Secretary of State John Kerry voiced deep concern to Bahrain for expelling an American envoy and making "unacceptable demands" that foreign ministry personnel attend his private meetings, the State Department said Monday."
North Korea is raising its belligerence levels by shooting over 100 missiles in the direction of Japan, but laning in the Sea of Japan.
The JoongAng Daily reports that, "North Korea fired about 100 short-range projectiles toward its waters in the East Sea from a launch site close to the inter-Korean border, Seoul officials said yesterday, while it fixed the schedule with Seoul to hold talks to send its athletes and cheerleaders for the upcoming Asian Games."
When President Barry Obama gets bored with blaming former President George W. Bush, he loves to troll social media Websites and post "fake victim blogs."
According to Russia Today, "The UK's spy agency has developed a number of crafty tools to monitor and comb the web, planting false information when necessary, Glenn Greenwald said while disclosing a fresh batch of Snowden's files."
BEIJING: CCTV's business news anchor Rui Chenggang was recently arrested in China over an alleged bribery scheme. He captured glory as a reporter in China for interviewing global leaders and top business executives. He claimed that former President Bill Clinton was a good friend, while he sold and promoted his videos. He tapped into 'Clinton Cronyism' to become a rock star reporter, who won glowing praise from the Western media.
Nevertheless, hubris got the best of him and his pervasive greed led to his downfall. He even sold his videos to CCTV executives, who already owned the rights and produced the video clips on his behalf. Rui believed that his friendship with billionaire tycoon George Soros could protect him from harm.
Apparently, the Socialist government of France will lead a war to wipe out jihadists in Africa. However, US President Barry Obama is refusing to participate.
According to the BBC News, "France is to set up a new military operation in the Sahel region of northern Africa in an effort to stop the emergence of jihadist groups. About 3,000 French soldiers will be deployed, along with troops from Mali, Mauritania, Burkina Faso and Chad."
Rumours that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is struggling with alcoholism continue to swirl. Vanity Fair interviewed Hillary and her comments were rambling, incoherent and goofy. When asked about her greatest accomplishments, she talked about bridges and tunnels instead.
Vanity Fair reports that, "Bridges and tunnels, tunnels and bridges. For the future of our world, we must learn to recognize the difference between the two. I spent a lot of time over the years, both as First Lady and U.S. secretary of state, thinking about ways to understand those differences."