John-Paul Leonard | So who has really threatened and violated the sovereignty and integrity of Ukraine?
Tony Cartalucci | Protests across Turkey openly led by Turkey’s opposition, contrary to the initial narratives peddled by the Western media.
RIA Novosti | The movement of troops in western Ukraine is not related to events in the breakaway region of Crimea.
Haaretz | Man, later identified as a Jordanian judge, reportedly tried to attack a soldier and steal his rifle.
Reuters | Russians take over a border post on the western edge of Crimea.
AFP | Pro-Russian dancers twirled on stage in town square.
RT | U.S. is ramping up its military presence in the region.
AFP | A United States warship crossed Turkey’s Bosphorus Strait Friday, headed towards the Black Sea.
APA | At least 13 people were killed on Thursday when gunmen stormed four villages in a local government area in Nigeria’s north central state of Benue.
Tony Cartlucci | The Western media can now finally recuperate some of its lost legitimacy.
Reuters | Crisis in Ukraine accelerates.
ITAR-TASS | Largest military exercise in the district.
ITAR-TASS | This is the most large-scale military exercise of the Air Defense Troops in the Western Military District.
theatlantic.com | Russia may have solved Obama’s problem.
Infowars.com | Jesse Ventura draws upon the immortal words of Major General Smedley Butler to declare that the Vietnam War was a racket.
RT | Warships performed gun and missile fire drills.
Robert Wenzel | Anybody that tells you that the US is not running the “revolution” from behind the scenes is blowing smoke.
James Delingpole | Some foolish commentators have been suggesting that the West has no interest in provoking another major conflagration in the Crimea.
Washington’s Blog | New Ooga Booga No Longer Effective … So Government Switches Back to Tried-And-True Old-Timey Ooga-Booga.
Alt Thai News | Regime’s tenuous political holdings and crumbling support base makes establish new Thai capital in northern Thailand all but impossible.
David Stockman | How long can America survive the screeching sanctimony and mindless meddling of Susan Rice and Samantha Power?
Tony Cartalucci | Understanding that democracy is not the solution is the first step of finding real solutions.
Infowars.com | In a recent interview with Michael Savage, Paul Craig Roberts explains the current coup in Ukraine.
RIA Novosti | North Korea reportedly fired two missiles into the Sea of Japan on Monday.
Xinhua | Militants targeted civilians, security forces and police.
Independent.co.uk | Despite latest attack on medical workers and soldiers, government agrees not to mount offensive during month-long ceasefire.
Reuters | Russian Parliament granted President Putin the authority he sought to use military force in Ukraine.
Kit Daniels | Proposed legislation, troop movements all point towards a push for reunification.
Eric Draitser | A Ukraine free of Russia, Jews, and all other “undesirables.”
RIA Novosti | Deposed Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych landed at a military airport in southern Russia late on Thursday escorted by fighter jets, a local news agency has reported.
Michael Snyder | Russia will never, ever give up Crimea without a fight.
Reuters | Report might have revealed more of its suspected atomic bomb research, but held back as Tehran’s relations with the outside world thaw.
Jerusalem Post | Foreign Ministry slams as “racist” report by NGO on IDF’s actions against Palestinians.
Zero Hedge | Shortly after the US warned Russia over its “provocative actions” with regard Ukraine…
AFP | Russian warship was docked in Havana Wednesday without explanation.
debka.com | There is no way that President Vladimir Putin will relinquish Russian control of the Crimean peninsula and its military bases there.
Land Destroyer Report | BBC plums new depths with dishonest coverage of Thai crisis and attempted justification of expanding pro-regime terror campaign.
RIA Novosti | The proposal put forward by the nationalist Svoboda party, which played a key role in the street protest movement.
Michael Snyder | Russian military vehicles have been photographed in the main square of Sevastopol, and there are fears that Ukraine is about to plunge into a very bloody civil war.
politico.com | Republicans are hoping to force Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) into holding a vote.
Jerusalem Post | IAF reportedly hits targets in airstrike, killing “a number” of militants; Hezbollah denies strike on stronghold.
Thierry Meyssan | Obama has mobilized almost the entire National Security Council team.
AFP | Obama warns Karzai on security deal.
Mac Slavo | Russians raise flag over Ukranian Republic of Crimea.
theguardian.com | Culpeper county sheriff’s event features trainer John Guandolo who says Muslim Brotherhood has its hooks in US government
The Guardian | Afghan military is not commonly targeted in attacks.
AFP | Saudi Arabia in talks with Pakistan to provide anti-aircraft and anti-tank rockets to Syrian rebels.
Michael Scheuer | It always seems to start with the BBC.
voiceofrussia.com< | Inter employee told the agency there had been warnings that the buildings might be raided or have fire set to them.
Washington Post | Protestors likely to stay on the streets, however.