AFP | Qin Zhihui, who was detained in official effort to gain greater control over social media, found guilty of ‘provoking troubles.’
3 News.co.nz | Violence adds to concerns about Brazil’s ability to deliver a safe World Cup.
RT | The manager of the stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant has admitted not having full control of the facility.
Kurt Nimmo | Kerry meeting nullified by Pentagon announcement to send military aid to Ukraine.
yalibnan.com | Prince Bandar was leading Saudi Arabia’s efforts to finance, arm and unify the Syrian rebellion.
Consortium News | the U.S. news media continues to feed the American public a steady dose of anti-Russian propaganda.
Reuters | An estimated 9 billion rubles ($249 million) had been withdrawn after the sanctions were imposed.
Daily News Egypt | Reports indicate live ammunition was used during dispersal of student protest; Ministry of Interior denies claims.
Neil Clark | Just a few weeks later, we’re told that people occupying government buildings in Ukraine are not ‘pro-democracy protestors’ but ‘terrorists’ or ‘militants’.
RIA Novosti | “The main armored transport vehicle had a Russian flag on it and they left together with our [protesters] towards Slaviansk,” a witness said.
theguardian.com | First significant military action in east of country as troops clash with armed pro-Russian gunmen in airfield.
Kurt Nimmo | CFR member wants to heighten tension with Russia.
Tony Cartalucci | US-EU legitimacy is crippled as their Kiev regime uses overt, systematic violence and intimidation to consolidate its hold over Ukraine.
AFP | Using technology to practice shooting on laser simulators.
Reuters | Breach allowed someone to extract social insurance numbers..
Paul Craig Roberts | How does Washington get away with the claim that the country it rules is a democracy and has freedom?
Ben Swann | What the media isn’t telling you.
Greek Reporter | Clashes occurred in Athens today when police tried to evict a gathering of shop workers protesting Sunday opening hours.
RT | Casualties were reported on both sides as gunfire broke out in Slavyansk in eastern Ukraine.
Reuters | At least 20 men armed with pistols and rifles took over the police and security services headquarters in Slaviansk.
AFP | With the start of the World Cup two months away, Brazil has stepped up security efforts in the metropolis.
The Telegraph | Government of provincial capital in west China admits water supply contaminated by potentially deadly toxic chemical.
AFP | First time he has made such an apology since being elected last year..
RT | The satellite images released by NATO that allegedly show a current build-up of Russian troops near Ukrainian border were taken in August 2013 amid military drills.
reuters.com | NATO presented satellite photographs it said showed Russian deployments of 40,000 troops near Ukrainian frontier.
Reuters | Russia says NATO is creating imaginary threats to justify its existence.
Adam Withnall | David Cameron has claimed divine inspiration.
AFP | US denied visa to Tehran’s newly appointed UN ambassador over alleged links to 1979 US hostage crisis.
BBC | Egyptian court sentences four men to prison for committing homosexual acts.
Zero Hedge | The murder is the result of a disgruntled fund manager.
Kurt Nimmo | Weapon reportedly given to “moderate” mercenary forces in Syria.
Washington Free Beacon | Maduro called for ‘dialogue and diplomacy’ with opposition last week.
Voice of Russia | “..we call upon our brothers and sisters to hack, deface, hijack, database leak, admin takeover, and DNS terminate Israeli cyberspace..”
Paul Craig Roberts | The Obama regime has issued simultaneous threats to the enemy it is making out of Russia and to its European NATO allies.
The Daily Sheeple | “If the Chinese have discovered this, they have found a new way of finding a needle in a haystack,”
theguardian.com | 800,000 minority Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed in the four-month killing spree.
nbcnews.com | Tensions have been building between North Korea and its neighbors.
Fox News | Child arrested with father during demonstration.
Tony Cartalucci | Saudi Arabia must choose between reform & rapprochement or eventual betrayal & destruction.
theaviationist.com | Launching two B-52s and two B-2s in a synchronized strike attack training mission does not happen every day.
AFP | Turkey moved to block Twitter after corruption claims went viral on the social media site.
Zero Hedge | If you said the complete absence of US Dollars anywhere in the funds flow you are correct.
Paul Craig Roberts | Disinformation succeeds because so many people and interest groups across the political spectrum find that it serves their agendas as well as the agenda of the government.
The Independent | Farage exposes the EU.
CNS News | Eyewitnesses have given a harrowing account of the murder in Cairo of a young Coptic Christian woman.
Independent.co.uk | Atheists, peaceful protesters and those who go to fight abroad have all been brought under the auspices of new “anti-terror” laws.
voltairenet.org | In the hearts and minds of the public Crimea has always been an integral part of Russia.
Rick Moran | Why did the CIA ignore their own station chief in Libya when developing its talking points for the administration?
U.S. News | Prominent Russians harp on claims of bandits and U.S. ‘militarization.’
Patrick L Young | Maidan dreams are turning abruptly into a nightmare as coup gives way to penury.