Ukraine’s President, to the People He’s Bombing: Go to Hell!
Poroshenko is bombing people to get rid of them.
by Eric Zuesse
Russia to G-20: We're here. So are our warships
Russian warships have entered international waters off the northeast Australian coast.
by AP

U.S. judge upholds BP 'gross negligence' Gulf spill ruling
Means BP could still face close to $18 billion of penalties for violating the federal Clean Water Act.
by Jonathan Stempel
Putin: Russian Economy Won't Be Dominated by 'Dollar Dictatorship'
Russia is leaving the dictatorship of the market where oil goods are based on the dollar.
by Sputnik

Media Blackout as U.S. Sponsors Genocide in Southeastern Ukraine
Due to the Internet, this is the first genocide that is being documented in real time, as it occurs.
by Eric Zuesse
Kim Jong-un accountable for massive human rights atrocities, says UN
“Systematic torture, starvation and killings that were comparable to Nazi-era atrocities…”
by Reuters

Obama’s Secret Treaty Would Be The Most Important Step Toward A One World Economic System
Barack Obama is secretly negotiating the largest international trade agreement in history.
by Michael Snyder
Afghanistan opium harvest at record high as Nato withdraws
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime said opium production was up by 17% since last year.
by BBC

‘A mass sterilization exercise’: Kenyan doctors find anti-fertility agent in UN tetanus vaccine
Kenya’s Catholic bishops are charging two United Nations organizations with sterilizing millions of girls and women.
by Steve Weatherbe
Putin Suggests Drop in Oil Prices Caused by Political Manipulation
Putin says oil prices endemic to East vs. West relations.
by Reuters

Pepsi and FedEx among Hundreds of Companies Using Luxembourg to Avoid Taxes
Corporations reduce tax obligations by billions of dollars.
German Bank Charging NEGATIVE Interest to its Customers
Bank charges customers for storing money created by bank.
by Simon Black

Report: Obama Administration Pressured News Outlets to Not Report Suspected Ebola Cases
Associated Press and other news outlets have agreed not to report on suspected cases of Ebola.
by Jim Hoft
University serves up worm nuggets to students
Students are no stranger to the beans on toast diet but one university canteen in Belgium is serving up a different delicacy of insect-based foods.
by Keely Lockhart

China to Send 1,000 Medics to West Africa
Beijing says it will help combat Ebola outbreak.
by Al Jazeera
The West is silent as Libya falls into the abyss
West intervened in somebody else’s civil war and tried to dictate who won.
by Patrick Cockburn