Islamic State Group Wants To Destabilize Former USSR Republics, Says Russian Intelligence Chief
“It creates cells in different regions in the world and openly states that it intends to destabilize the situation in CIS and Central Asia.”
by Christopher Harress
Obama Bombs Libya
America’s imperial agenda is lawless by any standard.
by Stephen Lendman

US may send F-22 fighter jets to Europe to counter Russian ‘threat’
A senior US Air Force official called the current situation with Russia “the biggest threat” on her mind.
by RT
Hundreds of British Jihadis back home 'active' MI5 warns
Analyst says British government exaggerating threat.
by RT

Saudi Warplanes Destroy 2,500 Year Old Heritage Site In Yemen
2,500 year-old collection of homes, towers, gardens, mosques, and public baths.
by Zero Hedge
‘Mature’ EMP Weapon Ready for War: “Render Enemy’s Electronics, Data Systems Useless”
The Air Force is ready to embrace EMP as the status quo of future warfare.
by Mac Slavo

U.S., Russian aircraft came within 10 feet over Black Sea
Russian jet flew alongside the U.S. plane at the same altitude.
by Barbara Starr
Nato Fleet Performs Manoeuvres in Baltic Sea
An RAF Chinook captures aerial views of the largest ever Nato exercise of its kind, involving 49 warships from 17 nations.
by Telegraph

Russian aircraft head off American destroyer in Black Sea
U.S. destroyer Ross was moving along the edge of Russia’s territorial waters.
by Reuters

World War III Will Kill Billions
How bad will a major war be?
by The Alex Jones Show
Israel Launches Air Strikes in Gaza After Rocket Attack
Israeli army said it struck “four terror infrastructures in the southern Gaza Strip.”
by AFP

Russia Can Build Nuclear Ship Equipped With Air Defense System
“It will not be difficult from a technical point of view…”
by Sputnik
US-China war 'inevitable' unless Washington drops demands over South China Sea
China’s forces will no longer be limited to defense of the nation’s territory.
by Julian Ryall

About 100 US, European Jets Join Arctic Exercise Near Russia
Plans are for exercises every second year, testing everything from shooting down airborne targets to mid-air refueling.
by Reuters
Britain sends biggest warship for NATO drills on Russian border
The latest ratcheting up of tensions comes amid a Cold-War low in relations between Russia and NATO.