Could Globalists Be Plotting a Project Bluebeam?
Jim Marrs discusses the sudden timing of this disclosure.
by Infowars Nightly News
Obama Draws Criticism for Saying Ethiopia Is Democratic
Ruling party “won” every seat in parliament in May elections.
by Christopher Torchia

Russia Names US NGO 'Undesirable'
“Taking into account the overall aim of the endowment’s work, prosecutors came to the conclusion that it presents a threat to the constitutional order of Russia…”
by Voice of America
The Dark Side of China’s Heavy-handed Response to its Plunging Stock Markets
Chinese stock markets plummeted Monday…
by Ana Swanson

US Behind Migration Crisis in Europe - Putin
Putin claims that the United States stands at the origin of many problems that the European Union faces.
by Sputnik
North Korea to U.S.: We Will Beat You
Anniversary is hailed in North Korea as a victory over the U.S.
by Eric Talmadge

Former Finance Minister Reveals Cloak and Dagger 'Plan B' for Greece, Awaits Treason Charges
Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis claims he was authorised by Alexis Tsipras to look into a parallel payment system.
by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
Greece's Headache: How to Lift the Capital Controls?
For the past month, Greece has been financially cut off from the rest of the world.
by Aurelia End


Pentagon chief tells Saudi Arabia: Iran threat is shared concern
Sunni Muslim kingdom is engaged in a contest for power with Shi’ite Iran.
by Reuters
"Global Warming" Expedition Foiled by Record Ice
Arctic ice the worst it’s been in 20 years, according to Coast Guard.
by Kit Daniels

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange: Britain treats me worse than a war criminal
Attacked the “gruelling bail conditions” imposed by British courts.
by Matthew Holehouse
Report: Escaped Drug Lord "El Chapo" Helped by Mexican Government
Mexican governors met with El Chapo off-the-record.
by Wayne Madsen

Police shot dead, protesters detained after suicide bombing roils Turkish
Turkish police detained 11 people as anti-government protests follow a deadly attack on Kurdish town blamed on ISIL.
by Al Jazeera
Thousands of Ukraine ultranationalists gather on Maidan, announce ‘new revolution’
Plans to initiate a referendum on a vote of no-confidence in the Ukrainian authorities.
by RT

German Officials to Ask US for Clarity on Latest Spy Claims
Foreign Ministry says claims constitute “unacceptable espionage against partners.”
by Associated Press
Swedish Immigration Officer Exposed as Jihadist Sympathizer
Claims criticism that she advocated ISIS propaganda represents “Islamophobia”.
by Paul Joseph Watson