Patrick L Young | Maidan dreams are turning abruptly into a nightmare as coup gives way to penury.
Ron Paul | Last week Congress overwhelmingly passed a bill approving a billion dollars in aid to Ukraine and more sanctions on Russia.
AP | President moves island economically closer to China.
WND | Gov’t wants to assign a bureaucrat to every child born in Scotland.
Kurt Nimmo | Plan will impose austerity measures rivaling those decimating living standards of the Greek people.
AFP | Several couples are vying to make history by saying “I do” in the first few minutes of Saturday morning.
Tony Cartalucci | It has been revealed that NATO has been planning a false flag attack against Turkey to justify the Turkish invasion of northern Syria.
Noah Rothman | Both administration officials and members of Congress are increasingly concerned.
AFP | Maduro’s administration has carried out a widening crackdown on protesters.
Michael Snyder | Why in the world is the Vatican searching for extraterrestrial life?
National Post | Dictator wants all men to look like him.
Olga Shedrova | 1933-34 events in Germany closely resemble the contemporary situation in Ukraine.
Zero Hedge | Nothing to see here, move along.
Infowars.com | A concise primer on what the corporate media’s not telling you.
BBC | Locals suspect black magic rituals were behind the scores of skeletons and rotting corpses found there.
Reuters | Human Rights High Commissioner Navi Pillay says colonies are at the core of human rights violations in the West Bank.
RT | Tymoshenko claims it is an FSB edited setup.
London Telegraph | Sources close to investigation tell Telegraph that team working on MH370 mystery believe it was crashed deliberately.
Washington’s Blog | Corrupt Government Officials – Many of Whom Are Atheists – Use the Most Extreme Forms of Religion to Divide and Conquer Us.
BBC | A court in Egypt has sentenced to death 528 supporters of ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.
Zero Hedge | Venice has not been fully independent since 1797.
Ron Paul | It was almost ten years ago when, before the House International Relations Committee, I objected to the US Government funding NGOs to meddle in the internal affairs of Ukraine.
BBC | Protesters gathered in downtown Taipei protesting against a proposed trade deal with China.
RT | Government estimates around 45 percent of graduates will be unable to pay back their loans.
Breitbart | The number of tweets from Turkey has not dropped despite the government block on the service, according to statistics.
The Guardian | Gunmen stuffed pistols in their socks to evade security before raking ‘safe’ restaurant with bullets.
BBC News | May the looting commence.
David Webb | Who wins who loses, we all should care.
Zero Hedge | Funny how history not only rhymes, but sometimes repeats itself.
Kurt Nimmo | You won’t hear this on CNN or Fox News. Instead you’ll get the latest on the lost airplane.
Reuters | Psychologist dismissed from his job at TurkStat kills local manager and five others before turning the gun on himself.
France 24 | Agenda 21 will send civilization back to the Middle Ages.
Yahoo! News | Did MH370 switch codes?
RT | A video of the incident has been posted online.
Washington’s Blog | Shouldn’t We Find Out Who’s Responsible Before We Start Beating the War Drums?
Bloomberg | Russia’s economy is showing signs of a crisis, the government in Moscow said.
Lew Rockwell Blog | Ron Paul has an op-ed in Tuesday’s USA Today wondering why the US is so eager to saddle up for war over a relatively insignificant piece of land thousands of miles away.
Paul Craig Roberts | Washington’s plan to seize Ukraine and to evict Russia from its Black Sea naval base has come amiss. But as Lenin said, “two steps forward, one step back.”
Reuters | Recognizes Ukraine’s Crimea region as a sovereign state.
rt.com | International mission is the third one starting from the beginning of March.
bloomberg.com | Imposed sanctions on seven top Russian government officials and four others from Ukraine.
voiceofrussia.com | Says voting was well organized and there were no breaches of democracy.
ria.ru | China, a close ally of Russia, abstained from the vote.
latimes.com | Nationalists prompted broad Crimean unease.
Business Insider | “It is conclusive.”
Min Zeng | Some analysts think the crisis in Ukraine is sparking the move.
Reuters | Military radar data suggests jet was flown off course for hundreds of miles.
Xinhua | A knife fight broke out between businessmen in northern Changsha City, the provincial capital.
Bloomberg | Offenses can be as minor as a parking ticket, smoking in prohibited areas or even jaywalking.
RIA Novosti | Russian radio station Ekho Moskvy said Friday it has blocked access to a blog written for its website by anti-Kremlin activist.