EU asks member states to admit 40,000 asylum-seekers
“We … have a proposal for an emergency mechanism to relocate 40,000 asylum-seekers to other European [member] states.”
by Agence France Presse

State Dept. Sets 20-Year Record for Delaying Release of Human Rights Reports
“As of today, the 2014 Human Rights Report is 90 days past its federally mandated deadline of Feb. 25.”
by Brittany M. Hughes
How Donations to the Clinton Foundation Led to Tens of Billions in Weapons Sales to Autocratic Regimes
Another day, another Clinton Foundation related scandal.
by Michael Krieger

Clinton Foundation Donors Got Weapons Deals From Hillary Clinton's State Department
Under Hillary Clinton, the State Department approved $165 billion worth of commercial arms sales to 20 nations whose governments had given millions to the Clinton Foundation.
by David Sirota, Andrew Perez
Presidential Wanna-be Rubio Flip-flops On Mass Murdering Iraqis
Invading Iraq was what the establishment wanted.
by Kurt Nimmo

Iran commander warns of Isis threat to its security
Tehran sent troops to neighbouring Iraq to prevent further advances by Isis.
by Najmeh Bozorgmehr in
Senior NATO Official: "We'll Probably be at War This Summer"
“If we’re lucky it won’t be nuclear.”
by Paul Joseph Watson

Richard Haass: Depending on Iraqi Government Against ISIS Isn't Working
Says inaction will only result in ISIS continuing to gain territory.
by Sandy Fitzgerald
Chinese navy warns US spy plane in contested South China Sea
Escalation comes days after Beijing warned Washington that its determination to defend its territory was “unshakeable.”
by Tom Phillips

Iraq Being Divided Into Three Parts Right Before Our Very Eyes
ISIS tearing country apart.
by The Alex Jones Show
Decapitated body of Brazilian journalist and blogger investigating child prostitution ring found
Evany José Metzker is said to have been investigating a child prostitution ring.
by Alexander Sehmer

Over 1,400 suspects investigated in UK historical sex abuse inquiry
Government continues coverup of pedophile ring.
by RT
North Korea modified submarine missile launch photos, says U.S. official
North Korea is still “many years” from developing submarine-launched ballistic missiles.
by James Pearson

Why Europe Will Lead the Charge to Eliminate Cash – The Next Step in Global Meltdown
Europe will lead the world into this Economic Totalitarianism because government is now desperate to retain the Euro.
by Martin Armstrong
Suicide bomber kills 8 in northeast Nigeria
No one has claimed responsibility for the attack.
by Aminu Abubakar