Putin, Ukraine and the Future of Europe
Putin will support rebels in Donetsk and Lughansk—short of direct military response.
by Jack Rasmus
US Sells $11bn Worth of Arms to Qatar
Apache assault helicopters, PAC-2 missile defense complexes and Javelin man-portable anti-tank missiles..
by RT.com

Snowden files: Manipulating polls, netting from LinkedIn, YouTube in GCHQ bag of tricks
The UK’s spy agency has developed a number of crafty tools to monitor and comb the web
by RT
Editor of Russian-Language Newspaper Tortured and Killed in Eastern Ukraine
The body of journalist Sergei Dolgov was found in a park in eastern Ukraine.
by Anna Dolgov

China Bans Reporters from Sharing Information with Foreign Media
Critics say ban on sharing reporting with overseas media, or publishing outside official outlets will stifle press.
by AP
Rising Civil Unrest From British Government Workers
The British government has just invested in water cannons because they are fearing the rising tide of civil unrest.
by Martin Armstrong

Death toll of Israel’s Gaza campaign hits 101 as U.S. seeks cease-fire
Dead included at least 18 women and 12 people it described as “elderly.”
by Joel Greenberg

Fury as China Paper Publishes Japan Map with Mushroom Clouds Over Hiroshima, Nagasaki
Advert depicting mushroom clouds over cities bombed in second world war dismissed as ‘ignorant’ by Japan official.
by AFP
Super Typhoon Speeding North to Japan
Forecasters are calling Typhoon Neoguri a ‘once in decades storm’ that is ‘extremely intense’
by Reuters

Is Brzezinski Pushing Ethnic Cleansing for Eastern Ukraine?
What else could a huge shipment of urban warfare weapons be used for?
by Daniel McAdams
Chilean court rules US played key role in Pinochet murder of Americans
Declassified State Department documents confirm US role in murders.
by Barry Grey

American Teen Released from Jail After Alleged Beating by Israeli Police
Israeli police have not denied it is their men beating the Florida teen.
by Alexander Marquardt
State Department Rebukes Israel for Arrest of American Teen
Student was in Israel “attending a demonstration following the death of his cousin, Mohammed Abu Khdeir.”
by Joel Gehrke

U.N. Slams Australia's Tough New Border Laws
The U.N. is always on the lookout to chastise or punish Western nations for protecting themselves..
by William Bigelow
About 40 Politicians In On U.K. Pedophile Ring: Report
Whistleblower says up to 40 members of parliament and peers knew about or took part in the child abuse network.
by Press TV