Half of Europe’s Jobs Threatened by Machines
Echo of U.S. risk..
by Simon Kennedy
Video Shows Ukrainian Rebels Were 'Surprised' Doomed Aircraft Was Commercial Airliner
“Who allowed them to fly over here?”
by Paul Joseph Watson

MH17 Show & Tell: It's the West's Turn
Russia has now shown its satellite pictures and radar information from the Donetsk, Ukraine region.
by Tony Cartalucci 
Ukraine workers say another 21 bodies found at crash site
Ukraine’s emergency services agency said the total number of bodies found was 251.
by Associated Press

Dutch experts inspect bodies of crash victims in Ukraine
Flight 17 went down Thursday after being hit by a surface-to-air missile.
by Filip Warwick and Doug Stanglin
What the Media Won’t Report About Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17
It had to be Russia; it had to be Putin, they said.
by Ron Paul

Israel using flechette shells in Gaza
IDF did not deny using the shells in the conflict.
by Harriet Sherwood


Tens of thousands flee Israeli raids on Gaza
Palestinians evacuate homes as fresh air strikes on the enclave kill at least 17 people, including four children.
by Aljazeera
UK Police Arrest 660 Suspected Paedophiles
National Crime Agency detains suspected child abusers, including doctors and teachers, and takes more than 400 children into care
by Josh Halliday and Hatty Collier

Israel’s actions are radicalizing Palestinians
Israel’s attempt to batter Hamas into submission has succeeded in creating a radicalized Palestinian population.
by War In Context
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