Hillary Clinton Got The Benghazi Talking Points BEFORE Rest Of Obama Administration
Clinton knew the Obama White House’s Benghazi talking points BEFORE the White House even sent them around.
by PATRICK HOWLEY
Greenpeace activists 'damage' ancient Nazca lines
Peru to seek criminal charges.
by RT

Hush money: CIA paid Poland to host its secret prisons and detainees
Poland cooperated in the CIA’s rendition program.
by RT
Palestinian minister dies at West Bank protest
Died from complications related to exposure to tear gas…
by BBC

Hong Kong Official to Protestors: Disperse Within 20 Hours
Law enforcement will take action against anyone who opposes.
by Sputnik
Countries vow to resettle more than 100,000 Syrian refugees
“The international community needs to step up to the plate.”
by AFP

LeBron James touches Kate Middleton, causes uproar
Protocol “prohibits anyone from touching or kissing members of the royal family.”
by Tony Hicks
CIA Paid Millions to Company for Developing Interrogation Techniques
Company established by two psychologists with no background on interrogation made millions.
by Sputnik


Saakashvili, US Citizen Reportedly to Take Positions in Ukraine Government
Georgia’s former president Mikhail Saakashvili rumored to assume post of Vice Prime Minister.
by Sputnik News
North Korea: From Hermit Kingdom to Merchant Kingdom?
Black markets exist in North Korea to provide population with necessities.
by J. Wiltz

Egypt sentences nearly 200 to death over attack on police
Charged over the killing of 11 policemen last year…
by AP
North Korea refuses to deny role in Sony cyber-attack
North Korea has assembled a sophisticated cyber-attack unit.
by Justin McCurry

Hong Kong student leader calls on protesters to regroup after announcing hunger strike
Protesters have occupied key streets for more than two months.
by Japan Times
China will not go to war for N. Korea, former general says
“Should North Korea really collapse, not even China can save it…”
by Japan Times

Saudi woman arrested at UAE border for driving
Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world which does not allow women to drive.
by AFP
China bans wordplay in attempt at pun control
Officials say casual alteration of idioms risks nothing less than ‘cultural and linguistic chaos’, despite their common usage.
by Tania Branigan