North Korea Fires Three Short-Range Rockets as Pope Visits South Korea
Launches come ahead of U.S.-South Korean military exercise.
by Reuters
Russian Military Vehicles Cross Into Ukraine
Convoy had been planned to go through a Ukrainian-held border crossing.
by Jeremy Bender

Population Controllers Call Babies “Carbon Legacies,” a Threat to the Environment
Children are children, not bundles of carbon producers.
by Wesley J. Smith
Bank of England Governor Confirms Contingency Plans After Scottish Bank Run Warning
The Bank of England Governor says uncertainty over a separate Scotland’s currency could cause financial instability following warnings people would move their savings south of the Border.
by Simon Johnson

India Mulls Rouble for Russia Trade
India is exploring the possibility of replacing the dollar and euro with the rupee and rouble in its trade with old ally Russia…
by Charu Sudan Kasturi
Right Sector fighters killed in Ukraine
Taking part in a military operation near Donetsk and were ambushed.
by Reuters

Ron Paul on Iraq: ‘The Sooner We Get Out of There the better’
“I think it’s a little bit late to salvage all the mistakes…”
Euro falters for 2nd day as German sentiment worsens
Euro falls against the dollar.
by Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss

ECB's Draghi Cautions Over Ukraine Impact
Possibility of an escalation in Ukraine casts shadow over eurozone’s fragile upswing.
by David McHugh
Whistleblower: Fed "Highly Alarmed" About Bitcoin Conquering Dollar System
Internal report revealed cryptocurrency would supercede existing Fed monopoly within 12 years.
by Paul Joseph Watson

Will Putin Realize That Russia Holds The Cards?
Europe has acquiesced to Washington’s drive to war with Russia, a war that is likely to be the final war for humanity.
by Paul Craig Roberts
Vladimir Putin signs historic $20bn oil deal with Iran to bypass Western sanctions
Russian government will help Iran bring its oil to market.
by Andrew Trotman

General Killed in Afghanistan Identified
Highest-ranking U.S. officer to be killed in combat since 1970.
Boko Haram Emptying Towns in Revenge for Vigilante Efforts Against Them
Boko Haram members walked door to door, disguised as beggars.
by Frances Martel