RIA Novosti | Russian radio station Ekho Moskvy said Friday it has blocked access to a blog written for its website by anti-Kremlin activist.
Paul Craig Roberts | The Failure Of German Leadership.
News.com.au | This is not Ukraine, it’s Venezuela.
UK Daily Mail | US investigators think that Malaysian Airlines flight 370 remained airborne for four more hours after vanishing.
Michael Snyder | Barack Obama’s “two state” peace plan would not just permanently divide the land of Israel.
bbc.com | Police used water cannon to disperse a protest in Istanbul’s Taksim Square.
Tony Cartalucci | US only condemned attack as “act of terror” after China accused Washington of applying double standards to coverage.
AFP | Deal reached Tuesday by a senior official of Russia’s state atomic energy agency Rosatom, IRNA said.
Mac Slavo | Over a dozen nations have now mobilized search teams for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
UK Daily Mail | In Beijing, there was fury from families of the 239 people on board, who are desperate for any news.
BBC | Maoist rebels stoke Indian election worries with brazen ambush killing 20 soldiers.
Al Jazeera | Unclear who killed student during street clashes in San Cristobal, where anti-government protests have been fiercest.
Mike Adams | There are some astonishing things you’re not being told about Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
UK Daily Mail | Relatives claimed they were able to call the cellphones of their missing loved ones.
reuters.com | Russia said the United States had spurned an invitation to hold new talks on resolving the crisis.
AFP | Court banned defendant from travelling for eight years and posting on social media.
Klein Online | Investigators would be wise to thoroughly examine the possibility of a missile attack.
UK Mirror | Malaysia’s civil aviation chief Azharuddin Abdul Rahman admitted the whereabouts of the lost aircraft remains “a mystery”.
Fox News | Evidence points to a planned attack.
reuters.com | Ukraine has fallen into the hands of far-right fascist groups.
Sun Daily | Reportedly died of pneumonia and malnutrition in a stretch of the Thar desert.
Michael Snyder | The U.S. government and the Russian government have both been forced into positions where neither one of them can afford to back down.
Richard Sale | Most of the NED, and its affiliated organizations, deals with influencing political processes abroad.
The Guardian | White House pushes for sanctions against Russia.
London Telegraph | More tyranny under the guise of “public health.”
Michael Snyder | There are a lot of evil nations in the world today, but it is fairly easy to make a case that North Korea is the worst of them all.
Infowars.com | Tens of thousands of people loyal to the late leader are due to flood the country’s streets.
Paul Joseph Watson | False flag killings used to delegitimize Yanukovich government.
Jacob G. Hornberger | US officials and the mainstream press are aflame with outrage and indignation over Russia’s invasion of Crimea.
UK Daily Mail | Downing Street only confirmed details when pressed by Mail as further sex allegations against PM’s friend emerge.
Gulf News | Cabinet outlaws all forms of advertising, promotion and sponsorship.
AFP | The authorities accuse groups of using places of worship to spread their ideology and enrol new recruits.
Paul Craig Roberts | The puppet politicians who Washington intended to put in charge of Ukraine have lost control.
Michael Snyder | In World War II, the United States fought against rabidly anti-Semitic fascists.
Financial Times | Adds to turmoil from chaotic and violent political transition.
Sky News | Russia is in “operational control” of Crimea as soldiers surround Ukrainian troops and seize a ferry port.
Xinhua | Egyptian criminal court sentenced two policemen to 10 years in jail on Monday for killing a political activist in 2010.
CNS News | Russian military intervention in Ukraine could go beyond Crimea.
Lew Rockwell Blog | Poor John Kerry. He is prone to foot-in-mouth syndrome, but clearly the stress is getting to him.
CNN | Ukrainian PM says Russian actions are “a declaration of war.”
Infowars.com | Ukraine charges Admiral Denis Berezovsky with treason.
DailyMail.co.uk | Attack took place at the Kunming Railway Station in Yunnan province.
Press TV | People take to streets in Ankara to protest corruption scandal that embroiled government of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
AFP | Angry exiled residents say they are too fearful ever to go home.
Telegraph | Russian foreign ministry admits to entering Crimea from its Black Sea Fleet base.
Infowars.com | There are several striking parallels between the events unfolding in Ukraine and Venezuela.
Olga Tanas | Says he’s still the eastern European country’s rightful leader.
RT | A group of unidentified armed men in military uniforms have raided Simferopol International Airport in the capital of Crimea, Ukraine’s autonomous region.
Daily Caller | As the fires die down from the turmoil in Kiev, the controversial Svoboda Party is set to reap the benefits of the new government arrangement.
Kurt Nimmo | Right Sector thug slaps around former government employee.