Distraught Colombians Flee Venezuela as Border Dispute Intensifies
“I feel impotent. I want to cry. I lost everything overnight.”
by Ernesto Guevara, Girish Gupta
Anti-American Sentiment Runs High in Russia After Retired U.S. General Suggested “Start Killing Russians”
There are only two logical conclusions that can be reached about American foreign policy leadership in the 21st century.
by Michael Krieger

Chinese rate cut 'not enough' to dispel concerns
U.S. stocks jumped at the open.
by AP
Deadly Clashes Hit Palestinian Refugee Camp in Lebanon
At least three people killed in fighting between rival armed groups in Ain al-Hilweh camp, near city of Sidon.
by Al Jazeera

Russia Removes Colgate-Palmolive, Procter & Gamble Products Over 'high levels of toxins'
Consumer Protection Agency claims products pose health risks.
by AP
Americans, Briton Who Thwarted Attack Get France's Top Honor
France’s president presented the men with the Legion of Honor and praised them as an example of the need for action when faced with terrorism.
by AP

Analyst: "We Are Now in a Full On Market Crash"
Stocks could drop by 1000 points on a daily basis.
by Paul Joseph Watson
Global Trade In Freefall: Container Freight Rates From Asia To Europe Crash 60% In Three Weeks
The collapse in rates is nothing short of a bloodbath.
by Zero Hedge


N. Korea's Kim Puts Troops on War Footing with South
No sense of public panic in Seoul despite the dire threats.
by Park Chan-Kyong
Bilderberg China: Communist Secret Meet to Plot World Domination
Welcome to the beach resort where the Chinese Communist Party’s major players convene each year to set the country’s geopolitical and domestic agendas.
by Brendon Hong

Greek PM Tsipras Announces Resignation, Calls for Snap Election
Proposed elections on September 20.
by Newsmax
In Egypt, the "disappeared" Resurface on TV as Terrorists
Detentions and videotaped confessions are a new feature of a crackdown on dissent.
by Ahmed Aboulenein

Saudis to persuade Russia to surrender Assad?
IS was orchestrated as a so-called ‘Ukraine’ for Iran.
by Pravda
ISIS funding rooted in West, says UK analyst
Shadowy pockets of the financial sector, NGOs and charities are increasingly vulnerable to “terrorist financing abuse” as lone actors seek to unleash domestic terror attacks, a British analyst says. Tom Keatinge, director at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) Center for Financial Crime and Security Studies, argues the West’s strategy for disrupting terrorist financing is […]
by RT

Russian Minister: Americans are not enemies of Russia
“The USA is not Obama,” she said.
by RT
East Ukraine's Donetsk Republic Will Hold Referendum To Join Russia
Referendum is scheduled to take place some in early to mid November.
by Zero Hedge