IMF in Talks With African Nations to Expand Bailouts for Ebola Crisis
More debt slavery by the money creators.
by The Wall Street Journal
US, EU levy sanctions on Russia despite cease-fire
Russia is the largest oil exporter outside of OPEC.
by Associated Press

Faber: McDonald’s tells us why the market will collapse
Perfect example of the damage being done by central banks.
by Alex Rosenberg
Once Again Obama Shows That He Is Clueless About What Is Going On In The Middle East
Is Obama really that clueless about what is going on in the Middle East?
by Michael Snyder

Male Birth Control, Without Condoms, Will Be Here by 2017
Reversible form of male birth control just took one step closer to your vas deferens.
by Samantha Allen
Gates Foundations pledges $50 million to 'fight' Ebola epidemic
Virus has already killed almost 2,300 people in the worst outbreak of the virus in history.
by Kate Kelland

Brazil's Killing Fields
Each year, Brazilian law enforcement is purportedly involved in around 2,000 killings.
by Robert Muggah
The Ukraine Crisis Remains Unresolved
Some Western commentators interpret the cease fire in Ukraine obtained by President Putin as a victory for Russia.
by Paul Craig Roberts

Ebola Spreads to Southern Nigeria
3 Cases Confirmed and 60 at ‘High Risk.’
by Elizabeth Barber
Ukraine dominates day one of NATO summit
Friday ceasefire is conditional on attendance at tripartite talks in Minsk.
by Euronews

Canadian beekeepers sue Bayer, Syngenta over neonicotinoid pesticides
Class action lawsuit seeks $400 million in damages.
by CBC News
No End in Sight for Cannibal Crickets Eating Through Eastern USA
“We don’t know what kind of impact this species has on local ecosystems.”
by Jennifer Viegas

Brazil Goes into Recession After Two Quarter Slide
Brazil has dropped into a recession in the first half of the year as GDP falls and investments drop sharply.
by Sarah Brown
Warning to the World: Washington and its NATO & EU Vassals are Insane
The insanity that Washington has released upon the world knows no restraint.
by Paul Craig Roberts

James Foley Worked Under USAID, a Known U.S. Intelligence Front. Was He More Than Just a Journalist?
The question as to whether or not he was more than just a journalist is a reasonable one to ask.
by Michael Krieger
Scientists Discover Evidence of Huge Tsunamis Hitting Malta - And They Could Hit Again
Scientists warning Maltese authorities about possible future event.
by Steve Connor