Japanese navy gets biggest flat-top since WWII-era aircraft carriers
“The vessel can serve in a wide range of roles including peace keeping operations, international disaster relief and aid…”
by Reuters
The Real ‘Everyday Sexism’ Is Against Men
Under the self-righteous standard of the Everyday Sexism Project, Twitter protesters immediately went to war.
by Martin Daubney

Mexico Captures 'El Rama,' Regional Commander of Zetas Cartel
Federal authorities reportedly captured him early Monday while traveling in an SUV in the city of Nuevo Laredo.
by Brianna Lee
150 feared dead after plane crashes in French Alps
Officials say survivors unlikely after Germanwings flight goes down with Spaniards, Germans and Turks reported on board.
by Al Jazeera

Israel Spied on Iran Nuclear Talks With U.S.
Ally’s snooping upset White House because information was used to lobby Congress to try to sink a deal.
by Adam Entous
David Cameron won’t seek third time as British Prime Minister
“There definitely comes a time when a fresh pair of eyes or fresh leadership would be good.”
by AFP

EU and Greece Running Out of Time – As Bank Runs Intensify, Bail-Ins Likely
Greece is more insolvent and Europe has bought time to deal
by Zero Hedge
Ecuador’s President Accuses CIA of Involvement in Opposition Protests
Correa said right-wing groups and the CIA were likely involved in the nation-wide protest action.
by Sputnik


Germany riot targets new ECB headquarters in Frankfurt
Dozens of people have been hurt and some 350 people arrested .
by BBC
Tunisian hostage-takers killed, ending siege in which gunmen killed 19
Assailants stormed parliament compound in Tunis, before holding tourists at nearby museum.
by Al Jazeera

Greek PM To Meet With Putin Amid Cash Crunch
Oh, the geopolitical ironies.
by Zero Hedge
Iranian Dissidents Criticize Obama’s Nuclear Diplomacy
Dissidents say W.H. ignoring the issues of human rights.
by Adam Kredo

Pakistan Carries Out Mass Hangings
12 convicts hung in jails across the country.
by BBC News
Pedophilia in Britain ‘woven into the fabric of society’ – Theresa May
May said Britons still do not appreciate the “true scale of that abuse.”
by RT.com

Rising energy prices will challenge western way of life – MoD report
Fuelling internal unrest and the rise of nationalist movements.
by Nafeez Ahmed
Nearly a million protest Brazil's president, economy, corruption
Demand the ouster of President Dilma Rousseff over government corruption.
by Paulo Prada