Saudi Arabia Executed 175 People in Past Year, Says Amnesty International
On average, one person every two days was put to death in kingdom, says new report, with figures for 2015 already ahead of those for whole of last year.
by The Guardian
Trump: Chinese Economic Crisis Could Lead to a Depression
“This could get very messy”.
by Paul Joseph Watson

Chinese Markets Crash Again In Biggest Collapse In 20 Years
The key Shanghai Composite Index sank another 7.63 percent Tuesday, extending its worst four-day rout since 1996.
by RT
China Censoring Black Monday On Country’s Biggest Search Engine
Baidu, stopping citizens looking for information about financial chaos.
by London Independent

Pesticides in Paradise: Hawaii's Spike in Birth Defects Puts Focus on GM Crops
Local doctors are in the eye of a storm swirling for the past three years over whether corn that’s been genetically modified to resist pesticides is a source of prosperity, as companies claim, or of birth defects and illnesses.
by Christopher Pala
Aussie stockmarket tumbles amid growing fears over health of global economy
Index tumbled 2.6 per cent within the first 30 minutes of trade.
by Belinda Tasker

Is This Black Monday Crash The BIG ONE? It Doesn’t Matter
Much of what has gone on in the shadow banking sector remains unknown and carefully hidden.
by Raúl Ilargi Meijer
Kim Jong-un orders combat-ready forces to missile attack
Seoul meanwhile is getting ready for counteraction.

23 Nations Around The World Where Stock Market Crashes Are Already Happening
Sounding the alarm about an imminent global financial crash.
by Michael Snyder
Anti-terror Law Clamps Down on Egyptian Journalists
Could issue journalists exorbitant fines and suspend them from work if they produce “false” reporting on militant attacks.
by Brian Rohan

The Russian Media Is Talking About What Is Coming In September
But the U.S. media has been strangely silent.
by Michael Snyder
US Drones to Keep Eye on Ukraine
US military will drastically increase drone flights over the next four years.
by Sputnik

German Citizens Seek to Stop West-Russia Confrontation due Threat of WWIII
World is now closer to the brink of nuclear war than ever.
by Sputnik
TTIP Controversy: Secret Trade Deal Can Only be Read in Secure 'reading room' in Brussels
The European Commission is increasing security of the TTIP text following leaks.
by Zachary Davies Boren

To Save Bees, Some States Sting Pesticide Use
Advocates hope they can stem future colony losses by addressing pesticide use and protecting habitats.
by Sarah Breitenbach
Sakurajima Volcano: Chance of Large Eruption 'extremely high'
Japan raises eruption warning for southern volcano to second-highest level and tells thousands of residents to prepare for a possible evacuation.
by AFP