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Nigeria girls' abduction: Protest march in Abuja
Posted: Thursday, May 1, 2014

Nigeria girls' abduction: Protest march in Abuja
Hundreds of mainly women protesters have marched through the Nigerian capital, Abuja, to press for the release of 230 schoolgirls abducted by militants two weeks ago.

EU peacekeepers take charge at Central African Republic airport, violence rages

The Lessons of Cliven Bundy and Donald Sterling

A US death row inmate in Oklahoma died of a heart attack after his execution was halted because the lethal injection of three drugs failed to work properly.
The execution of Clayton Lockett, 38, was halted after 20 minutes, when one of his veins ruptured, preventing the drugs from taking full effect.
The execution of a fellow inmate, due two hours later, was postponed.
Courtney Francisco, a reporter with KFOR TV in Oklahoma, described what she was able to witness of the execution before prison officials closed the blinds on the window into the viewing room.

Oklahoma inmate Tasered by prison staff on day of botched execution
Timeline report from director of Oklahoma corrections department also recommends indefinite stay of executions in the state

The Fool, the Demagogue, and the Former KGB Colonel
The fool is John Kerry. His statement that "You just don't in the 21st century behave in 19th century fashion by invading another country on a completely trumped-up pretext," has to be regarded as an Orwellian classic and may be his signifier in future history books, in the unlikely event that he makes it at all.

Putin: Washington behind Ukraine events all along, though flying low

Kerry warns of "hot confrontation" with Russia

Kerry's Propaganda War on Russia's RT
Secretary of State Kerry, who has bumbled through a string of propaganda fiascos on Ukraine, decries Russia's RT network as a "propaganda bullhorn" that Americans should ignore – just trust what the U.S. government tells you, an idea that ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern rejects.

Pro-Russian protesters storm prosecutor's office in Ukraine's Donetsk

Russia stages first Red Square May Day parade since Soviet days

Russia says EU should be "ashamed" over sanctions
Russia suggested on Tuesday the European Union should be ashamed of itself for "doing Washington's bidding" by punishing Moscow with sanctions over the crisis in Ukraine.

Russia says not retaliating against Western sanctions for now

NATO official: Russia now an adversary

Canadian CF-18 fighter jets leave for Europe to aid crisis in Ukraine

China-Russia to Hold East China Sea Naval Drills

Ukrainian president says security forces 'helpless' to stop separatists' spread

Americans Want to Pull Back From World Stage, Poll Finds
Nearly Half Surveyed in WSJ/NBC Poll Back Anti—Interventionist Stance That Sweeps Across Party Lines

US Contractors Profiled 'Cuban Twitter' Responses

British Spy Chiefs Secretly Begged to Play in NSA's Data Pools

Kerry "apartheid" controversy shows limits on debate over Israel
John Kerry has offered us a reminder that in American politics, the debate about our closest ally in the Middle East has all the candor and thoughtfulness of a cabinet meeting in North Korea.

I-Team: I-80 cash seizures by sheriff's office raises questions
If someone with a gun stops you and takes your money -- would you call police? What if the person who takes your money also has a badge?

China poised to pass US as world's leading economic power
Statistics from world's leading agencies revolutionise picture of world's economic landscape

Wall Street Journal outlines US military options against China
An article in the Wall Street Journal last Sunday revealed that the Pentagon has devised a range of "military options" to intervene against China in territorial disputes in the South and East China Seas.

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