ISIS beheads missing American journalist
Posted: Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Why the Ukraine Crisis Is the West's Fault
The Liberal Delusions That Provoked Putin
Russia vows to strengthen navy to ward off NATO
Ukrainian and Russian Leaders Will Meet as Rebels Continue to Falter
Ukrainian forces pushed deeper into territory controlled by pro-Russian rebels on Tuesday, fighting street battles in the besieged city of Luhansk and pressuring the outer defenses of Donetsk in a further blow to the separatists' crumbling virtual state.
Russian sanctions to hit Dutch exports by $400 million euros: stats office
Russia is working on more retaliatory measures: Kremlin
Russia is working on possible additional retaliatory measures in case Western nations impose new sanctions, President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Tuesday.
Boko Haram crisis: Nigerian soldiers 'mutiny over weapons'
A group of soldiers in north-eastern Nigeria is refusing to fight Islamist Boko Haram militants until they receive better equipment, one of the mutineers has told the BBC.
Report: US exerting pressure on ICC not to open war crimes probe against Israel
'The Guardian' quotes lawyers and former court officials as saying that western pressure has influenced decision not to open probe.
Israeli Airstrikes in Gaza after 3 rockets fired at Beersheba despite cease-fire
Why Latin American leaders are standing up to Israel
The frostier their relations are with the US, the more likely they are to sympathize with the Palestinians
ISIS beheads missing American journalist James Wright Foley as warning to US to cease action in Iraq
Ferguson, Iraq, and the Legacy of 9/11
Over the past two weeks, two events have consumed the national news: the authorization of renewed American strikes in Iraq, and the heavily militarized police response to protests in Ferguson, Missouri, after a police officer shot and killed an unarmed teenager.
Ferguson police will keep arresting reporters
Police in Ferguson, Missouri, are continuing to arrest journalists and have said that they will continue to do so because of safety concerns, despite condemnation from media organizations that say such detentions are unwarranted.
German journalists arrested in Ferguson
6 more journalists arrested in Ferguson protests
Which journalists have been arrested in Ferguson?
Another Police Shooting In St. Louis, Just 3 Miles From Ferguson: "Suspect Dead At The Scene" - Live Feed
St. Louis City police shoot, kill knife-wielding suspect
St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson says officers warned a suspect multiple times to put down his weapon before they shot and killed him.
31 Arrested in Ferguson Protests Overnight; 2 Shot During Unrest
'This is the Story of Power in this Country':
Ferguson, Institutionalized Racism and the Militarization of Police
Last week, after days of violent police rampages in Ferguson, Missouri, Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin (D-Michigan) said the Senate will "review" the Defense Department program that gives military weapons and equipment to civilian police departments for free.
China chides U.S. over Ferguson violence, American racism
The World's Most Repressive Regimes Delight In U.S. Crack Down In Ferguson
Gov. Perry To Turn Himself In Today On Charges Related To Abuse Of Power
Brussels Demand on Argentina – Arrogance and Stupidity
Imagine – Argentina – and the rest of Latin America – being urged by the EU, ultimate puppet of the naked emperor, Sir Obama, not to supply Russia with food stuff – vegetables, fruit, meat – after Argentina was 'punished' by a corrupt court in New York to pay 1.5 billion dollars to the fraudulent NML Capital et al vulture funds – out of its current agreed upon debt of US$29 billion – equivalent to Argentina's total reserves.
Black market boom lays bare a social divide in Colorado's marijuana market
Nascent cannabis industry splits between wealthy with clean criminal records and those who turn to less than legal methods