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Inequality Will Get Worse Until There's a Revolution
Posted: Monday, May 2, 2016

Another Reason for Brexit: EU 'Was a CIA Project from the Beginning'
If supporters of the UK's exit from the European Union didn't have enough reasons to vote yes on exit, they may have just got another one: according to journalist Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, the European project was a CIA-inspired scheme from the start.

Inequality Will Get Worse Until There's a Revolution
America's wealth concentration has increased tenfold since Bill Clinton first ran for president.

Iran asks U.N. chief to intervene with U.S. after court ruling
Iran asked U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon on Thursday to convince the United States to stop violating state immunity after the top U.S. court ruled that $2 billion in frozen Iranian assets must be paid to American victims of attacks blamed on Tehran.

Iraqi PM: Security restored in Baghdad after protesters storm Green Zone

Protesters in Iraq's green zone begin to withdraw
Demonstrators leave at behest of their leaders, who are demanding the formation of a new cabinet and government reform

Barack Obama in surprise swipe at Clinton at final correspondents' dinner
As expected, the president mocked Donald Trump but also made fun of his fellow Democrat's efforts to attract younger voters

The Unspoken Truth is that America is Supporting Al Qaeda
Heavy Propaganda Rages in the Battle for Aleppo. The Terrorists are Portrayed as "Freedom Fighters"

Civilian deaths in Syria surge as US-Russian brokered ceasefire unravels
More than 200 civilians, including 35 children, were killed as military violence erupted across Syria this week, leaving the ceasefire agreement brokered by US and Russian diplomats in February in tatters.

Russia Rises From the Mat
The U.S. government doesn't want to admit that its heady "unipolar" days are over with Russia no longer the doormat of the 1990s, but Washington's arrogance risks war, even nuclear annihilation, explains Gilbert Doctorow.

Russia Says U.S. Buildup Violates Syrian Sovereignty
Planned increase of U.S. military personnel in Syria is illegal, deputy foreign minister says

As More American Boots Hit the Ground in Syria, U.S. Parses "Boots" and "Ground"
After President Obama announced on Monday that he would deploy 250 additional special operations troops to Syria, State Department spokesperson John Kirby tried to deny that Obama had ever promised not to send "boots on the ground" there.

Finland Report Warns Joining NATO Would Lead to Crisis With Russia
A new report commissioned by the Finnish government is warning that possibility of the country joining NATO comes with serious risks, and that a membership bid could lead to a major "crisis" with neighboring Russia.

Ukraine nearly doubles consumer gas prices to secure IMF aid

Nigeria and pro-Biafra campaigners step up war of words

Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro Hikes Minimum Wage 30 Percent
The measure is intended to help people of Venezuela to cope with the economic war led by the right wing opposition.

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