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We Cannot Still Ignore the Perils of Intervention
Posted: Monday, April 21, 2014

We Cannot Still Ignore the Perils of Intervention
Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and now Ukraine. Catastrophe follows where US and EU meddle

At Least 55 Killed in Two Days of US Drone Strikes in Yemen

Panel Orders Release of Memo in Targeted Killing of Awlaki
A federal appeals panel in Manhattan ordered the release on Monday of key portions of a classified Justice Department memorandum that provided the legal justification for the targeted killing of a United States citizen, Anwar al-Awlaki, who had joined Al Qaeda and died in a 2011 drone strike in Yemen.

Foreign Suicide Bombers Kill Thousands and Bring Iraq to the Brink of Civil War
A wave of suicide bombings carried out by foreign volunteers entering Iraq from Syria is killing some 1,000 civilians a month, bringing the country back to the brink of civil war.

Ukraine: Poland Trained Putchists Two Months in Advance
Lies have shorter and shorter legs. Two months after the change of regime in Kiev, the Polish press has disclosed the role of Donald Tusk's government in preparing the coup. The new revelations belie Western discourse and demonstrate that the current interim government of Oleksandr Tourtchynov was imposed by NATO in violation of international law.

Ukraine and the grand chessboard
The US State Department, via spokeswoman Jennifer Psaki, said that reports of CIA Director John Brennan telling regime changers in Kiev to "conduct tactical operations" - or an "anti-terrorist" offensive - in eastern Ukraine are "completely false". This means Brennan did issue his marching orders. And by now the "anti-terrorist" campaign - with its nice little Dubya rhetorical touch - has degenerated into farce.

In Cold War Echo, Obama Strategy Writes Off Putin
Mr. Obama is focused on isolating President Vladimir V. Putin's Russia by cutting off its economic and political ties to the outside world, limiting its expansionist ambitions in its own neighborhood and effectively making it a pariah state.

Shootout in eastern Ukraine leaves 6 dead
Six people have been reported killed in a gun battle near Sloviansk in the worst violence in eastern Ukraine in seven weeks of protests against the pro-Western government in Kiev.

Ukraine, short on military budget, starts fundraising drive

Ukraine rabbi calls anti-Semitic leaflet a political hoax
Chief rabbi of Donetsk says while anti-Semitic leaflet was initially shocking, he now believes it was fake.

Peddler of Iraq War Lies Now Pushes Lies On Urkaine to Drum Up Confrontation with Russia

Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine ask Putin to send troops

Ukraine crisis: Geneva talks produce agreement on defusing conflict
US, Russia, Ukraine and EU agree measures including end of violence, disarming of illegal groups and amnesty for protesters

In West Bank, Israeli and Palestinian teens arrested for rock throwing face different fates

Venezuela unrest: Fresh violence erupts in Caracas
Fresh violence has erupted in the Venezuelan capital, Caracas, between police and opponents of President Nicolas Maduro. Masked protesters burned effigies of the president after a rally called "Resurrection of Democracy".

"Crimes Against Peace": Historic Class Action Law Suit Against George W. Bush

White-Washing White Terrorism
The Jewish Community Center Shootings

The Rhetoric of Violence
At least nine people were killed and at least 35 others were wounded in shootings across Chicago on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Homeland Security Adviser Warns Parents That Their Mouthy Kids May Grow Up To Be Terrorists

The Downfall of Jean-Bertrand Aristide
President Jean-Bertrand Aristide of Haiti was forced out of power by a countrywide uprising in February 2004. He had lost the support of both domestic and international backers. Hear from his lawyer Ira Kurzban who lived through that time.

Washington Drives The World To War
Posted: Tuesday, April 15, 2014

The End of the Great American Fantasy
Through all of my life there has been an odd and persistent bias on the part of otherwise honest Americans: What America does overseas is always good and right. We do not speak against it.

Death From Above: How American Drone Strikes Are Devastating Yemen
On the ground in a country where unmanned missile attacks are a terrifyingly regular occurrence

CIA caught red handed in Ukraine

Iran asks for U.N. committee meeting on U.S. ban on envoy

Silicon Valley could force NSA reform, tomorrow. What's taking so long?
Tech CEOs are complaining, but bills are languishing. Time for internet companies to pull an OKCupid and call out the NSA, on every homepage

Guantánamo hearings halted amid accusations of FBI spying on legal team
Allegations surfaced Monday that the FBI turned a member of a 9/11 defendant's defence team into a secret informant

Ukraine launches 'gradual' operation, action limited

Putin denies Russian involvement in Ukraine during call to Obama

Military seize airfield controlled by anti-govt activists in eastern Ukraine
Ukrainian troops have seized an airfield in the city of Kramatorsk as part of a security operation against anti-government activists in the eastern part of the country. Activists claimed several people were wounded.

Ukrainian president open to referendum on federalization amid increasing tensions

Afghanistan says U.S. air strike kills three civilians

Obama to reassure Putin: Won't provide lethal aid to Ukraine
Lavrov warns West from supporting Ukrainian military action as Kiev's deadline passes for separatists to end siege of government buildings in eastern Ukraine.

3 Months Later, Here's What Denver Looks Like Since Legalizing Marijuana
Three months following Colorado's decision to legalize the production, sale, possession and use of recreational marijuana – a vote that Denver city officials including Mayor Michael Hancock, among others, fought kicking and screaming – guess what's happened to Denver crime rates in 2014?

Nigerian bus station hit by deadly explosion
At least 71 feared dead after blast in outskirts of capital, Abuja, as hundreds of commuters travelled to work

Edward Snowden on Pulitzer winners: 'Their work has given us a better future'
NSA whistleblower praises Guardian and Washington Post after pair share Pulitzer prize for public service

Pulitzer Vindicates: Snowden Journalists Win Top Honor
Guardian and Washington Post each honored with Pulitzer for Public Service

Iran complains to UN over US ban on envoy Aboutalebi
Iran has complained to the United Nations over the decision by the United States to refuse a visa for its newly appointed permanent representative.

US Is an Oligarchy Not a Democracy, says Scientific Study
A study, to appear in the Fall 2014 issue of the academic journal Perspectives on Politics, finds that the U.S. is no democracy, but instead an oligarchy, meaning profoundly corrupt, so that the answer to the study's opening question, "Who governs? Who really rules?"

Fears of full-scale Russian invasion as eastern Ukraine cities toppled
A series of coordinated attacks by pro-Russia gunmen in eastern Ukraine are eerily reminiscent of the Crimea takeover, writes Roland Oliphant in Slavyansk

Ukraine's ousted president puts blame on CIA

UN ambassador: Ukraine unrest has 'tell-tale signs of Moscow's involvement'

U.S. officials angry: Israel doesn't back stance on Russia
Amid tension, Netanyahu backs out of event he was invited to personally by Putin.

US warns Russia of 'additional consequences' over Ukraine

White House to send Biden to Kiev as conflict with Russia escalates

Jerry Lewis: Women are funny, but not when crude

Washington Drives The World To War

Russia, Venezuela and the Asian/Pacific Pivot

Venezuela shows protest can be a defence of privilege
Posted: Saturday, April 12, 2014

Venezuela shows that protest can be a defence of privilege
Street action is now regularly used with western backing to target elected governments in the interests of elites

Protesters in East Ukraine Rise Up Against Kiev and the West
Ahead of talks, protesters overtake police stations in demand for referendum vote

Civil war looms as pro-US regime threatens massacre of east Ukraine protesters
Ukraine stands on the brink of civil war, as the unelected pro-Western regime that seized power this February in Kiev threatens a bloody crackdown on protesters occupying local government offices in cities across traditionally pro-Russian sections of eastern Ukraine.

Kiev backpedals on referendums after deadline to stop protest expires

In pictures: Russian military build-up near Ukraine

Russia Claims NATO Satellite Photos Were Taken Last August

Russia's Lavrov says NATO forces in Eastern Europe would violate agreements

Message from the President of Russia to the leaders of several European countries
Vladimir Putin addressed a letter to the leaders of several European countries, to which Russian natural gas is supplied via Ukraine's territory.

Former Australian FM Denounces Jewish Lobby's 'Extraordinary Influence'
In new book, Bob Carr claims office of former Australian PM Julia Gillard was effectively held hostage by Jewish lobby.

Criminal Court a U.S.-Israeli "Red Line" for Palestinians
When Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas decided to defy the United States and Israel over stalled peace negotiations, he formally indicated to the United Nations last week that Palestine will join 15 international conventions relating mostly to the protection of human rights and treaties governing conflicts and prisoners of war. But he held back one of his key bargaining chips that Israel and the United States fear most: becoming a party to the Rome Statute that created the International Criminal Court (ICC) to punish war crimes and genocide – and where Israelis could be docked.

The Iranian Nuclear Weapons Program That Wasn’t
When U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts Carmen M. Ortiz unsealed the indictment of a Chinese citizen in the UK for violating the embargo against Iran, she made what appeared to be a new U.S. accusation of an Iran nuclear weapons programme.

CIA and White House under pressure after Senate torture report leaks
Senate committee found CIA interrogations and detentions to be 'brutal' and urges administration to release report as quickly as possible

CIA’s Use of Torture Went Beyond Legal Authority, Senate Report Rays

Vladimir Putin professes high hopes for Ukraine summit
But diplomats predict little chance of breakthrough as four powers meet for first time since President Yanukovych fled

Angela Merkel denied access to her NSA file
Frustration with US government rises over failure to clear up questions about surveillance of German chancellor's phone

Edward Snowden: US government spied on human rights workers
Whistleblower tells Council of Europe NSA deliberately snooped on groups such as Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International

Nevada Cattle Rancher Wins 'Range War' With Feds

Clark Co. Sheriff Announces BLM ‘Will Cease Operation,’ Will Release Cattle Shortly

Armed Right-Wing Militia Members Descend On Nevada To Help Rancher Defy Court Order
"We provide armed response," according to a Montana militia member named Jim Lordy. Lordy traveled to Nevada in order to support a local rancher for believes that he should not have to follow federal court orders. When he arrived there, he told a local reporter that "[w]e need guns to protect ourselves from the tyrannical government."

South Africa: Twenty Years of Apartheid by Another Name

The McCutcheon Ruling and Zombie Democracy in the U.S.

Assad's staying power on show

Kuwait orders media blackout on 'coup' video
Media ban enforced on videotape allegedly showing former senior officials scheming to topple government of Gulf nation.

Russia's Ace in the Hole: Iran
Posted: Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Vatican rejects "chosen people" claim, calls on Israel to end "occupation"
A high-ranking Israeli official on Sunday slammed a statement from Catholic bishops, who called for international organizations to lead the cause of Palestinian statehood.

Venezuela Backlash: Protesters' Tactics Cause Support to Wane

Venezuela protests are sign that US wants our oil, says Nicolás Maduro
In an exclusive interview with the Guardian, Venezuela's president claims the Obama administration is fomenting unrest with the aim of provoking a Ukraine-style 'slow-motion' coup

Russia's Ace in the Hole: Iran
Tensions between Russia and the West are hitting a new peak. And in this face-off, Moscow has an extraordinary piece of leverage: a super-sophisticated, bomber-killing missile that it once threatened to sell to Iran.

Why a rare astrological event LAST NIGHT could herald the 'End of Days'

20 injured in Pittsburgh-area high school stabbings, authorities say
At least 20 students were injured Wednesday morning in a stabbing incident at Franklin Regional Senior High School in the Pittsburgh area, said Dan Stevens, an emergency management agency spokesman.

Rwanda bars France from genocide ceremony
Posted: Monday, April 7, 2014

Rwanda bars France from genocide ceremony
French ambassador to Rwanda banned from attending event amid diplomatic row over France's role in the 1994 genocide.

Kagame renews charge that France took part in Rwanda genocide
President Paul Kagame. He has once again accused France of "participating" in the 1994 genocide in an interview to mark the 20th anniversary of the mass killings. Photo/Cyril Ndegeya

France Pulls Out of Event to Mark Rwanda Genocide
French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira canceled plans to attend events after Rwandan President Paul Kagame accused France of playing a "direct role" in the genocide 20 years ago that killed 800,000 Rwandans

Obama Issues Threats To Russia And NATO
The Obama regime has issued simultaneous threats to the enemy it is making out of Russia and to its European NATO allies on which Washington is relying to support sanctions on Russia. This cannot end well.

Sharp Rise in Tensions in Eastern Ukraine

Pro-Russians call east Ukraine region independent

US reportedly starts supplying Syrian rebels with anti-tank weapons
Rebels embattled against the regime of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad have reportedly come into possession of high-powered anti-tank weaponry, the likes of which may have been supplied by the United States.

Seymour Hersh Unearths More Lies on Syria

Was Turkey Behind Syrian Sarin Attack?
Journalist Seymour Hersh has unearthed information implicating Turkish intelligence in last summer's Sarin attack near Damascus that almost pushed President Obama into a war to topple Syria's government and open a path for an al-Qaeda victory, writes Robert Parry.

The Red Line and the Rat Line
Seymour M. Hersh on Obama, Erdog(an and the Syrian rebels

U.S. rejects claim that Turkey planned Syria atrocity

Edward Snowden and Glenn Greenwald address US campaigners via video
- Whistleblower and journalist make rare joint appearance
- Germany criticises US for lack of assurances over spying

Merkel ally says U.S. assurances on NSA spying 'insufficient'

One Word Defines U.S. Foreign Policy: Hubris
When Hannah Arendt, the famous German-American political philosopher, criticized American involvement in the Vietnam War, she said that our foreign policy "experts" fell prey to using excessive means to achieve minor aims in a region of marginal interest to the United States.

CIA torture report: Nancy Pelosi blames Dick Cheney
- House minority leader: 'I think he's proud of it'
- Top Republican accuses Pelosi of politicising Senate report

U.S. Tries Candor to Assure China on Cyberattacks

Is The Black Church The New Plantation?

France says Southern Libya now a "viper's nests for Islamist militants"

Venezuela: A Call for Peace
Posted: Sunday, April 6, 2014

Where is Venezuela's Political Violence Coming From? A Complete List of Fatalities from the Disturbances

Venezuelan Human Rights Council Created

Venezuela: A Call for Peace
THE recent protests in Venezuela have made international headlines. Much of the foreign media coverage has distorted the reality of my country and the facts surrounding the events.

EU weighs new approach towards Russia in wake of Ukraine crisis
European Union foreign ministers tried to map out a new strategy towards Russia at talks in Athens on Saturday, pledging to keep a tough stance over its tensions with Ukraine, while steering clear of provoking Moscow into further conflict.

Pro-Russians storm government offices in eastern Ukraine

Russia seeks over $11bn in 'debt' from Ukraine

Ukraine detains 15 suspected of planning unrest in Russian-dominated east

NASA to end most activities with Russia

McDonald's quits Crimea as fears of trade clash grow

US reviews Mideast peace push as tit-for-tat moves multiply

Are US lawmakers the real target of NASA's Russia boycott?

Under the Hood of the House Intel Committee's NSA Reform Bill

Palestinian minister delivers UN membership requests

Israel threatens annexation against Palestinian move to join UN agencies

US opposes Palestinian moves to statehood
US Ambassador to the UN says any unilateral action could be 'tremendously destructive' to the peace process; Israeli, Palestinian, American negotiators to meet in attempt to bridge gaps.

Israel is facing a backlash in America
Consider two incidents that occurred in the past few days in the United States and you should start to grasp the elements of a slow, subtle but steady and important shift that is taking place in the country.

US to send 2 more ships to Japan by 2017 to counter North Korea nuclear threat

North Korea says US 'hell-bent on regime change'
North Korea on Friday accused the United States of being "hell-bent on regime change" and warned that any maneuvers with that intention will be viewed as a "red line" that will result in countermeasures.

Iran upbeat on nuclear talks, says all sticky issues addressed

Afghan election scores 58 pct turnout: commission chief

Court: Improper for Judiciary to Decide Whether Killing US Citizens with Drones Violates Due Process Rights

U.S. will not stand in way of Scottish independence: Salmond
The leader of Scotland's separatist movement predicted on Friday that the United States would not try to stand in the way of the breakup of Britain, Washington's staunchest ally for decades, if Scots vote for independence at a referendum this year.

U.N. chief says C. African Republic peacekeepers 'overwhelmed'
French and African soldiers serving in Central African Republic are "overwhelmed" by the "state of anarchy" in the country, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Saturday, a day after Chadian troops began withdrawing from the peacekeeping mission.

New organization in Yemen seeks to criminalize U.S. drone strikes
A new organization has been founded in Yemen is seeking to bring an end to the deadly US drone program in the country, Press TV reports.

Liberia confirms spread of 'unprecedented' Ebola epidemic
Posted: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Liberia confirms spread of 'unprecedented' Ebola epidemic
Aid organisation Doctors Without Borders said an Ebola outbreak suspected of killing dozens in Guinea was an "unprecedented epidemic" as Liberia confirmed its first cases of the deadly contagion.

NSA Blows Its Own Top Secret Program in Order to Propagandize
The NSA engages in this fear-mongering not only publicly but also privately. As part of its efforts to persuade news organizations not to publish newsworthy stories from Snowden materials, its representatives constantly say the same thing: If you publish what we’re doing, it will endanger lives, including NSA personnel, by making people angry about what we’re doing in their countries and want to attack us.

NSA performed warrantless searches on Americans' calls and emails – Clapper
US intelligence chiefs have confirmed that the National Security Agency has used a "back door" in surveillance law to perform warrantless searches on Americans’ communications.

The Kerry-Lavrov chess match
It's hardly a match between equals - as one is playing Monopoly while the other plays chess. It's as if Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has been postponing his checkmate, while US Secretary of State John Kerry increasingly realizes he's facing the inevitable.

Ukraine agrees to host NATO war games

NATO to promote ties with Ukraine, boost military presence in Eastern Europe

Russia to pour funds into Crimea, prime minister says

Russian Military ‘Buildup’ Greatly Exaggerated, Putin Redeploys Troops
Little Evidence Hysteria over Eastern Ukraine Was Warranted

Optimistic IMF bets on third time lucky in Ukraine
The International Monetary Fund should be ready to hand Ukraine the first $3 billion of a new aid package next month, the Fund's top European official said on Monday, drawing a line under two failed programs with the country in recent years.

NATO plans more support for east Europeans worried by Crimea

Abbas: Palestinians to seek further UN recognition

Report: FIFA threatens to expel Israel over restrictions on Palestinians
According to Inside World Football, FIFA has given Israel until the summer to improve travel and playing conditions for Palestinian soccer players.

US Rejected Israeli Demand for Iran Nuclear Confession
The Barack Obama administration appears to have rejected a deal-breaking demand by Israel for an Iranian confession to having had a covert nuclear weapons program as a condition for completing the comprehensive nuclear agreement.

North & South Korea fire nearly 1,000 rounds of artillary into neighbor's waters as tensions mount
An official with South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said no shells from either side were fired at any land or military installations. Residents on a front-line South Korean island said they were evacuated to shelters during the exchange.

The US Is Paying the Cost of Supporting the House of Saud as Cracks Begin to Appear
It has helped to restore authoritarian rule in the Middle East, but the costs are becoming clear

Venezuela tackles food shortage with ID card system
Government says system will stop people overbuying groceries for resale – but critics say it's the first step towards rationing

Venezuela clears protest city's streets

Human Rights Breached by Continued Protest Violence, Venezuelan Ombudswoman Says
Ongoing protests in Venezuela are undermining human rights, according to Ombudswoman Gabriela Ramírez, who believes media inaccuracy contributes to the prolongation of these infringements. Meanwhile in Washington, U.S. senator Marco Rubio presented Congress with a mistaken photo while petitioning for sanctions against Venezuela.

Saudi Arabia declares all atheists are terrorists in new law to crack down on political dissidents
Saudi Arabia has introduced a series of new laws which define atheists as terrorists, according to a report from Human Rights Watch.

Obama gives Iraq war a more generous spin
Posted: Saturday, March 29, 2014

El Libertario: beware Venezuela's false 'anarchists'
Not everyone who calls themselves anarchists are worthy of the name. Before expressing our solidarity, we should be clear who it is we are supporting.

Tour of Ukraine-Russia Border Finds No Signs of Military Buildup

Russia sees no need for Ukraine incursion, Lavrov to meet Kerry

Anger, Disbelief as Obama Defends US Invasion of Iraq
'In order to not appear hypocritical, Obama rewrites history around Iraq War while denouncing Russia'

Obama gives Iraq war a more generous spin
President Obama, whose presidential campaign in 2008 took off in large part because of his criticism of the Iraq war, on Wednesday used that war as a contrast to what Russia is doing in Ukraine.

Obama Suddenly Defends US Invasion of Iraq—Mainstream Media Shrug

Obama Defends Iraq Invasion: At Least America 'Sought' To Get UN Backing
Obama struggled, however, in his attempt to defend the legality of the invasion. The war was unsanctioned by the United Nations, and many experts assert it violated any standard reading of international law.

How Vladimir Putin became evil
The US and UK condemn him for Crimea but supported him over the war in Chechnya. Why? Because now he refuses to play ball

Masked 'Right Sector' nationalists besiege Ukrainian Parliament

The Infantile Diplomacy Behind Demonising Russia

German execs criticize West for allowing tension with Russia to rise

No sanctions will hurt Russia more than people imposing them - financial analyst

MH370: search effort swings towards finding black boxes
US navy equipment arrives to scan for flight recorders on ocean floor after satellite photos reveal 122 pieces of possible debris

Pet cats infect humans with TB for first time
In the first ever recorded cat-to-human transmission, two people in England have contracted tuberculosis from pet cats thought to have ventured into badger setts

The Face of Poverty: Homeless Jobless Single Mom With Lousy Options Arrested For Being Homeless Jobless Single Mom Who Chose One of Them

SA joins other African countries in boycotting EU-Africa Summit
South Africa has come out in support of the African Union call to shun the European Union-Africa Summit in Brussels this week.

U.N. rights forum calls for use of armed drones to comply with law

The 30-Year US/Iran Nuke Standoff: We Started It In The Reagan Days

Saudi Arabia And Pakistan Are Paying A Political Price For Leading The Talibanization of Syria



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