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New NSA Revelations: Inside Snowden’s Germany File
An analysis of secret documents leaked by Edward Snowden demonstrates that the NSA is more active in Germany than anywhere else in Europe -- and that data collected here may have helped kill suspected terrorists. Just before Christmas 2005, an unexpected event disrupted the work of American spies in the south-central German city [...]
“No to war!” Thousands of miners protest Kiev’€™s crackdown on E. Ukraine
The coal miners of the Donetsk region have stayed away from work and marched in downtown Donetsk against Kiev'€™s military campaign against Ukrainian citizens, which has already killed over 250 civilians, according to the UN. A rally on Donetsk’s central Lenin Square initially attracted about 1,000 people. [...]
Ukraine a ‘No-Win’ Situation for the White House, Observers Say –
The White House response to Ukraine has not settled well with the American people, something the GOP is taking advantage of. Only 34% of Americans approve of Obama's response. The GOP is taking advantage of that fact, and several Republican senators have started to advocate heavier sanctions against Russia than are currently in [...]
“€˜No chance to survive™!” Rossiya TV journalists Kornelyuk and Voloshin killed in Ukraine shelling
Born and raised in Ukraine, Igor Kornelyuk worked as a journalist for over 15 years. He went to Ukraine to cover bloodshed there, but never returned home. His colleague sound engineer Anton Voloshin was killed alongside him in Ukraine'€™s army shelling. [...]
Tony Blair, Phantom of the Opera
The Phantom of the (tragic) Middle East Opera is back. A killer without a clue, he can'€™t be blamed for not being consistent. His most recent opus speaks for itself; like a Kabuki mask high on Earl Grey tea, the Phantom is eviscerated by his own mighty pen, actually sword. The fact that the Phantom keeps getting away with his [...]
Russian navy welcomes most-advanced nuclear-powered attack sub
The Russian Navy has officially accepted K-560 Severodvinsk, the most advanced nuclear-powered multipurpose submarine Russia has ever produced. Severodvinsk is the lead of the Yasen-class submarines, which are to become the backbone of the Russian Navy’s conventional submarine force. [...]
Pentagon wants additional $4.5 bln to fix failed missile defense interceptors
In a bid to beef up its missile defense systems, the United States Department of Defense intends to request $4.5 billion in additional spending over the next five years, according to a report by Reuters. The move – disclosed by Riki Ellison of the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance and two unnamed congressional sources – come [...]
US missile defense system proves to be useless after $40 bln spent
Despite a decade of testing and tens of billions of dollars'€™ worth of research, a major missile defense program in the United States has proven to be anything but successful, a new investigation suggests. Nevertheless, the Missile Defense Agency, or MDA, plans on conducting next week its ninth exercise of that costly system [...]
Moment Ukraine army shell hits Russian TV crew caught on tape (VIDEO)
A TV camera recorded the moment Russian journalists (from Rossiya TV) came under fire while working near Lugansk, E. Ukraine. Two journalists died from wounds sustained during the Ukrainian military barrage. Reporter Igor Kornelyuk passed away on the operating table, a doctor at a local hospital confirmed to RT. [...]
2 Russian journalists killed in Ukraine military shelling
Two journalists for Russian TV channel Rossiya have died from wounds sustained during a Ukrainian military shelling attack near Lugansk, eastern Ukraine. Reporter Igor Kornelyuk passed away on the operating table, a doctor at the hospital confirmed to RT. [...]
Gas transit pipeline explodes in E. Ukraine
An explosion has struck a pipeline in the central Ukrainian Poltava region. Witnesses say flames from the blast are up to 200 meter high. “The explosion occurred at about 14:45 local time in a field,” the local police press-service said in a statement. Due to the “flame and the high temperatures,” it was “impossible to [...]
€‹Islamist terrorism factories steaming in top gear
It was a bad week for blow back. So it goes. Tit-for-tat. Violence begets violence, as every schoolboy knows. Just at the brouhaha over the US solider Bowe Bergdahl being freed by his Taliban captors was simmering, the Taliban attacked Karachi Airport. Soon after, this was followed by yet more drone attacks on Waziristan that ki [...]
What The Total U.S. Debt Really Looks Like and What It All Means
Total US debt soars to nearly $60 trn, foreshadows new recession! The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis released the current data for the total debt in the United States Economy on June 5, 2014 — All Sectors; Credit Market Instruments; Liability, Level (TCMDO). While people, companies, and governments blamed bad weather for a [...]
Iraq Crisis: Created by Bush & Blair and Bankrolled by Saudi Arabia
So after the grotesquerie of the Taliban and Osama bin Laden and 15 of the 19 suicide killers of 9/11, meet Saudi Arabia’s latest monstrous contribution to world history: the Islamist Sunni caliphate of Iraq and the Levant, conquerors of Mosul and Tikrit – and Raqqa in Syria – and possibly Baghdad, and the ultimate humilia [...]
‘€˜Ukrainian officials show “€˜adolescent foolishness”€™, not diplomacy’
The Ukrainian President is sitting at the top of a living volcano and must understand that exacerbating conflict with Russia will put an end to his presidency, Michael J. Carley, professor of history and 20th century international relations, told RT. [...]

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