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Kiev snipers hired by Maidan leaders – leaked EU’s Ashton phone tape

The snipers who shot at protesters and police in Kiev were allegedly hired by Maidan leaders, according to a leaked phone conversation between the EU foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton and Estonian foreign affairs minister, which has emerged online.

Russia: We Won’t Repay the Bankers if U.S. Imposes Sanctions

Russia may also dump the dollar if sanctions move forward. A Kremlin economist, Sergei Glazyev, told RIA Novosti the Russian government may not repay loans owed to the financial cartel if the United States imposes sanctions on the country in response to the Crimea intervention.

Hidden Motives Behind the Ukraine-Russia Conflict

Gas Wars: The untold story driving the crisis. The untold story behind the crisis is that this is an energy tug of war being fought between Russia and the west, with Ukraine caught in the middle.

Thousands rally in Russia’€™s southwest to support Russian speakers in Ukraine

Thousands gathered in the Russian cities of Novocherkassk, Bryansk, and Belgorod to support the Russian-speaking population in Ukraine. “We don’€™t abandon our people,” said banners held by those who sympathized with residents of the crisis-torn country.

U.S. Prepares to Recall Diplomats, Impose Sanctions on Russia

Call for military assistance to the coup government in Kyiv. On Sunday Republicans mounted attacks against President Obama over what they consider his inappropriate response to the crisis in Ukraine. Rep. Mike Rogers, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, told Fox News Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Russians have “been running circles around […]

Yanukovich sent letter to Putin asking for Russian military presence in Ukraine – Russia’s UN envoy

Russian Ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin says ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich has sent a letter to Putin asking him to use military force in Ukraine to restore law and order.

Russian forces in Ukraine could be a stabilizing factor in a country with no legitimate govt€™

As President Putin weighs using military forces in a Ukraine plunging deeper into political turmoil, Alexander Mercouris, international law expert, tells RT that the presence Russia’s forces could be a restraining factor for all the parties involved.

26 top American corporations paid no federal income tax from “€™08 to €™12″€“ report

Twenty-six of the most powerful American corporations “such as Boeing, General Electric, and Verizon” €“ paid no federal income tax from 2008 to 2012, according to a new report detailing how Fortune 500 companies exploit tax breaks and loopholes.

675,000 Ukrainians pour into Russia as “humanitarian crisis”€™ looms

An estimated 675,000 Ukrainians left for Russia in January and February, fearing the “revolutionary chaos”€ brewing in Ukraine, Russia’s Federal Border Guard Service said. Officials fear a growing humanitarian crisis. On Sunday, the border guard service said Russian authorities have identified definite signs that a “humanitarian catastrophe” is brewing in Ukraine.

Hundreds arrested at Keystone XL White House sit-in protest

Several hundred people have been arrested during a peaceful protest in Washington DC after they strapped themselves to the White House fence and laid out their demands on Pennsylvania Avenue in protest against the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline.

Seriously, what?! Kerry tells Russia “you don’t invade a country on completely phony pretexts”

The US Secretary of State spoke today of the unacceptability of invading a sovereign country on phony pretexts in order to assert one’s own interests in the 21st century. But no, he was not speaking about the United States, as one might have thought.

GCHQ taught NSA how to monitor Facebook, Twitter in real time |€“ Snowden leak

British intelligence officials can infiltrate the very cables that transfer information across the internet, as well as monitor users in real time on sites like Facebook without the company’s consent, according to documents leaked by Edward Snowden. The internal documents reveal that British analysts gave instruction to members of the National Security Agency in 2012, […]

GCHQ and NSA intercepted Yahoo users’ private photographs

British and American surveillance agencies teamed up to develop a system that collected millions of images from the webcams of unsuspecting and innocent internet users, new leaked documents reveal. This “Optic Nerve” program — administered by the UK’s GCHQ with the assistance of the National Security Agency

Florida County Says “€˜No” to Water Fluoridation

County residents vote down adding toxic fluoride to municipal drinking water. On Tuesday, the Hernando County Commissioner’s board held a meeting where both pro and anti-fluoride activists were allowed to voice their opinions, after which the crowd voted against mandatory fluoridation.

Cyber-Security Experts Ask If Apple Flaw Was Really NSA Backdoor

Steve Watson | Security hole appeared just one month before NSA bragged it had penetrated Apple servers. Following an admission by Apple that a “bug” in its operating system had left devices open to potential hacking, experts are questioning whether the security hole was intentional, in order to allow the NSA backdoor access as part […]



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