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November 26, 2015


14 Year Old Child Bride Facing Death Penalty for Murdering Husband -

Saturday, November 29, 2014

BREAKING: New Coal Disaster In West Virginia -

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

U.S. Hostage Freed by Colombia’s FARC Rebels (Video) -

Monday, October 28, 2013

Here’s Why The Zimmerman Verdict Matters -

Sunday, July 14, 2013

BREAKING! UK Government Spied On Allies At TWO G20 Summits (Video) -

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Swiss Support Tougher Asylum Legislation as Refugee Numbers Spike -

Monday, June 10, 2013

American Woman Killed in Syria Fighting for Terrorists, Syrian TV Claims (Video) -

Friday, May 31, 2013

CO2 in the Air Reached its Highest Level in Human History -

Friday, May 10, 2013

Terms of the New Abortion Bill Agreed by Irish Cabinet -

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Boston In Lockdown As Manhunt Intensifies -

Friday, April 19, 2013

2 Dead, Dozens Injured After Boston Marathon Bombing -

Monday, April 15, 2013

Fast Food Workers in New York Stage Surprise Strike -

Saturday, April 6, 2013

N. Korean Rhetoric Provokes Missile Shield Deployment -

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Eyewitness Accounts from Meiktila Massacre -

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Sudan to Free All Political Prisoners -

Monday, April 1, 2013

A New Free Press In Burma Juxtaposed With Genocide: The World Will Be Watching -

Friday, March 29, 2013

Pressure Builds to End Ethnic Violence in Myanmar -

Friday, March 29, 2013

Activists Demand Action As Further Genocide Looms -

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Cyprus Reaches Last-Minute Bailout Deal With EU -

Monday, March 25, 2013

Myanmar Muslims Brace for Possible Genocide -

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Who’s Making A Killing From the Paris Terror Attacks?

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Written by Daniel McAdams The bodies in Paris are not yet buried, while the vultures with dollar signs (and pounds and Euros, etc) in their eyes have already swooped down for a feast. Terrorism, what is it good for? The military-industrial-Congressional complex: Thanks to Glenn Greenwald for bringing to light the enormous profits that are already rolling in for the merchants of death as Paris still smolders. As Greenwald points out, the markets could hardly wait to start buying from these military suppliers: 2- The surveillance/spy state: This morning UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced that, in light of the…

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Manufactured Revolutions – What is Otpor?

How the so called pro-democracy “revolutions” around the world are manufactured by trained and privately funded political organizations, to force regime change by overthrowing governments. The Orange Revolution in Ukraine, The Rose Revolution in Georgia, The Tulip Revolution in Kyrgyzstan,  The Jeans Revolution in Belarus…etc. What do all of these “revolutions” have in common? What is Otpor and who is behind it? Click on the video to learn. For further reading on how these uprisings are planned and implemented, read: 2011- Year of the Dupe by Tony Cartolucci

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Emerging New Alliance by Russia and Central Asian Countries

CIS leaders pose for a photo at the end of their summit in Kazakhstan on October 16. (From left to right: Armenian President Serzh Sarkisian, Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka, Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambaev)

According to a newly published report in Radio Free Europe news, the leaders of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) , led by Russian President Vladimir Putin, responded to growing instability in Afghanistan on Friday by agreeing to create a joint task force to defend their bloc’s external borders if a crisis arises. The leaders of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan met on October 16 in the Kazakh village of Burabay, where they signed a statement on combating international terrorism and agreements on military and border-security cooperation through 2020. At a press conference, Putin said closer…

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Islamisation and Kurdification of Indigenous People of Iraq


Assyrians are the indigenous people of what is known today as Iraq; they belong to the historical land of Assyria, in the north of modern Iraq. Their state fell to the Persian Medes and the Chaldees in 612 BC. Today, Assyrians are distinct in their identity which still survives and is practiced in cultural forms of language and traditions. Their language is “Modern Assyrian” (Akkadian with Aramaic accent influence), sometimes called “Syriac” liturgically. They were the first nation to embrace Christianity in Iraq as is cited in the First Epistle of Peter: 5-13, and belong to several churches which, in…

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How Did Global Jihad Reach China?


British publishing, The Independent, reported today that China, once again, banned Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting, for the Turkic Muslim population of the Xinjiang Province of the country. The report claims that the Muslims throughout the district – which is known to have a majority population of Uyghurs/Turkic people – have been told not to fast during the Holy Month. The problem with this statement is that it was mostly false. You can not force millions of people to stop fasting and start eating. Any Muslim who wishes to fast is perfectly able to do so. Only thing the Chinese…

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Bilderberg 2015: Key Topics and Participants


63rd Bilderberg conference will take place from 11 – 14 June 2015 in Telfs-Buchen, Austria. Annual policy conference states its mission as: “Founded in 1954, Bilderberg is an annual conference designed to foster dialogue between Europe and North America. There is no detailed agenda, no resolutions are proposed, no votes are taken, and no policy statements are issued.” The Bilderberg’s initial purpose was to bring the leaders of Western Europe and the United States closer as the Soviet Union cemented its control of the Eastern bloc. 1st meeting took place at the Bilderberg Hotel, near Arnhem, at the instigation of Joseph…

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Greece, Turkey, Russia Gas Pipeline Financing Agreed

According to EurActiv News, financing of the extension of a pipeline carrying Russian gas from Turkey to Greece has been secured and a deal could be signed this month, the Greek energy minister said Monday. In an interview with Russian public television, Panagiotis Lafazanis indicated he had had a series of very productive meetings in Russia, which is ready to participate in the financing. He said there is “enormous interest” among Greek companies for an extension of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline. Moscow axed its South Stream gas pipeline to southeastern Europe last year, even though construction had already begun, as…

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Sen. McCain on “Dismemberment of a Sovereign Nation”

U.S. Senator John McCain gives a press conference in Kyiv in September 2014.

US Senator John McCain (R-AZ) has recently turned down an advisory position to Ukraine’s President Poroshenko, due to the US constitution’s prohibition of such a thing. In a written statement posted on his senate webpage, the senator wrote, “I am deeply proud to be a friend to Ukraine in their fight against Vladimir Putin’s dismemberment of a sovereign nation.” After reading this statement, one feels the urge to remind the Senator that Iraq, Libya and Syria were also ‘sovereign’ nations, once. Syria is still trying to stay sovereign. I wonder if the good senator would like to give us a…

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Remember When USAid Created Fake Twitter in Cuba?

In December, 2014, the U.S. President Barack Obama announced his goal to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba which were severed in 1961. In April, 2015, President Obama and President Raul Castro of Cuba met in Panama City, Panama, to further discuss the two countries’ next steps forward to advance mutual interests. The U.S. ended its diplomatic relations with Cuba in 1961 after the Cuban Revolution of 1959 against the US-backed authoritarian government of Cuban President Fulgencio Batista. In later years, President JFK would describe Batista regime as one of the bloodiest and most repressive dictatorships in the history of Latin…

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Diplomacy vs. War: Iran and U.S. Relations at a Glance


Iran has been a country of coupes and revolutions, and a playing field for the imperial powers since WWI. This article summarizes Iran’s relationship with the West, starting from early 20th century until today. Iran’s first revolution by Ahmad Shah Qajar was called the Persian Constitutional Revolution or Iranian Constitutional Revolution (1905/1907), which established a parliament (majlis) to provide independence from Russian imperialism. This was also the first time a constitution was created in Iran. The 1921 Coupe which was aided by the British at the time, against Imperial Russia’s influence in Iran, brought Shah Reza Pahlavi to power. Reza…

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4 High School Students are Assassinated: Honduras a Failed State

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According to a report on Revolution-News, four high school students who organized several demonstrations against the Education Ministry of Honduras this past week, were found dead in the country’s capital, Tegucigalpa. Jennifer Baker reports, Soad Ham, a 13-year-old student leader of the Central Institute of Tegucigalpa who participated in the student protests against the Honduran government in the last two weeks, was found tortured and killed inside a plastic bag on Wednesday. On Thursday, the opposition Libre Party called for protests against the assassination of Soad Ham and 3 other student leaders. The students were protesting against the new “reforms”…

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U.S. Soldiers and Contractors Raped 54 Children in Colombia, Report Claims


According to an 809 page report titled “Contribution to the Understanding of the Armed Conflict in Colombia”, published in February, 2015, the U.S. soldiers and military contractors had sexually abused at least 54 children in Colombia between the years 2003 and 2007. The report was written as part of the on going peace negotiations between the leftwing rebel group FARC and the Colombian Government that started in November 2012, to assist the negotiators in determining who were the responsible parties in the bloody conflict. The negotiations seek an end to Colombia’s 50-year-old internal conflict with the FARC that has led to 220,000 deaths…

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Yemen is Falling Apart: Details (Video)

The poorest country in the Middle East is fast becoming the newest and hottest disaster in the region. There are many dimensions to the chaos in Yemen; sectarian, political, geographic. The Yemeni government collapsed at the beginning of this year. Its Western and Saudi backed President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi resigned under pressure in January, 2015, after the Shia militia, known as Houthis, seized the presidential palace and besieged his residence in Sana’a, Yemen’s capital. The Houtes are partially backed by Iran and their power base is in the mainly Shia northern highlands. Houtes has been at war with Al Qaeda and other hardcore…

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Another ‘Cold War’ with Russia? Ukraine Question

How did the United States get into another Cold War with Russia?  The Nation Magazine’s editor-in-chief, Katrina vanden Heuvel, and  American scholar of Russian studies at Princeton University and New York University, Prof. Stephan Cohen offered historical context on this question in a discussion hosted by the American Committee for East-West Accord in Brussels earlier this month. “Does media coverage shape the political agenda or vice versa? Probably both, or variously depending on the subject. But the US media, by so unequivocally accepting the official US Government/EU version of events, blaming all on Russia, failing to provide history, nuance, let alone complexity, is now…

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Syriza and Podemos: From austerity to equality. Will they make it?

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What really happened in Greece and Spain? Will Syriza and Podemos be able to bring economic and social stability to their countries? Listen to our editor Emine’s interview with Progressive News Network to learn more about the Eurozone crisis and the new emerging parties of the EU.

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14 Year Old Child Bride Facing Death Penalty for Murdering Husband

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14-year- old Wasilat Tasi’u is on trial for the murder of her 35-year-old husband. Nigerian teen was married to a man that she didn’t love. According to Zubeida Nagee, a women’s rights activist in Kano, “She protested but her parents forced her to marry him.” From a poor rural family, Wasilat is accused of murdering her husband, Umar Sani, by lacing his food with rat poison. Forced marriages and child brides common in the poverty-stricken northern Nigeria region. Her case calls into question the legality of trying a teenager for murder under criminal law and the rights of child brides….

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Fukushima Daiichi Weekly Report from the Progressive Press (11/23/2014)

Featured video (06/11/2014) “The Fukushima Daicchi nuclear reactor has emitted airborne radioactive cesium levels that exceed the Hiroshima Atomic bomb by 168 times. ” Hiroshi Kawauchi, former Japanese House Representative. Massive radiation spike at Fukushima (November, 2014): 40,000% increase below ground between Units 1 & 2 this month — Order of magnitude above record high set last year. ~ENENEWS Earthquakes hit Japan (6.8), China (6.3), Indonesia (6.5, undersea)(11/22/2014) Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority said no abnormalities were reported at three nuclear power plants in the affected areas. All of Japan’s nuclear plants are offline following a magnitude-9.0 earthquake and massive…

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Fukushima Daiichi Weekly Report from the Progressive Press (11/16/2014)

Featured video was published on Oct 13, 2014 Unbeknownst to most consumers of US corporate media, radiation in the ocean from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster has finally reached the United States’ West Coast, impacting fisheries along the Pacific Ocean. Three years later, these and other effects of Fukushima are only beginning to appear. Dr. Helen Caldicott, former President of the Physicians for Social Responsibility, examines the radiation-related health risks, and other lasting consequences of the calamity in her new book Crisis Without End. In this talk she sheds light on these trends, giving an overview of how they impact…

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Fukushima Daiichi Weekly Report from the Progressive Press (11/09/2014)

Approx. 100 tons of sardines washed ashore in Pacific coastal area of Hokkaido again – Photos (11/07/2014) “National Research Institute of Fisheries Science, Fisheries Research Agency comments cold sea water was stirred by the storm of 11/3 ~ 11/5/2014 so the sardines moved to the shallow area to die owing to the deficiency of oxygen in the water. However local fisherman states he has been living for 60 years but he has never seen such a thing.”   IRID documents detailed plans for Fukushima Daiichi (11/07/2014) “The International Research Institute for Nuclear Decommissioning (IRID) released a new report recently…

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Fukushima Daiichi Weekly Report from the Progressive Press (11/02/2014)

Video: “Purple cloud” seen by engineer after Fukushima explosion… The Sue family used to call Odaka, a town near the Fukushima plant, home. Like other towns, Odaka has been reopened to its residents – but only during daytime. Yoshiharu and his wife agreed to tak eus to Fukushima’s forbidden zone. (10/28/2014)   Japanese volcano 40 miles from nuclear plant shows signs of possible eruption (10/24/2014) “Sendai nuclear plant lies near the volcano Ioyama, on the volcanically active Kirishima mountain range.”   Article video: Published on Oct 29, 2014 Japan’s coverage of the Fukushima nuclear disaster lead a news…

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