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The Nuclear Deal with Iran
Posted: Sunday, July 19, 2015

Chattanooga's bloody morning: one gunman, two crime scenes, four dead
At 10.45 on Thursday morning, the first shots went off in Chattanooga, a picturesque city at Tennessee's southern border. Within around 30 minutes, four US marines would be dead following an intense attack against two US military facilities by a lone gunman.

Britain will continue targeting Isil despite lack of Parliamentary approval
MPs demand Defence Secretary be called before the Commons after it emerges David Cameron was fully aware of the missions

The Nuclear Deal with Iran
Iran reached a landmark nuclear agreement with the U.S. and five other world powers, a long-sought foreign policy goal of President Barack Obama that sets the White House on course for months of political strife with dissenters in Congress and in allied Middle Eastern nations.

US/Israeli/Saudi 'Behavior' Problems
In Official Washington's latest detour from the real world, top pundits are depicting Iran as the chief troublemaker in the Mideast and saying the nuclear deal should hinge on Iranian "behavior." But the real "behavior" problems come from Israel, Saudi Arabia and the U.S., writes Robert Parry.

The GOP's Iran Dilemma
But before the party commits to abrogating the Iran deal in 2017, the GOP should consider whether it would be committing suicide in 2016.

AIPAC Forms New Anti-Iran Deal Lobbying Group
$20 Million Campaign to Span 30-40 States

Pro-Israel Aipac Creates Group to Lobby Against the Iran Deal

US Warns Israel Against Destroying West Bank Palestinian Town
Israel Has Repeatedly Demolished Town, Evicted Residents

More Than 2,800 People Are Dead in Yemen, So Why Is the Media Silent?

20 million face starving to death due to US backed bombing of Yemen

Abdulazeez and Abdulaziz
Salman bin Abdulaziz is one of the world's worst dictators. He has many prior infractions, such as publicly announcing becoming a rogue nuclear state, beheading and torturing hundreds of people and repressing millions, and is currently carrying out a war of aggression against one of the poorest countries in the world, Yemen, killing thousands of civilians and enforcing a blockade that risks starving millions, as Yemen imports almost all of its food. - See more at: http://www.empireslayer.org/2015/07/abdulazeez-and-abdulaziz.html#sthash.XeICXFCJ.dpuf

U.S. Air Force Is Supporting AlQaeda In Yemen And - Coming Now - Also In Syria

After five year delay, countdown to official launch of 'Africa's NATO' begins, but hurdles remain
The African Standby Force is a military force made up of only African troops that is supposed to intervene within two weeks of an eruption of violence

Tunisia hotel attack: At least 37 killed
Posted: Friday, June 26, 2015

Tunisia hotel attack: At least 37 killed in town of Sousse, government says
At least 37 people, including foreign tourists, have been killed in an attack on a tourist hotel in the Tunisian town of Sousse, the health ministry says.

Chilling new details of Tunisia beach massacre: Killer joked as he selected his tourist victims before opening fire with an AK47
Tunisian PM warns that majority of 38 dead are British

Supreme Court declares nationwide right to same-sex marriage

Supreme Court Delivers 'Transformative Triumph' for Marriage Equality
Many in LGBTQ community urge, 'The work of the movement is far from over'

Suicide attacks kills 27 at Shiite mosque in Kuwait; ISIS affiliate claims responsibility
More than 220 wounded when explosion hits worshippers gathered for midday prayers.

French Salafist Attacks US Plant in Lyon: One Beheaded
Attacker Worked for Transport Company, Slain Man Was His Boss

US Drone Strikes Kill Nine 'Suspects' in Yemen
Officials Label Everyone Slain as 'al-Qaeda'

Christie's Conspiracy
The Real Story Behind the Fort Dix Five Terror Plot

South Africa to review ICC membership after Bashir row
South Africa has said it will review its membership in the ICC after a row over its failure to arrest the Sudanese president. The court has issued an arrest warrant for Omar al-Bashir on genocide and war crimes charges.

US To Begin Invasion of Syria

Neocons Urge Embrace of Al Qaeda
The latest neocon gambit is to build support for "regime change" in Syria by downplaying the evils of Al Qaeda, rebranding it as some sort of "moderate" terrorist force whose Syrian affiliate is acceptable to Israel and supported by Saudi Arabia. But this audacious argument ignores reality, writes Daniel Lazare.

In Baghdad, Organized Destruction

Latin American Revolutions Under Attack

Dominican Republic to begin deporting Haitian immigrants
Posted: Saturday, June 20, 2015

Dominican Republic to begin deporting Haitian immigrants

Haitians go into hiding as Dominican authorities are free to deport
Hundreds of buses have been leaving Santo Domingo for the border for the past week and as the deadline to register has passed – many fear mass deportations

Dominican Republic and Haiti: Is it Time for an Island Reunification?

Shooters of color are called 'terrorists' and 'thugs.' Why are white shooters called 'mentally ill'?
This racist media narrative around mass violence falls apart with the Charleston church shooting.

Refusal to Call Charleston Shootings "Terrorism" Again Shows It's a Meaningless Propaganda Term
...many African-American and Muslim commentators and activists insisted that the term "terrorist" be applied: because it looked, felt and smelled exactly like other acts that are instantly branded "terrorism" when the perpetrator is Muslim and the victims largely white.

War, Murder and the American Way
He sat with them for an hour in prayer. Then he pulled his gun out and started shooting.

State Dept: Iran 'Supports Terror' for Backing anti-ISIS Militias
The State Department is struggling to make up its minds on the Iraqi Shi'ite militias in the ISIS war, declaring Iran to be financing "terror-related activities" for supporting those militias, which are the same militias fighting on the same side as the US in Iraq.

MoD confirms Britain is arming Saudi Arabia in Yemen conflict
Britain's Ministry of Defence has confirmed it is providing technical support and arming Saudi Arabia in its ongoing war against Yemen, RT has learned.

WikiLeaks publishes the Saudi Cables
Over half a million cables and other documents from the Saudi Foreign Ministry.

FBI Agent: The CIA Could Have Stopped 9/11
Rossini, who was assigned to the CIA's Counterterrorism Center (CTC) at the time of the attacks, has long maintained that the U.S. government has covered up secret relations between the spy agency and Saudi individuals who may have abetted the plot. Fifteen of the 19 hijackers who flew commercial airliners into the World Trade Center towers, the Pentagon, and a failed effort to crash into the U.S. Capitol, were Saudis.

Putin: Russian pipeline project to help Greece pay its debt

Putin reiterates support for Syria's Assad
Russia leader stands by Syrian President Assad and opposes use of external force to end the four-year conflict.

Children raped, castrated, thrown into fires in South Sudan: UN
18-month civil war characterized by ethnic massacres, mass child abductions into service of warring militias

Confusing U(kraine)-Turn: Yanukovych Ousting Was Illegitimate - Poroshenko
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko appealed to the country's constitutional court, asking the court to recognize the ousting of former President Viktor Yanukovych in February 2014 as illegitimate.

'Powerful People In The West And In Kiev Do Not Want A Ukrainian Settlement'

US Senator McCain slams European stance on Ukraine
U.S. Sen. John McCain has said during a visit to Ukraine that it is shameful that Washington's European allies have not done more to assist Ukrainian forces in their quest to defeat Russian-backed separatists in the east.

We Are Expanding Freedom And Making Russia More Open: Putin

Moscow will respond in kind to seizure of its assets abroad - FM Lavrov
Moscow will take reciprocal action in response to the seizure of its foreign assets, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has warned.
"Our response would be in kind. This is inevitable. This is the only way of acting in international affairs," he told RBK-TV in an intervew.

Who's Behind Asia-Pacific's Growing Tensions?
Increasing tension in the Asia-Pacific between China and nations surrounding its territory, appears to be an unstoppable and inevitable lead-up to regional conflict and perhaps even global war

Obama's Stupid Propaganda Stuff
Posted: Thursday, June 11, 2015

CNN's 'Courageous' Advertorial Mill
CNN has announced the formation of a new unit that will not report the news. Instead, it will take money from corporations to produce content that resembles news but is actually PR designed to burnish its clients' images.

Obama's Stupid Propaganda Stuff
Just last month, President Obama dispatched Secretary of State Kerry to secure Russian President Putin's help in addressing the Syrian crisis and other world hotspots – but despite Putin's agreement, Obama has reversed himself and is back hurling insults at the Russians, a troubling development, writes Robert Parry.

U.S. contractors hurt in Bulgarian blast were testing arms for supply to Syrian opposition

Saudi Arabia's Yemen Offensive, Iran's 'Proxy' Strategy, and the Middle East's New 'Cold War'

Iran sends men and arms to shore up retreating Assad

Iran denies troops deployed in Syria

Ukraine Is In Crisis. Here's Why the West Can't Save It
A video roundtable explains why the IMF, Europe, and Western corporations don't have the country's best interests at heart.

Spy Virus Linked to Israel Targeted Hotels Used for Iran Nuclear Talks
Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab finds three hotels that hosted Iran talks were targeted by a virus believed used by Israeli spies

Did the War in Syria Just Become a Regional War?
There are growing indications that the war in Syria has now entered a new and dangerous phase that threatens to engulf the entire Middle East in a broad regional war. The news that Iran has sent significant numbers of Iranian, Iraqi, and Afghan troops to take active part in defense of Syria has the potential to transform the conflict into one with global implications as Iran's key regional rivals – Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Israel – continue to support jihadi factions in their war against the government of Bashar al-Assad.

The US Government's Not-So-Secret Support for Al Qaeda and ISIS
The Biggest State Sponsor of Terrorism of Them All

How the US fuelled the rise of Isis in Syria and Iraq
The war on terror, that campaign without end launched 14 years ago by George Bush, is tying itself up in ever more grotesque contortions. On Monday the trial in London of a Swedish man, Bherlin Gildo, accused of terrorism in Syria, collapsed after it became clear British intelligence had been arming the same rebel groups the defendant was charged with supporting.

The Dark Saudi-Israeli Plot To Tip the Scales in Syria
The Saudis and the Turks are scaling up their support for Syrian jihadists while the Israelis contemplate a new war with Hezbollah

Setbacks suffered by the Syrian regime
The Syrian government has suffered another in a series of battlefield losses against the Islamic State (IS) and other rebel groups.

Logistics 101: Where Does ISIS Get Its Guns?

22 dead in Hezbollah clashes with ISIS on northeast Lebanon border

US Backed Rebels seize sprawling army base in southern Syria

Eritrea accuses UN of 'slander' over rights report
Eritrea's government has dismissed as a "vile slander" a UN report accusing it of human rights violations on a scale "seldom witnessed elsewhere".

Chadian Soldiers Kill 207 Boko Haram as Militant Group Slaughters 15 in Borno

15 killed, 500 homes burnt as Boko Haram attacks Borno village

Department Of Justice Uses Grand Jury Subpoena To Identify Anonymous Commenters on a Silk Road Post at Reason.com

California man beaten by police officers in 'horrific and inflammatory' video
Footage shows Jose Velasco of Salinas, who sister says is mentally ill, being struck repeatedly with batons for over 45 seconds after alleged assault of mother

FIFA corruption arrests
Posted: Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Fifa in crisis as officials who presided over 'World Cup of fraud' are arrested
FBI investigation into corruption leads to dawn raids in Zurich, while Swiss authorities look into bids for 2018 and 2022 World Cups

FIFA corruption arrests: All you need to know about the scandal surrounding top officials in Zurich

VIDEO: Glenn Greenwald Explains How to Keep Your Data Away From the NSA
In an April interview with acTVism Munich, Intercept reporter Glenn Greenwald explains how tech giants such as Facebook and Google were "eager" to cooperate with the National Security Agency and offers important advice that individuals can follow to make it harder for the NSA to collect private data.

China state paper warns of war over South China Sea unless US backs down

China plans blunt move into 'open seas,' warns foreign powers not to meddle
In a new strategy unveiled today, the South China Sea continues to be a potential flashpoint for China and its neighbors, and between Washington and Beijing.

China's Plan to Lead the Globe
As tensions in the South China Sea between the US and China continue to rise, the US Navy and Air Force are quietly gearing up to fight a war in the disputed region.

Washington Blows Itself Up With Its Own Bomb
These are sad days in Washington and Wall Street. The once unchallenged sole Superpower at the collapse of the Soviet Union some quarter century ago is losing its global influence so rapidly that most would not have predicted anything comparable six months ago. The key actor who has catalyzed a global defiance of Washington as Sole Superpower is Vladimir Putin, Russia's President. This is the real background to the surprise visit of US Secretary of State John Kerry to Sochi to meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and then a four hour talk with "Satan" himself, Putin

Failure of the US coup d'État in Macedonia
Macedonia has just neutralised an armed group whose sponsors had been under surveillance for at least eight months. By doing so, it has prevented a new attempt at a coup d'État, planned by Washington for the 17th of May. The aim was to spread the chaos already infecting Ukraine into Macedonia in order to stall the passage of a Russian gas pipeline to the European Union.

A Color Revolution for Macedonia

Far from facing the truth, the US is telling new lies about Iraq
Politicians who claim they had no choice but to support the invasion are wrong. America got a war it wanted - even if it wasn't what it expected

Iraqi lack of will to fight ISIS has been 'a problem': White House

Lack Of U.S. Air Support In Ramadi Points To Disguised Darker Aim

'Ditch double standards!' Russia seeks united anti-ISIS front after Palmyra massacre
Moscow has condemned the massacre of civilians in the ancient city of Palmyra, urging the international community to denounce double standards in its approach to fighting terrorists, and unite against IS (Islamic State, formerly ISIS/ISIL) aggression.

Two thirds of Yemen without clean water, as outbreak of disease looms: Oxfam

Russia's Landmark $2Bln Deal With Egypt for MiG Fighter Jets

David Cameron Takes UK Election
Posted: Friday, May 8, 2015

In Surprise Lurch to the Right, David Cameron Takes UK Election
Scottish Nationalist Party makes surprising gains

New York state police handcuff and shackle 'combative' five-year-old

Nonviolence for Whom?
If violence isn't the answer, somebody should tell the police.

We're citizens, not subjects. We have the right to criticize government without fear
When freedom of information and transparency are stifled, then bad decisions are often made and heartbreaking tragedies occur – too often on a breathtaking scale that can leave societies wondering: how did this happen? Think about the recent debates on torture, assassination by unmanned aircraft, secret warrants and detentions, intelligence and surveillance courts, military commissions, immigration detention centers and the conduct of modern warfare. These policies affect millions of people around the world every day and can affect anyone – wives, children, fathers, aunts, boyfriends, cousins, friends, employees, bosses, clergy and even career politicians – at any time. It is time that we bring a health dose of sunlight to them.

Iran to send aid ship to Yemen: State media
The Iranian vessel is expected to leave on Saturday and take about 10 days to reach Yemen.

Syrian army, Hezbollah seize 5 strategic hills in Qalamoun

Turkey confirms pact with Saudi to help anti-Assad rebels

Turkey troops to intervene in Syria crisis soon: Opposition

Gifting Russia 'Free-Market' Extremism
Official Washington's Putin-bashing knows no bounds as the Russian president's understandable complaints about U.S. triumphalism and NATO expansion, after the Soviet collapse in the 1990s, are dismissed as signs of his “paranoia” and “revisionism,” writes Robert Parry.

Russia: EU Does Not Want Ukraine Truce To Hold
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has accused "someone in the European Union" of trying to ensure that a cease-fire in eastern Ukraine fails.

Russia is Acting Like a Country Preparing For War

70 Years On: The Real Story Behind the Defeat of the Nazis
The Soviet Union resisted, fought back and eventually won the war, at a gigantic human and material cost with up to 27 million deaths.

Sailing And Sinking The RMS Lusitania
A Century Of Lying America Into War

DOJ to Investigate Pattern of Racist Policing in Baltimore
Though welcomed, rights advocates question whether prosecutions or probes will have meaningful impact on systemic discrimination in Baltimore and other U.S. cities

The Baltimore Show
The "Thugs" and "Savages" Who Didn't Know How to Loot

White and Black and Blue: In 49 of 50 Cities, Cops Whiter Than The Communities They "Serve"

NSA Phone Surveillance Illegal, Federal Court Rules
'This decision is a resounding victory for the rule of law.'

Appeals Court: 'Staggering' NSA Surveillance Illegal, Can Continue Anyhow
Patriot Act Doesn't Allow Unchecked Surveillance

"Yemen is the most extraordinary global terrorism campaign"
Posted: Thursday, April 23, 2015

Noam Chomsky: Yemen is the most extraordinary global terrorism campaign in history


Ahmed Farouq: Leader of al Qaeda's Indian branch killed by U.S.

Botched US Drone Strike Kills Two al-Qaeda-Held Hostages
Obama Touts His Own Transparency on Killings

Deconstructing Obama's Yemeni intervention

Yemen Crisis: Saudi Arabia's Air War Resumes
...Despite having no decisive impact on the opposing Houthi militias

How the U.S. Contributed to Yemen's Crisis
Washington's support for Yemen's former dictatorship – and of Saudi efforts to sideline the country's nonviolent pro-democracy movement – helped create the current crisis.

White House says 'job is not done' in Yemen

Israel Deported Them. Then ISIS Cut Off Their Heads
Three of the Ethiopian Christians beheaded by ISIS were living in Israel–until the government got them to leave.

CIA Files Prove America Helped Saddam as He Gassed Iran
The U.S. knew Hussein was launching some of the worst chemical attacks in history -- and still gave him a hand.

NATO role in 2011 Gadhafi ouster may have given rise to Islamic State presence in Libya

Video of Islamic State capabilities impresses military experts

Police Officer Throws Grandfather to the Ground — Paralyzing Him

How Israel Hid Its Secret Nuclear Weapons Program
Posted: Friday, April 17, 2015

NSA and FBI fight to retain spy powers as surveillance law nears expiration
With about 45 days remaining before a major post-9/11 surveillance authorization expires, representatives of the National Security Agency and the FBI are taking to Capitol Hill to convince legislators to preserve their sweeping spy powers.

Assange agrees to be interviewed at London embassy
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has agreed to be questioned over rape allegations at Ecuador's London embassy. The development could break a five-year deadlock in the case.

How Israel Hid Its Secret Nuclear Weapons Program
An exclusive look inside newly declassified documents shows how Israel blocked U.S. efforts to uncover its secret nuclear reactor.

Eduardo Galeano on Haiti

Saudis Face Defeat in Yemen and Instability at Home

UN chief calls for immediate cease-fire in Yemen

No power, no fuel, no water, no food. That's Yemen right now
The Saudi bombing campaign over Yemen has destroyed power transmission lines, taking out much of the country's electricity. In the capital, Sanaa, there's been no power for many days and nights.

Al-Qaeda Captures Yemen Airport, Oil Terminal
Local Tribes Hope AQAP Will Give Airport to Them
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has been the chief beneficiary of the Saudi war against Yemen's Houthis so far, as it has distracted the Houthis from fighting against them, and freed up AQAP forces to amass huge gains in the southeast.

Al Qaeda Is Beating the Islamic State
Get ready for the clash of caliphates

Americans face harrowing escapes from Yemen, says U.S. envoy in Djibouti

Al-Shabab recruiting in Kenyan towns

Somali Shebab university massacre gunmen were Kenyans: report

Kenya 'begins construction' of Somalia security barrier

Iraq PM says Yemen could stoke regional war, slams Saudi operations

Iraqi PM warns Isis could become unstoppable as key city threatened

Iran urges India, China and Russia to counter NATO missile system
Iran has announced its readiness to cooperate with Russia, China and India on the issue of NATO's missile shield and related threats from the military bloc, the head of its defense ministry said in Moscow.

Syrian Rebels Caught in 'False-Flag' Kidnapping
In August 2013, when the U.S. government almost went to war in Syria over a Sarin attack, suspicions that it was a rebel "false-flag" were ridiculed. But new disclosures about a rebel role in kidnapping NBC's Richard Engel several months earlier show the rebels knew such propaganda tricks, says Robert Parry.

NBC News Alters Account of Correspondent's Kidnapping in Syria
NBC News on Wednesday revised its account of the 2012 kidnapping of its chief foreign correspondent, Richard Engel, saying it was likely that Mr. Engel and his reporting team had been abducted by a Sunni militant group, not forces affiliated with the government of President Bashar al-Assad of Syria.

Noam Chomsky: We're facing a new Cold War
The linguist and philosopher on the warped coverage of Putin's Russia and the ways we whitewash our war crimes

"Operation F**k Putin" Hits a Wall, as the Russian Economy Returns to Growth
Despite the low oil prices and the sanctions and the provocations and the constant vilification in the western press, Russia just puts its head down, and keeps on keeping on.

Direct line with Vladimir Putin
Putin annual Q&A session 2015

Russia blames U.S. for security crises and turmoil in Ukraine

US 'crossed all imaginable lines' forcing Ukraine to do its bidding – Russian Def. Min.

Pro-Russian journalist shot dead in Ukraine
A UKRAINIAN journalist known for his pro-Russian views has been shot dead in Kiev a day after a pro-Russian politician was found dead.

History of Ukraine Told by Assassinated Ukrainian Writer Oles Buzina
Is this the Ukrainian democracy the West wants to see?

Murders of pro-Russian lobbyists increase tension in Ukraine standoff

America's Weaponising of Ignorance
The contract killing of two opposition figures in Kiev this week is stark evidence that the country under the Western-backed regime is descending into a fully-fledged state of chaos and criminality.

Putin condemns Kiev over 'blockade' of east Ukraine
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Ukraine's government is "cutting off" defiant rebel-held areas of eastern Ukraine through an economic blockade.

Russia criticizes Canada for sending troops to Ukraine

Putin accuses US of isolating Russia, treating it as 'vassal' state

Minister: 40% of Venezuelans to Have Public Housing by 2019

Anti-Immigrant Violence in South Africa Leaves 5 Dead

10 Nigerians killed as xenophobic attacks spread in South Africa



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