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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

Saudi Atrocities Go Unnoticed
Posted: Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Kenya says it destroys two al Shabaab camps in Somalia

US-Saudis Terrorise Yemen to 'Cry Uncle'
Nearly two weeks of unrelenting air strikes on Yemen by a US-backed Saudi foreign coalition is turning the already impoverished Arab Peninsula country into a humanitarian disaster.

Saudi Atrocities Go Unnoticed

US speeds up arms supplies to Saudi-led coalition: official

With Scores of Children Among Civilian Dead in Yemen, US Sending More Weapons

Obama's Fateful Indecision
Exclusive: With Israel and Saudi Arabia siding with the Islamic State and Al-Qaeda versus Iran and its allies, President Obama faces a critical decision - whether to repudiate those old allies and cooperate with Iran or watch as Sunni terrorist groups possibly take control of a major country in the Mideast, writes Robert Parry.

All Praise To The Iranian Nuclear Framework
It Finally Exposes The War Party's Big Lie

Nuclear Experts Endorse Iran Nuclear Agreement In Open Letter

Failed U.S. Strategic Concepts: War on Terror and State Sponsor of Terrorism

People are freaking out about the Trans Pacific Partnership's investor dispute settlement system. Why should you care?
The recent leak of a secret chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership's Investor-State Dispute Settlement system (ISDS) is getting many people on both the left and the right upset.

How America Became an Oligarchy

What You Don't Know About The United States – Iran Agreements
For the last two years, the United States have been secretly negotiating a regional cease-fire with Iran. Having now arrived at a bilateral agreement, they have announced a solution to the nuclear question and the economic sanctions within the framework of the multilateral negociations which have been dragging on since 2003. A privileged witness, Thierry Meyssan reveals the stakes of this diplomatic imbroglio, and how Washington intends to organise the Levant and the Gulf regions for the next ten years.

Bibi's Iran shocker: How he accidentally revealed his desire for more war
Netanyahu has long claimed he doesn't want the U.S. to go to war with Iran. But this weekend, he let the truth slip

White House defends Iran deal as Israel, Saudi Arabia soften their positions

US, Israel Continue to Talk Up Attacking Iran in Wake of Framework
Obama Aide Assures of 'Military Option' in Interview With Israeli TV

Rand Paul Finally, Sort of, Responds to the Iran Negotiations

140 Killed as Saudis Fuel New Round of South Yemen Clashes
Airstrikes Backed Remnants of Hadi Forces

Saudis Continue to Block Yemen Aid Fights as Russia Urges Ceasefire

Ukraine Rebels Spurn Poroshenko Referendum Offer
Poroshenko Condemns Federalism, But Offers City-Based Decentralization

Yemen Joins The Axis Of Resistance
Posted: Thursday, March 26, 2015

Airlines change cockpit rules after co-pilot blamed for Germanwings crash
Mystery of flight 4U9525 solved after prosecutor reveals Andreas Lubitz had locked pilot out of cockpit and activated descent into French Alps

Mass-killer co-pilot who deliberately crashed Germanwings plane had to STOP training because he was suffering depression and 'burn-out'. German police make 'significant discovery' at his flat

Saudi Arabia launches airstrikes on Yemen rebel military bases
Kingdom deploys 100 fighter jets and 150,000 soldiers after president flees country by boat

Iran warns of bloodshed as Saudi–led forces bomb Yemen
Houthi rebels say least 18 people killed in air strikes in Sanaa, as Iran warns violence could spread across the region.

25 killed in Saudi-led operation against Yemen's Houthis (Roundup)

Ground operation planned in Yemen: Egyptian officials

Russian expert: Saudi Arabia may suffer defeat in Yemen

Yemen Joins The Axis Of Resistance
The tribal groups in north Yemen that make up the Houthi movement have always been distinct in their fighting spirits. When the Saudi army was send to beat them it was thoroughly defeated. They have also always felt that they did not receive a fair share of Yemen's not so big oil revenues and other spoils. During the last decades they fought some six small wars against the Yemeni army.

ISIS: Making sense of the spectacular brutality and viral engagement fueling the new state of terror
Experts explain how botched American policies helped create a movement that revolutionized Islamist extremism

Iran talks aim for understanding this week, not end game: European official

Russian Duma may reauthorize Putin to send the Russian Army into Ukraine

Ukraine's Oligarchs Turn on Each Other
Ukraine's post-coup regime is facing what looks like a falling-out among thieves as oligarch-warlord Igor Kolomoisky, who was given his own province to rule, brought his armed men to Kiev to fight for control of the state-owned energy company, further complicating the State Department's propaganda efforts, reports Robert Parry.

The Government's Fixation on Spying and Lying

Netanyahu gets go-ahead to form Israel's next government

EU plans to pressure Israel as diplomat warns of 'collision course'
Leaked report outlines 40 suggestions to sway Israeli policy; EU source: more chance of implementation in wake of Netanyahu rejection of Palestinian state.

White House Says Israeli Occupation of Palestinian Lands 'Must End'
In striking choice of words, Obama's chief of staff elevates public rhetoric against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Israel Spied on Iran Talks, Gave Intel to US Lawmakers to Kill Deal: Report
US officials angered, reports Wall Street Journal, that Israelis used captured information from high-level negotiations to thwart chances of nuclear agreement

Did Allied troops rape 285,000 German women?
That's the shocking claim in a new book. But is the German feminist behind it exposing a war crime – or slandering heroes?

Moscow says new U.S. national security strategy is anti-Russian

EU and Cuba push for closer ties as thaw develops

Netanyahu will be remembered for speaking Israel's truth
Posted: Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Netanyahu will be remembered for speaking Israel's truth
Netanyahu said last week that if he were to be reelected, a Palestinian state would not be established on his watch. Plain and simple, loud and clear. This simple, pure truth was the case for all his predecessors as well - all the prime ministers, peace lovers and justice seekers from the center and the left, who gave false promises.

Obama: We believe Netanyahu doesn't want a Palestinian state
In first public comments after Israeli elections, US president says his administration is evaluating options 'to make sure that we don't see a chaotic situation in the region' following PM's rejection of two-state solution and subsequently backtracking.

U.S. Doubts Over Netanyahu May Spur ‘Other Steps' on Peace
The U.S. is weighing a new approach to Middle East peace that may be less supportive of Israel, after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu raised doubts that he would ever accept a Palestinian state.

Grassley: US-Israeli partnership might be 'over'
Earnest suggested Friday the U.S. could change its policy toward its longtime and closest Middle East ally, which Obama reiterated to The Huffington Post, citing his congratulatory call to Netanyahu.

51 MKs nominate Netanyahu as coalition talks get underway
United Torah Judaism vows not to join government with Yesh Atid; Likud MK urges parties to lower their demands

Herzog: Netanyahu humiliated Israeli Arabs to garner votes
In series of meetings and TV interviews, Zionist Union leader says the prime minister's rhetoric on Israeli Arabs ahead of election was 'fraudulent and racist. And it worked.'

Israeli delegation heads to France ahead of final round of Iran nuclear talks
The Israeli delegation's trip is a last-ditch effort to influence the understandings taking shape between Iran and world powers; France holds toughest view on deal.

It's Official: The Pentagon Finally Admitted That Israel Has Nuclear Weapons, Too
While the Washington press corps obsessed over Hillary Clinton's e-mails at the State Department, reporters were missing a far more important story about government secrets. After five decades of pretending otherwise, the Pentagon has reluctantly confirmed that Israel does indeed possess nuclear bombs, as well as awesome weapons technology similar to America's.

Tragic Delusions: Neocons' Never-Ending Iraq Fairy-Tale

After a Twelve Year Mistake in Iraq, We Must Just March Home
Twelve years ago last week, the US launched its invasion of Iraq, an act the late General William Odom predicted would turn out to be "the greatest strategic disaster in US history."

NATO's Breedlove says 'all tools' on table to help Ukraine
NATO'S top military commander has said the West should "consider all our tools" to assist Ukraine. This, General Philip Breedlove said, includes sending defensive weapons to areas held by pro-Russian rebels.

Russia Under Attack
Human intelligence has gone missing if after 14 years of US military aggression against eight countries the world does not understand that Washington is lost in arrogance and hubris and imagines itself the ruler of the universe.

U.S. Marines could lead the charge against Boko Haram
Marines could play an important role in containing – if not defeating – Boko Haram, according to a new study published just days after the radical organization announced its allegiance to the Islamic State group.

Indonesian president says China's main claim in South China Sea has no legal basis

U.S. Boosts Military Presence in Gulf Waters as Iran Deal Inches Closer
Massive military exercise runs as major powers seek nuke deal

Iran is ready to crash Pipelineistan
Way beyond an Iran nuclear deal, and way beyond the end of a nasty economic siege that's been in place for 35 years since the Islamic Revolution, the coming Western embrace means above all that Iran is now ready to crash the chessboard I call Pipelineistan. http://tomdispatch.com/post/175050/pepe_escobar_welcome_to_pipelineistan

Can You Say 'Blowback' in Spanish?
The Failed War on Drugs in Mexico (and the United States)

US "Loses" $500 Million In Weapons Given To Yemen, Now In Al-Qaeda Hands

Obama absurdly declares Venezuela a security threat
Posted: Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Obama absurdly declares Venezuela a security threat
Channeling Reagan, Obama continues US pressure on Latin American leftist governments

Venezuela's Maduro seeks decree powers to fight U.S. 'imperialist' threat

Correa Confirms UNASUR Summit on 'Gross' US Threat to Venezuela

US Preparing for Military Aggression on Venezuela
History shows that when the U.S. denounces a country, it is often a pretext for intervention and regime change.

Saint Lucia Speaks out Against US Sanctions Against Venezuela
Saint Lucian nationals are firmly denouncing the escalated US sanctions against Venezuela. From political scientists to social activists, the nationals of the Caribbean island are also urging citizens of other countries to join in the opposition to the US sanctions.

Dookeran: T&T committed to trade with Venezuela
Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Dookeran said T&T will maintain its business and economic relations with Venezuela although that country has been deemed "a threat to national security" by United States President Barack Obama.

Venezuela Calls for Defensive Military Exercise
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro called on the Venezuelan population to participate in a "defensive military exercise" this weekend in light of the declaration of Venezuela as a "threat to national security" by the United States.

NSA Has Taken Over the Internet Backbone. We're Suing to Get it Back

CIA Aided Program to Spy on U.S. Cellphones
Marshals Service uses airborne devices that mimic cell towers to scan data on thousands of cellphones

The CIA Campaign to Steal Apple's Secrets
RESEARCHERS WORKING with the Central Intelligence Agency have conducted a multi-year, sustained effort to break the security of Apple's iPhones and iPads, according to top-secret documents obtained by The Intercept.

Immediately After Launching Effort to Scuttle Iran Deal, Senator Tom Cotton to Meet with Defense Contractors
In an open letter organized by freshman Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., 47 Senate Republicans today warned the leaders of Iran that any nuclear deal reached with President Barack Obama could expire as soon as he leaves office.

GOP Senators' Iran Letter Raises Talk of Treason
Is Telling Iran of Planned Duplicity Treasonous?

Part I: GOP Letter on Iran

Hardliner chosen to head council that selects Iran's supreme leader

Shutting Down AIPAC
Removing Israel from American politics

Official Washington's Delusions on Delusions
Official Washington operates in its own bubble of self-delusion in which the stars of U.S. politics, policy and media don't realize how the rest of the world sees their sociopathic behavior. This craziness is now reaching a crisis point on Iran and Russia, reports Robert Parry.

Splitting the Atlantic Alliance: NATO Lies and Provocations

Russia's Lavrov says EU's Tusk stoking tension over Ukraine

As part of Russian territory Crimea can host nuclear weapons – Foreign Ministry

Still Think There's No Anti-Russia Agenda on Western TV? Watch This 5-Minute Video
A devastating compilation of the west's lockstep anti-Russia hysteria

U.S. leaves door open to strike Assad forces if U.S.-trained rebels attacked

Saudis recall Sweden ambassador amid diplomatic row
Saudi Arabia has recalled its ambassador after Sweden ended a weapons deal between the countries on Monday.

NATO Finds Arab Backdoor to Arm Kiev
Posted: Thursday, March 5, 2015

US Envoy to SKorea in Stable Condition After Knife Attack

Nemtsov Murder: Putin Warned About Exactly This Type of "False Flag"

NATO Finds Arab Backdoor to Arm Kiev
The announcement this week that the Kiev regime struck a major deal with the United Arab Emirates for military weapons raises strong suspicions that the US-led NATO alliance has found a new backdoor into Ukraine. We say "new" because it is believed that the US and its NATO allies, Poland and Lithuania, are already covertly supplying weapons to the Kiev regime.

White House to Netanyahu: You created the crisis, you fix it
Though the administration won't say so directly, U.S. officials hint replacing Ambassador Ron Dermer is key to mending ties.

Netanyahu Speech Flops As Democratic Senators Withdraw Their Support For Iran Bill

Netanyahu blew it: How he misunderstood Congress & inadvertently ruined his own goals
Before Netanyahu's speech was announced, Congress was willing to thwart Obama's plans. Afterwards? Not so much

US challenges Israel to sharpen alternative path on Iranian nuclear negotiations
Insisting Tehran change "everything under the sun" not realistic way to close a deal, State Department says.

Netanyahu's hard line on Iran: A four-point reality check
Analysis: Some of the Israeli prime minister's core arguments for scrapping negotiations with Iran are questionable

Netanyahu, 'Censored Voices' and the False Narrative of Self-Defense

America Must Reject Netanyahu's War Cry on Iran

Why Iran Believes ISIS is a U.S. Creation
Iran has taken a lead role in defending the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad and strengthening the Baghdad government in the war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS). But that doesn't mean Iran views the United States as an ally in that war, even if they share a common enemy in ISIS.

Why the rise of fascism is again the issue
The recent 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz was a reminder of the great crime of fascism, whose Nazi iconography is embedded in our consciousness. Fascism is preserved as history, as flickering footage of goose-stepping blackshirts, their criminality terrible and clear. Yet in the same liberal societies, whose war-making elites urge us never to forget, the accelerating danger of a modern kind of fascism is suppressed; for it is their fascism.

Guardian Corrects Anti-Russian Story Based on 'Research' of Own Reporter
The Guardian was forced to correct an article by Eliot Higgins, a self-styled "citizen journalist", who claimed Russian military units fired on the Ukrainian Army from inside the Russian border on the basis of his jointly authored research with the Guardian's Diplomatic Editor.

Chinese diplomat tells West to consider Russia's security concerns over Ukraine

Russia may accept Chinese control of oil and gas fields

From eastern flank, Iran-backed force advances on Tikri
This week's multi-pronged attack is the biggest coordinated assault on the city, best known as the home town of executed Sunni president Saddam Hussein, since the radical Islamic State fighters seized it in June.

Rebranding: US May Look to al-Qaeda Faction as New 'Moderate' Allies in Syria
Qatar Aims to Get Nusra to Publicly Distance Itself From Parent al-Qaeda

US Army Official: Atlantic Resolve May Expand

Snowden says U.S. not offering fair trial if he returns

Chad president tells Boko Haram leader to surrender or face death

US Extends Sanctions on Zimbabwe

Israel is galloping to the next war in Gaza
Israel is heading to the next violent eruption with the Palestinians as though it is some sort of natural disaster that can't be avoided.

Sanctions Should Be Imposed on the U.S.
Posted: Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Sanctions Should Be Imposed on the U.S.
Another year, another set of coups that we can expect to be administered by the West.

Hailed as a Model for Successful Intervention, Libya Proves to be the Exact Opposite

Egypt bombs IS in Libya after beheadings video
Egypt says it has bombed Islamic State targets in Libya, hours after the militants released video of apparent beheadings of 21 Egyptian Christians.

New front in Islamic State war as Egypt retaliates in Libya for beheadings

Civilians killed as Egypt launches air strikes in Libya
At least seven civilians killed in northeast Libya as Cairo vows to "punish" ISIL for beheading 21 Egyptian Christians.

Italy Ready to Lead Coalition in Libya to Prevent "Caliphate Across the Sea"
Italy is ready to lead a multilateral effort to tackle the growing threat from jihadists in Libya and prevent "a caliphate" forming across the sea from Europe"s shores, the Italian defence minister has said.

In a failing state, an anti-Islamist general mounts a divisive campaign

Islamic State militants "burn to death 45 in Iraq"

UAE Launches Airstrikes Against ISIS in Syria
Attack Hits Oil Refineries in ISIS-Held Territory

Talking to Isis Could Lead to Peace
The highly politicised "listing" of armed groups by governments has been found to achieve very little

Islamic State Arrests 250 Iraqi Soldiers
Large Iraqi force deployed to Ozem sub-district, north of Baghdad

Pro-Iran militias" success in Iraq could undermine U.S.

The Putin-Did-It Conspiracy Theory
A new truce agreement in Ukraine rekindles hope that the bloodshed can be reduced if not stopped, but Official Washington"s gross misunderstanding of the crisis, blaming everything on Russia"s President Putin, raises doubts and portends a potentially grave catastrophe, writes Robert Parry.

Kiev, rebels accuse each other of breaching ceasefire, heavy artillery withdrawal in doubt

US a dangerous ally: former Australia PM
Posted: Monday, January 26, 2015

Hillary Clinton Mocks Putin, Gladly Accepts $500K in Jewels from Head-Chopping Saudi Dictator
King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud is dead. But he left behind $500K in jewels and various other gifts for rabid anti-Putin fanatic Hillary Clinton. Does Putin need to behead someone to curry her favor? Maybe...

Greater Israel: Netanyahu Seeks to Turn US Congress Against Elected American President
Republican Party machinations reach new low

US a dangerous ally: former Australia PM

FBI Arrests Russian Spy Allegedly Collecting Intel In The Bronx

NSA Was Not the Only Government Agency to Spy on You

Secret 'BADASS' Intelligence Program Spied on Smartphones
British and Canadian spy agencies accumulated sensitive data on smartphone users, including location, app preferences, and unique device identifiers, by piggybacking on ubiquitous software from advertising and analytics companies, according to a document obtained by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.

The war on leaks has gone way too far when journalists' emails are under surveillance

U.S. Spies on Millions of Cars
DEA Uses License-Plate Readers to Build Database for Federal, Local Authorities

US Drone Strike Kills Three in Yemen, Raising Questions of Authorization
No Yemeni President to Sign Off on Attacks

NYT Is Lost in Its Ukraine Propaganda
One danger of lying is that you must then incorporate the falsehood into the longer narrative, somehow making the lies fit. The same is true of propaganda as the New York Times is learning as it continues to falsify the narrative of the Ukraine crisis, writes Robert Parry.

US 'democracy promotion' in Ukraine is about dominating 'Greater Middle East'

Putin: Ukraine army is NATO legion aimed at restraining Russia
The Ukrainian army is essentially a 'NATO legion' which doesn't pursue the national interests of Ukraine, but persists to restrict Russia, President Vladimir Putin says.

US Army looking to store tanks, equipment in eastern Europe

"Out Of My Face Please" - Why Are US Soldiers In Mariupol?
Amid the devastation of yesterday's Mariupol artillery strikes which killed or wounded dozens, which was promptly blamed by both sides on the "adversary" - and has been proclaimed by both 'sides' (more on that later) as more violent than before the truce - an 'odd' clip has emerged that appears to provide all the 'proof' a US intelligence officer would need to surmise that US military boots are on the ground in Ukraine.

Russia accuses Poles of 'mockery of history' over Auschwitz

Canadian Soldiers Involved in 2 More Firefights in Iraq

Sunni officials in Iraq say Shi'ite militias kill 70 after IS rollback

Syria's President Speaks
A Conversation With Bashar al-Assad

Syrian opposition starts talks in Moscow

Assad rejects Syria opposition 'puppets' as Moscow talks begin

Iran vows retaliatory response to fresh sanctions by U.S.

Greece shows what can happen when the young revolt against corrupt elites

Maduro Says Mexican Ex-President Has Ties with Drug Cartels
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro accused Felipe Calderon of plotting with opposition to kill him and to topple his government.

The Tsunami Facing Cuba

12 Worst Ideas Religion Has Unleashed on the World
These dubious concepts advocate conflict, cruelty and suffering.

The Likely Cause of Addiction Has Been Discovered, and It Is Not What You Think



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