Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin: NATO is sending Ukraine arms and military equipment from East European countries which is in the interest of US military-industrial complex. Ukraine presented NATO a list of military equipment, needed by the country.
Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabeordered the nation’s remaining white farmers booted off their farms, land be given to black Zimbabweans, country close to bankruptcy, whites may no longer own any land in Zimbabwe, would still be allowed to own businesses and urban apartments.
Russia's parliament passed a law on Friday to force Internet sites that store the personal data of Russian citizens to do so inside the country, a move the Kremlin says is for data protection but which critics see an attack on social networks.
Russia Deputy PM Dmitry Rogozin: NATO’s newest Eastern European members are handing over their Soviet arms stockpiles to the Ukrainian army, the alliance is in danger of pouring gasoline on the flames of that country’s civil war.
Japanese cabinet to endorse “reinterpreting”country’s constitution to authorise “collective self-defence” Under pretext of coming to aid other nations, step toward ending constitutional restraints on use of military force, allow Japan to forge new military ties, wage wars of aggression in concert with its allies.
The US Department of State spokesperson Jen Psaki: "In terms of events of what’s happening on the ground, our view is that the Ukrainian security forces' operations have been moderate and measured; they’ve been taking steps to maintain calm within their own country.
Hillary Clinton backed GMOs and Big Ag, endorsement of GMO seeds when she served as Secretary of State. Fears that current subsidies, tax breaks aren't enough,“I don’t want to see biotech or pharma companies moving out of our country simply because of some tax advantage somewhere else.
Greece faces massive power cuts as unions threaten to disrupt the country's power supply in row over government plans to break up country's main electricity provider. Workers of Greece’s Public Power Corporation (PPC) said they would strike Thursday to protest privatization program by the government.
German and French leaders have urged Russia’s president to encourage pro-Moscow protesters to reach an agreement with the government in Kiev. Russia’s President Vladimir Putin expressed “deep concern” over the increasing number of civilian casualties and refugees in Ukraine’s eastern regions.
Twelve European Union members urge their citizens to refrain from business, economic activity, investment in settlements or bodies connected to the settlements. So far 17 EU nations have published such warnings. France, Italy, Spain published warnings few days ago, joining Germany Britain.
Russia just delivered the second batch of Sukhoi fighter jets (which will be flown by Iraqi pilots and "are ready to provide air support to the armed forces"), and the US unloaded 4,000 additional Hellfire missiles to support Iraq's fight against the Islamist insurgents.
Eyewitnesses in the Cossack settlement of Luganskaya have accused government forces of carrying out two airstrikes on densely-populated residential areas. 9 people died,11 wounded. Among the victims is a five year-old girl. . Kiev says the devastation is the result of shelling by secessionist forces.
German FM Frank-Walter Steinmeie: A roadmap of measures that will point a way out of the Ukrainian crisis has been agreed during four-way talks between the foreign ministers of Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine with the goal of reaching an unconditional and mutually agreed, sustainable ceasefire.”
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko decided to not prolong ceasefire with Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, announcing an end to a fragile deal to deescalate tensions in country's east regions. Since then, heavy shelling, intense shooting reported in city of Kramatorsk in Donetsk.
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has been charged with corruption and influence peddling in a criminal investigation, French prosecutors said Wednesday. The decision came after Sarkozy was questioned for 15 hours, marking the first time a French head of state has been taken into custody.
NATO’s top military commander said Monday that American troops from the United States will be dispatched to Europe to respond to Russian aggression in Ukraine. American forces moved for stepped-up ground and air patrols in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland and Romania.
Russia’s Foreign Ministry criticized the move as “more than strange,” saying the potential aid would only bolster what the militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) have declared as being a “caliphate” in parts of Iraq and Syria.
At least 22 alleged gang members have been killed in Mexico’s southeast in a clash with government soldiers. Reports said that the incident happened after the suspected gang members opened fire on soldiers, which led to the minutes-long gun battle. Mexican president pledged to get rid of gang violence.
Iran will not send armed forces to fight against Takfiri terrorists in Iraq. Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian: “If Iraq requires our arms for combat against terrorism, we will provide these arms in accordance with international law and our bilateral contracts.”
A retired US Army general deployed to Iraq three times warned against US airstrikes against Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant Takfiri militants. Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Barbero, who spent more than 46 months in Iraq, says US airstrikes in Iraq would be “relatively ineffective” in beating the militants.
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has called for major air and ground military operations in the besieged Gaza Strip. called for a repeat of “Defensive Shield II” in the impoverished territory.referring to Israel’s onslaught in the West Bank during the in 2000s.
Russian President Vladimir Putin: the West hatching a plot to destabilize the whole region through its intervention in Ukraine. Events provoked by the West in Ukraine are a concentrated manifestation of a containment policy against Russia,” Western sanctions regarding Russia a “policy instrument.
The Communist caucus in the State Duma is proposing a all decisions of Russia’s most influential state body the Presidential Administration would require parliamentary approval.Lawmakers claim that in Russia Presidential Administration has authority far beyond president’s functions.
The ban covers any public show from amateur speech or standup comedy to cinema blockbuster despite protests from the artistic community. From now on films with obscene words will only be sold with special warning stickers. The fines vary from $60 to $1,500 depending who breaks the law.
Latest drilling techniques for obtaining gas, which drill horizontally as opposed to the more traditional vertical drilling, shows a higher rate of leaking methane. Results suggest that hazardous leaks of methane could pose potential obstacles for drilling across the nation,
Bank manager in Spain charged with cheating a partially blind 93-year-old out of €27,000 by fooling him into signing a document which granted her access to his savings. Bank staff “gave excuses” and “showed opposition” when police officers requested the relevant documents for their investigation.
The Israeli Air Force carried out what it called "precision strikes" on 34 "terror targets" in the Gaza Strip overnight, after the discovery of the bodies of three Israeli teenagers who were kidnapped in the West Bank earlier.
White House has said that up to 200 more troops are being sent to the country to bolster security at key facilities amid an organized push by ISIS militants. Obama: additional troop deployments are “a prudent measure to protect US citizens and property. Authorized 300 troops to travel to Iraq in an advisory role.
The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) tried to undo latest legally voted GMO labeling laws, but Thurston County Superior Court Judge Christine Schaller ruled the states’ case against the (GMA) will move forward, rejecting the GMA’s motion to dismiss the case on constitutional grounds.
People with symptoms of chlorine poisoning are currently being admitted to hospitals in the Ukrainian city of Slaviansk after its suburbs underwent gunfire from Kiev-controlled security forces, Governor of Donetsk People’s Republic Pavel Gubarev accused Ukrainian army of using chemical weapons.
According to Google Support’s “Dangerous Products or Services” page, company “[wants] to keep people safe both online and offline, won’t allow the promotion of products or services that cause damage, harm, or injury include accessories, ammo, magazines, clips, scopes, attachments, slings.
Texas cotton growers are petitioning the Environmental Protection Agency to let them use propazine, an alternative herbicide to Monsanto’s glysophate, which is currently used, to combat a “super weed” that has developed resistance to it. Herbicide-resistant weeds were first reported in the 1950s.
New Russian laws introduce prison sentences for public calls in support of extremist activities as well as for providing extremists with financial assistance. Public calls for extremism will be punished with up to five years in prison. This applies to internet posts as well as mass media publications.
A little-known US intelligence agency hopes to find firms capable of writing computer algorithms nearly identical to those implemented by the human brain. goal is to create new generation of machine learning algorithms achieve human-like performance on complex information processing tasks.
Authors of controversial Facebook study apologize after effort to see if emotional states are contagious caused complaints. Social networking site secretly manipulated posts seen by 700,000 users in 2012 to let data analysts get a glimpse at how emotional states are transmitted over the platform.
Files leaked to the media by Edward Snowden show the United States National Security Agency authorized to spy on persons in all but four countries. NSA’s computers automatically filter out phone calls from Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand that would otherwise be collected using FISA.
Amid fierce conflict between Kiev troops and self-defense forces, residents in eastern Ukrainian regions are ready to hide in Soviet-era bomb shelters, which may protect them and their children from army air raids and artillery fire. According to the Lugansk residents, the facility has everything people need.
Kiev mayor Vitaly Klitschko, who leads UDAR party, and his brother, the boxing celebrity Vladimir Klitschko have shelled out more than $ 270,000 to purchase equipment for the Kyiv battalion, which is engaged in the government’s punitive operation in the eastern Lugansk region.
An Argentine judge has filed corruption charges against the country’s Vice President Amado Boudou over secretly buying the Ciccone Calcografica printing company that prints the country’s currency,
suspected of using a front man to buy the company.
More than 7,000 people have been killed since January in infighting among foreign-backed Takfiri militants who are wreaking havoc on Syria. Clashes between the rival militant groups still continue despite an order by senior al-Qaeda leaders to stop the infighting.
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