Fierce clashes have resumed between ISIL Takfiri militants and Kurdish fighters in Syria's northern town of Kobani, which has been under siege by ISIL for over a month.
Fierce clashes between the Lebanese Army and Islamist gunmen in the northern city of Tripoli showed no sign of stopping Saturday morning, with at least 20 people including nine soldiers wounded overnight.
Calogero Gambino, a senior Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) regulatory lawyer, has been found dead in New York in what appears to have been a suicide found hanging by the neck from a stairway banister.
Chris Hedges embarks on a long, ranging discussion with political philosopher and former professor of politics at Princeton University Sheldon Wolin on the state of American democracy and the rise of corporate capitalism.
A colossal sunspot large enough to be seen with the naked eye now blemishes the nearside of the sun, covering an area wide enough to comfortably fit 10 Earths side by side. The new sunspot, dubbed AR 12192, is the largest observed since 1990.
Putin: “Controversies are stockpiling in the world and let’s ask one another frankly whether or not we have a reliable safety net,“The system is enfeebled, fragmented and deformed.”“otherwise no other instruments except brutal force remain.”“A sensible reconstruction should have been carried out and a system of international relations should have been adapted to new realities.”
Thierry Leyne, a French-Israeli banker and partner of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, former IMF chief found dead Thursday after jumping off the 23rd floor of one of the Yoo towers, a prestigious residential complex in Tel Aviv, the 16th financial services executive death this year.
Social Security Administration has just released wage statistics for 2013. Last year, 50 percent of all American workers made less than $28,031, and 39 percent of all American workers made less than $20,000.
Putin: Russia did not initiate the ongoing tensions between Moscow and the West. The “so-called Cold War victors” want to redraw the entire world exclusively for themselves. “Russia will not be posturing, get offended, ask someone for anything. Russia is self-sufficient.”
China along with 20 other nations have inked a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to establish a new Beijing-backed infrastructure lender for Asia to meet the need for construction of dams, ports, power plants telecommunications networks in Asia. India, Singapore and Vietnam among the signatories.
United States Department of Labor caught Electronics Imaging, a multimillion dollar corporation in California in an investigation, found eight employees" flown in from India to work 120-hour weeks for $1.21 per hour. EFI was charged $3,500. Company earned $109 million last year, CEO "earned" $6 Mil.
14-year old Eric Martin bullied severely, one day he fought back, beat unconsciousness by classmates, spent two weeks in hospital. School is pressing charges against Eric. He is facing two charges of assault despite suffering a traumatic brain injury, multiple contusions, and a broken arm, his assailants were largely unharmed. If convicted, he could face jail time and fines.
Canada enacted National Anti-Terrorism Plan, involves coordinated mobilization of all sections of national-security including the military, in response to shooting Wednesday morning of a soldier at National War Memorial in Ottawa storming national parliament building by a gunman.
During the last decades Russia has always been helping Kiev financially, spending hundreds of billions of dollars to support Ukraine, but this cannot last forever, During the last 20 years we have already sponsored the Ukrainian economy for hundreds billions of dollars; Kremlin chief of staff Sergei Ivanov. Thursday.
Russia has dismissed rounds of economic sanctions against it over its alleged involvement in the Ukrainian crisis, stating that neither the United States nor the European Union (EU) can isolate Moscow.
November 4th, Colorado residents will have the chance to vote on Prop. 105 to label GMOs, Monsanto is running campaigns saying that GMO labeling will cause a rise in food prices,
Doctor in New York City recently returned from treating Ebola patients in Guinea tested positive for Ebola Thursday, city’s first diagnosed case. Officials expected the disease to arrive in New York eventually, preparing for months; highlighted challenges of containment of the virus in a crowded metropolis.
“We all know the paper market has NO representation to the physical market.” – Keith Neumeyer, CEO, First Majestic Silver Corp.
According to the Media Advisory; “the $ 25 million ‘Factor GMO’ study will investigate the health effects of a genetically modified (GMO) crop that has been in our food and animal feed supplies for many years. It will answer the question: Is this GMO food and associated pesticide safe for human health?
A Washington, DC jury has convicted one former Blackwater guard of murder and three more from the private military company of voluntary manslaughter in connection with infamous 2007 shooting in Baghdad that left 14 civilians dead and 17 others injured.
As fear of Ebola infections spreads to developed economies, U.S. and British insurance companies have begun writing Ebola exclusions into standard policies to cover hospitals, event organizers and other businesses vulnerable to local disruptions.
On Tuesday more energy was created by UK wind farms than by nuclear power stations, reports the National Grid. Wind farms made up 14.2 per cent of all power generated, while nuclear power contributed 13.2 per cent, due to unusually strong winds.
Monsanto spent $2.5 million in addition to what they’ve already spent to defeat GMO labeling in Oregon bringing total to $4.5 million, another million in Colorado to keep voters from checking that YES LABEL GMOs box at the voting booths. What are these companies trying to hide from U.S. consumers?
Forced Ebola vaccinations are just around the corner due to fear of Ebola spreading through the U.S., but do we really want to trust an industry which already puts carcinogenic adjuvants into the vaccines used to “treat” measles, mumps, polio, rubella, cervical cancer, and more?
Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko endorsed a ban on unemployment, introducing measures against "social parasitism." Belarussian police proposal to punish people who "intentionally don't work," including by imposing forced labor. "We need to make these people work using any means we know.
From the nurses description of the lack of any ebola protocols among the staff and the absence of isolation and protective suiting, it will be a miracle if large numbers of people were not infected. If you think you can have any confidence in health authorities, disabuse yourself of the idea by reading the nurses’ statement:
Consumption of sugary soda drinks such as cola and lemonade may be linked to accelerated DNA ageing, say researchers who have studied the impact of the drinks in more than 5,000 people.
Russia will have military control of the entirety of its 6,200 km Arctic coastal zone by the end of 2014, just a year after Moscow announced its ambitious plan to build military presence in the region, Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu has announced.
The East African nation of Rwanda is requiring all visitors from the United States and Spain to self-monitor, fill out an extensive questionnaire and report their medical condition for the first 21 days of their visits because of the Ebola cases that have surfaced in the two Western countries.
E15 GMO corn will ruin your engine if your car was made before 2012, warns AAA, and though the EPA has promoted this GMO fuel, numerous car manufacturers are saying that they won’t honor E15 GMO ethanol damage under warranties.
Interior Minister Miguel Rodriguez: Venezuelan government’s public safety plan will include radars sensitive to gunfire and drones equipped with video cameras, will include radars sensitive to gunfire and drones equipped with video cameras.
Italy building momentum to leave the Euro. The oil crash created by the U.S. and Saudi Arabia trying to destroy Russia’s economy. Obamacare plans increasing in cost. Senegal and Nigeria are now Ebola free. FDA blocking Ebola testing equipment already in existence. EU will not recognize elections in Southeast Ukraine. Humanitarian aid going to Islamic State not the people of Syria.
As evidenced by the Russian central bank, it appears that Russia has added another 1,200,000 ounces of physical gold to their reserves. Total Russian gold reserves now stand at 37,000,000 ounces, or 1049 tonnes.
Obama administration stepped up its war in Syria with air drops of military, medical supplies to Kurdish forces holding town of Kobani against offensive by Islamic State, putting pressure on Turkish government to assist in preventing Kobani, near Turkish border, being overrun by ISIS fighters.
US Senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham urged the Obama administration to intensify the fight against the Islamic State, take measures to defeat the Assad regime. Advocated,deployment of US Special Forces, military advisers on the ground to direct airstrikes.
Russia’s Lower House has approved a motion to the UN General Assembly and international parliamentary groups calling for the end of the economic, financial and trade embargo of Cuba introduced by the USA in 1961. It was passed by the State Duma on Tuesday.
Danish pig farmerslose $680 million this year from Russia’s food embargo. 9.5 million European farmers affected by Russia’s food embargo. Europe’s exports cut by Russia’s food embargo €5 billion. Russia’s sanctions: one-year ban on agricultural imports from countries that imposed sanctions against Moscow.
Three months ago, CEO of Total, Christophe de Margerie, dared utter the phrase heard around the petrodollar world, “There is no reason to pay for oil in dollars,”was killed in a business jet crash at Vnukovo Airport in Moscow after the aircraft hit a snow-plough on take-off,snow-plough driver was also killed.
The United States government has moved to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) on behalf of five US citizens who say they were victims of a domestic surveillance program, which involves the collection of “suspicious activity reports” on individuals.
Over the past 20 years, prompted by changing police tactics and a zero-tolerance attitude toward small crimes, authorities have made more than a quarter of a billion arrests. Nearly one out of every three American adults are on file in the FBI’s master criminal database.
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