The Black Financial and Fraud Report: Agency Says No to Mortgage Relief

Syria Spin Machine: UK mainstream lies exposed

Drone strikes help recruit jihadists?

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US infrastructure doomed?

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Peter Tchir on the ECB’s Printers, LIBOR Litigation and the German Tippi…

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Peter Tchir on the ECB’s Printers, LIBOR Litigation and the German Tippi…

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‘Stop robbing us!’ Spain turning into Greece?

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Fighting for Enemy? Arabs serving in Israel army obligatory

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‘Hunt for Assange on, Sweden a tool of US’

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Syria Spin Machine: UK mainstream lies exposed

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The Black Financial and Fraud Report: Agency Says No to Mortgage Relief

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The Syrian Intelligence War

A TALE OF TWO SECURITY HEADQUARTERS  by Mahdi Darius NazemroayaThere is much more to the conflict in Syria than meets the eye. Syria is currently the scene of a cold war between the US, NATO, Israel, and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) on one side and Russia, China, Iran, and the Resistance Bloc on the... Continue Reading →

Where’s the Outrage: Nobody Seems to Care as America’s Becomes a Police State

 Anonymousby: Dave LindorffBack in 1976, I co-founded, with some Los Angeles colleagues, a feisty little alternative weekly called the L.A. Vanguard. About two months after we launched it, I got tipped off about a program by the local phone companies, Pacific Telephone and GTE, in which they had so-called “Security Departments,” composed of banks of operators,... Continue Reading →

New e-lobby to protect the Internet?

‘US backs chaos, ally Al-Qaeda seeks Iraq-style war in Syria’

Greek government plans further cuts

By Christoph Dreier 1 August 2012On Monday the Greek government announced it would only publish the details of its new austerity package, comprising cuts of around twelve billion euros (US$14.8 billion) later in August. Meanwhile Athens is shifting personnel inside the security services and re-equipping the police force to prepare for the violent suppression of expected... Continue Reading →

PCS union suspends strike planned for Olympics

By Tony Robson 1 August 2012A planned walkout by thousands of UK civil service workers on the eve of the Olympic Games’ opening was suspended at the eleventh hour by the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union.The 24-hour strike by Home Office staff planned for July 26 included those employed in immigration and border control. It... Continue Reading →

Grid collapse in India leaves over 650 million without electricity

By Kranti Kumara 1 August 2012Much of India’s electricity transmission grid collapsed Tuesday, depriving almost 700 million people—well over half of India’s population—of power, and in many cases water, for hours.The blackout is far and away the greatest in world history, with power cut off from approximately 10 percent of the world’s population, more than double... Continue Reading →

Grain markets soar on worldwide crop downgrades

By Naomi Spencer 1 August 2012 Downgraded harvest outlooks in the US, Russia and Australia sent grain markets soaring upward Monday. As US crops wither under the most severe drought and heat wave in more than half a century, droughts in Canada and the Black Sea growing region, a below average Indian monsoon, and a... Continue Reading →

Afghan war crimes report suppressed

1 August 2012The attempted suppression of an Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) report on atrocities and war crimes committed by Afghan governments and warlords from 1978 to 2001 is devastating exposure of the US puppet regime in Kabul.The AIHRC, an organisation set up by the Kabul regime itself, has documented the criminal record of... Continue Reading →

Welcome to the ’Kurdish Spring’

by Pepe Escobar Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has come out all guns blazing after Syrian President Bashar al-Assad quietly concluded a deal that handed the Syrian Kurdish Democratic Party control of key areas in the northeast. This raises prospects for Ankara’s worst nightmare: A semi-autonomous region coalescing with Kurds in Iraq, which turns... Continue Reading →

Russia to revive army bases in three oceans

01.08.2012 The Russian government intends to restore the military-technical support of their ships at the former military base in Cam Ranh (Vietnam), Lourdes (Cuba) and the Seychelles. So far, this is not about plans for a military presence, but rather the restoration of the crew resources. However, a solid contractual basis should be developed for... Continue Reading →

One solitary life. Part II

01.08.2012 By David Hoffman   If there is one universal question that haunts all human beings at some point in their lives, it is, "Why do we die?" Death, after all, is the great illogic.  It ultimately claims all, the rich and the poor, the mighty and the small, the good and the evil.  Death... Continue Reading →

‘US backs chaos, ally Al-Qaeda seeks Iraq-style war in Syria’

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US sanctions on Iran tougher as elections nears

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New e-lobby to protect the Internet?

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