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Iceland PM steps aside after protests over Panama Papers revelations

Iceland PM steps aside after protests over Panama Papers revelations

Adding weight to arguments that the Mossack Fonseca leak has been carefully managed to target only those that were expendable or becoming a nuisance

'We can see that the US continues to increase its military presence in Europe with an emphasis on the Eastern front... We are not passive observers,' Russia's NATO envoy says

Russia promises response to NATO buildup in E.Europe

‘We can see that the US continues to increase its military presence in Europe with an emphasis on the Eastern front… We are not passive observers,’ Russia’s NATO envoy says

US deploying additional armored brigades to Russian border

The U.S. has announced plans to significantly boost its military presence in eastern Europe, with thousands of additional troops and hundreds more armoured vehicles

Statistics watchdog warns over migration figures

Statistics watchdog warns over migration figures

Statistics authority says discrepancies in official figures “could undermine public confidence” in government assurances. Have they, in short, uncovered evidence that the government is lying about immigration?

Brussels Airport check in area following the blasts

The motive for the attacks in Paris and Brussels

Thierry Meyssan describes the secret conflict which, for the last five years, has haunted the relations between the Europan Union, France and Turkey.

Pakistanis hunt militants behind blast that killed at least 70

Breakaway faction of Taliban militants claim responsibility for blast that targeted Christians in Lahore park

Brussels attacks: Turkey says Belgium ignored warnings over suicide bomber

These “warnings” echo what sounded like veiled threats made by President Erdogan last week

CCTV footage shows suspected third bomber, far right. Click to enlarge

US warns of possible ‘near-term’ terror attacks throughout Europe after Brussels bombings

The U.S. State Department warns travellers of the risk further bombings across Europe

Purim in Brussels

People whose highest objective in life is money and pleasure will sell their nation and their children’s future cheaply, writes Michael Hoffman.

Brussels Airport check in area following the blasts

Around 35 dead in Brussels attacks horror

Europe’s capitols in lockdown. Paving the way for NATO ‘intervention’ in the Middle East?

Two explosions at Brussels airport, one explosion at Maelbeek metro at EU quarters

Shots were fired, and Arabic shouted, before the two explosions took place BELGA news agency reports. Correspondent for the Sunday Times tweeted that 25 deaths have been reported but not confirmed

Does Google basically work for the White House?

Internet giant offered to assist in efforts to overthrow Syria’s President Assad

You Won’t Believe What A Liberal Protester Just Did To An Effigy Of Donald Trump…

Whether you are a supporter of Donald Trump or not, what is unfolding is deeply alarming

What Dershowitz, Prince Andrew and Maxwell Have in Common

What Dershowitz, Prince Andrew and Maxwell Have in Common

A potentially explosive court case is unfolding in Manhattan, involving Alan Dershowitz, Prince Andrew and underage sex slaves. Gilad Atzmon explains

Civil Unrest Rocks Brazil: Is Dilma Our Hillary?

Civil Unrest Rocks Brazil: Is Dilma Our Hillary?

In the future, will Americans take to the streets to protest against Hillary’s corruption?

Protesters take to the streets in Sao Paulo Wednesday night. Click to enlarge

Release of tapped phone calls between Lula and Rousseff sparks mass protests in Brazil

Thousands take to the streets after the release of phone conversations between former Brazilian president and his successor

Ted Cruz just got slaughtered at the polls after declaring his support for Monsanto

Pro-GMO Republican establishment now in state of total collapse

Al-Qaeda claims deadly attack at Ivory Coast beach resort

Gunmen kill 16 in Ivory Coast attack as ears grow of a mounting jihadist threat in west Africa

China able to project ‘substantial offensive power’ from Spratlys in months: U.S.

US official says China will soon be able to “project substantial offensive military power” from fortified islands in the South China Sea

Radar glitch requires F-35 fighter jet pilots to turn it off and on again

The troubled F-35 has been plagued with yet more glitches and cost overruns