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US intentionally drove Ukraine to regime change – Russia's envoy to UN

US intentionally drove Ukraine to regime change – Russia’s envoy to UN

Russia’s UN envoy accuses the U.S. of being behind ‘regime change’ in Ukraine

Deadly gun attack in eastern Ukraine shakes fragile Geneva accord

U.S. Vice President Biden scheduled to meet Kiev’s leaders; as Ukraine stares into the abyss following the shooting that leaves the recent peace agreement in doubt

US Defense Secretary Hagel and Polish defense minister Tomasz Siemoniak make the announcement at a joint press conference in Washington. Click to enlarge

U.S. ground troops going to Poland, defense minister says

In response to the Russian military build-up on border with Ukraine, its been announced that U.S. troops will be deployed in neighbouring Poland

President Putin: false opposition?

Is Putin False Opposition?

The Russia-US friction over Ukraine is being used to lay the groundwork for WWIII. The dialectical opposition between the two is a little too neat to be credible, almost as if the USSR and the USA had changed places. Henry Makow explains

Deadly Ukraine gunbattle threatens fragile Easter truce

Five reportedly killed in exchange of fire east of Slavyansk early on Easter Sunday

Who are the Puppet Masters? by Neil Clark

Who are the Puppet Masters? by Neil Clark

And are the puppets beginning to awaken to their manipulators?

Putin’s annual Q&A session 2014 (FULL VIDEO)

Illustrating the hypocrisy of Western ‘democracy’ and its controlled media: President Putin appeared on LIVE TV for NEARLY 4 HOURS to answer questions from ordinary Russians via phone, text and email. Would Western leaders do the same?

Residents in Slaviansk bring flowers to place them on armoured personnel carrier

Ukrainian soldiers surrender armoured personnel carriers to pro-Russian separatists

In a huge loss of face for the government in Kiev, the “anti-terrorist” operation to seize back territory from pro-Russian activists has ground to halt

CIA director in Kiev searching for missing mercenaries

CIA director in Kiev searching for missing mercenaries

After initial White House denials its been revealed that CIA Director John Brennan was in Kiev; seeking information about 20 missing mercenaries who had been in the pay of Greystone Ltd, formerly Blackwater

US considers arming Ukraine forces

US considers arming Ukraine forces

Which would be tantamount to pouring inflammable fuel on a fire

Russia says Ukraine on brink of civil war

Ukrainian government troops and armoured personnel carriers nearing pro-Russian hotspots in eastern Ukraine

Pakistani man arrested for eating baby

Pakistani man arrested for eating baby

A Pakistani man was arrested on Monday on suspicion of cannibalism — three years after he was jailed for the same offence

Nevada rancher, armed militias win standoff with Feds, govt returns cattle

Nevada rancher, armed militias win standoff with Feds, govt returns cattle

What’s telling is that so many of Cliven Bundy’s supporters were armed. If they weren’t it’s unlikely the authorities would have backed down.

Pro-Russia activists assist an Orthodox priest walk through a barricade outside the regional police building seized by armed separatists in Slavyansk on April 13, 2014. Kiev said on April 13 that several had been left "dead and wounded" in fighting to oust pro-Russian gunmen holed up in a police station in the restive eastern city of Slavyansk, as Washington warned Moscow to de-escalate the crisis or face the consequences. AFP PHOTO / GENYA SAVILOV

Armed, pro-Russian separatists lay siege to Donetsk Oblast

Ukrainian government forces struggle to contain pro-Russian activists in eastern Ukraine

EU-sceptic UKIP support hits 20%: UK poll

Survey reveals growing support for UK Independence Party

US corn exports to China drop 85 percent after ban on GMO strains – industry report

The whole world is turning away from genetically modified foods (GM). China being the latest country to block the importation of US GMO corn

West struggles as Russia moves to dominate old USSR

Cold war chill returns as Obama considers the imposition of new sanctions on Russia

Russian soldier kills Ukrainian naval officer, ministry says

As pro-Russian protests flare-up in the east of the country, a Ukrainian naval officer is reportedly shot dead by Russian soldier

Pro-Russian activists with Russian national flags storm the Ukrainian regional office of the Security Service in Luhansk, Ukraine, Sunday, April 6, 2014. Click to enlarge

Ukraine says Russia fomenting eastern unrest

Ukraine’s Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk accuses Russia of being behind the flare up of unrest in the east of the country

Soros has sponsored a campaign to change marijuana legalization to the tune of $80 since 1994. Click to enlarge

George Soros’ real crusade: Legalizing marijuana in the U.S.

Billionaire ‘philanthropist’ and the man behind colour revolutions around the world, George Soros, sponsoring campaigns to legalise marijuana