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RT | Leaflets have surfaced in Copenhagen threatening a new and bigger terror attack.

The Hill | U.S. military officials are concerned that Iran’s support for Houthi rebels in Yemen could spark a confrontation with Saudi Arabia and plunge the region into sectarian war.

Adan Salazar| Water was previously deemed unfit to drink in weeks following nuclear disaster.

RT | The EU is expected to permit over a dozen new genetically modified agricultural products into its market.

Patrick J. Buchanan | “Could a U.S. response to Russia’s action in Ukraine provoke a confrontation that leads to a U.S.-Russia War?”

RT | Paratroopers of the US 173rd Airborne Brigade, based in Vincenza, Italy, have arrived in western Ukraine to provide training for Ukrainian government troops.

Truth Revolt | Italian police arrested 15 Muslim men for murdering 12 Christians by throwing them into the Mediterranean Sea as they crossed to Italy from Libya on a rubber dinghy.

Reuters | Top Russian officials accused the United States on Thursday of seeking political and military dominance.

RT | A former Ukrainian MP and active anti-Maidan activist, Oleg Kalashnikov, has been killed in his flat in Kiev.

Sputnik | Russia checked the combat readiness of its Eastern Military District with the participation of Arctic units.

UK Express | Asteroid 2012 TC4 is set to whizz dangerously close to our planet for the second time after the space rock narrowly missed Earth in October 2012.

Press TV | Mexican authorities have issued an alert after thieves stole a container full of radioactive material used for industrial radiography.

Sputnik News | The US Congress held the latest in a long list of hearings.

London Independent | The meeting was momentarily stopped after a female protester jumped on Draghi’s desk.

AFP | The planes were launched from the Lossiemouth military airbase in northern Scotland.

Daily Caller |Like some kind of jihadi firework.

RT | The Israeli PM has called President Putin to express his “grave concerns”.

London Guardian | Activists urge bar on weapons that launch attacks without human intervention as UN discusses future of autonomous weapons.

Sputnik | The US government agency Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) has filed its annual Fiscal Year Budget Request with the US Congress.

New American | About one third of the world’s governments and dictatorships are on track to meet United Nations education targets aiming to change the values of humanity.

Michael Krieger | Former Democratic Sen. Bob Graham maintains the FBI is covering up a Saudi support cell in Sarasota for the hijackers.

RT | The Russian president has repealed the ban prohibiting the delivery of S-300 missile air defense systems to Iran.

Zero Hedge | Japanese officials will re-iterate that everything is on track.

Sputnik | China has signed a contract with the Russian state-run arms exporter Rosoboronexport.

Michael Krieger | There is no region in the world in which the U.S. government’s blatant disregard for human rights, and its shameless foreign policy hypocrisy, is more fully on display than the Middle East.

Ron Paul | Militarism and military spending are everywhere on the rise.

UK Daily Mail | Aviation expert says the jet could easily be accessed remotely.

London Independent | Isis has released a video showing militants using power tools and bulldozers to deface and destroy ancient monuments.

Washington’s Blog | Most Americans have no idea any of these events are occurring or have only vague, US government/press-created notions of them.

RT | US President Barack Obama shook hands with his Cuban counterpart, Raul Castro, at the Summit of the Americas in Panama.

Bill Gertz | U.S. protests ‘reckless’ aerial encounter over Baltic Sea.

Weekly Standard | President Obama has long known that the real decision maker in Iran is Ayatollah Khamenei, the so-called supreme leader.

RT | Unauthorized people were in cockpit, instructing the pilots.

RT | The US military is planning to ask the Canadian government to upgrade missile sensors in the Arctic.

Zero Hedge | Don’t look now but ISIS fighters are just a few short miles away from Bashar al-Assad’s Presidential Palace in Syria.

RT | “The aggression by Saudi Arabia against Yemen and its innocent people was a mistake.”

UK Daily Mail | Pioneered by doctor branded ‘nuts’.

RT | While debate over a nuclear deal with Iran continues, the White House used a cartoon bomb to demonstrate the benefits of the framework agreement struck with Tehran.

Washington’s Blog | “Those That Say This Deal Provides a Pathway to Iran Developing a Nuclear Bomb Are Being Wholly Disingenuous”

London Independent | Member of British royal family had adamantly denied allegations against him.

Sputnik | Ukraine’s security services shut down on Wednesday several websites allegedly engaged in “acts of information aggression aimed at undermining the Ukrainian constitution”.

London Independent | Richard Kerr’s account of being trafficked to London in the 1970s for the purpose of abuse is believed to be the first time all three abuse locations have been linked.

World Bulletin | A Pakistani court on Tuesday ordered the registration of a murder case against a former CIA station chief for his alleged role in the killings of civilians in drone strikes.

RT | The technology may help humanity to build a new home in space.

RT | Radiation produced by the tsunami-stricken Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan has been confirmed off the coast of Canada.

Robert Barsocchini | Five points on Saudi Arabia that “US officials and the establishment media are neglecting to talk about”.

Jon Rappoport | Not the war Against drugs; the war For drugs

RT | Chinese shipbuilders have completed three advanced nuclear-propelled submarines that can fire the latest vertically launched anti-ship missiles, local media reported.

Washington’s Blog | Ukraine’s Leading Nazi Gets American Weapons & Support.

UK Daily Mail | Images of the Australian flag being burned just three weeks before Anzac Day has angered the Returned and Services League (RSL) who branded the scenes ‘disgusting’.

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