Itar Tass | President Yanukovych addressed the authorities of the Russian Federation asking to provide him personal protection.
Mac Slavo | For most Americans the crisis is over. For the people of Syria, war rages on and the fight for survival continues.
Reuters | Ukraine said on Thursday it would regard any movements by Russian military in Crimea outside the Russian Black Sea fleet’s base in Sevastopol as an act of aggression.
RIA Novosti | Russia’s Pacific Fleet in the next six months will take part in three large-scale international naval exercises.
RT | Regional parliament members in a Ukrainian city held a session at gunpoint.
RT | The surprise drill tested ground troops, Air Force, airborne troops and aerospace defense.
Paul Craig Roberts | In 2004 Hungary joined the EU, expecting streets of gold.
Bloomberg | Ukraine is weighing measures to stem cash withdrawals.
Zero Hedge | TEPCO admits that levels of radiation measured from water samples around the destroyed Fukushima nuclear reactor were “significantly undercounted.”
RIA Novosti | The proposal to dissolve Berkut was put forward earlier this week by the nationalist Svoboda party, which played a key role in the street protest movement.
New American | Demonstrations against totalitarianism and economic collapse across the nation are still growing.
Zero Hedge | Twice in recent years, Russia has suspended gas supplies…
Zero Hedge | The Russians are staking out their claim.
Mac Slavo | The timing of the Ukranian revolution was just… a little too perfect.
RT | The vast majority of corn and soybean crops grown in America are genetically-engineered variants.
AFP | The Pentagon plans to scale back the US Army by more than an eighth to its lowest level since before World War II.
Tech Dirt | It’s long forgotten now, but back in August, the US and Germany were said to be working on an agreement not to spy on each other’s governments.
The Washington Times | The Obama administration warned Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday not to react too aggressively.
Twitchy | Demonstrators have taken control in much of Kiev, according to numerous eyewitness reports.
Zero Hedge | Many have been surprised by the lack of public response by Russia to the ongoings in Ukraine.
RIA Novosti | Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko on Sunday ruled out the possibility of a popular uprising in his country similar to the recent events in Ukraine.
Business Insider | Late Friday, Urainian President Viktor Yanukovych fled Kiev.
BBC News | Ukrainian MP’s have been told they have until Tuesday to form a unity government.
RIA Novosti | Ukraine’s embattled president was blocked from taking a plane to Russia, hours after Ukrainian MPs voted to remove him from office, new parliamentary speaker said Sunday.
RT | Newly freed Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko has called on protesters not to abandon Kiev’s Independence Square, even though a deal with opposition leaders has already been signed.
Zero Hedge | More than a handful wanted in.
London Telegraph | Israeli arms dealers twice tried to send spare parts for fighter planes to Iran.
RIA Novosti | The agreement between the government and the opposition coincided with the withdrawal of riot police.
Francisco Toro | What had been a slow-motion unravelling that had stretched out over many years went kinetic all of a sudden.
Politico | Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro threatened to throw CNN out of the country on Thursday.
London Guardian | Viktor Yanukovych announces ‘political agreement’ with opposition and EU, though European mediators remain sceptical.
Sky News | An agreement is set to be signed later as police return fire at protesters shooting at officers near Kiev’s Independence Square.
Michael Snyder | What is happening on the streets of Kiev right now is really a proxy war between the East and the West.
New American | Reports suggest that Western establishment-backed rebels have seized weapons from military depots.
Zero Hedge | Sadly, everything you need to know about the crisis in Ukraine in one worrisome map which summarizes all the relevant “red lines.”
Wall St Journal | Rule That Evidence Can’t Be Destroyed Would Lead to Expansion of Controversial Phone Program.
Reuters | At least 35 people were killed in fresh fighting in Kiev on Thursday.
RT | Around 100 tons of highly radioactive water leaked from one of the tanks at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
BBC | Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych says he has agreed a truce with opposition leaders, after at least 26 people died in protests this week.
Michael Dorstewitz | The Belgian Parliament voted Thursday to extend euthanasia rights to disabled children of any age.
The Washington Times | Two security officers have been found dead aboard the Maersk Alabama container ship.
RT | An American diplomat has said that “the USA holds Yanukovich responsible” for the escalation of crisis in the country.
Zero Hedge | The world has grown tired of the inexorable rise in radiation levels.
Mark Dice | But it looks like this is actually a CIA controlled newspaper.
Michael Snyder | Did you know that the drought in Brazil is so bad that some neighborhoods are only being allowed to get water once every three days?
Breitbart | Rule would allow EU countries to issue requests for evidence held in other Member States.
RT | Ukrainian rioters are reigniting street clashes with police in the capital Kiev.
Paul Craig Roberts | A number of confirmations have come in from readers that Washington is fueling the violent protests in Ukraine with our taxpayer dollars.
UK Daily Mail | Undercover video shows 14 men being shot over a freshly-dug grave.
Reuters | A Venezuelan opposition leader wanted by police in connection with deadly street protests said on Sunday he would march with his supporters.