Zero Hedge | Nothing to see here, move along.
RT | The majority of Ukrainian providers have stopped broadcasting four main Russian TV channels.
Tony Cartalucci | Tensions have risen once again along the Syrian-Tukrish border.
Bloomberg | The world’s top industrial powers threatened further sanctions to deter Russian President Vladimir Putin from taking over other parts of Ukraine and suspended Russia from participating in the Group of Eight.
Washington Times | A new poll shows that most Americans don’t think the U.S. has an obligation to intervene in Russia’s recent annexation of Crimea.
ITAR-TASS | NATO general Philip Breedlove earlier noted the high combat readiness of Russian troops near the Ukrainian borders.
Zero Hedge | At least 7,000 Polish workers in Europe have received call-up papers as army reservists in the last few weeks.
BuzzFeed | “Former Congressman Ron Paul gets it wrong when he speaks of Crimea’s right to secede,” Students for Liberty’s founder says.
Zero Hedge | Two Dutch F-16s were scrambled to intercept a unresponsive Boeing 777 in Dutch airspace.
The Hill | President Obama has deployed additional troops and new military aircraft to Uganda in a bid to intensify efforts to hunt down Joseph Kony.
USA Today | “We don’t really know what it means, but I for sure don’t trust the Iranians,”
AFP | France’s far-right National Front party dealt a major blow to the ruling Socialists Sunday after several of its candidates took prime position in the first round of local elections.
UK Daily Mail | New clues as officials suggest plane veered left because of unexpected crisis.
Zero Hedge | 89% of the citizens of Venice voted for their own sovereign state in a ‘referendum’ on independence from Italy.
Reuters | New French satellite images show possible debris from a missing Malaysian airliner deep in the southern Indian Ocean, Malaysia said on Sunday.
Reuters | “The (Russian) force that is at the Ukrainian border now to the east is very, very sizeable and very, very ready.”
RT | A “digital coup”.
Reuters | China said on Saturday it had a new satellite image of what could be wreckage from a missing Malaysian airliner.
UK Daily Mail | Malaysian Airlines today confirmed that flight MH370 had been carrying highly flammable lithium-ion batteries in its cargo hold.
RT | Ukraine’s interim Prime Minister hasn’t managed to deliver.
RT | Putin treated with irony the recent sanctions imposed on certain Russian lawmakers.
BBC News | EU leaders have signed an agreement on closer relations with Ukraine, in a show of support following Russia’s annexation of Crimea.
RIA Novosti | “After Crimea and Sevastopol join Russia the self-defense forces of Crimea should be reformed and become part of [Russia’s] Southern Military District.”
Washington’s Blog | Gallup International’s poll of 68 countries for 2014 found the US as the greatest threat to peace in the world.
The Washington Times | Alan R. Shaffer told a defense industry conference that prototypes and recent tests proved concepts for hypersonic arms.
London Telegraph | Downing Street plays down announcement, saying Britain had not “committed” itself yet to the exercises.
CNS News | “We have seen Russia rip up the international rule book.”
UK Daily Mail | Debris location would rule out any possibility of a technical error.
Business Insider | Two objects that could be debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet have been found 1,550 miles off the coast of Australia in the Indian Ocean.
RT | The USS Truxtun destroyer started a one-day military exercise with the Bulgarian and Romanian navies in the Black Sea.
ITAR TASS | “I hope that migration is not going to be threatening”, minister says
Daily Caller | Retired Air Force General Thomas McInerney isn’t backing away from his thriller novel-like suggestion.
RT | Demonstrators have stormed the Ukrainian Navy HQ in the town of Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula.
Reuters | Eleven days have passed since Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 went missing.
RT | A video of the incident has been posted online.
National Review Online | The Appeasement of Paris.
London Guardian | Russian president recognises Crimea as sovereign state as US and EU impose ‘toothless’ sanctions in wake of referendum.
RT | Missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 changed course on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing via the cockpit’s computerized Flight Management System.
International Business Times | The plane could have been hijacked using a mobile phone or even a USB stick.
Tony Cartalucci | The Western media’s myth mill is working overtime to gain ground lost to Russia.
Washington Free Beacon | Iranian officials in panic, urge vigilance over ‘enemy’ plots.
Zero Hedge | Crimea will apply tomorrow to join Russia.
Washington Free Beacon | New START treaty on-site inspection takes place this week.
Paul Craig Roberts | Once upon a time the BBC was a news organization, but that was before the organization sold out to Washington.
Paul Craig Roberts | In an unprecedented turnout unmatched by any Western election, Crimeans voted 95.7% to join Russia.
Zero Hedge | The people of Crimea have spoken.
Prison Planet.com | Russians intercepted a US surveillance drone flying over Crimea using complex radio-electronic technology, according to a Russian state arms and technology group.
Prison Planet.com | The US is threatening Russia with sanctions, and Russia will retaliate.
AFP | The drone fell “almost intact into the hands of self-defence forces.”
RIA Novosti | Russia has no plans of a military action in southeastern Ukraine.