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Zero Hedge | “The Americans are trying to involve the Russian Federation in an interstate military conflict.”

RT | An agreement has been brokered in Minsk to stop hostilities in Ukraine from Sunday.

YouTube | EU Faces Greek Democracy in Great Euro Poker Game.

Mac Slavo | Up until now, on the record at least, all aid military and otherwise that the US has sent to Ukraine has been more in the vein of non-aggression.

Kit Daniels | Saudi Arabia proposed RFID program to U.S. back in 2010.

USNI News | “They’ve been very aggressive.”

RT | The US Air Force dispatched a dozen A-10 Thunderbolt II attack jets and about 300 airmen to Germany as part of a military exercise.

FoxNews.com | The State Department announced late Tuesday that the U.S. Embassy in Yemen had been closed and evacuated.

London Guardian | President confirms his government is being kept informed by third parties of campaign against Islamic State.

RT | Social media is abuzz after CNN labeled Ukrainian forces involved in Kiev’s deadly military operation in the country’s southeast as “pro-US troops.”

Robert Barsocchini | Those relying on the notoriously servile NY Times are now learning, several weeks late, that the recent drop in oil prices is likely politically motivated.

Mac Slavo | The world is now on the cusp of total war.

Kurt Nimmo | Conflict has thus far claimed 50,000 lives.

Zero Hedge | Keep your friends close… and enemies closer?

Reuters | France has been on high alert following Islamist attacks in Paris last month.

Reuters | The leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France agreed to meet in Belarus on Wednesday.

UK Daily Mail | Jordan says it has carried out 56 airstrikes on Islamic State targets in revenge for the murder of Jordanian pilot Moaz al Kasasbeh.

London Telegraph | The protesters, many of whom were divided into groups of men and women, and included children, gathered just yards from the Cenotaph.

Sputnik | A powerful explosion has occurred at a chemical factory in the city of Donetsk in southeastern Ukraine as a result of artillery shelling.

London Independent | The traumatic experience of Britain’s participation in the 2003 Iraq war led the Government to have as little to do with the country as possible.

Gateway Pundit | Today ISIS released photos of American hostage Kayla Jean Mueller.

RT | Relatives describe Mohammed as a joyful 12 year old, enjoying school. When he was killed in a latest drone strike in Yemen, authorities listed him as a ‘militant’.

Global Research | He accepted news stories written and given to him by the CIA and published them under his own name.

London Guardian | Regulations governing access to intercepted information obtained by NSA breached human rights laws, according to Investigatory Powers Tribunal.

London Independent | A survivor has said the engine ‘did not feel right’ as soon as it took off.

Business Insider | An intelligence officer who was asked to give testimony in the mysterious murder of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman has vanished, according to Bloomberg.

Washington’s Blog | Blowback from U.S. Torture.

Truth Revolt | Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh appeared on CNN on Thursday and promisedthat the assaults from Jordan on ISIS were “just the beginning.”

Zero Hedge | The head of China’s Dagong Rating Agency, Guan Jianzhong, had some very blunt words for the world’s investors and policymakers overnight.

Washington Free Beacon | A top Iranian military leader claims that U.S. officials have been “begging us” to sign a nuclear deal.

London Telegraph | British spy chiefs are worried that German politicians could reveal classified information.

USA Today | A study from a Pentagon think tank theorizes that Russian President Vladimir Putin has Asperger’s syndrome.

RT | Tehran will resume the expansion of its uranium enrichment capacity should Washington introduce more sanctions.

Zero Hedge | The US military has moved Search-and-Rescue (S&R) assets to Northern Iraq.

Michael Snyder | When ISIS released a video which showed Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh being burned alive, it shocked the entire planet.

London Independent | His captors spoke of had little to do with religion, saying they “didn’t even have the Koran.”

London Guardian | The United Arab Emirates has suspended its air attacks against the Islamic State in Syria since the capture of a Jordanian pilot who was burned alive.

London Guardian | Sajida al-Rishawi, an Iraqi militant whose release had been demanded by Islamic State, was hanged according to reports.

CNN | Right now the oil market is totally focused on finding a bottom for oil prices.

Bizpac Review | Seven Islamic State terrorists were no match for an elderly man hell-bent on avenging the execution of his son at the hands of the terrorist organization.

RT | Moscow denies a report claiming that Saudi Arabia had offered to adjust its oil production and create a crude price rise in exchange for Russia withdrawing support for Syrian President Bashar Assad.

Business Insider | Dashcam videos from cars driving along a freeway in Taiwan captured footage of a plane crashing through a freeway barrier and into a river on Wednesday.

Zero Hedge | Saudi Arabia has been trying to pressure President Vladimir V. Putin.

RT | Supplying more arms to the Ukrainian government will not solve the crisis in the country, US deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes has stated.

Daniel McAdams | There has been a steady stream of US-backed “moderates” signing on with either ISIS or al-Qaeda.

The Daily Sheeple | Michael Pillsbury has been one of the government’s top experts on Chinese relations since the Nixon administration.

The Hill | Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who is considering a 2016 presidential bid, said on Sunday it would require 10,000 American “boots on the ground”.

London Guardian | Ministry of Defence releases report from late last year identifying scenarios in which virus could be used for bioterrorism.

RT | The Obama administration, so far withholding any lethal assistance to Ukraine, may reconsider its position.

Sputnik | Reports that China is set to construct a second aircraft carrier, which were leaked online on Saturday, have been carefully removed from all websites where it was mentioned.

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