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.
RT | The co-pilot of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET-702 to Italy hijacked the aircraft and landed it in Geneva.
New American | The EU’s ruling elites in Brussels are going all out for the May European Parliament elections.
Truth Revolt | “It would be in everybody’s best interest to get going, to just do as I like to say, ‘Everything all at once.’”
RT | Tokyo suggested that it would allow the US to bring nuclear weapons into Japanese territory in the event of a serious threat to its security.
Reuters | Deposed Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi appeared in court on Sunday.
The Washington Times | President Obama announced late Friday night that the U.S. will provide a $1 billion loan guarantee to Jordan.
RT | A record high level of radioactive cesium has been found.
RT | Former Texas congressman Ron Paul has announced a petition aiming to secure clemency for Edward Snowden.
ABC News (Australia) | The RAAF monitored an unprecedented and unannounced exercise involving three Chinese warships.
Channel News Asia | Hundreds of thousands of Indonesians were ordered to evacuate and three international airports were closed.
Politico | Americans hold the lowest view of Russia and its president that they’ve had in two decades, according to a new poll.
NBC News | A civilian NSA employee recently resigned after allowing Snowden to use his personal log-in credentials.
Washington Times | The U.S. is leading the largest multinational military exercise in the Asia-Pacific region.
RT | US Senator Rand Paul has filed a class-action lawsuit against the Obama administration and the National Security Agency seeking to halt the NSA’s vast data-surveillance program.
Lew Rockwell Blog | Every now and then we have a chance to peek through a tiny window to see how “diplomacy” is done behind closed doors.
Zero Hedge | the head of parliament’s largest (center-left Democratic) party are intensifying this morning.
RT | “There’s no country where we have a no-spy agreement.”
New American | The European Union is terrorizing voters in Switzerland.
Reuters | President Hassan Rouhani dismissed on Tuesday a Western assertion that military force could yet solve a decade-old nuclear dispute.
RT | A landmark legal battle between two farmers over alleged GM contamination has started in the Western Australian Supreme Court.
Mac Slavo | It’s no secret that the world is on the brink of a significant paradigm shift.
Washington’s Blog | Metadata Alone Doesn’t Insure We’re Targeting Bad Guys
Michael Snyder | How can we explain elongated skulls that are thousands of years old that contain genetic material “unknown in any human, primate or animal known so far”?
Sky News | Other efforts at a breakthrough in flying parcels through the skies were slammed, but Dubai’s rulers insist their idea will work.
CNS News | Had a serious run-in with the U.S. Navy 26 years ago.
RT | The UK has used American drones over 250 times to carry out previously unreported attacks in Afghanistan, the MoD has admitted.
RT | Switzerland has voted 50.3 percent in favor of limiting annual migration from the EU.
Anthony Watts | Recent intensification of hand waving driving heat into hiding.
Times Of Israel | Clip shows simulated strikes on Ben Gurion Airport, Haifa, USS Abraham Lincoln in retaliation for hypothetical attack on Iran.
Christina Sarich | Russia is preparing a bill that would heavily restrict the import of genetically modified agricultural produce.
The Hill | U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul says he “wouldn’t be surprised” if Russia had taped a leaked phone call in which one U.S. official said to another “f–k the EU”
AFP | Turkey scrambled two F-16 jets Friday to force down an airliner from Ukraine.
Chris Carrington | Bosnia is the latest country on the verge of total meltdown.
RIA Novosti | US President Barack Obama has denied having an “icy” relationship with Vladimir Putin.
CNS News | Restrictions, harassment, and intimidation towards people who practice their religion increased in every major region of the world in 2012 except the Americas.
RT | Iraqi authorities are holding thousands of women illegally.
RT | The phone call was taped and posted on YouTube.