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RT | US ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt has been caught posting unverified images on his Twitter feed Monday.

Michael Krieger | The real culprit is the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, one of the America’s closest global allies.

Reuters | France sent fighter jets on a reconnaissance mission over Iraq.

Washington Post | Iran has rejected a U.S. appeal to join a global fight against Islamic State militants.

RIA Novosti | The ships of the Russian Pacific Fleet are starting naval battle practice as part of an unannounced combat readiness check.

RT | Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden and journalist Glenn Greenwald joined internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom.

RT | Failure by the US to investigate Saudi Arabia’s connection to the 9/11 attacks is among the factors that led to the rise of ISIS, Bob Graham said.

Zero Hedge | So what is next on the strategic timeline for the Islamic State?

Paul Craig Roberts | The new sanctions against Russia announced by Washington and Europe do not make sense as merely economic measures.

Washington Times | Obama junks earlier doubts about rebels’ abilities.

RT | It was reported that all 200 trucks had crossed the border.

Washington Times | While decrying the death and violence the Islamic State has brought across Syria and Iraq, President Obama said Friday that there is actually a “silver lining” to the militant group’s rise.

Mikael Thalen | Administration’s incompetence on full display.

Business Insider | New U.S. sanctions handed down on Friday are designed to effectively “shut off” Russian oil conglomerates from oil exploration projects.

National Review | From the Washington Post the other day.

RT | The Central Intelligence Agency believes the Islamic State militant group “can muster between 20,000 and 31,500 fighters”.

Zero Hedge | Blowback coming soon.

CNN | “Embarrassed and appalled” by how the U.S. government dealt with her son’s case.

BBC News | Russia has warned that US air strikes against militants in Syria would be a “gross violation” of international law.

RT | European Commission head Herman Van Rompuy confirmed the EU will unleash a new round of sanctions against Russia on September 12.

NY Times | A federal air marshal was stabbed with a syringe at the airport in Lagos.

RIA Novosti | Decisions on airstrikes against the Islamic State (IS) targets in Syria will be made “at a prudent time,” Pentagon said.

News.com.au | IT sounds like a scene from a Police Academy movie.

Zero Hedge | So all is well on the surface. Just don’t look underneath.

Zero Hedge | It is in that direction that the battle for control of the world’s largest oil fields is currently heading.

RIA Novosti | The Obama administration refuses to declassify the information about the involvement of certain foreign governments.

LBC | Nigel Farage has told Scottish voters that a Yes vote will result in Scotland becoming a province in the United States of Europe.

Kurt Nimmo | Libya designed by IMF and World Bank to be a failed state.

BBC | Dutch experts say Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 broke up in mid-air after being hit by “numerous objects” that “pierced the plane at high velocity”.

London Guardian | Obama considers focusing on Isis bases in Syria as study finds jihadis have anti-tank rockets seized from rival rebels there.

Zero Hedge | Europe’s leaders, we assume under pressure from Washington, appear to be making a big weather-related bet with their taxpayers’ lives this winter.

Business Insider | You shouldn’t let the possible breakup of the Sterling-zone distract you from the mess elsewhere.

London Independent | US Senate’s forthcoming ‘Torture Report’ will ‘deeply shock’ people.

RT | Switzerland will most likely guarantee safety to National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Zero Hedge | Europe’s latest sanctions round will boldly go where Europe has never dared to go before.

RIA Novosti | Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev commented on the possible new round of the EU sanctions against Russia.

The Australian | The prospect of a “yes” vote “horrifies” her household.

AFP | Russia on Saturday sent six ships carrying personnel and equipment to a Soviet-era military base in the Arctic.

Itar-Tass | The high-ranking source said: “Kiev’s statements about a ceasefire were only statements. These are statements only on paper and in the air. In reality, it does not seem to be truth”.

Robert Barsocchini | The USA started carrying out coups, assassinating leaders, and sponsoring terrorism and extremists in Syria in 1948.

The Hill | Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) says President Obama does not need authorization from Congress.

RT | UK PM David Cameron said new sanctions against Russia could be lifted if the warring sides in Ukraine’s conflict agree to honor a ceasefire.

London Evening Standard | Details have begun to emerge about the man arrested for the murder of a great grandmother beheaded in her back garden.

Kurt Nimmo | Both sides in conflict agree to ceasefire.

RT | Some of Russia’s diplomats have joined a digital diplomacy row.

Business Insider | The station chief issued the ‘stand down’ orders on his own authority.”

New American | Signs of strain in the bipartisan consensus against putting “boots on the ground” again in Iraq.

Zero Hedge | So what happens next?

Zero Hedge | Shelling is reported to have started on the eastern outskirts of Mariupol.

Sky News | Scotland Yard gave few details but said that a man is in custody.

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