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Bloomberg News | China’s President Xi Jinping called for greater military communication with the U.S.

Zero Hedge | It just hasn’t been a good week for the CIA.

London Telegraph | Former child protection manager says there are up to 20 prominent public figures in alleged paedophile ring covering Parliament and judiciary.

RIA Novosti | The group of NATO ships in the Black Sea has grown to nine vessels, setting a record for recent decades, a Russian military source told RIA Novosti Tuesday.

RT | The Iraqi government has informed the United Nations that it has lost control of a former chemical weapons depot to Islamist insurgents affiliated with ISIS.

Truth Revolt | Targeting civilians.

Reuters | Israel bombarded the Gaza Strip on Tuesday in strikes that Palestinian officials said killed at least 11 people.

London Guardian | Richard Dearlove says extremists are now focused on Middle East and giving them publicity in west is counter-productive

Zero Hedge | The hardest-core Islamists around, those which even al-Qaeda deemed too “extremist”, appears to have sworn to invade Spain next!

Michael Krieger | Saudi King Abdullah has clamped down on all forms of political dissent and protests that could “harm public order”.

Zero Hedge | Look for many more fireworks in Bulgaria and the other South Stream countries.

RIA Novosti | The warships of the Russian Black Sea Fleet successfully hit simulated enemy targets at sea, the press service of the Russian Defense Ministry reported Monday.

RT | Fukushima operator TEPCO has been forced to switch off the cooling system at mothballed Reactor Unit 5.

Reuters | A super typhoon described as a “once in decades storm” was heading north for Japan on Monday.

Bloomberg | The U.S. will remain the world’s biggest oil producer this year after overtaking Saudi Arabia.

London Guardian | The former Conservative cabinet minister Lord Tebbit has said he believes there “may well” have been a political cover-up over child abuse in the 1980s.

London Guardian | Government troops have raised a Ukrainian flag over the rebel stronghold of Slavyansk.

Washington Times | China’s military is investing heavily in advanced submarines.

RT | Some 20 warships, over 20 airplanes and helicopters, as well as the marines and coast artillery are taking part in the Black Sea Fleet exercise.

London Telegraph | Ukrainian forces claimed a major victory over pro-Russian separatists on Saturday.

Washington’s Blog | The German Parliament is holding hearings into NSA spying on Germany.

Reuters | President Vladimir Putin called for an improvement in ties between Russia and the United States on Friday.

London Independent | A secret plan to train a 100,000-strong rebel army to wage war on Syria’s President Bashar Assad was drawn up by a leading British general, according to a report.

London Telegraph | Senior Conservative politician allegedly caught with child pornography videos in the 1980s faced no further action, it has been claimed.

Zero Hedge | Same stuff… different country.

RT | An official Israeli Defense Force twitter account issued a warning of a possible nuclear leak.

Zero Hedge | The world’s top oil exporter shares an 500-mile border with Iraq.

Daily Caller | A ranking Pentagon official with knowledge of the situation has shed some light on the Obama administration’s inaction.

Business Insider | In a tiny crowd, you can see the same faces used multiple times.

RT | The village of Kondrashovka in eastern Ukraine lies devastated after shelling by Kiev troops which killed seven people.

Tony Cartalucci | There never were any moderates to begin with.

RT | An exploding Ukrainian artillery shell that hit the city of Severodonetsk has been caught on CCTV.

RIA Novosti | The current global events clearly demonstrate that the unipolar model of the world has failed, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday.

BBC News | “If we fail to act, we are looking at an almost unthinkable scenario.”

AFP | France’s former president Nicolas Sarkozy has been charged with corruption and influence peddling.

UK Daily Mail | This version is RESISTANT to vaccine.

Zero Hedge | Putin accused the U.S. of blackmailing France.

Washington Post | Israeli aircraft pounded dozens of targets in the Gaza Strip early Tuesday.

Mac Slavo | Just because they’re not talking about it anymore doesn’t mean it’s over.

Japan Times | Japan is set Tuesday to legalize waging war even when not under direct attack.

The Washington Times | Removed from EU and U.S. terrorist lists in 2009 and 2012 respectively.

Kurt Nimmo | Described as “a new era of international jihad.”

RT | A cameraman for Russia’s Channel One TV station died from injuries after being shot by Kiev troops.

RIA Novosti | Russia is ready to work with China to explore the Moon and Mars, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Monday.

Zero Hedge | Erstwhile leader of ISIS, Sheikh Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi has declared himself Caliphate.

New York Times | Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis have been driven from their homes. For many, it is not the first time.

The Hill | Iraqi troops went on the offensive on Saturday, trying to take back a key city from Sunni militants.

CNN | Armed U.S. drones have started flying over Baghdad.

Kurt Nimmo | Few so-called “moderate” mercenaries exist in Syria.

Prison Planet.com | Former US State Department official Andrew Doran wrote in the conservative National Review magazine that some ISIS warriors also hold US passports.

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