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4th unexplained explosion rocks China

Explosion in China industrial chemical plant

A fourth industrial explosion has rocked China, this time in the Zhejiang province. When the Tianjin explosion happened right after China’s currency devaluation (i.e. currency war), we were told by Chinese dissidents that the United States was engaged in “kinetic retaliation” against China for its cyber warfare attacks and currency moves. Naysayers insisted …

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US demanded Greece close airspace to Russian humanitarian aid for Syria

Russian aid for Syria

The government in Athens has refused a demand by the United States to close its airspace to Russian aircraft ferrying what it describes as humanitarian aid to Syria. “On Saturday, U.S. Embassy [in Athens] appealed to the Greek government with a request to prohibit the flights of Russian aircraft in the FIR …

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Europe dealing with refugee disaster caused by US

Refugee crisis Europe

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro pinned the blame for the worst refugee crisis to hit Europe since WWII on the United States, speaking exclusively to RT. The Venezuelan leader accused the US of flinging the Middle East into a whirlpool of wars thus provoking the current refugee crisis faced by European …

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Monsanto kicked out of Greece and Latvia

Monsanto spraying crops GMO

First Scotland and Germany booted GMOs from their countries, citing fear of GMO crops contaminating their food supplies and concern over putting their food and beverage industries in jeopardy. Now, Greece and Latvia are telling Monsanto exactly what they can do with their genetically modified crops. The tide is turning. A tipping point …

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Former CIA director Petraeus: use Al-Qaeda to fight ISIS

Former CIA director Petraeus

Members of al Qaeda’s branch in Syria have a surprising advocate in the corridors of American power: retired Army general and former CIA Director David Petraeus. The former commander of U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan has been quietly urging U.S. officials to consider using so-called moderate members of al …

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Cyber warfare: Russia & China vs United States

Chinese cyber warfare China

US officials believe that China and Russia are building a database of US intelligence information using massive amounts of files stolen from government agencies and private companies, The Los Angeles Times reported Monday. The intelligence community fears that sort of a database could be used to identify, profile, track, and potentially blackmail …

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China rocked by 3rd major explosion in a month

China explosion Shandong

Another huge blast at a chemical facility has reportedly occurred in the Chinese province of Shandong. The explosion, located in an industrial zone in Lijin, Dongying City, happened late on Monday, China‘s People’s Daily reported. The blast was so massive it could be seen and heard from a great distance. …

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Ecuador breaks Guinness reforestation record

Planting tree Ecuador

Ecuador broke a world record for reforestation Saturday, as thousands of people pitched in to plant 647,250 trees of more than 200 species, President Rafael Correa said. “I have just been informed that we have broken the Guinness record for reforestation,” the president said in his weekly address. Correa said …

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War criminals to gather in London next month to purchase weapons

London arms trade weapons

Thousands of activists are expected to gather at the United Kingdom’s largest international arms fair in London next month. Attended by hundreds of arms companies with exhibits representing over 1,500 arms firms, the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) Exhibition brings representatives from the world’s most oppressive regimes together in one place …

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