(Jake Johnson) Last year, investors were drooling over the prospect of all-out war with North Korea, but Tuesday’s summit has them worried.
(Rachel Blevins) An Israeli official claimed Palestinians are “Nazis” and the number of civilians who are killed by Israel does not matter.
(Jake Johnson) In a historic meeting on Friday that sparked hope of lasting peace on the Korean Peninsula after decades of hostilities, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in embraced at the border village of Panmunjom and agreed to work toward bringing an official end to the Korean War and fully denuclearizing the peninsula.
(Joe Martino) In a report on CNN today, US sources admit they proceeded with military action in Syria without having evidence that Sarin was used in a chemical attack on the Syrian people. Furthermore, they still have no proof this was done by the Assad regime.
(Zaid Jilani) In 1999, the polling agency Gallup set out to determine the individuals Americans most admired in the 20th century.
(Rachel Blevins) The U.S. government is responsible for conducting one of the largest human experiments in history by simulating a germ warfare attack on thousands of unsuspecting Americans.
(Dylan Charles) The U.S. has been attempting to enter Syria for almost five years now, and the chemical weapons pretext has been in play since the invasion of Iraq.
(Whitney Webb) The Russian Defense Ministry has accused the United Kingdom of being involved in staging the alleged chemical weapons attack in Douma, Syria – an attack which is being used a pretext by Western governments to launch unilateral military attacks against the Syrian government.
(Julian Rose) In Britain, during this last week, something very nasty made its presence known to the nation. And it was not Putin or Russia. It was a coldly executed , psychologically loaded attempt to silence those who wished to express an opinion, other than the one held by the government.
(Arjun Walia) “A German newspaper recently published an interview with George Klein, famous German engineer and aircraft expert, describing the experimental construction of ‘flying saucers’ carried out by him from 1941 to 1945.”