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London Calling… Dirty Money and Cheap Labor Migrants

Britain’s “booming economy” on “sound policy fundamentals” is a myth that British leaders and media perpetuate out of a delusional sense of superiority. The truth is that Britain’s economy is largely being driven by financial wheeler-dealing – and a large part of that is outrightly criminal.

US-Egypt Dialogue Regains 'Stronger Base' - Kerry

The United States and Egypt are returning to a "stronger base" in their dialogue despite a previous cooling in their relationships, US Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday.

US to Continue Supporting Egyptian Army in Fight Against Terrorism – Kerry

US Secretary of State John Kerry said that Washington “will continue to provide robust training to the Egyptian military” in order to build capacity and professionalism to efficiently combat terrorism.

Estonian Journalist Goes to Russia, Accidentally Dispels Media Myths

An Estonian journalist's attempt to understand life in the Russian city of Pskov led him to first admit that media coverage of life in Russia is a bit slanted.

Best of the Best: Russia Celebrates Airborne Troops Day

On August 2, 2015 Russia celebrates the 85th anniversary of the official founding of the Soviet/Russian Airborne Forces.

Germany Should Immediately Withdraw Patriot Missiles From Turkey - Lawmaker

Dietmar Bartsch, a member of Bundestag, said that the deployment of the Patriot defense system in Turkey made no sense, stating that the German government had stationed it on political grounds.

East Ukraine's Donetsk Suspects Kiev of Plotting Violence in Mariupol

The active movement of the Ukrainian armed forces’ heavy weaponry would allow Kiev to falsely accuse Donbass militias of carrying out artillery attacks, according to the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic defense spokesman.

Three Chinese Ships Briefly Intrude Japan’s Waters Near Disputed Islands

Three Chinese Coast Guard vessels entered the Japanese waters near disputed Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea.

Eight in Ten Germans Rule Out Summer Holiday in Turkey Over Terror Threat

According to media reports, some 80 percent of German citizens have ruled out Turkey as their summer holiday destination because of Ankara's military operation against the Islamic State (ISIL) group and Kurdish militants.

Israel Orders Indefinite Detention of Fatal Arson Suspects

Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon ordered to implement administrative detention measures on suspects in the fatal arson attack in the West Bank village of Duma.

Sporting World Rocked by Database of Doping Champions

A database of doping test results leaked by a whistle-blower reveal that one third of medals at the Olympics and World Championships held in the 21st century/this century were awarded to athletes with suspicious test results.

Germany Justifies Investigation Into Journalists Who Disclosed Spy Targets

Earlier in the year, the blog published a number of articles disclosing tapping of online communications by the German intelligence.

Russian Security Forces Kill 8 Suspected ISIL Militants in North Caucasus

Eight militants who recently became part of Islamic State (ISIL) terrorist organization were killed by Russian security forces in Ingushetia.

Private UK Companies Accommodate Migrants at Taxpayer Expense

Hundreds of asylum seekers who came to the United Kingdom are being put up in hotel rooms at public expense, according to Alex Shelbrooke, a Conservative Party lawmaker.

Are We Too Late? Astronomers Look for Ruins of Ancient Space Civilizations

British astronomers have given an answer as to why humanity has been unable to find traces of other, extraterrestrial, civilizations: what if they simply self-annihilated long before we started looking for them? Fortunately, even given such a scenario, traces of their destruction could still be observable.

Egyptian Court Delays Al Jazeera Journalists Retrial for Tenth Time

According to media reports, a Cairo court postponed a verdict in the retrial of three Al Jazeera television journalists to August 29.

'Boobs not Bombs': Topless Protest Held in Canada

A topless rally was held in protest after three sisters from Ontario were stopped by police last week for riding their bicycles topless.

Military Helicopter Crashes in Central Russia

The helicopter crashed during a demonstration flight at an airshow in Russia's Ryazan region.

India Sets Three-Year Target to Sequence Wheat Genome

India is going to complete the sequencing of the wheat genome in the next three years, according to agricultural research council ICAR.

Gunman At Large After Shooting 13 in East New York House Party

13 people became victims of shooting at a house party in the northeast US borough of Brooklyn in New York City, two of them are in serious condition.

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