An Argentinian political analyst claims that there is no pan-European movement opposing austerity measures in EU countries, despite the good performance of Eurosceptic parties at elections in Greece and Spain.
Greek EP member Georgios Epitideios said that the atmosphere of "intense anti-Russian propaganda" prevails in the European Parliament.
Exclusive: The New York Times’ new conspiracy theory about Syria is that the Assad regime is in cahoots with the Islamic State, calling those two bitter foes only “nominal enemies” and using this new story to implicitly push for another U.S.-imposed “regime change,” writes Robert Parry. By Robert Parry As the New York Times continues its descent…
The USA Freedom Act violates the Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution that prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures, the president of the Downsize DC Foundation told Sputnik on Wednesday.
NATO members don’t care about thousands of African refugees dying in the Mediterranean, instead choosing to focus on senseless military drills in the Baltic and Black Seas, a former Turkish general said.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras urged EU leaders on Wednesday to show more unity and "accede to realism," prior to his meeting with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels on Athens' massive debt to international creditors.
The foreign ministers of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member states have prepared a series of draft agreements to coordinate the fight against terrorism and other measures, during a meeting in the Russian capital on Wednesday.
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Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said that the issue of former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi's death sentence will only be resolved after a long judicial process.
Earlier US President Barack Obama accused China of “throwing elbows” and “pushing people out of the way.”
The militia of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic lost a total of 100 soldiers, including 14 killed and 86 wounded, during Wednesday clashes with Kiev-led forces in eastern Ukraine, the DPR military spokesman said.
The US Freedom Act has now passed the Senate and is on its way to the White House. It rewrites some of the most controversial acts in the US Patriotic Act which was passed after 9/11.
The Pentagon may have inadvertently sent live anthrax samples to more than 51 laboratories in 17 US states and three foreign countries, US Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work said at a press conference on Wednesday.
Perpetrators have not yet been identified.
The majority of voters in the US state of New York would like to replace every state lawmaker, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll released on Wednesday.
Two more fast-attack missile ships of the Russian Molniya class built in Vietnam were handed over to the Vietnam People’s Navy (VPN) during a ceremony in Ho Chi Minh City.
Under the new law, the US National Security Agency (NSA) must transfer its telephone metadata collection program into the hands of private telecommunications companies over the next six months.
Despite pundits dismissing Sen. Bernie Sanders’s bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, he is drawing big and enthusiastic crowds who seem eager for ideas about rebuilding the middle class and ending plutocracy, as Bill Moyers and Michael Winship note. By Bill Moyers and Michael Winship Congressman John K. Delaney, what the hell are you talking…
Speech codes aren't the issue. Sexual assault is. The media's attack on campus activism is designed to obscure that
"The priests, nuns, and lay teachers are doing their best -- but the devil has all the best tunes," he said