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Three Masked Men Open Fire on LA Police - Reports

Three masked men opened fire on Los Angeles police officers, who were patrolling a street.

Russia, Egypt to Hold Joint Naval Drills in the Mediterranean in 2015

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Shoigu and his Egyptian counterpart Sedki Sobhi agreed to hold joint Russian-Egyptian naval exercises in the Mediterranean and an anti-terrorism exercises involving rapid-response forces.

Threat Within? 40 Americans Return to US From War-Torn Syria - Intel Chief

Thousands of people have entered war-torn Syria since the conflict began, 180 of them Americans. 40 of these US citizens have returned home, and despite fears that they could bring radicalization home, the US spy chief insists they pose no immediate threat.

Fly Me to the Sun: Unique Commercial Flight to Watch Solar Eclipse

Russian airline offers passengers front seats to the rare celestial sight of a total solar eclipse.

Pegida Denies Reported Assault on Dresden Refugee Camp

The German-based anti-Islamization group Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West (Pegida) dismissed the report that after a demonstration in Dresden on Monday some 100 Pegida supporters tried to storm a refugee camp...

Law Prevents Danish Authorities From Taking Hard Line on Jihadists

Denmark organizes a rehab for Danish-born jihadists returning to the country after participating the Syrian conflict as the only legal measure available for authorities against jihadist threat.

Peoples War in India Clippings 3/2/2015

INDIA: COUNTER-OFFENSIVE AMIDST LOSSES IN CHHATTISGARH – ANALYSIS By Fakir Mohan Pradhan Continuing the momentum after the December 1, 2014, Kasalpar [Sukma] attack on Security Forces (SFs), in which 14 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel, including two officers, were killed, Communist Party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist) cadres killed at least seven civilians in [...]

Kerry to Meet With Lavrov in Geneva March 2 - US State Department

US Department of State stated that John Kerry will meet with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in Geneva on Monday.

People Before Profits: Civil Groups Call on MEPs to Scrap TTIP

As European Parliament discusses the benefits and drawbacks of the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), 375 civil society groups have called on MEPs not to sign an agreement with the United States that they say would put profits before people.

Nine Dead in Latest Afghanistan Suicide Attack

At least nine people, including five civilians, have been killed in a suspected suicide bomb attack in southern Afghanistan.

South Korea, Saudi Arabia to Pen Nuclear Cooperation Agreement

South Korea and Saudi Arabia will sign an agreement on nuclear cooperation.

Greece in Same Boat as EU Over Food Import Limitations - Russian Deputy FM

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexei Meshkov said that restrictive measures on imports of agricultural goods in response to European sanctions against Russia should be the same for all European Union members without exceptions.

India Needs Closed Nokia Plant Reopened

India strives to reopen Nokia plant to restore 8,000 working places.

Turning a Blind Eye: West in Denial Over Rise of Fascism

Western nations are in denial over the rise in fascism that lies behind the crisis in Ukraine, according to former Vietnam War correspondent John Pilger, who says the United States has fomented support for neo-Nazis.

The Ukraine Problem: Another Cold War?

"Those whom the Gods wish to destroy they first drive mad," William Shakespeare. If such be the case, then our Western societies are in trouble.

Donetsk, Luhansk Agree to Permanent OSCE Monitoring at Ten Hotspots

The self-proclaimed people’s republics of Donetsk and Luhansk (DPR and LPR) agreed to the Ukrainian proposal to organise permanent monitoring by OSCE representatives at ten most problematic areas along the line of contact.

Global Warming a Catalyst in Syrian Civil War

A study from climate scientists finds that droughts caused by climate change had a "catalytic effect" on the political unrest in Syria.

Damning Report: 'Urgent Rethink' of UK Immigration Detention System Needed

A group of MPs and peers are calling for an “urgent rethink” of Britain’s immigrant detention system.

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