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Chinese Tour Operators to Assess Opportunities in Crimea During Visit

Local authorities will carry out an informational tour of Crimea for Chinese tour operators between March 28 and April 1, according to the statement of the Crimean Ministry of Tourism and Resorts.

The Pride of Syria: Female Warriors Defending Damascus

The Syrian female Republican Guard commando battalion was created about a year ago. The unit consists of 800 female soldiers, nicknamed the 'Lionesses of Defense' who are deployed in the suburbs of the Syrian capital to defend the city against insurgents.

Politico-Military Campaign in the Western Ghats-People’s March

Overcoming innumerable obstacles and snatching initiative, PLGA fighters and urban action team combatants led by the Western Ghats Special Zonal Committee (WGSZC) of the CPI (Maoist) have opened up a new war­front in the State of Keralam, situated along the South Western coast of India. Their armed propaganda actions targetting the state, corporate and [...]

Peoples War in India Clippings 27/3/2015

2 CRPF personnel injured in bomb blasts triggered by Naxals Two CRPF personnel were on Friday injured in separate pressure bomb blasts triggered by Naxals in Chhattisgarh’s Bijapur district, police said. The blasts occurred at separate spots near Fundri village when the paramilitary personnel were conducting anti-Naxal operations under Bhairamgarh police station limits, [...]

For Years, DEA Agents Attended Illegal Sex Parties Paid for by Drug Cartels

High-ranking agents were being bribed by the cartels that they are supposedly fighting against. Washington, DC – According to a recent report from Justice Department watchdog sources, a number of DEA agents are being accused of having “sex parties” with prostitutes that were purchased by drug cartels. Show More Summary

Russians Start Flash Mob to Congratulate Merkel With Victory Day

"May 9th - 70 years. Victory is Ours. A Celebration for Those Who Raised Europe From its Knees."

Germanwings Tragedy: Co-Pilot's Behavior is History Repeating Itself

Discussing the A320 plane tragedy, a French journalist points to the fact it is not the first time in history when a pilot has "intentionally" destroyed an aircraft.

Accused in Kaczynski Plane Crash Couldn't Have Prevented It – Polish Expert

A Polish aviation expert told Radio Sputnik on Friday that attempts to blame Russian air traffic controllers for the crash of the Polish presidential plane in 2010 outside Smolensk were senseless.

Google Error: British IT Bods Set to Sue Tech Giant Over Secret Tracking

Internet giant Google has lost its last chance to stop British consumers suing the company for collecting their personal data.

Philly Begins Posting Anti-Muslim Ads with Hitler on Public Transportation

SEPTA, or the South Eastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, the agency that runs the rapid transit and bus service in Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs, has decided not to appeal a federal court ruling on a controversial bus ad.

Monsanto to Pay for Uncontrolled Releases of Toxic Chemicals in Idaho

Biotech giant Monsanto will pay $600,000 in fines in an agreement to settle a lawsuit over the release of toxic chemicals at its Soda Springs, Idaho phosphate plant, the Associated Press reported.

Yemen: Now State Terrorists Can Join US Bombing Coalitions?

By entering a coalition which includes Sudan, Washington has - under its own definition - teamed up with an official terror state in the latest military strikes on Yemen.

US Reports of Iran Controlling Yemen's Houthis Are Way Off Mark

Connections between the Houthi rebels in Yemen and Iran are largely misrepresented, according to a US counterintelligence expert and a former US ambassador to Yemen.

US Air Force Successfully Tests Intercontinental Ballistic Missile

The US Air Force conducted a launch test of an unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). 341st Missile Wing Task Force Commander Daniel Hays the launch "a visible reminder to both our adversaries and our allies of the readiness and capability of the Minuteman III weapon system."

San Francisco Prison Guards Forced Inmates to Fight 'Like Game of Thrones'

The Department of Justice has been asked to investigate claims of ‘sadistic’ treatment, including threats of violence if inmates did not comply. The Department of Justice has been asked to investigate after prison guards allegedly forced...Show More Summary

Baked Goods: Man, 58, Hospitalized After Devouring Teen Daughter's Pot Brownies

A Michigan man who thought he was having a stroke was hospitalized this week after eating several pot read more

Surge in Romanian Roma Traveling to Sweden Beggars Belief

An inquiry has begun into a historical exodus of Roma people from Romania to Sweden. Meanwhile, it was revealed by Sputnik sources that the Roma are better-off begging in the Scandinavian country than working at home and that Sweden is powerless to do anything about it.

Yemen Conflict Could Disrupt Iranian Nuclear Negotiations - US Experts

The escalation of the conflict in Yemen could lead to a Sunni-Shiite war that could go on for generations, according to US-based Executive Intelligence Review Senior Editor Jeff Steinberg.

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