Egyptian Court Sentences 2 Al-Jazeera Employees to Death

U.S. Sets Stage for Libya-Like Regime Change in Eritrea, “Africa’s Cuba”
The United States is methodically setting the stage for a so-called “humanitarian” military intervention against the small northeast African nation of Eritrea, under legal pretexts much like those used to justify NATO’s war of regime change against Libya, in 2011.

Mohamed Morsi: Former Egyptian president sentenced to life in prison in espionage trial
An Egyptian court has sentenced former Islamist president Mohamed Morsi to life in prison in an espionage trial in which six of his co-defendants were handed death penalties.

Egyptian Court Sentences 2 Al-Jazeera Employees to Death
An Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced six people, including two Al-Jazeera employees, to death for allegedly passing documents related to national security to Qatar and the Doha-based TV network during the rule of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.

Floods in Southern China Kill 25, Displace Over 33,000

Bernie’s Tragic Flaw: Too Soft on Clinton
The near certainty that he would jump on the Hillary bandwagon eventually has always been one of the best arguments for being wary of his campaign.

NATO Threatens Europe With Annihilation

Germany slams NATO ‘warmongering’ on Russia
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has criticised NATO for having a bellicose policy towards Russia, describing it as “warmongering”, the German daily Bild reported.

Putin says accepts U.S. is sole superpower, dilutes Trump praise
President Vladimir Putin said on Friday he accepted the United States was probably still the world’s sole superpower and he was ready to work with whoever won the presidency, but didn’t want to be told how to live by Americans.

Russia dismantles the myth of the American Navy’s invincibility

U.S. dangles large land return as anti-base resentment surges in Okinawa

‘Our Anger Is Past Its Limit’: Tens of Thousands Rally Against US Bases in Okinawa
Demonstration a reflection of years of resentment against US military footprint on island, with former Marine suspected of recent murder and rape adding fuel to fire

Okinawan Women Demand U.S. Forces Out After Another Rape and Murder:
Suspect an ex-Marine and U.S. Military Employee

Saudi FM Backs State Dept Call for Syria Regime Change
State Dept: No Plans to Make Memo Calling for War Public

State Department “Dissent” Memo Backs Escalation of Regime-change War in Syria
The leaking of a so-called “dissent channel cable”—a classified memo signed by over 50 mid-level State Department officials calling for the Obama administration to re-direct its military intervention in Syria to a war against the government of President Bashar al-Assad—has ratcheted up tensions between Washington and Moscow.

Syria – Russian Surprise Attack Blows Up Kerry’s Delaying Tactic
The U.S. is unwilling to stop the war on Syria and to settle the case at the negotiation table. It wants a 100% of its demands fulfilled, the dissolution of the Syrian government and state and the inauguration of a U.S. proxy administration in Syria.

NATO Chief: Alliance May Respond to Cyber Attacks With Conventional Warfare
Claimed Cyber Attacks May Become Pretext for Huge Wars

Iran Foreign Minister Encourages Closer Business Ties With Germany

Kremlin: Mingling of moderate and extremist Syria rebels complicates air strikes
The Kremlin complained on Friday that the mingling of so-called moderate rebels with Nusra Front fighters on the ground in Syria made it hard to distinguish between the two when it came to targeting air strikes.

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