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General view of the Petrolchemie und Kraftstoffe (PCK) oil refinary in Schwedt/Oder, October 20, 2014. (Reuters/Axel Schmidt) ‘Big hint at OPEC- Saudi oil minister says prices will stabilize’
The fact the Saudi oil minister thinks oil prices will stabilize themselves shows that Saudi Arabia is not willing to intervene alongside the rest of the OPEC members to cut production, Jasper Lawler, analyst at CMC Markets, told RT.
Reuters/Murad Sezer ‘Key to ISIS fighting - concerted pressure on its funding and sources of arms’
Instead of the illegal bombing of civilians in Syria a more systematic political process is needed to fight ISIS, including restricting access to its arms sources, which may be the Gulf States and Saudi Arabia, British Labour MP Jeremy Corbyn told RT.
Samuel Beckett. (Image from wikipedia.org) #Euromaidan 1st birthday: Nothing happens, twice
"Ever Tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail Again. Fail Better" - Samuel Beckett, Worstward Ho. No writer ever quantified failure as well as Samuel Beckett. by Bryan MacDonald
AFP Photo / Handout / US Air Force / Staff Sgt. Shawn Nickel Is Washington training a rebel army to “Occupy” Syria?
Is the US planning the occupation of Syria by training an unconventional insurgent invasion force? by Mahdi D. Nazemroaya
Smoke rises from central Kobani during fighting between Islamic State militants and Kurdish forces, November 24, 2014. (Reuters/Osman Orsal) ‘Kobani- battle between good and evil’
Presenting the clashes in Kobani as a battle between good and evil where the Kurd good guys are fighting against the fundamentalist Islamists, western media helped the Kobani fighters reach their goals, Firat Demir from the University of Oklahoma told RT.
Russian President Vladimir Putin (left, front row) during a photo session of heads of delegations of G20 member states, invited states and international organizations at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. (RIA Novosti / Mihail Metcel) What Brisbane G20 summit showed
President Vladimir Putin stressed at the final news conference at the recent G20 summit in Brisbane that “the work took place in a very constructive atmosphere and was productive.” by Alexander Yakovenko
Indian army soldiers (Reuters / Mukesh Gupta) Questions loom as India deepens its defense ties with Israel
As India draws closer and buys more military hardware from Israel, questions are raised about what that will mean to traditional key defense suppliers, the US and Russia, as well as New Delhi’s relations with Palestine. by Jhinuk Chowdhury
Reuters / Lucas Jackson Menace of hypocrisy: Neocon propagandist frets over Russia’s ‘weaponization of information’
There was a strong whiff of hypocrisy in the Washington air on November 13 when the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) hosted a discussion of a report entitled ‘The Menace of Unreality: How the Kremlin Weaponizes Information, Culture, and Money’.
An undated picture shows US actor and singer Paul Robeson giving a speech (AFP Photo) Old man giver: Paul Robeson’s altruism shouldn’t be forgotten
British Oscar-winning director Steve McQueen is to make a biopic of Paul Robeson, the black American entertainer whose commitment to the common man’s plight, regardless of race, creed or nationality, left behind a legacy that will never be surpassed. by John Wight
General view of the Petrolchemie und Kraftstoffe (PCK) oil refinary in Schwedt/Oder, October 20, 2014. (Reuters/Axel Schmidt) ‘Big hint at OPEC- Saudi oil minister says prices will stabilize’
The fact the Saudi oil minister thinks oil prices will stabilize themselves shows that Saudi Arabia is not willing to intervene alongside the rest of the OPEC members to cut production, Jasper Lawler, analyst at CMC Markets, told RT.

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