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Reuters / Muhammad Hamed ‘Kingdom of Dystopia’: Saudi Arabia seeks leadership of UN Rights Council
​The very country which brought the world one of the most brutal and intolerant religious ideologies - Wahhabism, while operating the most oppressive modern-day theocracy, is vying for the presidency of the UN Human Rights Council.
Reuters / Stringer ‘US air campaign against ISIS creating more jihadists’
As Islamic State forces make dramatic advances in both Iraq and Syria, the US Defense Department is making a scapegoat of Iraqi forces, which has been criticized for lacking the will to fight the jihadists, security analyst Ivan Eland told RT.
US Navy and Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force ships during Keen Sword 15 military sea exercise south of Japan, November 19, 2014.(Reuters / Chris Cavagnaro) Japanese nationalism: Decoy for American imperialism?
As the government of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe seeks to amend the country’s US-drafted constitution, granting the Tokyo’s military the power to wage war, some fear the return of old imperialistic tendencies. by Andre Vltchek
The front entrance to the tomb. There is no entry for Palestinians here (Photo by Nadezhda Kevorkova) Hebron: Israel killed this city
Palestinians believe Hebron has been used to test methods now applied on a wider scale in Jerusalem, such as building settlements on Palestinian territory, installing checkpoints, seizing sanctuaries and taking away jobs and food from the people. by Nadezhda Kevorkova
David Washington
 (Screenshot from Judge, jury & executioner: Police carrying out ‘death by firing squad’
As incidences of police brutality continue to happen on a regular basis in communities across the United States, the perpetrators of these cold-blooded murders are escaping justice, Mandela Barnes, Wisconsin State Representative, told RT.
Reuters / Esam Omran Al-Fetori ‘West interested in pure crooks, psychopaths and puppets to lead Libya’
Libya is now a basket case of problems after suffering interference by western powers that are not interested in promoting peace, but rather managing the chaos, Gearoid O Colmain, an independent political analyst, told RT.
Image from The Fuller Picture – The invisible war: Civil disobedience and the internet
As the US Senate debates the Patriot Act this week, we are at a crossroads for civil liberties and protest freedoms around the world. by Roslyn Fuller
Family members of victims and well wishers are seen after a suicide bomb attack at the Imam Ali mosque in the village of al-Qadeeh in the eastern province of Gatif, Saudi Arabia, May 22, 2015. (Reuters / Stringer)
​West's death squad strategy: How and why ISIS & Al-Qaeda became ‘shock troops’ of global powers
Friday’s ISIS suicide bombings in Yemen and Saudi Arabia – killing a total of at least 43 people – is yet more bitter fruit of the policy pursued by Britain, the US and France and their Gulf allies for the past eight years.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (R) and his Iraqi counterpart Ibrahim al-Jaafari (RIA Novovsti /
Grigoriy Sisoev)
​Iraq Diary, Day 6: 'Iraq must tilt to Russia & China'
On Friday, we meet with Muafak Ruba'i, Iraq's former national security adviser, at his home on the River Tigris. by Eisa Ali
Reuters/Nir Elias
‘US alienation game to spark WW3, not China’s economic failures’
US billionaire investor George Soros warns the world is on the brink of WWIII unless the US financial system opens up to China. But a former US diplomat told RT that it has nothing to do with the economy, but everything with bad US geopolitical policy.


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