The US establishes strategic networks around globe, some linked to humanitarian organizations, and some to fascist organizations and individuals who will do their dirty work, Scott Rickard, former intelligence officer for the NSA, told RT.
The West has cut off millions of dollars in aid to Uganda after the country introduced harsh new penalties for homosexuality. Uganda has said it can do without the aid and it will show “the world does not owe them a living.”
EU legislation banning the use of drones won’t diminish the number of drone attacks, it will just be much more selective in terms of where they can be used, former Pentagon official Michael Maloof told RT.
The world loses a staggering one-quarter to one-third of all food produced for human consumption, according to the World Bank’s quarterly Food Price Watch report, with the developed world leading the wastage.
Algeria, with Africa’s second biggest gas reserves, has asked Russia’s Gazprom and Lukoil to tender for the joint development and exploration of some of the 30 fields that make up a fifth of the country, says Gazprom International.
Only one person has survived a military plane crash in Algeria with 78 people onboard, making it one of the country’s deadliest disasters, the defense ministry said, AFP reports. A three day mourning period has been declared by the President.
Africa could feed itself and provide food for the rest of the world if we develop it, but the West prefers to let people die from famine and war rather than develop these countries, Lawrence Freeman from Executive Intelligence Review Magazine told RT.
A prominent US provider of free, online top university courses – and one that prides itself on taking knowledge to the third world – has now blocked students from Syria, Iran and a few other countries on the grounds that they are under US sanctions.
The United States military launched an airstrike in Somalia on Sunday targeting a suspected militant leader with reported links to terrorist organizations Al-Qaeda and Al-Shabaab, according to reports.