Increased US military posturing, troop buildup in Eastern Europe and a continued effort to show strength destabilizes the region and creates a scenario where one wrong move could spark a global conflict, journalist Marcus Papadopoulos told RT.
Even if you have opted out of the tracking option in Facebook, or don’t have account at all, the company is still watching your web movements through the use of social plugins, thereby breaking EU laws, says a report by the Belgian Privacy Commission.
A decision on whether Romania will host NATO’s heavy military equipment will soon be made public, General Philip Breedlove announced on his visit to Bucharest as the alliance’s armed armada parades through E. Europe as a “message of reassurance.”
Yemen’s ousted officials have requested a ground intervention to bolster a Saudi-led air offensive against the country’s Houthi rebels. Meanwhile, neighboring Iran has made calls for diplomacy, saying the military campaign is a “strategic mistake”.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used both her Blackberry and an iPad to email with State Department employees from her private account and server, despite previously saying she only used one device. Now the server has been wiped clean.
The humanitarian situation in Yemen is critical and the Red Cross’ priority is to provide hospitals with medical supplies to help the wounded in airstrikes and clashes, says Sitara Jabeen, the International Committee of the Red Cross for Near and Mideast
There is media confusion about what is going on in Yemen and the broader Middle East. Pundits are pointing out that the US is looking schizophrenic with policies that back opposite sides of the fight against al-Qaeda-style extremism in Iraq and in Yemen.
Those who attacked that NSA in well-guarded Fort Meade sought to get attention, Daniel Wagner, CEO of Country Risk Solutions, told RT. If they wanted to have a greater impact on the US public or pose thereat, they would’ve gone for a soft target.