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Nov 19 10:57

Spy ship to track U.S. missile defense system in Arctic Circle

Russia's largest intelligence-gathering ship, the Yury Ivanov, has moved from the Baltic to the Northern Fleet and is now preparing to serve in the Arctic. One of the main tasks of the Russian Navy's largest spy ship will be tracking the sea-based component of the U.S. missile defense system.

Nov 19 10:54

Finland Referendum Forces Debate on Euro Exit

Nov 19 10:53

Russia warns Turkey and Qatar

After 9/11 attacks, the US appealed to the UN Security Council for the use of force against the Taliban movement, which, as US officials believed, masterminded the attacks in New York. The UN Security Council decided that the right to self-defense could be used against non-organized armed groups or those that did not act on behalf of any particular state. After the terrorist attack in the skies over the Sinai Peninsula, Russia can use Article 51 to either bring perpetrators to justice, or take other measures against them (destroy them)...

Nov 19 10:53

'Cam Force One': UK prime minister to get own jet

Britain is to spend up to £10 million ($15 million, 14 million euros) converting a military plane for official use by Prime Minister David Cameron, Downing Street confirmed Thursday.

The government argues that having an aircraft similar to the US president's Air Force One, which could also be used by the royal family and senior ministers, will save money in the long term.

It will give more details of its plans to refit a Royal Air Force (RAF) A330 Voyager plane, currently used for air-to-air refuelling missions, in its security and defence review on Monday.

Nov 19 10:47

UK Sends Warship to Back French Aircraft Carrier

The United Kingdom will send a Royal Navy warship, the HMS Defender, to back France in its anti-ISIL efforts in Syria, Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said on Wednesday.

Nov 19 10:47

FDA Approves GMO Salmon As Media Spins Argument And Jokes

Breaking! The U.S. Food and Drug Administration just approved the first genetically engineered animal for consumption… The FDA has approved AquaBounty’s application for AquAdvantage Salmon for the commercial food market. The GMO salmon is a product of AquaBounty Technologies and has been hotly contested for approximately five years. The salmon uses the promoter from…

Nov 19 10:46

Leader's Aide: Iran Not to Leave Assad, Abadi, Resistance Front Alone

Iranian Supreme Leader's top Adviser for International Affairs Ali Akbar Velayati underlined that Tehran will continue support for the Syrian and Iraqi governments as well as the resistance fronts in Lebanon and Palestine.

Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani underlined that Iran has reached a strong position, power and clout in the region that the western states no more even think of overthrowing the Islamic Republic.

Nov 19 10:45

Dr. Katherine Albrecht Discusses How Cops Are Tracking Truck Drivers Using Their Shopper-Rewards Cards

Dr. Katherine Albrecht discusses the story of how Iowa State Police were given access to customer loyalty cards by retail fuel outlet Pilot FlyingJ. In 2013 we reported on this disgusting company Pilot/Flying J, and how the FBI caught them cheating customers out of untold millions of dollars and then boasting and laughing about it: Their VP was recorded by an FBI informant deriding his naive customers, actually sneering "F---'em early and f---'em often" . The corrupt fuel chain is owned by the family of Tennesse governor Bill Haslam.

Nov 19 10:45

“Generation Mix:” Is All This Talk of “Multiracialism” An Advance?

Artist, activist and creator of the multimedia comic book Hafrocentric Juliana "Jules" Smith and Dr. Rainier Spencer, author of Reproducing Race: The Paradox of Generation Mix discuss their various critiques of popular approaches to "multiracial" identity.

Nov 19 10:43

Water Crisis in Yemen

TEHRAN (FNA)- Over 239 days of Saudi war on Yemen has deteriorated the humanitarian crisis and caused severe shortage of basic needs such as drinking water in the country, besides killing at least 6,938 civilians, including hundreds of women and children. An estimated 21 million people are still in need of immediate humanitarian assistance in Yemen. [PHOTOS]

Nov 19 10:42

ISIL's Top Commanders Evacuating Syria's Raqqa, ISIL Changing Capital

The top leaders and commanders of the ISIL terrorist group were seen by locals and citizens to be escaping from the Syrian city of Raqqa after sustaining heavy casualties in the Russian airstrikes and long-range cruise missile attacks from its Mediterranean fleet.
Homs Town Falling back in Syrian Hands
Homs: Al-Dawa Region Taken Back by Syrian Army
The Syrian army, backed by the Lebanese Hezbollah fighters and the National Defense Forces, recaptured the villages of Umm Zilaylah, Tal Ayyoub and Umm Al-Marra in Aleppo province.

Nov 19 10:37

Whistle-Blower Recounts Retaliation in Sex-for-Repair Scheme

Lucky Crosby goes into details about how the Housing Authority handled the Sex-for Repair Scheme and why he believes he was fired for speaking out.

Nov 19 10:36

China’s Foreign Ministry confirms reports on murder of Chinese citizen by IS terrorists

The Chinese Foreign Ministry has confirmed on Thursday that Chinese national Fan Jinghui had been kidnapped and murdered by militants of the Islamic State. The Chinese Foreign Ministry said in a statement posted on its website: "The Chinese government strongly condemns this inhuman action and will definitely hold the perpetrators accountable." Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei noted that Beijing "had made all-out effort" to rescue the hostage. Islamic State earlier said that it had killed a Norwegian and a Chinese citizen whom it held hostage. Prior to that, terrorists claimed that they were allegedly ready to liberate the captives for a ransom.

Nov 19 10:34

Terror in Paris: What did the Elites Know?

“How can anyone be shocked?” asked the US-based Gatestone Institute, expressing its skepticism at the way the press covered the public mourning among politicians and the official media. The EU politicians “exhibited an irresponsibility and lack of leadership that is almost infantile.” In reality, politicians and the media were, and are, very well informed about the catastrophic security situation in Europe. They just do not report it, because it seems that their real job is to reassure the masses.

Nov 19 10:32

US-jailed Russian pilot’s health deteriorates — Foreign Ministry

"We have not received an answer from the US authorities and Washington up until now to our tough representation made to the US embassy over the inadmissibility of the situation developing around Konstantin Yaroshenko. Unfortunately, his health condition continues deteriorating. Moreover, it continues deteriorating considerably," the Russian Foreign Ministry envoy said. "I wouldn’t like to darken the picture but such concern exists," he added. "The US authorities continue avoiding the fulfillment of the relevant obligations and international law commitments and keep avoiding the provision of adequate medical assistance to Yaroshenko under various pretext," Dolgov said.

Nov 19 10:31

Keiser Report: Earning by Mirage

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss a fictional novel called Stock Options Revisited, in which our economies have run dry and bankers and rentiers have sought to earn by mirage.

Nov 19 10:29

Post-Soviet military bloc to get integral information space — official

The National Defense Control Centre officially went operational on December 1, 2014. It allows for receiving on-line information about the current situation at every single military unit or facility across the nation. The centre’s data processing complex is capable of modelling situations along Russia’s perimeter borders and at any point around the globe. The overall capacity of the centre’s data processing system is thrice that of the US counterpart and exceeds the capacity of the Pentagon’s data base 20 times. The Collective Security Treaty Organization incorporates six countries - Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

Nov 19 10:28

The Global African: How Brazil’s War on Drugs Replicates Failed U.S Policies

In this episode of The Global African, we hear from Dr. Carl Hart, neuroscientist at Columbia University, on how the Brazilian government has implemented repressive drug laws that ultimately repeat the same mistakes made in the U.S.

Nov 19 10:27

The end of Schengen as we know it? Greece, Spain and Italy will be kicked out of the current zone along with some Eastern European countries as free travel is blamed for migrant crisis

Eastern European countries will be kicked out of the Schengen Zone along with Greece, Spain, and Italy under a radical plan to save the European Union passport-free travel area in the wake of the migrant crisis.

Belgium, France, German, Luxembourg and the Netherlands are set to re-draw the boundaries to just include the original members, creating a ‘Mini-Schengen’.

Strict checks could also be introduced at passport control to systematically compare the names of all arrivals against those on counter-terrorism databases – potentially leading to much longer queues.