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01 March 2015
Asia & Pacific
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Brave New World
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From Moscow with Love
13:50 01 March 2015 / updated: 15:07
WATCH LIVE: Funeral March in Memory of Boris Nemtsov in Moscow
Murder of Russian Politician Boris Nemtsov
Google, Other Internet Giants Could Come to Iran But on Certain Conditions
Anti-Charlie Hebdo Protest Gathers Thousands in Israel - Reports
Kiev to Complete First Stage of Heavy Weaponry Withdrawal Sunday
Latvian Torturer Arrested in Scotland
Russian Politician Boris Nemtsov Killed in Moscow
Who Mr. Nemtsov Was and Why He Was Killed
Scientists Baffled by Mysterious Light on Distant Planet
Russia Signs Military Deal With EU Member State
Boris Nemtsov’s Murder Caught on CCTV Camera (VIDEO)
As fresh evidence of Friday night’s assassination of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov keeps cropping up, Moscow’s TVC channel showed footage of the murder caught on an all-weather camera. The low-resolution video hints that the killer may have been waiting for Nemtsov on the Bolshoi Moskvoretsky Bridge just outside the Kremlin.
Military & Intelligence
Russia’s SMF Ready to Repel a ‘Lightning-Speed’ Nuclear Strike
Russian Strategic Missile Forces will parry all nuclear attacks and punish the enemy with a devastating retaliatory strike.
E Ukraine's Breakaway Republics Complete Heavy Weaponry Withdrawal
The withdrawal of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic's heavy arms was completed in the presence of OSCE monitors, a DPR official says. The LPR has also fulfilled the pullout and has provided the OSCE mission with all necessary information, according to the republic's prime minister.
Restive Kamchatka Volcano Spews Ash Disrupting Alaska Air Travel
One of three volcanoes, currently erupting in Russia's Kamchatka, produced a huge ash cloud that grounded flights in Alaska over the weekend.
Facebook Becomes New Deadly Weapon of Terrorists – Anti-ISIL Activists
Islamic State is pretty savvy when it comes to the Internet and social media - the terrorists create fake pages and groups on Facebook that help them to find out and expose people who oppose their ideology.
Maduro Claims Venezuela Detained US Citizens for Espionage
Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro announced that several US citizens, including a pilot, were arrested on suspicion of espionage.
Libya and Syria: Two Wars Against ISIL, Two Different Western Reactions
American Sniper vs. Baghdad Sniper
President Poroshenko Betrayed Ukrainian Army in Debaltseve
Ukrainian Soccer Legends Receive Call to Arms – Against Their Will
Your Royal Nudity: Naked Man Escapes From Buckingham Palace by Bedsheets
Amazing Indian Spider-Man Summits Heights in a Wink
Cute Hamster Looks a Little Confused
Two Cute Dogs Have Fun Playing With Their Owner
Vladivostok Circus Takes Care of Two-Week Old Asian Black Bear Cub
Murder of Russian Politician Boris Nemtsov
After Minsk: Will Peace Come to Ukraine?
Will Gold Beat Dollar for Number One?
Terrorism Threat in Europe
Greece's Gordian Knot: Syriza Tackles Austerity
Anti-Islamization Protests in Europe
Violence Erupts as Islamic State Rises
Boko Haram Violence in Central Africa
Houthi Rebels Shake Yemen
British Teens and Jihadi John: One Way Ticket to Jihad
A scandal, which evoked memories of a British national, the Islamist cut-throat “Jihadi John”, sparked a new debate about what has gone wrong with the UK, which is rapidly turning into a nursery of Islamic terrorism, and what should be done to prevent the spread of jihadists ideas.
28 February 2015
Should Public Schools Have a Mini-Jail for Bad Students?
In many states throughout the U.S., teachers and school administers will lock students in small spaces called “scream rooms” to discipline them for misbehaving during the school day. Students of all ages can be placed there for hours at a time. Schools also use “restraint” techniques, which means strapping a child into a chair.
20 February 2015
How Destructive is War for the Environment?
Warfare almost always results in environmental degradation. How serious is this problem? And is this something that the general public should in general be more aware of?
20 February 2015
The Americans, CNN and Vaccinations
This week on FMWL we look at some notorious stereotypes Americans have regarding Russia, we welcome back CNN International and discuss mandatory vaccination.
27 February 2015
This Week in Pictures
Newborn Asian Black Bear Cub Abandoned at Circus Doorsteps
Lipstick and Kalashnikovs: Women in the Russian Armed Services
Too Ambitious to be True? Iran Plans to Send Humans to Space by 2016
Night Hunter and Terminator Helicopters Hit Targets During Russian Air Force Drills
Lavrov on the Normandy Four Decision: This is Exactly What Russia's President Proposed
Analysis & Opinion
UAE is a Backdoor for US-NATO Weaponry Supplies to Kiev - Experts
The UAE-Ukrainian military deal is just a backdoor for the United States and NATO to supply weaponry to Kiev's regime, indulging its "warmongering," experts claim.
Nemtsov's Murder May Be Used to Fuel Western Hostility Against Russia
Murder of Russian politician Nemtsov may be used for attempts to increase Western hostility against Russia and even to motivate further serious sanctions, experts claim.
US Military Aid to Add Fuel to the Fire of Ukrainian Crisis – US Experts
American political analysts rejected the idea that the United States should provide Kiev with defensive weaponry, a survey found.
Russia Invites China to Explore Arctic, Siberian Oil and Gas Fields
Russia is strengthening its energy ties with China, involving it in high-profitable gas and oil exploration projects.
Has Saudi Arabia Won in the Oil Price War Yet?
In America, the amount of active oil rigs is falling dramatically, while the crude price has stabilized, suggesting a collapse in shale oil industry, similar to the ‘oil bust’ of 1986, is near. But then, why is oil production in the US is beating new records?
Does the House of Windsor Have Right to British Throne?
The history of Queen Elizabeth II's family is shrouded in mystery: citing the results of DNA tests as well as hereditary genetic disease, experts suggest that the House of Windsor has no rights to the British throne.