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21 April 2015
Asia & Pacific
Brave New World
Connecting The Pieces
02:44 21 April 2015 / updated: 06:27
Nuke Deal Fallout: Iran Becomes Major Battleground for Arms Deals
US Authorities Do Their Best to Secure Boston Marathon - Citizens
Russia's Skolkovo Foundation, China’s Cybernaut Set Up $200Mln Venture Fund
Gazprom Should Opt for European Commission Antitrust Case - Scholar
Devastating 245-Acre Wildfires Continue to Flame in Siberia
Russian Archeologists Unearth 'White Walls' of Ancient Memphis
China-Russia Cooperation is Changing World Order – Chinese Media
Chemical Weapons Used by Saudi Arabia in Yemen Kill Scores of Civilians
Radioactive WWII Aircraft Carrier Found off California Coast
World Oil Price Reaches Minimum - Lukoil President
The world price of oil has hit a low end, Lukoil President Vagit Alekperov told journalists on the sidelines of the IHS CERAWeek on Monday.
Group Raises Awareness for Elbe Day Through 1,500 Mile Road Rally
A weeklong road rally to raise awareness of Elbe Day has kicked off in the US state of Florida and is on the way to Washington DC, according to organizers.
Military & Intelligence
US, Germany Discuss Cooperation on NATO Reassurance Measures - Pentagon
US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter met at the Pentagon with German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen to discuss NATO’s collective defense measures and the two countries’ cooperation in Iraq and Afghanistan, the US Department of Defense said in a statement.
Images From Ferguson Receive Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography
St. Louis Post-Dispatch photographers were awarded with the Pulitzer Prize for images of Ferguson's protests.
Beyond Biometrics: Will We Soon Store Our Passwords Inside Our Bodies?
PayPal wants to get rid of all your passwords, and replace them with any of a variety of high-tech alternatives that go way beyond biometrics like fingerprints, to sensors implanted in your brain or gizmos that live in your stomach.
Feds Spend Nearly Half a Million Dollars to Study 'Gay Sex' Satisfaction
The US federal government isn’t exactly known for spending wisely. The Pentagon, after all, has spent $400 billion on a fighter jet that doesn’t work. But in the latest example, the US has also spent nearly half a million dollars closely examining the “penetrative same-sex sexual experiences” of young men.
Entire Western Media is a Troll Army
Extraordinary Double Standard: West Silent Over Murders of Kiev's Opponents
NATO’s Next Step: Regional Blocs and the New Iron Curtain
Who is America's Worst Enemy?
Sydney Police Arrest 420 Activist
Siberians in Bikinis Hit the Slopes, Set World Record
Triking Down the World's Steepest Street With No Brakes
Beware of Geese!
I'm Not Mean! A Six-Year-Old Battles the Meaning of Meaning
WikiLeaks Release of Stolen Sony Data
The 2015 Victory Day Celebrations in Moscow
China's World Bank: Opportunity or Threat?
Violence Erupts as Islamic State Rises
Gulf States Launch Military Operation in Yemen
Atlantic Resolve: NATO at Russia's Gates
After Minsk: Will Peace Come to Ukraine?
Greece's Gordian Knot: Syriza Tackles Austerity
Anti-Islamization Protests in Europe
Hillary Clinton: UpHillary Battle
The former First lady and an icon of the Democratic Party announced she will run for presidency, raising speculations about what her leadership can bring to the nation and the world.
18 April 2015
The Asian Aggression Agreement, Russia’s S-300/400 Sales, and Che’s Disgust
The show starts off talking about Hillary’s hilarious attempts to appear ‘cool’ and ‘hip’, followed by the forgotten War on Mali that’s been heating up again over the past year.
17 April 2015
Russia: Unfreezing Ties With Iran
Russia’s decision to lift the ban on the sales of its S-300 missiles to Iran evoked an outcry among Tehran’s arch-foes, while Moscow argued the move poses no threat to global security.
18 April 2015
Mankind’s Fears Then and Now
As mankind evolved through the centuries, so have man’s fears and phobias. What did people fear back in the Middle Ages, and what are we afraid of today? Can our fears be a roadblock to achieving success?
17 April 2015
Art and Form: Women's Gymnastics Championship
Beauty is Power: Miss Russia 2015 Pageant
Where Magic Meets Reality: History of Circus
First Year of the Military Operation in Southeastern Ukraine
Breach Of Contract?
Fruits Of Their Labor
Analysis & Opinion
European Commission Antitrust Case Against Gazprom Unmotivated by Politics
The European Commission’s antitrust case against Russia’s gas giant Gazprom is fundamentally an issue of European law, not politics, experts told Sputnik.
New Finnish Gov't Unlikely to Introduce Changes in NATO Policy - Experts
Finland’s newly elected leadership is unlikely to change the country’s relations with NATO, experts interviewed by Sputnik said Monday.
Cyberattacks on Pentagon Supply Chain Difficult to Counter
The US Department of Defense’s supply chain, running from defense contractors to their subcontractors, is particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks, cybersecurity experts told Sputnik.
Ukraine Crisis Kills Dream of Russian-German Alliance - MacDonald
The dream of united Europe "from Dublin to Vladivostok," voiced by Jean-Francois Thiriart in 1960s, has been finally crushed by Ukraine's crisis, Bryan MacDonald noted.
Eyes Wide Shut: Poroshenko Hides Head in Sand, Ignores Domestic Problems
Name-calling and finger-pointing is not the best option for President Petro Poroshenko to resolve Ukraine's domestic crisis: instead of putting the blame on others, Kiev should focus on its own internal problems, Raymond Sontag noted.
Enter the Dragon and the Bear: US Faces Its Ultimate Nightmare – Eric Kraus
By simultaneously attacking Russia and seeking to contain China, the United States has driven an alliance between the two – which should be Washington's ultimate nightmare, Eric Kraus, an expert on Asian and Russian investments, told Sputnik.