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04 March 2015
Asia & Pacific
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Brave New World
Connecting The Pieces
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21:00 04 March 2015 / updated: 21:42
Despite Transparency Pledge, White House-Press Relations at All Time Low
Obama Signs US Department of Homeland Security Funding Bill
US Senate Fails to Override Obama Veto on Keystone XL Pipeline
US Expands Russian-Aimed Propaganda Budget by More Than 100%
Moscow Court Authorizes Arrest of Sakhalin Governor on Suspicion of Bribery
US to Deploy Six National Guard Companies to Ukraine This Week
Texas Town Sees 61% Drop in Crime After Kicking Out Cops
Some of the CCTV Cameras at Nemtsov Murder Site Were Shut Off – Media
Obama Threatened to Shoot Down Israeli Attack Jets - Report
US Commander in Europe Panics, Goes on Bizarre Anti-Putin Rant
Generals always prepare for the last war, but in the case of Lt. Gen. Hodges, the war may have never really happened. However, that's no reason to stop fighting.
Ferguson Cop Darren Wilson Will Not Face Charges in Michael Brown Killing
The US Justice Department announced Wednesday it is clearing a former Ferguson, Missouri police officer of civil rights violations in the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager last August.
Death Toll in Donetsk Mine Rises to 17
The number of miners killed in a methane explosion at the Zasyadko mine in Donetsk has risen to 16 people, according to the regional administration.
Military & Intelligence
Russian Military Unveils Revolutionary Electronic Warfare System
Russia's new Richag-AV radar and sonar jamming system can be mounted on helicopters, ships and other military equipment to jam potential adversaries' weapons systems from distances of several hundred kilometers away; it has been hailed by developers as having no analogue anywhere in the world.
Asia & Pacific
N. Korea Warns US About Nuclear Strike in Response to 'Provocative' Drills
Never-mincing words, North Korea is out with a new warning, saying it would use a pre-emptive strike if necessary to stop “an ever-increasing nuclear threat” by the United States.
Marine Le Pen Urges France to Come Out of America's Shadow
Leader of French National Front wants France to escape US influence and join forces with Russia to combat Islamic fundamentalism.
The Real Story on Iran, US, Russia and China
The Ukraine Problem: Another Cold War?
The Spanish Press on 'Freedom Fighters': Tough on 'Pro-Russian Gangs,' Soft on Anti-Assad Jihadists
Yemen: United in Problems, Divided Against Saud
Turkish Airlines Crash Landing in Nepal
Cute Skiing Dog Enjoys the Ride
Epic Parkour Hero Shows Off His Moves
First Rule of Motorbike Club: Learn How to Use Your Brakes
Fly Over of Beautiful Norwegian Islands
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
Pedal to the Metal: Geneva International Motor Show 2015
Flashback: Vietnam War 50 Years Later
Lipstick and Kalashnikovs: Women in the Russian Armed Services
The Mistral-Class Helicopter Carrier
Netanyahu’s One-Track Mind
How To Lose Friends And Alienate People
Analysis & Opinion
Like Every Nation Russia Has the Right to Defend Its National Interests – Stephen Kinzer
The Russian President is acting rationally by confronting US efforts to create a Western foothold in Ukraine, since no country would tolerate the emergence of potential rivals on its borders, US journalist and academic Stephen Kinzer says.
Hungary Ahead of Eastern Europe States for Turkish Stream Implementation
Hungary has left behind other Eastern Europe states, pledging its support to the Turkish Stream project launched by Russia.
China and Russia to Jointly Commemorate WWII, Protect History From Attempts to Rewrite It
China and Russia promote their own view on the Second World War, destroying myths, created by the West.
Estonia's Election: Pro-NATO Ruling Party Faces Strong Pro-Russian Opposition
Estonia's general election is a head-to-head contest between the ruling center-right Reform Party and the pro-Russian Center Party, experts claim.
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.