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    Pipeline Clash In Greece, “Kosovo’s” Crimes, And Kiev Occupies The East

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    We begin our weekly episode by examining the Venezuelan-Guyanese maritime dispute and the overall geopolitics involved, and then switch over to last Friday’s Somalian terrorist attack that most media outlets glossed over.

    Afterwards, we comment on Kiev’s 60,000-strong occupation force in Eastern Ukraine, after which we look at “Kosovo’s” refusal to set up a war crimes court. Finally, the epic battle between the EU’s Eastring Pipeline and Russia’s Turkish Stream is explained as being what’s really behind Greece’s current turmoil.

    Brazil, economic crisis, debt, pipeline, terrorist attack, maritime, Dilma Rousseff, Barack Obama, Kosovo, Greece, Somalia, Ukraine, Guyana, Venezuela
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