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Certain US embassies are large military-intelligence centres

American marines in Armenia…

fondsk.ru (October 21) – The embassy of any country in a foreign state works within the powers of defined bi- and multi- lateral interstate agreements, which includes, first of all, the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. In particular, it clearly regulates the number of employees of embassies, especially those who are given diplomatic privileges and immunities. The total number of employees, as a rule, directly depends on the level of relations between states, the scale of the host country, etc. And the areas of ambassadorial premises are usually directly depend on the number of employees. Continue reading

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213th Anniversary of the Haitian Revolution

Haitian people step up their heroic resistance

Monument in Cap Haitien dedicated to those who fought in the Battle of Vertières in November 1803, the decisive conflict of the Haitian revolution.

 

January 1, 2017 marked the 213th anniversary of the Haitian Revolution. Beginning in 1791, the organized resistance of the enslaved peoples of the French colony of Saint-Domingue took hold and eventually overthrew both slavery and colonial rule. The revolutionaries led by Toussaint L’Ouverture and Jean-Jacques Dessalines fought off successive European powers — the French, Spanish and British — to proudly establish their independent republic, Haiti, in 1804. Continue reading

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Russia confronts disinformation about air strikes in Syria

The Russian Defense Ministry has urged NATO and Saudi Arabia to explain accusations that Russian airstrikes allegedly targeted hospitals in Syria, Russian Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov said on October 27. Continue reading

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Imperialist geography: Ussians invent new countries and teaches them to live right

By ELENA KOSOLAPOVA

Kyrgyzstan, officially the Kyrgyz Republic, formerly known as Kirghizia, is a country located in Central Asia. For 12 years, the country was unique in the world in hosting both US and Russian military bases. But in 2014, the US closed its air base - established in 2001 to support operations in Afghanistan. President Almazbek Atambayev had refused to renew the lease. The US then began to complain about its lack of democracy.

Kyrgyzstan, officially the Kyrgyz Republic, formerly known as Kirghizia, is a country located in Central Asia. For 12 years, the country was unique in the world in hosting both US and Russian military bases. But in 2014, the US closed its air base – established in 2001 to support operations in Afghanistan. President Almazbek Atambayev had refused to renew the lease. The US then began to complain about its lack of democracy.

Baku, Azerbaijan (Jan. 9) – One of the US leading newspapers, The New York Times, has recently published an article mentioning a Central Asian country called “Kyrbekistan.”

Later, the newspaper’s editorial staff apologized for the error, explaining that the matter rested in Kyrgyzstan.

Of course, everybody can make typos, even journalists of such an authoritative newspaper as The New York Times. Continue reading

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The US ‘journalist’ as ‘tourist’

spyThe U.S. State Department is continuing its influence program against the Russian government. It finances “workshops” in Russia to eventually prepare for a “colour revolution” there. It hires academic trainers from U.S. universities to work on various parts of the plans. One of those parts is the recruitment and influencing of Russian journalists. When the State Department sends those trainers to Russia it tells them to falsely claim to be “tourists.” The Russians found out about practice and told those “trainers” to stop such nonsense. Continue reading

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Case of missing youth used to undermine Palestinian unity government

Left to right: Eyal Yifrah, Gilad Shaer, Naftali Frankel

Left to right: Eyal Yifrah, Gilad Shaer, Naftali Frankel

We are posting below excerpts from a June 16 item by Ramzy Baroud published in the Palestine Chronicle. Although written before the Zionists’ disinformation about the three missing Israeli youth came to light, the item outlines attempts of the Netanyahu government’s to manipulate the situation for self-serving reasons to undermine the unity of the Palestinian people, specifically the newly formed unity government between Hamas and Fatah. Continue reading

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Beating of US teen underscores Zionists’ crimes against the youth

Relatives carry the body of a boy killed in an Israeli air strike on Gaza on July 9, 2014. | UPI - Ashraf Amra

Relatives carry the body of a boy killed in an Israeli air strike on Gaza on July 9, 2014. | UPI – Ashraf Amra

The Gaza health ministry has confirmed the deaths of 88 Palestinians so far and over 500 injured  in the besieged strip since Israel began its relentless assault early Tuesday. Among those killed, at least 21 were aged 16 or younger. The youngest victim, 18-month-old Mohammed Malakiyeh, was killed along with his 27-year-old mother. 

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U.S.-born Palestinian-American Tariq Abu Khdeir, 15

FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD U.S.-born Palestinian-American Tariq Abu Khdeir was brutally beaten by masked Israeli police on the evening of July 3 in the Shuafat neighbourhood of occupied East Jerusalem. His 16-year-old cousin, Mohammed Abu Khdeir, was lynched by Zionist extremists the day before in that area. Israeli authorities claim Tariq was arrested for participating in a demonstration against the killing of Mohammed. Video of the attack shows Tariq being brutally beaten into unconsciousness. Continue reading

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Ukraine: Crimea declares its independence and proclaims a sovereign state

Crimean people celebrate being accepted as part of the Russian Federation in Simferopol, the Republic of Crimea, March 18, 2014. Russian President Vladimir Putin and leaders of Crimea signed a treaty on Tuesday accepting the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol as part of Russian territory | Xinhua

Crimean people celebrate being accepted as part of the Russian Federation in Simferopol, the Republic of Crimea, March 18, 2014. Russian President Vladimir Putin and leaders of Crimea signed a treaty on Tuesday accepting the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol as part of Russian territory | Xinhua

TML Daily – IN A referendum held on Sunday, March 16, citizens of Crimea voted to secede from Ukraine and join the Russian Federation.

Despite western media hysteria that the non-Russian population of the Crimea – Crimean tartars and Ukrainian nationals, which constitute 41.7 per cent of the Crimean population – would either not vote or be bullied under military occupation, the election was said to be conducted with due respect for the expectations of a free election. Reports say that 83.1 per cent of eligible Crimean voters cast their ballot in the March 16th referendum. The final tally of the vote was 96.77 per cent in favour of joining the Russian Federation, and 2.51 per cent against. (According to official data, Russians constitute 58.32 per cent of the population of Crimea, 24.32 per cent are Ukrainians and 12.10 per cent are Crimean Tatars). Continue reading

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Reporters Without Borders unmasked: Its well-financed private arrangement with Otto Reich to destroy Cuba’s economy

By DIANA BARAHONA*, Council on Hemispheric Affairs

  • Media-CulpaRobert Ménard, founder of Reporters Without Borders (RSF), is out to bring down Castro rather than protect journalists.
  • Tens of thousands of U.S. taxpayer dollars go to finance an organization that critically misuses its calculated similarity to the name of a highly regarded group, Doctors without Borders (MSF).
  • Rather than a bona fide NGO, RSF is an extremist anti-Castro shock brigade.
  • Ménard is a propagandist extraordinaire and committed zealot on taxpayer funds.
  • Saatchi and Saatchi teams up with Bacardi in an attempt to trash the Cuba tourist industry.
  • Vivendi Universal provides hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of in-kind resources to Ménard.
  • Concern about journalists is an afterthought.

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