Concealing Parts of Data on MH17 Crash Lawful – Dutch Ministry of Security


MH17 Crash Investigation The Dutch law allows exemptions to government documents linked to the MH17 crash in eastern Ukraine, when it is required by security or for privacy reasons, the deputy head of press briefings and policy presentations at the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice told Sputnik on Friday.  MOSCOW (Sputnik), Anastasia Levchenko — On […]

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Iceland Considers Stripping Power to Create Currency From Banks


Written by  Alex Newman Still reeling from the economic catastrophe that struck in 2008, Iceland and its Parliament are debating a plan that would dramatically restructure the tiny nation’s monetary system by stripping commercial banks of the legal ability to create currency out of thin air — and handing that power exclusively to politicians and […]

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Palestinians seek UN timetable to end Israeli occupation


The Palestinian ambassador to the UN has voiced the Palestinians’ willingness to see the adoption of a UN Security Council resolution for ending the Israeli regime’s occupation and establishing a Palestinian state. Riyad Mansour on Monday expressed hope to see the 15-member council’s “political will” over the adoption and implementation of a resolution. He added […]

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Re-opening the Investigation: CIA Black Sites, “Rendition” and Washington’s Allies


By Binoy Kampmark Global Research, April 07, 2015 They certainly sought to please in those initial dark days when a position at the NATO table was at stake.  This was something of a new world order – the attacks after September 11, 2001 did certainly allow Washington to make that spurious case.  The stakes were high, […]

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