Back to top
by GlobalResearch.ca on Wednesday Feb 27 2013

by Anthony Fenton and Dru Oja Jay | Global Research, April 10, 2006

Part I . Canadian officials planned military intervention weeks before Haitian coup

Classified memos obtained by The Dominion...

by Castlegar Source on Thursday Feb 21 2013

Castlegar resident Dean Carter, a retired letter carrier, got his 15 minutes of fame after participating in a rare hockey demonstration in Mexico that drew the attention of the Guadalajara Reporter last week.

The demo ran on Feb. 8 in Chapala. The story ran Feb. 15 (...

by GlobalResearch.ca on Wednesday Feb 13 2013

by ​​​​F. William Engdahl, Global Research,

Part I: Africa’s New Thirty Years’ War?

Mali at first glance seems a most unlikely place for the NATO powers, led by...

by Tony Cartalucci on Friday Jan 25 2013

In 2007, the Wall Street Journal published an article titled, "To Check Syria, U.S. Explores Bond With Muslim Brothers." And even then, it was noted that the Brotherhood held close links with groups the US recognizes and lists as terrorist organizations, including Hamas and Al Qaeda.

The report gives a...

by Wikinews on Wednesday Jan 23 2013

A British woman has been sentenced to death in Indonesia for drug smuggling. Lindsay Sandiford, 56, was found guilty of breaking the tough drug laws in place in Indonesia at the Denpasar district court yesterday, having being found with 10.6 lb of cocaine, worth about £1.6m, in the lining of her suitcase at Bali's main airport in May last year.

Lawyers for Ms Sandiford, who is...

by Wikinews on Thursday Jan 17 2013

Despite earlier cooler weather, heatwave conditions are expected to resume in New South Wales, Australia. Local weather service forecasts expect temperatures to rise above 40°C (104°F), as-experienced earlier in the week.

The percentage of uncontained fires jumped as high as 20%. On Friday, local fire authorities have declared total fire bans across Victoria, New South Wales and the...

by Real News Network on Monday Jan 07 2013

Yves Engler: Harper government at forefront of supporting "killer sanctions" against Iran amidst deepening ties with Israel.

by Contributor on Saturday Jan 05 2013

By: Joaquin Sapien, Propublica

Following the mass shooting in Connecticut, the Obama administration and lawmakers around the country have promised to re-examine gun control in America.

ProPublica decided to take a look at what's happened legislatively in states where some of the worst shootings in recent U.S. history have occurred to see what effect, if...

by Wikinews on Wednesday Dec 26 2012

Black Lotus Communications, which "prevents malicious traffic from reaching" websites, such as a Denial-of-service attack (DDoS), has announced their decision to donate revenue made from the Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) to charity. The company has confirmed their intentions in a statement to Wikinews.

"We have received overwhelming support for donations to be given to various groups...

by Wikinews on Friday Dec 21 2012

Hackers claiming to be associated with the internet activist group Anonymous have attacked the website belonging to the Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) and hacked into the Twitter account belonging to Shirley Phelps-Roper, the Church's spokeswoman. The attacks are part of an operation dubbed '#OpWestBor' on Twitter and is in response to the Church's decision to picket funerals of victims of the...

Pages

Subscribe to International