Saudi Daily: ‘Satanic’ Bill Allowing Kingdom to be Sued For 9/11 Will ‘Open Gates Of Hell’ For U.S.
The Saudi press slammed the US for its “despicable” double, claiming that the move would enable all countries that have been wronged by the U.S. to sue it for war crimes
Trump invests in the same companies he bashes
Upon review of his Personal Financial Disclosure, it turns out that presumed Republican nominee has invested and profited from multiple companies he’s slammed on the trail
Interview: A history of russophobia – as seen by Hannes Hofbauer
Austrian author Hannes Hofbauer specializes in deconstruction of Western „demonization“ narratives. Following his books on the Yugoslav wars, his focus has turned to the economic and geopolitical roots of today’s „Russia-bashing“ in the West
Ukrainian politically-charged ballad wins Eurovision contest
Ukrainian singer Jamala has won the 2016 Eurovision song contest with a controversial piece about Stalin’s deportation of Crimean Tatars
Russia Denies Doping at Sochi Olympics
Russia rejected claims that it had operated a state-sponsored doping program at the Winter Olympics in Sochi in 2014, calling the allegations raised by a former lab chief “groundless”
State Department says it can’t find emails from Clinton IT specialist
Officials have reported that they could not find any emails to or from Hillary Clinton's former IT specialist, who managed her private email server during her tenure as secretary of state
TTIP leak: Scandalous or business as usual?
Documents shed unprecedented light on controversial agreement, which includes provisions to allow US companies to help change European law and weaken consumer protections
How ISIS Smuggles Terrorists Among Syrian Refugees
In the Paris attacks, only four of the 198 refugees who arrived on Leros on a certain day were terrorists. That is just 2 percent, but that 2 percent killed 130 people
Donald Trump goes full-on general election mode, even opposing North Carolina’s ‘bathroom bill’
Donald Trump is campaigning as a general election candidate at this point, trying to please all and everyone
Obama, Libya and all the presidents’ regrets
It is not often a president says they got something wrong but at the weekend Barack Obama did just that. A selection of famous U.S. Presidents’ mistakes and their admissions.
Sanders’ Vatican invitation sparks accusation of `discourtesy’
The expected trip quickly spurred an international dust-up amid confusion about how he got invited and whether he would meet Pope Francis
British PM David Cameron on Panamanian trust: Nothing to hide
David Cameron and his wife, Samantha, profited from shares they had in a Panamanian-based trust set up by his late father