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​US seeks to overthrow political leadership in Russia – Foreign Ministry

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov. By imposing sanctions on Moscow, the US aims to change the political leadership, says the Russian Foreign Ministry, adding that Washington is “twisting the arms” of its allies so that they can continue an “anti-Russian front.” “Behind the formally-declared aim to make us alter our position towards Ukraine, [we] see the [US] plan to form social and economic conditions to change leadership in Russia,” said Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov.

NASA Pluto probe wakes up after 9-year slumber in space

This artist’s concept obtained December 1, 2014 courtesy of NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute (JHUAPL/SwRI), shows the New Horizons spacecraft as it approaches Pluto and its three moons in summer 2015.

Fattest man in the world, Keith Martin, dead at 44

Keith Martin, who underwent a gastric belt operation prior to his death. Kieth Martin, the world’s fattest man, has died from pneumonia at the age of 44 in London after a lengthy battle with obesity.

Factory Farm Whistleblower Unveils Disturbing Video

Does ‘sustainable’ farming really mean what you think it does? We’ve all seen the concerning images and videos depicting abused and sickly animals set for sale for the lowest possible price point, but very few have seen inside of a major ‘sustainable’ factory farm that even the USDA says passes its standard of care.

Fresh fighting claims 5 lives in east Ukraine

Renewed fighting between government troops and pro-Russia forces in the violence-scarred eastern regions of Ukraine has left a total of five civilians dead.

EU will have to transport Russian gas from Turkey on its own

With the end of the South Stream project, Russia will have to adapt to a new market where it will not provide gas delivery to end users, Aleksey Miller, the head of Gazprom said in an interview confirming South Stream will not be resumed.

GCHQ spying “doesn’t breach human rights” – UK tribunal

Surveillance conducted by British intelligence agency GCHQ does not contravene human rights, a tribunal has heard, despite warnings from civil and internet liberties activists.

Obesity may cut life expectancy by 8 years

A new study shows obesity could shorten life expectancy by up to eight years. A recent study shows that obesity can reduce up to eight years of life expectancy and deprive people of as much as 19 years of good health.

Bankster Lobbyists Try to Sneak Derivatives Bailout in Budget Legislation

More evidence Congress is a subsidiary of Wall Street and the banks. On Friday Michael Krieger, the editor of Liberty Blitzkrieg, wrote about a behind the scenes effort by banksters to include a provision in government funding legislation that would make the Federal Deposit Corporation responsible for financial derivatives losses.

Russia warns France over Mistral-class warship delivery

Russia has warned France its failure to act on a bilateral contract to deliver a warship ordered by Moscow poses risk to Paris’ reputation.

National independence under attack – Hungary’s PM answers McCain’s remarks

Hungary’s national sovereignty had come under US attack said the country’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban after Senator John McCain earlier criticized Budapest’s relations with Moscow and called the top official a “neo-fascist dictator.” “Hungary’s national independence is under attack here,” said Orban speaking on state Kossuth Radio on Friday.

New law lets EU states ban Monsanto GM crops

The European Union has approved a law that will enable the bloc’s 28 member states to restrict the cultivation of genetically modified crops, even if the EU has declared them as safe.

Australia tightens immigration policies amid criticism

A handcuffed Christmas Island detainee being led to a plane bound for Sydney and the Silverwater detention center.

Reckless US Congress ‘Declares War’ on Russia

Today the US House passed what I consider to be one of the worst pieces of legislation ever. H. Res. 758 was billed as a resolution “strongly condemning the actions of the Russian Federation, under President Vladimir Putin, which has carried out a policy of aggression against neighboring countries aimed at political and economic domination.” In fact, the bill was 16 pages of war propaganda that should have made even neocons blush, if they were capable of such a thing.

Hungary summons US envoy over McCain’s insults

Hungary has summoned the United States top diplomat in Budapest after Republican Senator John McCain described the country’s prime minster as a “neo-fascist dictator.” Speaking in the US Senate on Tuesday, the Republican senator criticized Hungary’s premier Viktor Orban for pro-Russian stances.

Satanic Temple wins right to erect ‘fallen angel’ display in Florida on Holidays

The Satanic Temple is claiming a religious freedom victory after winning the right to erect a fallen angel holiday display in Miami.

Argentina state workers protest against low pay

Argentinean state workers have gathered in the capital, Buenos Aires, in protest against low pay, Press TV reports.

MTV Show “Growing Up Greek” Slanders Greek-Americans

A brand new television show that will be premiering on MTV titled “Growing Up Greek” has sparked outrage and protest within the Greek-American community.

17 States Sue Obama Over “Unconstitutional” Executive Order On Immigration

According to AP, Texas is leading a 17-state coalition in suing over the Obama administration’s recently announced executive actions on immigration.

Russia bans meat imports from US and EU due to harmful residues

American poultry producers exported 267,000 metric tons of chicken valued at USD 303 million to Russia in 2013.